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IDOL OF NANDI IN LEPAKI, ANDHRA PRADESH

ANDHRA PRADESH
THE RICE GRANARY OF INDIA

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Table of Content

Executive Summary…….………….…..…….3

Re-organisation Act, 2014..………….…......4

Introduction..………………………...………..6

Economic Snapshot..…………………..…..11

Physical Infrastructure..………...............…17

Social Infrastructure...................................25

Industrial Infrastructure..............................28

Key Sectors..…..........................................31

Key Procedures & Policies...…….........…..37

Annexure...…….……….........................….48
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 Andhra Pradesh accounts for a major share in the overall exports of seafood products from India, in value
Largest exporter of marine terms.
products  Andhra Pradesh ranks first in prawn and fish production in the country and fourth in production of marine
fisheries.

 Various pharmaceutical companies have set up their manufacturing hubs in Visakhapatnam and Srikakulam
districts. The state provides ample growth opportunities due to availability of ports along with large parcels of
Growth of pharmaceutical land for expansion, etc.
industry  Out of the 19 operational SEZs in Andhra Pradesh, four are pharmaceutical SEZs, as of March 2018.
Exports of pharmaceuticals* from the state stood at US$ 1.41 billion in FY18 and reached US$ 752.35 million
in FY19 (up to September 2018).

 A National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) is under works in Prakasam district. It is going to be
Largest exporter of marine
set up over an area of 14,231 acres and will help in generating 500,000 jobs over the next 10 years. As per
products latest available data, land acquisition for the project has already been started.

 Tourist arrivals in Andhra Pradesh increased around 13.98 per cent to 165.43 million in 2017^.
Tourist Destination  Under Budget 2018-19, the Government of Andhra Pradesh announced an allocation of Rs 290 crore (US$
44.79 million) for the development of tourism and culture in the state.

Note: P – Provisional, *includes drug formulations, biologicals, bulk drugs and drug intermediates, ^ - Estimated figures of Andhra Pradesh for the year 2017 using all-India growth rate
Source: The Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA), Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, State Budget, AP State Portal, Andhra Pradesh Tourism, DGCIS Analytics

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REORGANISATION ACT, 2014 … (1/2)

Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014 or the Telangana Act is a parliamentary declaration of the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh state into 2
states, Telangana & residuary Andhra Pradesh. The act consisted of the aspects of division of assets and liabilities, the boundaries of the proposed
new states & status of the capital city Hyderabad after the separation of the state. As per the Ministry of Law & Justice, this act may be called the
Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation (Amendment) Act, 2015. After the amendment of this act, number size of members will increase to 58 from 50.

Common capital and  Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation area of Hyderabad would be the common capital for the states for a period not
Governor more than 10 years. However, the new capital city would be Amaravati. Both states to have a common Governor.

 Central Government to provide assistance to raise additional forces.


Police forces
 New training centre for Seemandhra would be established.

 High Court at Hyderabad would be a common High Court till a separate High Court is established for Seemandhra.
High Court
 The expenditure is to be allocated on the basis of population ratio.

 Central Government to make appropriate grants, provide adequate benefits & incentives in the form of a special
Special development development package for Seemandhra.
package
 This will ensure expansion of physical & social infrastructure.

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REORGANISATION ACT, 2014 … (2/2)

 For central government employees, an advisory committee would be appointed to draw up guidelines and take up the
Services of allocation exercise.

Employees  For state government employees, district, zonal & multi-zonal cadres falling in one of the successor states are deemed to be
allotted to that state; else employees would be allocated based on options.

 2 separate boards would be created by the central government for Krishna & Godavari Rivers to look after administration,
Water Resources regulation, maintenance & operation of notified projects.

 Existing PPAs would continue; units of APGENCO and assets of APTRANSCO would be divided based on location.
Energy
 Central power would be allotted on actual energy consumption trend.

 The Government of India shall take steps to establish institutions of national importance in the newly formed state.

 The Government of India shall establish an AIIMS-type super-specialty hospital-cum-teaching institution.


Higher Education
 Admissions in higher, technical & medical education would be common for 10 years.

 Quotas under article 371-D would also continue.

 Central Government to provide financial support for creation of a new capital.

 An expert committee to be constituted by the central government to study various alternatives & make a recommendation
within 6 months. However, the new capital city would be Amaravati.
New Capital  The World Bank, Housing & Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO) & Andhra Bank, sanctioned US$2.61 billion for the
construction of capital city of Amaravati.

 The state government is planning to build a new world class capital city, Amaravati, on a 217 sq km open area in Guntur
district. The city is being designed with 10% water bodies and 51% green spaces, along with several iconic buildings.

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ANDHRA PRADESH

INTRODUCTION
ANDHRA PRADESH FACT FILE

 Most commonly spoken language is Telugu. Urdu, Hindi, Tamil,


Kannada & Oriya are the other languages used.

 Out of various districts in the state, Krishna district has the highest
population density at 518 persons per sq. km.

Parameters Andhra Pradesh


1
Capital Hyderabad , Amaravati
Geographical area (sq km) 162,970
Administrative districts (No) 13
Source: Maps of India Population density (persons per sq km) 304
Total population (million) 49.58

 Andhra Pradesh is located in the southern peninsula of India & has a Male population (million) 24.83
coast line of 974 km. It is considered to be among the top 10 largest Female population (million) 24.75
states in the country.
Sex ratio (females per 1,000 males) 997
 The state of Andhra Pradesh is bound by Chhattisgarh on the north,
Literacy rate (per cent) 67.4
Odisha on the northeast, Telangana & Karnataka on the west, Tamil
Nadu on the south & the Bay of Bengal on the east.

 Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Tirupati, Rajahmundry, Guntur,


Kakinada, Ongole, Nellore & Kurnool are some of the key cities in
the state.

Source: Andhra Pradesh State Portal, Andhra Pradesh Socio-Economic Survey 2016-17, 1For ten years

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ADVANTAGE

High economic growth Long coastline

 GSDP at current prices expanded at a compound  A 974-km long coastline provides numerous
annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.33* per cent between opportunities for the state to develop a number of
2011-12 and 2017-18 to Rs 8.03 trillion (US$ 124.59 ports.
billion).
 The Visakhapatnam port ranks fourth in terms of
 During 2017-18AE, the Gross Value Added by the port traffic. During 2017-18, the traffic handled at
industrial sector, at current prices, was recorded to be the port was 63.537 million tonnes.
US$ 25.21 billion.

