Business Environment Snapshot for India

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Basic Data
Region: South Asia Income category: Lower middle income Population: 1,170,938,000 (2011) GNI per capita (US$): 1,340

Highlights
Below are select highlights for the data included in the profile. 1. According to the latest Enterprise Surveys (2006), Electricity, Tax Rates and Corruption represent the top constraints on firm investment in India. 2. India’s restrictions on foreign equity ownership are greater than the average of the countries covered by the Investing Across Sectors indicators in the South Asia region and of the BRIC (Brazil, Russian Federation, India, and China) countries. India imposes restrictions on foreign equity ownership in many sectors, and in particular in the service industries. Sectors such as railway freight transportation and forestry are dominated by public monopolies and are closed to foreign equity participation. With the exception of certain activities specified by law, foreign ownership in the agriculture sector is also not allowed. 3. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, there is incipient doubt about whether the Indian National Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) coalition government will complete its five-year term, which ends in 2014. Security will vary from one region of India to another. The violent insurgency waged by Naxalite (Maoist) groups across large swathes of central and eastern India is becoming the country's most serious security problem. Economic reform is expected continue only incrementally. The government is likely to restrict its focus to targeted spending and piecemeal changes, rather than attempting to implement more sweeping structural reforms. 4. India’s economic freedom score is 54.6, making its economy the 124th freest out of 183 countries in the 2011 Index. Its score is 0.8 point better than last year, with improved scores in four of the 10 economic freedoms, including a large gain in labor freedom. India is ranked 25th out of 41 countries in the Asia–Pacific region, and its overall score is below the world average. Despite the challenging global economic environment, the Indian economy has recorded average annual growth of around 8 percent over the past five years, propelled by domestic demand and continuing strength in services and manufacturing. However, growth is not deeply rooted in policies that support economic freedom. Progress with market-oriented reforms has been uneven. Subnational Doing Business Report Doing Business in India 2009 compares business regulations across 17 Indian cities. The report focuses on local regulations that affect 7 stages in the life of a small or medium-size domestic enterprise:  starting a business, dealing with construction permits, registering property, paying taxes, trading across  borders, enforcing contracts, and closing a business. Doing Business in India 2009, the first subnational report fully dedicated to India, found that differences in city- and state-level regulations as well as the implementation of national-level regulations can enhance or constrain local business activity. A number of Indian cities were previously benchmarked by the Doing Business in South Asia 2007 report. Main Findings l In Doing Business in India 2009, 14 out of the 17 cities covered in the Doing Business in South Asia 2007 report introduced local reforms in at least one of the areas measured. l Reforms produced tangible results, such as reducing the average time to open a business from 54 to 35 days in 10 cities. l The time to obtain a building permit was reduced by 25 days on average. l Doing business was easier in Ludhiana, Hyderabad, and Bhubaneshwar. It was more difficult to start and operate a business in Kochi and Kolkata. Download report Ranking simulator Economy ranking

Global Rankings
View global rankings on the business environment. See the underlying scores, the trend indicator, and a radar chart with regional and income group comparisons.

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1  Business Environment Index  EIU - Global Outlook Report 2  Control of Corruption Indicator  World Bank Group 3  Regulatory Quality  World Bank Group 4  Country Credit Rating  Institutional Investor 5  Index of Economic Freedom  The Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal 6  Political Risk Rating (ICRG)  PRS Group

108 111 103 -2.5-2.5  (203)  (202)  (201)  114 107 106 -2.5-2.5  (203)  (202)  (200) 

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48 48 51 55 58 0-100  64.7  64.6  62.2  62.7  59.9  57.1  55.3  50.7  49.4  (178)  (178)  (178)  (174)  (174)    124 123 116 119 0-100  (178)  (179)  (157)  (157)    53.8  54.4  54.1  53.9  52.2  54.2  51.5  51.2 

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100 80 84 97 88 0-100  58.5  63.5  62.5  61.0  62.5  64.5  63.5  59.5  57.0  (140)  (140)  (140)  (140)  (140)   

