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    ❖   Executive Summary …….……….……… 3
    ❖   Advantage Maharashtra ……………....... 5
    ❖   State Vision …………………….………… 6
    ❖   Maharashtra – An Introduction ……..…. 7
    ❖   Annual Budget 2014–15 .......................20
    ❖   Infrastructure Status ………………...… 21
    ❖   Business Opportunities ……………..… 39
    ❖   Doing Business in Maharashtra …….... 68
    ❖   State Acts & Policies …………...……... 77




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                                                                            EXECUTIVE SUMMARY … (1/2)


 Highest contribution to   •   Maharashtra’s GSDP at current prices was US$ 300.51 billion in 2015-16 and accounted
     India’s GDP               for 12.98% of India’s GDP, the highest among all states.



                           •   Total FDI in the state during April 2000 to December 2016 stood at US$ 100.16 billion1,
  Highest FDI in India         the highest among all states in India.



                           •   Jawaharlal Nehru Port is the largest port in India in terms of container traffic. During 2016-
 Largest Container Port        17 (till February 2017), the port handled 561.92 lakh metric tonnes of traffic.




  India’s financial and    •   The state’s capital, Mumbai, is the commercial capital of India and has evolved into a
                               global financial hub. The city is home to several global banking and financial service firms.
    educational hub
                               Pune, another major city in the state, has emerged as the educational hub.




                                                        Source: Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates, Economic Survey 2015-16
                                                                  Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Indian Port Association
                                                                                      1Including Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli




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                                                                          EXECUTIVE SUMMARY … (2/2)

 Significant production of   •   Maharashtra is one of the largest producers of sugarcane and pomegranate in the country.
     sugarcane and               In 2015-16, production of sugarcane in the state stood at 72,089 thousand tonnes. During
                                 2014-15, the production of pomegranates was recorded to be 1,313.37 thousand tonnes.
       pomegranate


                             •   Maharashtra is the most industrialised state in India and has maintained the leading
  Industrial powerhouse          position in the industrial sector in the country. The state is a pioneer in small scale
                                 industries and boasts of the largest number of special export promotion zones.




      Strong cotton          •   Maharashtra is among the leading producers of cotton in India. The state produced 4.20
       production                million bales of cotton during 2015-16.




                                                             Source: Ministry of Agriculture, News Articles, Economic Survey 2015-16




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                                                                                 ADVANTAGE MAHARASHTRA

 2015-16         Trade and commerce
                   Growing   demand hub                                     Policy incentives                          2015-16
                         of India                                 •   The Government of Maharashtra has
 GSDP of                                                              several policies in place to set up the
             •   Mumbai (Maharashtra) is known as                     right kind of business climate.
 the state       the trade and commerce capital of
                                                                                                                       Per capita
 was US$         India. It is also the financial centre of                                                             GSDP was
  300.51         India.                                           •   These policies aim to motivate                   US$ 2,545
   billion   •   Maharashtra has emerged as a key                     investors to invest into various sectors
                 hub for IT and ITeS, electronics and                 in the state, thereby contributing to
                 captive business outsourcing                         the overall development of the
                 industries.                                          economy.


                                                        Advantage
                                                        Maharashtra
                      Rich pool of skilled                             Facilitating infrastructure
                                labour                            •   The state has a well developed social,
                                                                      physical and industrial infrastructure.
             •   Maharashtra has a literacy rate of                   Apart from four international and seven
                 82.3% and is home to a number of                     domestic airports, the state has two
                 world class educational and IT                       major and 53 minor ports. It also has a
                 institutions.                                        well developed power supply grid.
             •   The state has a large base of skilled            •   Maharashtra's infrastructure sector has
                 and industrial labour, making it an                  grown significantly over the last
                 ideal destination for knowledge based                decade, with a substantial rise in the
                 and manufacturing sectors.                           number of industrial clusters and Public
                                                                      Private Partnership (PPP) projects.


                                                                                   Source: Government of Maharashtra

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                                                                                                                                       STATE VISION

                                       •   Expects to achieve double digit     •       Establishing technical
                                           growth during the 12th Five Year            universities for skill
                                           Plan.                                       development.
                                       •   Focus on growth of the              •       Providing scholarships to
                                           manufacturing sector.                       pursue professional courses.
                                       •   Creating conducive growth
                                           environment.