Advantage
Andhra
Pradesh
Adequate power Growth in Exports
generation capacity
 The state recorded exports of US$ 6.30 billion
during FY19 (between April-September 2018).
 Most of the coal-based power plants are located
in the coastal regions due to their connectivity to  Andhra Pradesh primarily exports drugs,
the ports. pharmaceuticals and allied chemicals and
plastics, agriculture and agro-based products,
 The Government of Andhra Pradesh delivers
engineering products, mineral products,
24X7 reliable and quality power across the
handicrafts and carpets, textiles, leather, animal
industrial commercial and domestic sectors of the
and marine products.
state.

Note: GSDP: Gross State Domestic Product, * In Rs terms, AE – Advance Estimates


Source: Central Electricity Authority, Directorate of Economics & Statistics of Andhra Pradesh, Central Statistics Office, Andhra Pradesh State Portal, Indian Port Association,

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ANDHRA PRADESH IN FIGURES

Andhra Pradesh’s Contribution to Indian Economy (2017-18) Physical Infrastructure in Andhra Pradesh

Andhra
Parameter India Parameter Andhra Pradesh India
Pradesh
GSDP as a percentage of all Installed power capacity
4.80 100.00 23,674.17 346,619.37
states’ GSDP (MW) (November 2018)

GSDP growth rate (%) 15.58 9.80 Wireless subscribers (No)


86,758,856 1,170,015,908
(as of October 2018)
Per capita GSDP (US$) 2,443.69 1,975.05
Internet subscribers (Mn)
43.78 560.01
Social Indicators (as of September 2018)

Andhra National highway length


Parameter India 8,053 122,432
Pradesh (km)

Literacy rate (%) 67.40 73.0 Major and minor ports


1+12 12+200
(No)
Birth rate (per 1,000
16.4 20.4 Airports (No) 7 129
population)

Industrial Infrastructure Investments (as of June 2018)


Andhra Andhra
Parameter India Parameter India
Pradesh Pradesh
Operational PPP projects (No) 66 1,467
Cumulative FDI equity inflows
16.487 389.721
Operational SEZs (No) (as of since April 2000 (US$ billion)
19 223
July 2018)

Note: GSDP, per capita GSDP figures are taken at current prices, exchange rates used is average of 2017-18 i.e. 64.45, For source refer to Annexure, FDI data is expected to be updated
by March 2019 from FDI Statistics Report

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VISION - 2029

 Reduce post - harvest losses in


horticulture crops to 5%  Increase GSDP per capita to Rs 5.07 lakhs
 Add value to 40 per cent of total (US$ 7,866.56) by 2029-30.
fish produce by 2029  Achieve12 per cent annual GSDP growth till
2029-30.

Agriculture Economic
and Growth
 Establish 100 Fisheries
Incubators/Accelerators
Start-up Job Creation  25,000 new and export oriented
 Incubate 5,000 companies and
start-ups Ecosystem Vision 2029 through MSMEs MSMEs
 Share of MSME Employment to be
10% by 2029
Social
Infrastructure
Development
Development

 Achieve Human Development Index


(HDI) score of 0.9  Construct 24,000 km of roads
 Receive very high human and highways
development status  Increase storage and warehouse
capacity to 62.9 MTPA by 2029
 Increase cargo handling capacity
to 550 MTPA

Source: Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029

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ANDHRA PRADESH

ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT
ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – GSDP

GSDP of Andhra Pradesh at current prices GSDP per capita of Andhra Pradesh at current prices

140 9 3000 180000


CAGR (In Rs) 13.33% CAGR (In Rs) 12.67%
8 160000
120

8.04
2500

124.73

157,495.54
7 140000

2,443.69
100

6.95

137,061.47
103.67
6 2000 120000

2,042.95
6.00

118,998.14
91.70
80 5 100000
85.85

1,817.88
5.25

104,679.07
1,711.84
79.12

1500
76.74
75.56

1,605.77

93,120.73
4.64

1,539.19
1,524.36
60 4 80000

83,001.25
4.11

76,996.85
3.79

3 1000 60000
40
2 40000
20 500
1 20000
0 0 0 0
2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15
2015-16SRE

2016-17FRE

2017-18AE

2015-16SRE

2016-17FRE

2017-18AE
US$ billion Rs trillion
US$ Rs

 At current prices, the GSDP of Andhra Pradesh was Rs 8.04  The state’s per capita GSDP in 2017-18 was Rs 1,57,495.54
trillion (US$ 124.20 billion) in 2017-18. (US$ 2,432.74) compared with Rs 76,996.85 (US$ 1,642.42) in
2011-12.
 The GSDP grew at a CAGR of 13.33 per cent from 2011-12 to
2017-18.  Per capita GSDP increased at a CAGR of 12.67 per cent
between 2011-12 and 2017-18.

Note: SRE – Second Revised Estimates, FRE - First Revised Estimates, AE - Advance Estimates
Source: Andhra Pradesh Socio Economic Survey 2017-18

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ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – NSDP

NSDP of Andhra Pradesh at current prices NSDP per capita of Andhra Pradesh at current prices

120 CAGR (In Rs) 13.45% 8 2500 CAGR (In Rs) 12.79% 160000

7 140000

112.00
7.25
100

142,054.00
2194.2
2000
6 120000

6.28
93.53

123,664.00
1,843.26
80
5 100000

82.67
5.41

107,276.00
1500

1,638.80
77.01

1,535.62
70.91

4.71

93,903.00
1,439.00
68.29
67.99

60 4 80000

1,371.68

1,369.75
82,870.00
4.13

74,688.00
1000
3.70

3 60000

69,000.00
3.40

40
2 40000
500
20
1 20000

0 0 0 0
2017-18AE
2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16SRE

2016-17FRE

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2017-18AE
2015-16SRE

2016-17FRE
US$ billion Rs trillion US$ Rs

 At current prices, the NSDP of Andhra Pradesh was Rs 7.25  The state’s per capita NSDP in 2017-18 was Rs 1,42,054.00
trillion (US$ 112.00 billion) in 2017-18. (US$ 2,194.22) compared with Rs 69,000.00 (US$ 1,471.84) in
2011-12.
 The NSDP grew at a CAGR of 13.45 per cent from 2011-12 to
2017-18.  Per capita GSDP increased at a CAGR of 12.79 per cent
between 2011-12 and 2017-18.