5  63.2  54.aspx?economy=india Doing Business: Country Rankings Ease of.2  51. 1An up/down rating requires a change within the last 2 years with available data of at least 1% 2These two sources only provide rankings.. the data for 2007 was published in 2007 (yet from the Doing Business 2008 report).aspx?economy=india Enterprise Survey Perception Rankings Enterprise Data Cross Country Comparison Note: These graphs compare the relevant country to the best and worst countries within the region and the world.5  57. not an underlying score. the data is also associated for the year it was published (not the year of the report).5  61.0  62.8  54.5  62. Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru.  Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru. Doing Business (Overall Ranking) Starting a Business Dealing with Construction Permits Registering Property Getting Credit Protecting Investors Paying Taxes Trading Across Borders Enforcing Contracts Resolving Insolvency DB 2012 rank 132 166 181 97 40 46 147 109 182 128 DB 2011 rank 139 166 181 96 37 44 165 107 182 140 Change in rank 7 0 0 -1 -3 -2 18 -2 0 12 Key Indicator Rankings Page 2 / 10 .worldbank.5  64.9  52. as trends on rankings cannot be compared with the trends on scores.5  63.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.2    100 80 84 97 88 0-100  58. We do not report trends for these two.4  54.5  59.5  Index of Economic Freedom  The Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal 6  Political Risk Rating (ICRG)  PRS Group 7  Doing Business Ranking  World Bank Group Notes:   124 123 116 119 0-100  (178)  (179)  (157)  (157)    53.1  53. we associate the data with the year it was published.worldbank.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF..5  51.0  (140)  (140)  (140)  (140)  (140)  132 139 (183)  (183)        1-1832                          Please Note:  As each of these rankings is collected and published on a different schedule.  For Doing Business. For example.

worldbank.aspx?economy=india Enterprise Survey Perception Rankings Enterprise Data Cross Country Comparison Note: These graphs compare the relevant country to the best and worst countries within the region and the world..9 Indicator Value2 0. Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru.Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru.1 Compare with Region Page 3 / 10 Average 1085.0 Compare with Income Group Average 683.0 1793. Doing Business (Overall Ranking) Starting a Business Dealing with Construction Permits Registering Property Getting Credit Protecting Investors Paying Taxes Trading Across Borders Enforcing Contracts Resolving Insolvency DB 2012 rank 132 166 181 97 40 46 147 109 182 128 DB 2011 rank 139 166 181 96 37 44 165 107 182 140 Change in rank 7 0 0 -1 -3 -2 18 -2 0 12 Key Indicator Rankings Three Well Performing Indicators Getting Credit: Public registry coverage (% of adults) Registering Property: Procedures (number) Getting Electricity: Cost (% of income per capita)   Three Potential Indicators for Reform Enforcing Contracts: Time (days) Percentile Rank1 2.0 216.1 Percentile Rank1 99.8 6.0 .6 69.worldbank..3 Compare with Region Average 3.5 71.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.aspx?economy=india Doing Business: Country Rankings Ease of.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.2 Compare with Income Group Average 12.0 5.4 6.1 1616.7 Indicator Value2 1420.