   •   Promoting sustainable                               Industrial sector   Skill development                      •   Maharashtra government
       development in agriculture by                                                                                      targets 12.5% GSDP growth
       integrating schemes of water                                                                                       in the 12th Five Year Plan.
       shed development, use of                                                                                       •   US$ 50.6 billion allocated to
       technology, enhancing                                                                                              accelerate economic growth
       processing capacity and skill            Agriculture                                     GSDP growth               by implementing specially
       development.                                                       Vision                                          designed growth oriented
                                                                                                                          policies.
   •   Promotion of agri-business
       through PPP for Integrated
       Agricultural Development (PPP-                          Tourism         Infrastructure
       IAD) and develop market linkages
       of horticulture.



                                       •   Promote religious, adventure            •    6,026 km of national highway
                                           and heritage tourism.                        projects.
                                       •   Training workers in the                 •    Developing ports by investing
                                           organised and unorganised                    approximately US$ 2.4 billion.
                                           sectors related to tourism.


                                                                                                                          Source: Confederation of Indian Industry

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                                                                                    MAHARASHTRA FACT FILE

                                                                    India's main stock exchanges & capital market and
                                                                    commodity exchanges are located in Mumbai.

                                                                    The most commonly spoken language in the state is
                                                                    Marathi. Konkani, Hindi and English are the other prominent
                                                                    languages.


                                                                       Parameters                                   Maharashtra
                                                                       Capital                                          Mumbai
                                                                       Geographical area (lakh sq. km)                    3.08
                                                                       Administrative districts (No)                       36
                                                                       Population density (persons per sq
                                                                                                                          365
  Maharashtra is situated in the western region of the                 km)
  country. The state shares borders with Gujarat,                      Total population (million)                        118.1
  Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh,
  Karnataka, Goa and the Union Territory of Dadra                           Male population (million)                     61.2
  and Nagar Haveli. On its west is the Arabian Sea.                         Female population (million)                   56.9
                                                                       Sex ratio (females per 1,000 males)                929
  Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Thane, Nasik, Solapur,
  Kolhapur, Sangli, Aurangabad, Amravati and                           Literacy rate (%)                                  82.3
  Ratnagiri are some of the major cities of
  Maharashtra.
                                                                                 Source: National Portal of India, Economic Survey 2015-16
                                                                                                                TechSci Research Estimates

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                                                              MAHARASHTRA IN FIGURES … (1/2)

 Parameter                                    Maharashtra    All states                           Source

 Economy                                       2015-16        2015-16

   GSDP as a percentage of all states’ GSDP      14.49         100.0            Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates

   GSDP growth rate (%)                           9.9           8.71            Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates

   Per capita GSDP (US$)                         2,545         1,546            Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates

 Physical Infrastructure
   Installed power capacity (MW)               40,598.69     305,554.25       Central Electricity Authority, as of August 2016

                                                                              Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of
   Wireless subscribers (No)                   87,183,302   1,078,422,215
                                                                              October 2016
                                                                              Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of
   Internet subscribers (No)                   30,620,000   367,480,000
                                                                              September 2016
                                                                              NHAI, Roads and Building Department-
   National Highway length (km)                 7,434.79     100,087.08
                                                                              Government of India

   Major and minor ports (No)                    2 + 53        13+187                  India Ports Association 2015

   Airports (No)                                  11            125                      Airports Authority of India




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                                                                         MAHARASHTRA IN FIGURES … (2/2)

 Parameter                                        Maharashtra         All states                            Source

 Social Indicators
   Literacy rate (%)                                  82.3               73.0                            Census, 2011

   Birth rate (per 1,000 population)                  16.5               21.6                             SRS Bulletin

 Investment
                                                                                         Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion,
   Cumulative FDI equity inflows (US$ billion)1      82.62              288.51
                                                                                                 April 2000 to March 2016

 Industrial Infrastructure

                                                                                       DEA, Ministry of Finance, Government of India,
   Operational PPP projects (No)                      194               1,246
                                                                                                          July 2016
                                                                                           Notified as of February 2016, Ministry of
   Operational SEZs (No)                               25                186                Commerce & Industry, Department of
                                                                                                     Commerce, July 2016



                                                                    1Combined FDI inflows for Maharashtra, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu

                                                    PPP: Public-Private Partnership, SEZ: Special Economic Zone, SRS: Sample Registration System




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                                                                          ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – GSDP

  At current prices, GSDP* of Maharashtra was US$ 300.51                  GSDP of Maharashtra at current prices
  billion in 2015-16.                                                               (in US$ billion)

  GSDP of the state grew at a CAGR of around 10.54% from
  2005-06 to 2015-16.