Note: SRE – Second Revised Estimates, FRE – First Revised Estimates, AE – Advance Estimates
Source: Andhra Pradesh Socio Economic Survey 2017-18

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ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – PERCENTAGE
DISTRIBUTION OF GSVA

 During 2017-18AE, the services sector accounted for a share of 43.6 Visakhapatnam
GSVA composition
port trafficby
(million
sectortonnes)
per cent in the total GVA of the state, followed by agriculture and
allied sector at 34.4 per cent and Industry at 22.1 per cent. 100%
40.91% CAGR^ 43.55%
90%
 The agriculture and allied sector grew at the fastest rate at 17.93 per
cent between 2011-12 and 2017-18AE, followed by the services 80% 14.38%

sector at 14.38 per cent and industry sector at 6.29 per cent. 70%

60%
32.21%
6.29% 22.09%
50%

40%

30% 34.37%
26.88%
20%
17.93%
10%

0%
2011-12 2017-18AE

Agriculture & Allied Industry Services

Note: AE – Advance Estimates


Source: Andhra Pradesh Socio Economic Survey 2017-18

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ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – FDI INFLOWS &
INVESTMENTS

FDI inflows in Andhra Pradesh in April 2000-June 2018 (US$


 According to the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Visakhapatnam port traffic (million tonnes)
million)
FDI inflows in Andhra Pradesh between April 2000 and June 2018
18000
reached US$ 16,487 million. 1,475
16000 1,246

16,487
2,195
14000
 During AP-CII Partnership Summit 2018 held at Vishakhapatnam,
12000 1,556
the state signed MoUs worth Rs 4.39 lakh crore (US$ 68.11 billion). 1,369
10000 678
1,159
8000 848
 In August 2018, Chinese phone components maker Holitech
6000
Technology Company decided to invest Rs 1,400 crore (US$ 200

5,961
4000
million) for setting up of a facility which will manufacture five types of 2000
smartphone components exclusively for Xiaomi India. 0

FY01-FY19*
FY01-FY11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19*
 During 2018, up to October, 131 investment intentions worth Rs
14,334 crore (US$ 1.99 billion) were filed in Andhra Pradesh.

Investment intentions in terms of IEMs filed, LOIs / DILs issued

Year Number Proposed Investments (US$ billion)

2016 164 5.13

2017 154 4.54

2018^ 131 1.99

Note: *up to June 2018, ^Up to October 2018, FDI data is expected to be updated by March 2019 from FDI Statistics Report
Source: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion

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ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – EXPORT TRENDS

Merchandise Exports from Andhra Pradesh (US$ billion) Principal Commodities Exported in 2018-19*

18.00 Marine Products

16.00 Drug Formulations,


15.91 Biologicals
14.00 20.74% Iron and Steel
12.00 13.02
12.14 11.94 Ship, Boats and Other
10.00 40.69% Floating Structures
Rice (Other than Basmati)
8.00 8.87%
Cotton Yarn
6.00
6.30 8.24%
4.00 Spices
3.27% 5.99%
2.00 Tobacco Unmanufactured

0.00 Others
FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19* 3.67% 3.77% 4.76%

 Merchandise exports from Andhra Pradesh have increased to US$ 13.02 billion in 2017-18 from US$ 11.94 billion in 2016-17. In 2018-19* they
have reached US$ 6.30 billion.

 Marine Products is the largest export category of the state, accounting for nearly 20.74 per cent of total exports in 2018-19*, followed by Drugs
Formulations, Biologicals (8.87 per cent) and Iron and Steel (8.24 per cent).

 As of September 2017, the state was also home to 76 functional Export Oriented Units (EOUs). EOUs receive various benefits including duty free
imports, benefits of MEIS scheme and reimbursement of Central Sales Tax (CST) on items not covered under Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Note: MEIS – Merchandise Export from India Scheme, *up to September 2018
Source: APEDA, Economic Survey 2017-18

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ANDHRA PRADESH

PHYSICAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – ROADS

 As of February 2018, the state was connected via 6,383 km of Road length (km)*
Road Surface
National Highways. (As of April 2017)

 In September 2016, the state had approved India’s first coastal Cement & concrete 2,216.89
corridor – the Vishakhapatnam Chennai Industrial Corridor (VCIC).
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved US$ 631 million
Black top 47,454.57
(in loans and grants) for the project. Further, in State Budget 2018-
19, the government allocated Rs 1,668 crore (US$ 258.81 million) for
the project. Under the project, four nodes – Vishakhapatnam, Metalled and unmetalled 2,624
Kakinada, Kankipadu-Gannavaram and Yerpedu-Srikalahasti have
been identified for development. The master planning of two nodes
Total roads 52,295.43
of the corridor – Vishakhapatnam and Yerpedu-Srikalahasti – is
currently ongoing.

 For 2018-19, the state government has allocated US$ 726.44 million
as capital expenditure on transport, road and buildings department in
the state.

 Under Andhra Pradesh Petroleum, Chemicals & Petrochemicals


Investment Region (AP PCPIR), construction of 40 km of national
highways, 42 km of state highways & nearly 75 km of major districts
roads is under planning & is expected to be completed in the next 5
years. As of July 2018, the draft master plan and draft Environmental
Impact Assessment Study has been prepared.

Note: *Update may be available by March 2019 Madhya Pradesh Economic Survey 2018-19
Source: NHAI, State Budget 2018-19

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PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – RAILWAYS & METRO
RAIL

 The state is well connected through the rail network. Rail network across the state
Visakhapatnam, the largest city in the state, has rail accessibility to
nine district headquarters out of thirteen in the new state. The city is
also well connected to the neighbouring states of Odisha and
Chhattisgarh.

 The state government has undertaken construction of Nadikudi-


Srikalahasti line, covering a length of 308 km. The main purpose
behind the construction of this new line is to develop the backward
areas of Guntur, Prakasam, Nellore and Chittoor districts and
improve their connectivity with other states and also enable exports
of raw materials that are used in cement and granite industries. As
of July 2018, a section of the line stretching between Piduguralla
and Rompicherla has been laid and trial runs initiated.

 The Union Government has also planned to develop metro rail


projects at Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada. The Visakhapatnam
project, estimated to cost Rs 8,300 crore (US$ 1,287.82 million), will Source: Maps of India
develop three important routes. As of June 2018, the state
government has prepared a draft Request For Proposal (RFP)
document. Also, the state government has decided to allocate 250
acres of land for the project, as of July 2018.