5  15.  31.7  18.  15.8  16.  .5 71.  .6 69..8 days to Start a Business.  .0  71.  . consumer prices (annual %)  Total Returns Index (IFCGTRUS)  FDI Net Inflows (% of GDP)  Gross Fixed Capital Formation.8  0.5  8.  ..8  709.0  25.3  23.9  36.1 Percentile Rank1 99.4 6. if there is a value of 9.4  .9  1.2  25.3  .7  40.9  22.1  17.  .5  2.  .  Macro Indicators Financial & Private Sector Development Indicators Infrastructure Indicators Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru.0  .9  24.1 3.8  22.7  1.  .4  .org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.8  4.2  4.2 Compare with Income Group Average 12.  5.. Doing Business (Overall Ranking) Starting a Business Dealing with Construction Permits Registering Property Getting Credit Protecting Investors Paying Taxes Trading Across Borders Enforcing Contracts Resolving Insolvency DB 2012 rank 132 166 181 97 40 46 147 109 182 128 DB 2011 rank 139 166 181 96 37 44 165 107 182 140 Change in rank 7 0 0 -1 -3 -2 18 -2 0 12 Key Indicator Rankings Three Well Performing Indicators Getting Credit: Public registry coverage (% of adults) Registering Property: Procedures (number) Getting Electricity: Cost (% of income per capita)   Three Potential Indicators for Reform Enforcing Contracts: Time (days) Resolving Insolvency: Time (years) Dealing with Licenses: Procedures (number) Percentile Rank1 2. 2The value shown in this column is the specific value for the indicator.3  73. Conversely.6  21.5  ..  .  2.2  8...  .  .  3.2  3.2  .. a percentile rank of 100 reflects a country ranked for that variable in the top 1% of countries..0  24.9 Indicator Value2 0..6 16.6  67.7  5.3  24.7  11..  5.8 for Starting a Business: Duration (Days).0  6.3 16.0  10.7  .4  340.6  2004 8.3  14.  2007 9.0  3.8  10.0 216.  .1  19.worldbank.  .  2006 9.8  2003 8.  20.  2005 9.7 0.4  12.3  .0  53.  8...  48.4  3.aspx?economy=india Investing Across Borders: Data and Highlights Page 4 / 10 .  3.4  ..7  18.1  2002 3.8  352.6  7..5  9.8  475.0  49...  .3  19.Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru. that means that for the particular country it takes 9...  30.5 0.aspx?economy=india Doing Business: Country Rankings Ease of.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.2  .5  29.6  .2  4.5  .  31.2  3....1  32.4  47..5 Compare with Region Average 1085.8 6.1  55.  .0  8.1  6.3  3..8  1336.8  .2  0.worldbank.4  ..0 7....8  7.0 5.. private sector (% of GDP)  Tax revenue (% of GDP)  Exports of goods and services (% of GDP)  Imports of goods and services (% of GDP)  Domestic credit to private sector (% of GDP)  Domestic credit to private sector (% of total domestic credit)  Total Financial System Deposits to GDP  Bank nonperfoming loans to total (%)  Lending Spread  Private Sector Employment as a % of Total Employment  Business Entry Rate (new registrations as % of total)  Paved roads (% of total)  Mobile cellular subscriptions (per 100 people)  Internet users (per 100 people)  Electric power consumption (kWh per capita)  5.8  50.0 34.0 1A percentile rank of 1 reflects a country ranked for that variable in the bottom 1 % of countries.0  .  5.8  14.0 Compare with Income Group Average 683..  .0 1793..0  71.2  542.7  57.0  .5  51. Time Series Data 2008 GDP growth (annual %)  Inflation.5  5.8  .0  0.6  61.2  45.  .1 3.2  895.  ..3 Compare with Region Average 3..1 1616...3  22.8  50.8  24.5 Indicator Value2 1420. For example.  ...  .0  9....9  11.8  502.

aspx?economy=india Analytical Work View reports on the business environment produced by the World Bank Group within the last five years.aspx?economy=india Investing Across Borders: Data and Highlights Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF. Title Author/Contact Source Page 5 / 10 Date .worldbank.worldbank.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru.