                                                                                                                                                                       300.5
                                                                                                                                                            264.8
                                                                                                                   230.0 250.7 243.7 244.9
                                                                                    170.1 163.4 180.5
                                                             110.3 129.5




                                                                2005-06

                                                                          2006-07

                                                                                     2007-08

                                                                                               2008-09

                                                                                                         2009-10

                                                                                                                    2010-11

                                                                                                                              2011-12

                                                                                                                                        2012-13

                                                                                                                                                  2013-14

                                                                                                                                                             2014-15

                                                                                                                                                                        2015-16
                                                                Source: Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates based on “Advanced
                                                           Estimates” provided by Directorate of Economics and Statistics of Maharashtra
                                                                                                   GSDP - Gross State Domestic Product,
                                                                                                 CAGR – Compound Annual Growth Rate
                                                                                                           GSDP* - State Budget 2016-17




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                                                                                    ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – NSDP

  At current prices, NSDP# of Maharashtra was US$ 263.6                             NSDP of Maharashtra at current prices
  billion in 2015-16.                                                                         (in US$ billion)

  Maharashtra’s NSDP# grew at a CAGR of around 10.29%
  from 2005-06 to 2015-16.
                                                                                                                                                                      263.6
                                                                                                                                                            238
                                                                                                                   208.4 227.1 220.4 221.2
                                                                                    153.9 146.9 162.5
                                                               99 116.7




                                                                2005-06

                                                                          2006-07

                                                                                     2007-08

                                                                                               2008-09

                                                                                                         2009-10

                                                                                                                    2010-11

                                                                                                                              2011-12

                                                                                                                                        2012-13

                                                                                                                                                  2013-14

                                                                                                                                                            2014-15

                                                                                                                                                                       2015-16
                                                Source: Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates based on “Advanced Estimates” provided
                                                                                     by Directorate of Economics and Statistics of Maharashtra
                                                                                                          NSDP - Net State Domestic Product,
                                                                                                       CAGR – Compound Annual Growth Rate
                                                                         NSDP# - Geometric mean of YoY calculation from 2004-05 to 2014-15




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                                                ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – PER CAPITA GSDP

  The state’s per capita GSDP^ at current price was US$                                   Per capita GSDP (US$)
  2,545 in 2015-16.

  The per capita GSDP of Maharashtra grew at a CAGR of
  9.16% between 2005-06 and 2015-16.                                                                                                                             2545
                                                                                                2,053.02,208 2,1182,100.52,242
                                                                               1,585 1,500 1,633
                                                          1,059 1,225




                                                                     2006-07
                                                           2005-06




                                                                                2007-08

                                                                                           2008-09

                                                                                                     2009-10

                                                                                                               2010-11

                                                                                                                         2011-12

                                                                                                                                   2012-13

                                                                                                                                             2013-14

                                                                                                                                                       2014-15

                                                                                                                                                                  2015-16
                                                                            Source: Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates based on
                                                                         “Advanced Estimates” provided by Directorate of Economics and
                                                                                                                  Statistics of Maharashtra
                                                                                Per Capita GSDP^ - calculated using GSDP million US$/
                                                                                                                       Population in million




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                                                 ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – PER CAPITA NSDP

  At current price, the state’s per capita NSDP& was US$                                     Per capita NSDP (US$)
  2,232.5 in 2015-16.