 The first phase of the Vijayawada Metro Rail Project is expected to


be completed by August 2018 and the Visakhapatnam Metro Rail
Project is expected to be completed by December 2018.

Source: News Articles

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PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – AIRPORTS

 Andhra Pradesh has eight operational airports/air strips at Visakhapatnam, Tirupati, Rajahmundry, Vijayawada, Bobbili, Nagarjuna Sagar and
Puttaparthi. Apart from these, Donakonda airport is non-operational (closed) whereas 4 are under development in Nellore, Kurnool, Ongole.
Kadapa airport has been made operational. Visakhapatnam, also popular as Vizag, has an international airport, which is under the Navy's
command.
 In January 2018, Andhra Pradesh inaugurated its seventh airport at Orvakallu near Kurnool city. It is developed on a 1,010 acre site at a cost of
Rs 110 crore (US$ 15.25 million).
 The upcoming international airport Bhogapuram will be developed by the state government, under PPP mode, at an estimated cost of US$ 328.60
million & will cater to 6.3 million passengers a year. It is expected that the airport will be completed by December 2020.

Andhra Pradesh Airport Statistics

Parameter 2018-19* 2017-18 2016-17

Passenger traffic- Vijayawada airport 790,581 746,392 622,354

Passenger traffic-Visakhapatnam airport 1,877,342 2,480,379 2,358,029

Aircraft movement-Vijayawada airport 12,848 11,998 10,333

Aircraft movement-Visakhapatnam airport 15,736 19,595 19,550

Note: 2018-19* - up to November 2018


Source: Airports Authority of India

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PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – PORTS

 Traffic handled by Visakhapatnam port reached 63.54 million tonnes Visakhapatnam port traffic (million tonnes)
in 2017-18. In 2018-19, up to December 2018, traffic handled
reached 49.28 million tonnes. 75.00
70.00
 The state government had invited bids for development of 65.00

68.04

67.42
65.50
63.91

63.54
Bhavanapadu port in 2016. In January 2018, the state government 60.00

61.02
59.04

58.50
55.00

58.00
finalised Adani Ports and SEZ Ltd as the developer of the greenfield

57.03
50.00
project. The port is expected to have a capacity of 30.57 million

49.28
45.00
tonnes and will be constructed over 2,050 acres of land. The project
40.00
is expected to be completed by 2023 to 2024.
35.00
30.00
 Further, the Visakhapatnam multi-modal logistics parks (MMLP) is
25.00
ready for operation. The government has also announced its plans to
20.00
set up 2 more MMLPs at Krishnapatnam and Kakinada. 15.00
10.00
 On November 21, 2018, Kakinada Gateway Port Ltd, an arm of the
5.00
GMR Group signed a agreement with the director of ports to build a 0.00

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19*
port over an area of 1,811 acres owned by Kakinada SEZ.

Note: 2018-19* - up to November2018


Source: Ministry of Shipping, Indian Ports Association, News Articles

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PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – POWER

 As of November 2018, Andhra Pradesh had a total installed power Installed power capacity (MW)#
generation capacity of 23,674.17 MW. Out of the total, private utilities
contributed 14,654.59 MW, state utilities contributed 6,967.75 MW 25,000
and central utilities contributed 2,051.83 MW. With a contribution of

23,674.17
14,643.82 MW, thermal power accounted for the highest share of the

22,933.77
22,298.30
overall installed power generation capacity of the state, followed by 20,000
renewable energy with a contribution of 7,229.48 MW.

 In Budget 2018-19, the state government announced plans to invest


Rs 5,140 crore (US$ 793.95 million) for the development of the 15,000

15,301.07
energy sector in the state.

 The government had approved setting up of 6 light-water nuclear

11,255.54
10,000
reactors in the state in 2016. The nuclear reactors will be set up in
Kovvada and will have a capacity of 1,208 MW each. As of August
2018, project proposal for setting up the reactors in cooperation with
USA are in progress. 5,000

 The state achieved the lowest level of Transmission and Distribution


(T&D) losses across the country as its T&D losses decreased from
0
13.91 per cent in 2014 to 9.80 per cent in 2017.

2015-16
2014-15

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19*
 In January 2019, the Government of Andhra Pradesh launched Wind
Power Policy 2018 for the period of five years and the incentives are
declared for the period of 10 years. It aims to expand the base of
wind projects.

Note: 2018-19* - As of November 2018, ^Under Vision 2029


Source: Central Electricity Authority, News Articles

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PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – TELECOM

Performance status of Bharat Net project (as of July 2018) Telecom Infrastructure (As of October 2018)*

No. of GPs in Phase-I 3,860 Wireless subscribers 86,758,856

Pipe laid (kms.)^ 2,627 Wireline subscribers 1,431,988

@
Optical Fiber Cable laid (kms) 4,268 Internet subscribers** 43.78

Service ready GPs^^ 1,239 Tele density (in %) 97.86

 According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Andhra Pradesh* had nearly 86.76 million wireless subscribers and 1.43 million
wireline subscribers, as of October 2018.

 As of October 2018, the overall tele-density in the state* stood at 97.86 per cent.

 By the end of October 2018, 34.35 million subscribers had submitted requests for mobile number portability in the state*.

Note: ^As of July 2017, *Including Telangana, **As of September 2018, @- till December 02, 2018, ^^ - January 02, 2018
Source: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, India Post BSNL: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited

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PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – URBAN

Classification of AMRUT Cities in Andhra Pradesh on the basis Smart City indicators (Census 2011)
of population (Census 2011)

Number of AMRUT cities with population City Population Literacy rate Area (sq. km)
30
less than 1 million
Visakhapatnam 1,728,128 81.79 % 544
Number of AMRUT cities with population
3
in the range of 1 – 10 million
Kakinada 312,538 80.62 % 30.51
Number of AMRUT cities with population
0
greater than 10 million Tirupati 287,482 86.97 % 27.44

Total number of AMRUT cities 33 Amaravati 5,180,000 88.23 % 217.23

 The State Government is expediting work for the development of Amaravati, the state’s future capital. Tenders worth Rs 22,000 crore (US$ 3.4
billion) have been floated, 95 per cent of land pooling has been completed and the trunk infrastructure is expected to be completed by January
2019.

 As of January 2018, the State Government has launched four Smart City projects and identified 210 infrastructure projects entailing an investment
of Rs.8,814.18 crore (US$ 1.36 billion). Out of the total, 71 projects are in Kakinada, 39 projects in Tirupati, 47 projects have been identified in
Vishakhapatnam.