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3. Project Portfolio World Bank  [Click to expand/collapse]  Project Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: Capital Market and Pension Administration Technical Assistance Loan  P113834  Pipeline  India Financing Affordable Housing  P119039  Pipeline  India: Scaling Up Sustainable and Responsible Microfinance  P119043  Active  Financing Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Infrastructure through Support to the India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd  P102771  Active  SME Financing and Development Project: Additional Financing  P102767  Active  Strengthening India's Rural Credit Cooperatives  P102768  Active  SME Financing & Development  P086518  Active  CGAP . Blaine Stephens   Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru. Promoting private sector participation in the provision of health and education services.Niraj  Open/Close 6/1/2010     1195.worldbank. 4.00  Verma.00  Verma.Niraj  Open/Close 6/26/2007     120.00  Hashemi.Niraj  Open/Close 11/30/2004     0.Michael  Open/Close 12/15/2011     300.Michael  Open/Close 9/22/2009 - 6/30/2010    International Finance Corporation  [Click to expand/collapse]  Project Name: PBGI Utkarsh  Total Project Amount (US $ millions) 0.00  Markels.00  Markels.aspx?economy=india Country Assistance Strategy: PSD Focus View projects associated with the World Bank Group's Finance and Private Sector Development unit.Varsha  Open/Close 10/10/2014     500. Ahmed Sa-Dhan.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.Niraj  Open/Close 4/30/2009     600.00  Verma.Syed Mesbahuddin  Open/Close 11/27/2002     2000.00  Contact Marathe Dayal.Varsha  ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Open/Close 9/22/2009     400.00  Marathe Dayal. Facilitating greater private sector competitiveness through: (a) improvements in the investment climate. (b) improved financial intermediation to the private sector: and (c) direct support to firms to promote their growth and competitiveness. Improving the quantity and quality of infrastructure through greater private sector participation. Promoting improved rural productivity and growth through greater private investment.36  Contact Page 7 / 10 Mohini Bhatia  .Asia  Prahlad Mali. Hind Tazi [editor].00  Verma. 2. Syed Mohsin. India Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) PSD focus (September 2004) The focus of the private sector development strategy will be on: 1. View brief summaries of the private sector strategy as  stated in the most recent Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) document.Friends of Women's World Banking  P081026  Active  Banking Sector Support Loan  P116020  Closed  Total Project Amount (US $ millions) 18.

4.Varsha  Open/Close 10/10/2014     500. Improving the quantity and quality of infrastructure through greater private sector participation. 2.worldbank. India Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) PSD focus (September 2004) The focus of the private sector development strategy will be on: 1.org/besnapshots/BecpProfilePDF.Niraj  Open/Close 11/30/2004     0. Promoting private sector participation in the provision of health and education services.00  Contact Marathe Dayal. Facilitating greater private sector competitiveness through: (a) improvements in the investment climate.Niraj  Open/Close 6/26/2007     120. View brief summaries of the private sector strategy as  stated in the most recent Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) document.00  Verma.Niraj  Open/Close 6/1/2010     1195. Promoting improved rural productivity and growth through greater private investment.Friends of Women's World Banking  P081026  Active  Banking Sector Support Loan  P116020  Closed  Total Project Amount (US $ millions) 18.Business Environment Snapshot for India http://rru.00  Verma.00  Verma.Syed Mesbahuddin  Open/Close 11/27/2002     2000.00  Marathe Dayal.Niraj  Open/Close 4/30/2009     600. Project Portfolio World Bank  [Click to expand/collapse]  Project Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: Capital Market and Pension Administration Technical Assistance Loan  P113834  Pipeline  India Financing Affordable Housing  P119039  Pipeline  India: Scaling Up Sustainable and Responsible Microfinance  P119043  Active  Financing Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Infrastructure through Support to the India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd  P102771  Active  SME Financing and Development Project: Additional Financing  P102767  Active  Strengthening India's Rural Credit Cooperatives  P102768  Active  SME Financing & Development  P086518  Active  CGAP .00  Markels.aspx?economy=india Country Assistance Strategy: PSD Focus View projects associated with the World Bank Group's Finance and Private Sector Development unit.00  Verma. 3.00  Hashemi.Michael  Open/Close 12/15/2011     300.Michael  Open/Close 9/22/2009 - 6/30/2010    International Finance Corporation  [Click to expand/collapse]  Project Name: ID: PBGI Utkarsh  575547  Total Project Amount (US $ millions) 0.Varsha  ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Open/Close 9/22/2009     400.00  Markels.36  Contact Mohini Bhatia  Page 8 / 10 Open/Close 7/1/2010   . (b) improved financial intermediation to the private sector: and (c) direct support to firms to promote their growth and competitiveness.