  The per capita NSDP of Maharashtra grew at a CAGR of                                                                                           2232.5
                                                                                                                         2,000 1,9151,897.72013.8
  8.91% between 2005-06 and 2015-16.                                                                             1,860.0
                                                                                1,434 1,349 1,471
                                                                     1,104
                                                           951




                                                                                                                              2011-12
                                                           2005-06

                                                                      2006-07

                                                                                   2007-08

                                                                                             2008-09

                                                                                                       2009-10

                                                                                                                    2010-11




                                                                                                                                        2012-13

                                                                                                                                                  2013-14

                                                                                                                                                            2014-15

                                                                                                                                                                      2015-16
                                                                                   Source: Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates based on
                                                                                “Advanced Estimates” provided by Directorate of Economics and
                                                                                                                         Statistics of Maharashtra
                                                                                             per capita NSDP& - calculated using NSDP million
                                                                                                                         US$/Population in million




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                 ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GSDP
                                                                             Percentage distribution of GSDP
  Over 2015-16, the tertiaryµ sector contributed 64.53% to the
  state’s GSDP at current prices, followed by the secondaryµ
  sector with a contribution of 25.84%.

  At a CAGR of 15.8%, the tertiary sector has been the fastest                                  CAGR
  growing among the three sectors from 2004-05 to 2015-16.
  Growth was driven by trade, hotels, real estate, finance,                  59.58              15.8%                 64.53
  insurance, transport, communications and other services.

  The secondary sector grew at a CAGR of 13.5% between                                           13.5%
  2004-05 and 2015-16. The growth in secondary sector was                    29.61                                    25.84
  driven by growth in manufacturing, construction and
                                                                                                 13.7%
  electricity, gas & water supply industries.                                10.18                                     9.63
                                                                           2004-05                                   2015-16
                                                                                     Primary     Secondary      Tertiary
  The primaryµ sector expanded at a CAGR of 13.7%
  between 2004-05 and 2015-16. Agriculture is the major                     Source: Central Statistics Office, TechSci Estimates based on
  contributor in the growth of the primary sector followed by            “Advanced Estimates” provided by Directorate of Economics and
  forestry and fishing.                                                                                           Statistics of Maharashtra
                                                                                Sector-wise % share of GSDPµ -Geometric mean of YoY
                                                                                                      calculation from 2004-05 to 2014-15
  The World Bank in January 2017 will fund the state
  Government project namely Climate Resistant Agriculture to
  reclaim 5 lakh hectares saline lands, spread in 1,000
  villages. The World Bank will contribute US$ 416.484 out of
  the US$594.97 joint project.



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                                          ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION…(1/2)
 During 2015-16, production of pulses and oil seeds in the state                                                                 Annual production 2015-16
 was recorded at around 1.48 million tonnes and 2.08 million                                                 Crop
                                                                                                                                       (‘000 tonnes)
 tonnes, respectively.
 Sugarcane, cotton, onion, soya bean, banana, jowar (sorghum)
 and rice are some of the key agricultural products of                                             Sugarcane                                 72,089
 Maharashtra.                                                                                      Soya bean                                  1,853
 Total food grain production in the state stood at around 8.3                                      Groundnut                                  189
 million tonnes in 2015-16.
                                                                                                   Sunflower seed                               7
 As per the Agriculture Marketing and Farmer Friendly Reforms                                      Jowar (Kharif)                             314
 Index, the state secured the top position in pursuing farmer
 friendly policies during 2016.                                                                    Jowar (Rabi)                               1,383

  Area (‘000 hectares) and production (‘000 MT) of                                                 Rice                                       2,548
          horticulture crops in Maharashtra                                                        Wheat                                      720
                         24,265.2                 24,277.0                                         Bajra (millets)                            304
      18,378.3                                                       19,719.8
                                                                                                   Maize (Kharif)                             1,184
                                                2651.2
                       2649.2
    2380.2




                                                                   1673.9




                                                                                                   Maize (Rabi)                               336
                                                                                                   Total food grains (Kharif)                 5,036
                                                                                                   Total food grains (Rabi)                   3,353
             2012-13




                                2013-14




                                                         2014-15




                                                                            2015-16




                                                                                      Area         Total oilseeds (Kharif)                    2,052

                                                                                      Production   Total oilseeds (Rabi)                       28
                                                                                                   Total pulses (Kharif)                      576
                                      Source: Economic Survey of Maharashtra, 2015-16,
                                                           Indian Horticulture Database            Total pulses (Rabi)                        911