 Government of India has identified 33 cities in the state for coverage under AMRUT Mission. To support the mission, the state government
allocated Rs 490.94 crore (US$ 76.17 million) in budget 2018-19. Over the past four and half years, the Government of Andhra Pradesh has spent
Rs 77,000 crore (US$ 10.67 billion) in urban infrastructure.

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ANDHRA PRADESH

SOCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – EDUCATION

Classes Number of schools (2017-18) Enrolment of students in government schools,


Classes
2017-18 (in million)
Primary 39,605 Class I 683,022
I to II 708,049
(I-VII/VIII) 9,678
II to III 701,997
(I-XII) 201
III to IV 706,027
(VI-XII) 193 IV to V 702,254
V to VI 681,669
(I-X) 2,050
VI to VII 679,825
(VI-X) 10,215 VII to VIII 690,929

 Andhra Pradesh has a literacy rate of 67.4%, as per Census 2011.

 The “Sarva Siksha Abhiyaan” and “Rashtriya Madhyamik Siksha Abhiyaan” are two schemes which are focusing towards fulfilling the aim of
reinforcing the education in the schools in accordance to the enrolment, quality, access as well as retention.

 Funds allocated under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan for Andhra Pradesh increased stood at Rs 2,882.48 crore (US$ 447.24 million).

 During 2017-18, the state had a total of 61,942 schools with a total enrolment of 6.96 million students.

 In Budget 2018-19, US$ 33.38 billion is allocated for secondary education and US$ 437.91 million for higher education.

Note: Update not available. It is expected to be updated by April 2019 from state's economic survey 2018-19
Source: Directorate of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh Socio Economic Survey 2017-18, State Annual Budget, 2018-19

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SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – HEALTH

Medical Facilities (January 2019) Health indicators (SRS Bulletin 2017)

1
Sub-centres 7,459 Birth rate 16.4

2
Infant mortality rate 34
Primary health centres 1,502
1
Death Rate 6.8
Community health centres 215

Major hospitals
Sub District hospitals 47
 Apollo Hospital
District hospitals 26  Care Hospital

 Manipal Hospital
Total 9,249
 Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences

 As of January 2019, the state had 1,502 primary health centres, 7,459 sub centres, 47 sub-district hospitals and 26 district hospitals.

 The state government has come up with new programmes which include 102 Talli Bidda Express for Maternal & Child Health, Tele Radiology, e-
Aushadi, etc. to provide ensured health care services to the people of the state.

 An allocation of US$ 1.31 billion has been proposed by the state government for health care sector in the state, as per the Budget 2018-19.

Note: 1Per thousand persons, 2Per thousand live births


Source: Andhra Pradesh State Budget 2018-19, Andhra Pradesh state portal, SRS Bulletin 1Per thousand persons, 2Per thousand live births

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ANDHRA PRADESH

INDUSTRIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE…(1/2)

 Government of India is setting up a National Investment & Logistics Infrastructure in Andhra Pradesh
Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) in Prakasam district, which would be set
up in an area of 14,231 acres and help in generating 5 lakh jobs over
next 10 years. Land acquisition for the project is currently underway.

 Also, development of Visakhapatnam-Chennai industrial corridor is


ongoing. The project once completed is expected to attract
investments of worth US$ 16.7 billion and generate more than
50,000 jobs.

 In April 2017, Kia Motors, a subsidiary of Hyundai Motors, signed a


Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the state government to
build a manufacturing facility in the state. The manufacturing facility
will be spread over 213.7 hectares and will entail US$ 2 billion of
investments and 3,000 jobs. Production of cars from the facility is
expected to begin in mid-2019. In December 2018, Kia Motors has
signed another Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the state
to support in the development of Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure
and boost to eco-friendly vehicles.

Source: APIIC

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INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE…(2/2)

 Andhra Pradesh was home to 19 operational SEZs, 31 SEZs with formal approvals, four SEZs with in-principle approval and 26 notified SEZs, as
of July 2018. These SEZs were spread across diversified sectors which include textiles & apparel, food processing, footwear & leather products,
multi-product, pharma, IT SEZs, etc.

Some of the operational SEZs in Andhra Pradesh

Name/Developer Location Primary industry

Visakhapatnam SEZ Vishakhapatnam, Multi-product


Divi’s Laboratories Limited Chippada Village, Visakhapatnam, Pharmaceuticals
Apache SEZ Development India Private Limited Mandal Tada, Nellore District Footwear
E-Bonangi Villages, Parawada
Ramky Pharma City (India) Pvt. Ltd. Pharmaceuticals
Mandal, Visakhapatnam District
Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructural Corporation
Madhurawada Village, Visakhapatnam IT/ITES
Ltd.(APIIC)
Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation
Madhurawada Village, Visakhapatnam IT/ITES
Limited (APIIC)
L&T Hitech City Limited (formerly, Andhra Pradesh Keesarapalli Village, Gannavaram
IT/ITES
Industrial Infrastructural Corporation Ltd.(APIIC) Mandal, Krishna District,
Hetero Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. Nakkapalli Mandal, Visakhapatnam Pharmaceuticals
Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructural Corporation Atchutapuram and Rambilli Mandals,
Multi Product
Ltd.(APIIC) Visakhapatnam

Duppituru, Doturupalem Maruture and


Brandix India Apparel City Private Limited Textile
Gurujaplen Villages in Visakhapatnam

Source: Department of Industries, Government of Andhra Pradesh

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ANDHRA PRADESH

KEY SECTORS
 Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

 Agriculture and Allied Industries

 Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals

 Tourism
KEY INDUSTRIES – DRUGS AND PHARMACEUTICALS

Andhra Pradesh drugs and pharmaceutical exports


 Andhra Pradesh is home to many global & national pharma players;
(US$ billion)#^
various companies have set up their manufacturing hubs in
3
Visakhapatnam & Srikakulam districts.

 Exports of pharmaceuticals* from the state stood at US$ 1.41 billion


in FY18 and reached US$ 752.99 million in FY19 (up to September 3
2.50
2018).