36  Mohini Bhatia  Open/Close 7/1/2010   Open/Close 7/1/2010   Open/Close 7/1/2010   Open/Close 7/1/2010   Open/Close 7/1/2010   Open/Close 5/4/2010   Open/Close 4/7/2010   Open/Close 1/25/2010   Open/Close 1/25/2010   Open/Close 9/11/2009   Open/Close 7/30/2009   Open/Close 6/15/2009   Open/Close 1/5/2009   Open/Close 3/1/2008   Open/Close 2/4/2008   Open/Close 12/20/2007   Page 9 / 10 Open/Close 5/1/2007   .80  Paramita Dasgupta    0.27  Jennifer Isern    0.27  Colin Ewell Wesley Raymond    0.06  Anup Kumar Agarwal    0.05  Mohini Bhatia    0.36  Anup Kumar Agarwal    0.18  Mohini Bhatia  0.36  Mohini Bhatia    0.30  Dhruba Purkayastha    0.06  Anup Kumar Agarwal    1.(US $ millions) Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: PBGI Utkarsh  575547  Active  Microfinance Knowledge Management  576067  Active  Intellecash MF  571008  Active  Capacity Building of FWWBI partners  570547  Active  Basix PBGI  567648  Active  G2P payments  577127  Active  LIH .43  Jana Malinska    0.24  Anne Lagomarcino    1. Housing  561636  Active  Subnational Doing Business in India  562428  Active  India Microfinance IT Assistance  550845  Active  Belstar Investment and Finance Private Limited   551545    0.18  Mohini Bhatia    1.42  Mohini Bhatia    0.Rajasthan  574828  Active  India SME Banking KM   575867  Active  India Rajasthan Investment Climate Reform   568887  Active  SEWA Livelihood Finance  575927  Active  Omidyar India Microfinance Credit Reporting  570787  Active  Housing Finance-LIH  568667  Active  BIHAR Investment Climate Reform Phase II  568031  Active  IF-Sust.85  Mohini Bhatia    1.48  Mohini Bhatia    0.

10  Anup Kumar Agarwal  Open/Close 5/1/2007   Open/Close 3/1/2006   Open/Close 2/1/2008 - 12/31/2008  Open/Close 2/1/2007 .heritage.Investee FI TA Program  547727  Closed  IDFC Technical Assistance Facility and Capacity Building for Sustainable Advisory Projects  540804  Closed  India Competitiveness Advocacy  543584  Closed      0.com/page.12/31/2008  Open/Close 1/1/2007 - 6/30/2009  Open/Close 6/7/2006 - 6/30/2008  ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Open/Close 4/17/2006 - 6/30/2009  Open/Close 2/1/2006 - 12/31/2009  Links EIU .icrgonline.eiu.doingbusiness.worldbank.com The Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal: http://www.53  Rina Oberai    0.org/governance/wgi/index.50  Anup Kumar Agarwal    0.aspx?page=icrgmethods World Bank Group: www.48  Rina Oberai    2.71  Subrata Barman    0.iimagazine.com World Bank Group: http://info.worldbank.org/governance/wgi/index.org Page 10 / 10 .01  Anup Kumar Agarwal    0.asp World Bank Group: http://info.Global Outlook Report: http://www.Limited   ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: ID: Status: Name: 551545  Active  Capacity-Building for Banks in India  539650  Active  BIHAR Sector-Specific Investment Climate Reforms (Agribusiness and Tourism)  561009  Closed  Capacity building for financial sector of North East India  551546  Closed  Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust (BYST) Developing Young Entrepreneurs  530582  Closed  Federal Bank TA Stucturing and Supervision .org/index/ PRS Group: http://www.20  Mohammad Rehan Rashid    0.asp Institutional Investor: www.

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