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                            ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION…(2/2)
                                                                                                       As per state budget 2016-17, the Government of
          Vegetable production in Maharashtra (‘000 MT)                                                Maharashtra proposed an outlay of US$ 12.22
                                                                                                       million under the scheme - “National Agriculture
Vegetable      2011-12        2012-13                2013-14             2014-15                       Development Scheme” in order to strengthen the
                                                                                                       production of pulses and oilseeds in the state.
  Onion         5,638          4,660                   5,864               5,864
 Potato          360               321                  370                370                         The     state    government      also     proposed
                                                                                                       establishment of organic farming research &
 Tomato         1,007          1,050                   1,200               1,200                       training centres across four universities related to
                                                                                                       agriculture for the endorsement of organic
          Sugarcane production in Maharashtra (million MT)                                             farming in the state.

                81.90      86.73                                91.53
                                         69.65       75.38                 72.08                       During 2015-16, the state recorded production of
      64.16
                                                                                                       5,803 thousand MT of onion.

                                                                                                    Production of pomegranates in Maharashtra
                                                                                                                    (‘000 MT)
     2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
                                                                                                   2011-12                               478
              Sugar production in Maharashtra (lakh MT)
                                                                        105.10                     2012-13                               408
                  90.70      90.00
      70.40                                  79.70           77.10
                                                                                                   2013-14                               945

                                                                                                   2014-15                              1,313

     2009-10     2010-11    2011-12        2012-13       2013-14        2014-15
                                         Source: Department of Agriculture & Co-operation, Ministry of Agriculture
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                                                        ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – FDI INFLOWS AND INVESTMENTS

    FDI equity inflows1, 2008-09 to 2014-17                                                                Approved and commissioned industrial projects for major industries
                  (US$ million)                                                                                       (1991-92 to 2015-16- up to October 2015)

12,431
                                                                                                                                                               Commissioned
                                                                                                                             Approved proposals
                                                                                                                                                               Projects
                                  9,553                                       9,511 10,016                 Industry                       Investment                         Investme
            8,249                                                                                                            No.          (US$                 No.           nts (US$
                       6,097                 6,361                 6,361                                                                  billion)                           billion)
                                                                                                           Metallurgical     1,909            15.43            935              5.61
                                                        3,420
                                                                                                           Chemicals &
                                                                                                                             2,839             9.15            1,386            3.40
                                                                                                           fertilizers
                                                                                                           Textile           1,998             7.64            933              2.59
                                                                                         2016-17(1)
                                                                               2015-16
  2008-09


             2009-10


                        2010-11


                                   2011-12


                                              2012-13


                                                         2013-14


                                                                    2014-15




                                                                                                           Electrical &
                                                                                                                             1,174             3.43            683              1.19
                                                                                                           electronics
                                                                                                           Sugar             1,532             5.87            235              1.28
According to the DIPP, cumulative FDI inflows1 in the
state of Maharashtra during April 2000 to December                                                         Processed
                                                                                                                             1,046             3.09            440              0.88
2016 stood at US$ 100.16 billion.                                                                          food


The state government has approved 19,053
industrial proposals during 1991-92 to 2015-16 (up to
October 2015). Chemicals & fertilisers followed by                                                                            Source: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Economic
                                                                                                                              1Includes
                                                                                                                                      Maharashtra, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu
textiles were the leading sectors in terms of industrial
proposals approved with cumulative share of 25.4%.


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               ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – MAHARASHTRA’S EXPORT TRENDS…(1/2)
 As of November 2015, Maharashtra’s exports totalled to around                         Exports trends (US$ billion)
 US$ 43.84 billion.

 Major products exported from the state are gems and jewellery,
                                                                                                          84.0
 software, textiles, readymade garments, cotton yarn, metal and                                                      76.9                  73.9
 metal products, agro-based products, engineering items, drugs and
                                                                                               67.6
 pharmaceuticals, and plastic and plastic items.
                                                                                                                                47.8
                                                                         49.2       48.1                                                              43.8
 Maharashtra is the largest producer of sugar in India. In May 2015,
 the Government of Maharashtra, approved a subsidy of US$ 16.7
 per ton (up to the extent of 800,000 tonnes) for the exports of raw
 sugar.