 In December 2018, the first phase of Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone 2


(AMTZ) was inaugurated at Pedagantyada in Visakhapatnam. It will
have around 240 companies manufacturing medical equipments and
2
will generate 25,000 jobs.
1.40 1.41

0.75
1 0.65

0
FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19*

Note: * up to September 2018 and includes drug formulations, biologicals, bulk drugs and drug intermediates
Source: Andhra Pradesh IT department, News articles

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KEY INDUSTRIES – AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES … (1/2)

 The presence of rich climatic and soil conditions make Andhra Area under production Crop production
Pradesh a major agricultural belt. The state ranks first in area and Crop ‘000 Ha ‘000 tonnes
(2017-18) (2017-18)
production of fruits and spices in the country.
Paddy 2,152 12,077
 Few of the leading crops produced in the state include rice, chilly,
Jowar 125 260
oilseeds, cotton, pulses and gram.
Bajra 44 84
 The overall production of food grains in the state, during 2017-18 is Maize 327 2,143
expected to have reached 15.76 million tonnes with pulses
Ragi 32 35
production reaching 1.14 million tonnes.
Other millets
21 16
including wheat
 The production of fruits and vegetables is estimated to have reached
Pulses 1,371 1,224*
140.13 million tonnes and 9.77 million tonnes in 2017-18P,
Total food grains 4,072 12,155.2*
respectively.
Groundnut 738 1,009
 The production of pulses and total food grains reached 154,900*
Castor 31 16
tonnes and 12,155,200 tonnes in 2018-19**. Production of total
Sesamum 36 10
oilseeds reached 508,100 in 2018-19**.
Total Oilseeds 914 1,090*

Vegetables 223.58 8,503.87

Fruits 639.56 13,912.66

Note: P – Provisional, * - As per 4th Advance Estimates, ** - As per 1st Advance Estimates (Kharif only), Other crops data is expected to be updated by April 2019 from state's economic
survey 2018-19
Source: MPEDA, APEDA, Andhra Pradesh Economic Survey 2017-18

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KEY INDUSTRIES – AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES … (2/2)

Andhra Pradesh fish and prawn production (million tonnes) Andhra Pradesh marine products exports (US$ million)

3 3,000

3 2.77 2.75 2,500 2,680.14


2.35
2 2,000
1.98
2 1,500
1559.49
1,379.17 1,306.60
1 1,000 1,114.39

1 500

0 0
2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18* 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19**

 Andhra Pradesh is also home to a thriving fisheries industry. The state ranks first in the production of fish and shrimp in India and contributes more
than 70 per cent of the country’s cultures shrimp production.

 Fish and prawns production contributed around 6.4 per cent of the state’s GSDP and supported livelihood of 1.45 million persons, as of 2017-18.

 The state’s exports of marine products have increased from US$ 1,559.49 million in 2014-15 to US$ 2680.14 million in 2017-1 and reached US$
1,306.6 million in 2018-19 (up to September 2018).

Note: 2017-18* - up to December 2017, **up to September 2018, fish and prawn production data is expected to be updated by April 2019 from state's economic survey 2018-19
Source: Andhra Pradesh Economic Survey 2017-18

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KEY INDUSTRIES – PETROLEUM, CHEMICALS AND
PETROCHEMICALS

 According to the Director General of Hydrocarbons (DGH), Andhra Production of Crude Oil and natural gas^
Pradesh has huge oil & natural gas reserves. The state’s Krishna-
1,000
Godavari basin, spread over an area of nearly 52,000 sq km, has a
total hydrocarbon resource base of 1,130 million metric tones.

943.00
900

800

834.00
 Production of crude oil and natural gas in the state was recorded at
322 thousand metric tonnes and 943 mcm during 2017-2018, 700
respectively.
600

619.00
 To promote investments in the industry, Andhra Pradesh Petroleum,

541.00
500
Chemicals & Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR) is being
400
set up. The projects is coming up over an investment area of 603
300

322.00
square km and will boost refining, petrochemicals, chemical and

295.00

276.00
254.00
manufacturing sectors in the state. 200

100
 The production of major chemical and petrochemicals stood at
659,200 tonnes in 2017-18^^. 0

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18*
Crude Oil Production ('000 MT) Natural Gas Production (MCM)

Note: MCM – Million Cubic Metres, ^Update may be available by April 2019, ^^ - includes Alkali and Inorganic Chemicals , Pesticides and Insecticides (Technical Grade) , Polymers and
Performance Plastics and Other Petrochemicals
Source: Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, News articles, Andhra Pradesh Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region, India Bureau of Mines

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KEY INDUSTRIES – TOURISM

 Andhra Pradesh is known for its pristine beaches, sacred places of Domestic tourist arrival in Andhra Pradesh (in million)
worship, lush green forests, spicy cuisine & hospitable people. The
state continued to witness increase in domestic tourist arrivals over 180
the last few years.
160

165.43
 In 2017*, domestic tourist arrivals in the state stood at 165.43 million,

153.16
140
while foreign tourist arrivals stood at 271,362. In 2017-18, the state
was host to 8 per cent more tourists than the previous year. 120

121.59
 As per budget 2018-19, the Government of Andhra Pradesh 100

98.02

93.31
announced plans to spend Rs 290 crore (US$ 45.00 million) for the
80
development of tourism and Culture department in the state.
60

40

20

2017*
2013

2014

2015

2016
Note: P – Provisional, * - Estimated figures of Andhra Pradesh for the year 2017 using all-India growth rate
Source: Ministry of Tourism, Government of India; News articles AP State Portal

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ANDHRA PRADESH

KEY PROCEDURES
AND POLICIES
SINGLE-WINDOW APPROVAL MECHANISM

 Andhra Pradesh is the first state in the country to have enacted the Industrial Single Window Clearance Act No 17 of 2002. The Act made it
compulsory for new industries to register with the single-window to obtain clearances quickly. It also simplified procedures for getting industrial
clearances.

 Committees were constituted at district and state levels to communicate to the applicant the status of their clearances. It has set time slots for
issuing clearances and incorporated a provision for deemed approval after the expiry of the time limit.

 District level committees can clear investments not exceeding US$ 219,442. State level committees can clear those exceeding US$ 219,442. .

 Above the district and state level committees is an empowered committee headed by the Chief Secretary of the state government, who reviews
and monitors disposal of applications. Overall, a State Board under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister oversees the progress of the scheme.

 Post effectiveness of The Andhra Pradesh Single Desk Policy 2015, the number of days required for clearance of application has been reduced to
21 days. The applications would be cleared at single information technology platform to enhance ease in doing business in the state.

 Andhra Pradesh has become the top ranking state as per the ease of doing business ranking in India.

 Violation of the provisions of the Act made either through self-assessment or otherwise would invite a penalty of US$ 109 in the first instance and
US$ 219 in the second instance.