 In November 2015, Maharashtra sugar mills entered into a deal with




                                                                                                                                                       2015-16⁽¹⁾
                                                                          2008-09


                                                                                     2009-10


                                                                                                2010-11


                                                                                                           2011-12


                                                                                                                      2012-13


                                                                                                                                 2013-14


                                                                                                                                            2014-15
 neighbouring markets such as Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, etc., for
 exporting 2 lakh MT of white sugar. As per the announcement made
 by the state government in September 2015, Maharashtra is
 expected to export 4 million tonnes of sugar during 2015-16.
                                                                                               Source: Economic Survey of Maharashtra, 2015-16
                                                                                                         Note: 2015-16(1) : up to November 2015
 Coca Cola, a major soft drink producing giant will be procuring
 oranges from Vidarbha, Nagpur for producing juices, that would be
 sold worldwide. The production would take place at its Butibori plant




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             ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – MAHARASHTRA’S EXPORT TRENDS…(2/2)

 Maize exports from Maharashtra (million MT)                                  Pulses exports from Maharashtra (million MT)
                                                                                                                                      23.54
                                  223.76                                                                                 20.60
                        187.80                                                                             18.14
            151.60                           165.51                                                                                                               15.61
                                                                                            15.09
                                                         132.57                                                                                       13.03
  108.91                                                           103.15
                                                                                 7.56



  2009-10   2010-11     2011-12   2012-13    2013-14     2014-15   2015-16




                                                                                  2009-10



                                                                                             2010-11



                                                                                                               2011-12



                                                                                                                          2012-13



                                                                                                                                        2013-14



                                                                                                                                                        2014-15



                                                                                                                                                                   2015-16
               Source: APEDA, 1From April-August 2015
                                                                                                           Source: APEDA,           (1)From       April-August 2015



                                           Dairy product’s exports from Maharashtra (thousand MT)

                                                                              39.54
                                                                    21.83
                      8.32          11.35                                                              11.25
                                                       4.67                                                                5.99

                 2009-10          2010-11         2011-12          2012-13   2013-14           2014-15                   2015-16


                                                                                                               Source: APEDA, 1From April-August 2015

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                                                                                              STATE BUDGET 2016-17

    Revenue receipts of US$ 33.73 billion and revenue expenditure of US$ 34.29 billion were estimated during 2016-17.


                                   Budget- 2016-17                                                                       Budget- 2016-
              Plan                                                                  Plan
                                    (US$ million)                                                                       17 (US$ million)
  National Agriculture                                     Land acquisition and project displaced rehabilitation in
                                        12.22                                                                                 33.04
 Development Scheme                                        MIHAN.
 ‘Mahatma Gandhi Rural                                     Shelter for all- 2022 scheme                                      106.93
 Employment
                                       530.65              infrastructure development in Municipal council, Nagar
 Mission’ and ‘State Employment                                                                                              152.76
                                                           Panchayat
 Guarantee Scheme’
 Science, Technology &                                     Accelerate Nagpur and Pune metro project.                          27.49
                                         9.47
 Environment Annual plan                                   Maharashtra fire safety mission.                                    4.58
 Crop Insurance Scheme.                283.37              Rajiv Gandhi Jivandai Arogya Yojana                                45.82
 Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay Krishi
                                         9.16              Sarv Siksha Abhiyan                                               113.04
 Margdarshan Yojana
 Irrigation                              4.58              Nature Tourism                                                      7.21
 Irrigation projects included in                           Strengthening of tourist places.                                   43.53
 “Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai        317.44
 Yojana”                                                   Majhi Kanya Bhagyashree Yojana                                      3.81
  “Chief Minister Rural Road                               Preservation and conservation for Varli Art.                        9.16
                                        76.38
 Scheme”
                                                           Mumbai Metro phase-3.                                              13.82
 Electricity generation projects       119.76
                                                           Rajiv Gandhi Jivandai Arogya Yojana                                45.82
 Textile Industry                       40.48
 Road construction                     618.69                                                                Source: State Budget 2016-17