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KEY INVESTMENT PROMOTION OFFICES

Corporations under Industries and Commerce Department

 Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation (APIDC)

 Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC)

 Andhra Pradesh Mineral Development Corporation (APMDC)

 Andhra Pradesh State Finance Corporation (APSFC)

 Andhra Pradesh State Trading Corporation (APSTC)

 Andhra Pradesh State Handloom Weavers Co-operative Society Limited (APCO)

 Leather Industries Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh (LIDCAP)

 Andhra Pradesh Handicrafts Development Corporation (APHDC)

 Andhra Pradesh Khadi & Village Industries Board (KVIB)

 Andhra Pradesh Urban Financial Infrastructure Development Corporation

 Directorate of Sugar and Commissionerate of Cane

 Directorate of Mines and Geology

 Commissionerate of Industries

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CONTACT LIST

Agency Contact information

4th Floor, Parisrama Bhavan


Fateh Maidan Road, Basheerbagh
Hyderabad - 500 004
Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation Phone: 91-40-2323 7622, 2323 7623
Fax: 91-40-2323 3251, 2323 1459
E-mail: hyd@apiic.in
Website: www.andhra.apiic.in

Industries and Commerce Department


2nd Floor, D Block, Room No-348A
Secretariat
Hyderabad - 500022
Department of Industries and Commerce
Phone: 91-040-23454449
Fax: 91-040-23452985
E-mail: secy_inds@ap.gov.in
Website: http://industriesportal.apcgg.gov.in/

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KEY APPROVALS REQUIRED … (1/3)

S No Approvals and clearances required Respective departments of state Estimated time


Registration, Industrial Entrepreneurs
1 Registrar of Firms 7 days
Memorandum (IEM), Industrial Licenses
Allotment of Land/Shed in Industrial Estates or Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development 7 days for up to 1,000 sq m
2
Industrial Areas Corporation 21 days for above 1,000 sq m
3 Acquisition and alienation of Government lands Chief Commissioner of Land Administration (CCLA) 45 days
Building/Site Permission / Approval/License from
Department of Municipal
4 Municipality/ UDA (Urban Development Authority) 7 days
Administration & Urban Development
DT & CP (Directorate of Town & Country Planning)
Department of Panchayati Raj &
5 Building /Site Permission from Gram Panchayat 15 days / Deemed
Rural Development
If in Master Plan - 10 days
Approval of change of land use for Land Administration Department of
6
Industrial purpose Revenue
If not in Master Plan – 21 days

Green 7 days
Consent for establishment
7 Orange AP Pollution Control Board 15 days
under Pollution Control
Red 21 days
Green 7 days
Orange 15 days
Consent for operation under Red 21 days
8 AP Pollution Control Board
Pollution Control
Authorization of
Processed along with
units handling
CFO
hazardous wastes

Source: Commissionerate of Industries, Government of Andhra Pradesh

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KEY APPROVALS REQUIRED … (2/3)

S No Approvals and clearances required Respective departments of state Estimated time

9 No-Objection Certificate for Fire Safety Directorate of Fire Services Department of Home 15 days

10 Permission for Establishment of Distillery 30 days

11 Licence for possession and use of Rectified Spirit Prohibition & Excise Department of 21 days
Revenue
12 Licence for possession and use of Denatured Spirit 21 days

Commercial Tax Department of


13 VAT/CST registration 3 days
Revenue
14 Power feasibility 7 days
DISCOM-Department of Energy To be based on the
15 Power connection
length of the HT line
Directorate of Factories Department of Labor
16 Approval of factory plans 7 days
Employment Training and Factories
Directorate of Factories-Department 7 days / Deemed for
17 Factory license
of Labor Employment Training and Factories Registration only
Approval for water supply from
18 Department of Municipal Administration & Urban 7 days
ULB s-MA & UD Department
Department
19 Water connection 21 days

Permission to draw water from


river/public tanks, Irrigation & CAD
20 Irrigation & CAD Department 15 days
Department Permission to dig new wells from
Ground Water Department

Source: Commissionerate of Industries, Government of Andhra Pradesh

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KEY APPROVALS REQUIRED … (3/3)

S No Approvals and clearances required Respective departments of state Estimated time


License for manufacture of AYUSH-Department of Health, Medical & Family
21 15 days
ayurvedic, homeo, siddha, unani Welfare
License for manufacture of bulk Drug Control Administration Department of Health,
22 15 days
drugs / formulations / cosmetics Medical & Family Welfare
23 Registration of partnership firms Registration & Stamps Department of Revenue 3 days

24 Registration under professional tax Commercial Tax Department of Revenue Spot approval

Commissionerate of Labor -Department of Labor


25 Registration of shops & establishments Spot approval
Employment Training and Factories

Directorate of Boilers Department of Labor


26 Boiler registration 15 days
Employment Training and Factories

27 Registration of plastic manufacturers / recyclers AP Pollution Control Board 15 days

License for storage of petroleum, diesel and


28 District Collector/ Civil Supplies Department 15 days
Naptha

Source: Commissionerate of Industries, Government of Andhra Pradesh

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COST OF DOING BUSINESS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Parameter Cost estimate

Land price (US$ per hectare) 373,416

Labour cost (US$ / man year) 1,573

Occupation costs (US$ / sq ft / year) 18.4

Metropolitan Area: 9.1


Electricity (US cents per kWh)
Non Metro Area: 9.4

Cost of capital (Prime lending rate,%) 10.57

Employee cost (US$ / man year)

Software developers 6,383

Team leads 14,893

Architects 21,276.5

Project managers 31,915

 Andhra Pradesh and Telangana jointly topped the 2016 Ease of Doing Business Index, prepared by the World Bank and DIPP.

Source: Vijayawada Municipal Corporation, Visakhapatnam Industrial Water Supply Company, Property Sites, News articles, Travel sites, PwC report, Andhra Pradesh State Electricity
Board

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STATE ACTS AND POLICIES … (1/4)

Objectives

Andhra Pradesh Internet  To develop Andhra Pradesh as an IoT hub and accomplish a considerable share in the country’s IoT market by
of Things (IoT) Policy 2020.
2016-2020  To create opportunities related to employment in IoT space for educated youth of the state. Read more

 To ensure sustainable & inclusive industrial growth.

Industrial Development  To be among the Top 3 states in terms of industrial investments by 2022 and be the most preferred logistics hub
Policy 2015-2020 and India’s gateway to East and Southeast Asia by 2029. Read more
 To enhance the quantum and quality of skilled manpower and create significant employment opportunities.

Textile, Apparel and  To attract new investments in value added textile activities worth Rs 15,000 crore (US$ 2.24 billion) by 2023.
Garments Policy 2018-
23  To convert the major portion of yarn produced in the state into fabric and garment’s within the state. Read more

 To aid the development of solar power projects in the state and attract new investments for capacity addition of
Andhra Pradesh Solar 5,000 MW over next five years
Power Policy 2015
 NREDCAP would act as the nodal agency and responsible for capacity allotment. Read more

 The new policy would replace the existing policy in order to attract new investments and achieve 4,000 MW
Andhra Pradesh Wind capacity addition through wind power projects in the state
Power Policy 2015
 NREDCAP would act as the nodal agency and would be responsible for capacity allotment of up to 40 MW
Read more

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STATE ACTS AND POLICIES … (2/4)

Objectives

 To provide a special focus on Automobile Industry by the provision of subsidies and reimbursements on CST,
Automobile and Auto- VAT/SGST. The development of Industrial Corridors(VCIC/CBIC) by providing excellent port logistics and
Components Policy infrastructure has been highlighted in the policy.
2015-20
 To attract high investments in the state and improving the employment status. Read more

 To attract investments worth ~US$ 757 million by the end of 2020 in order to make the state as one of the most
Food Processing Policy preferred destinations for food processing industries
2015-2020
 Create 50,000 job opportunities in the state by 2020. Read more

 To create a conducive ecosystem to provide all clearances required to setup industry within 21 working days.
Andhra Pradesh Single
Desk Policy 2015-20  To provide spot and deemed approvals based on self-certification and to provide parallel processing of streamlined
Read more
processes.

 To attract investments worth ~US$ 1.5 billion by the end of 2020 through projects under the public-private
New Tourism Policy- participation (PPP) mode
2015-20 Read more
 Create 500,000 job opportunities in the state by 2020.

 To attract investments worth ~US$ 908 million by the end of 2020 and support the state to emerge as most
Biotechnology Policy - preferred destination for biotech investments
2015-20 Read more
 Create 5,000 job opportunities in the state by 2020.

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STATE ACTS AND POLICIES … (3/4)

Objectives

 To provide special incentives and facilities for the electronic hardware sector in line with the present ICT policy.
Innovation & Start-up
The policy would cover areas such as industrial electronics, communication & broadcast equipment, computers &
Policy 2014-2020
peripherals, and strategic electronics & components (semiconductors, solar & displays). Read more

Andhra Pradesh Cyber  To create a robust cyber ecosystem in Andhra Pradesh


Security Policy 2017  Establishment of a Cyber Security framework and strengthening law enforcement agencies Read more

Andhra Pradesh  To develop Electronics Industry as an important growth engine for Andhra
Electronics Policy 2014-  The Policy aims to attract investments to the tune of US$ 5 billion in ESDM sector and create an employment of
2020 0.4 Million by 2020. Read more

 To make minor ports of the state as the favoured ports for container cargos from North and Central regions of the
Andhra Pradesh Port country.
Policy 2015 Read more
 To allow commercial feasibility of various projects related to the ports.

Andhra Pradesh
 To promotion Andhra Pradesh as the ‘Aqua Hub” of India.
Fisheries Policy 2015 Read more

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STATE ACTS AND POLICIES … (4/4)

Objectives

 To make Andhra Pradesh one of the most preferred destinations for seed industry.
Andhra Pradesh State
Mega Seed Park Policy,  To attract new Investments in seed industry worth Rs 3,000 crore (US$ 0.45 billion) by 2023.
2018
 To create additional employment opportunity for 40,000 personnel by 2023. Read more

Designated Technology  To incentivise real estate developers to build larger world class Information Technology (IT) office spaces.
Parks (DTP) Policy,
2017-2020  To reduce the approval time for office spaces for IT companies from 50 days to 21 days.

 To attract investments worth Rs 30,000 crore (US$ 4.47 billion) in manufacturing of electric vehicles (EVs) in the
next five years.
Electric Mobility Policy
 To replace public transport buses in four cities to electric buses by 2024 and across the state by 2030.

Animation, Visual  To attract investments worth Rs 6,400 crore (US$ 954.65 million) in the sector by 2020.
Effects, Gaming and
Comics (AVGC) Policy  To bridge the demand and supply gap of human resources and capture a larger share of outsourced work in
2018-2020 gaming, animation, media and entertainment sector.

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ANDHRA PRADESH

ANNEXURE
ANNEXURE…(1/2) - SOURCES

Data Sources

GSDP (state) Economic Survey 2017-18 (Andhra Pradesh)

Per capita GSDP figures Economic Survey 2017-18 (Andhra Pradesh)

GSDP (India) Second Advance Estimate of National Income – Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

Installed power capacity (MW) Central Electricity Authority, as of November 2018

Wireless subscribers (No) Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of October 2018

Internet subscribers (Mn) Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of September 2018

National highway length (km) NHAI, Roads and Building Department-Government of India, as of February 2018

Major and minor ports (No) Indian Ports Association

Airports (No) Airports Authority of India

Literacy rate (%) Census 2011

Birth rate (per 1,000 population) SRS Bulletin 2017


Cumulative FDI equity inflows (US$ billion) Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, April 2000 to June 2018
Operational PPP projects (No) DEA , Ministry of Finance, Government of India

Operational SEZs (No) Notified as of March 2018, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, March 2018

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ANNEXURE…(2/2) - EXCHANGE RATES

Exchange Rates (Fiscal Year) Exchange Rates (Calendar Year)

Year INR INR Equivalent of one US$ Year INR Equivalent of one US$
2004–05 44.95
2005 44.11
2005–06 44.28
2006 45.33
2006–07 45.29
2007–08 40.24 2007 41.29
2008–09 45.91 2008 43.42
2009–10 47.42
2009 48.35
2010–11 45.58
2011–12 47.95 2010 45.74

2012–13 54.45 2011 46.67


2013–14 60.50
2012 53.49
2014-15 61.15
2013 58.63
2015-16 65.46
2016-17 67.09 2014 61.03
2017-18 64.45 2015 64.15
Q1 2018-19 67.04
2016 67.21
Q2 2018-19 70.18
Q3 2018-19 72.15 2017 65.12

Source: Reserve Bank of India, Average for the year

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