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                                                         PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – ROADS…(1/2)
The state is well connected to its 6 neighbouring states & other parts of India through 18 national highways. The 94.5 km long
Mumbai-Pune expressway is India's 1st 6-lane, concrete, high speed, tolled expressway, which connects the state capital & financial
hub, Mumbai, with the neighbouring industrial hub, Pune.
During 2015-16, with an investment of US$ 76.38 million, the state government executed - Chief Minister Rural Road Development
Scheme, for connecting those areas which are not included under PMGSY. As per budget 2016-17, the Government of Maharashtra
allotted an outlay of US$ 618.69 million for construction of roads in the state. Moreover, for enhancing the flow of traffic in the town of
Kalyan, the government proposed to establish the 21 km long Bhiwandi-Kalyan-Shilphata elevated road, with a proposed outlay of
US$ 6.11 million.
As on December 2015, the state government approved an elevated road project on Ghodbunder Road from Gaimukh for a proposed
investment of US$ 132.7 million, construction of a 3rd bridge on Thane creek at Vashi with a proposed investment of US$ 132.7
million, an elevated road at Bhiwandi-Kalyan-Shil Phata with a proposed investment of US$ 431.3 million, 4-lane Vakan-Pali-Khopoli
road at a proposed investment of US$ 82.94 million & an underground tunnel between Thane & Borivali.
The state government plans to construct a new proposed 8-lane highway, between Mumbai & Nagpur, in which concept of land
pooling will come into play. The project is worth US$6.84 billion and would be requiring 10000 hectares of land.

                                                                                      National highway length completed (km)
                                   Road length (km)
     Road type                                                                     391.00
                                   (as of 2015-16)
 National highways                       7,434.79                                                       250.50

 State highways                          40,000
                                                                                                                                124.00
 Major district roads                    50,232
 Other district roads                    52,761
                                                                                  2012-13               2013-14                 2014-15
 Village roads                           114,557
                                                                                              Source: Economic Survey of Maharashtra, 2015-16, NHAI
                                  Source: Economic Survey of Maharashtra, 2015-16, NHAI
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                                                     PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – ROADS…(2/2)

 Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) was                        Expenditure on road works under Pradhan Mantri Gram
 launched in 2000 with the objective of connecting eligible               Sadak Yojana in Maharashtra (US$ million)
 rural habitants. Until 2015, about 41,9971 km of road
 network has been completed across India, of which road                                            82.55
 length of 22,214 km was completed in Maharashtra.
                                                                              58.52

 In November 2015, the 785-meter long Vanjarpatti flyover in                                                             33.80
 Bhiwandi was inaugurated and constructed over a part of
 extended Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project (MUIP)

 As per budget 2016-17, the state government proposed an                     2013-14              2014-15               2015-16¹
 outlay of US$ 33.04 million for acquisition of land, special
 subsidy package, etc. under the MIHAN project during 2016-
                                                                                          Source: NHAI, Note: 1Up to October 2015
 17.

 As of November 2016, the government approved two and
 four-laning of three highway stretches - NH-930, NH-211                       Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
 (New NH-52) and NH-211 (New NH-52) in Maharashtra.                           (PMGSY)`(2015-16- up to July 2015)
                                                                      Habitations connected                     10724

                                                                      Length completed                        34852.06



                                                                                                                 Source: PMGSY



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                                                                  PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – RAILWAYS
The rail transport system of Maharashtra is very well developed. The state is
well-connected to other parts of the country with a railway network spanning           Metro/mono rail           Project           Current
6,103 km (including 378 km of Konkan Railway).                                             projects                cost         status/imple
As of February 2017, Central Railways is planning to run 52 special superfast                                     (US$           mentation
weekly trains to Sainagar Shirdi from Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Dadar              Mumbai Metro Rail
                                                                                             Project             million)     period
stations, so as to clear the extra rush of passengers during summer season.
During 2015-16, the state government initiated work on the 1st stage of             Phase IIA : Dahisar-                        Initiated from
                                                                                    D.N. Nagar (18.6 km)          979.22       February 2016
Phase-I CBD BelapurPendhar-Taloja MIDC-Kalamboli-Khandeshwar-Navi
Mumbai International Airport corridor, which is expected to be accomplished
by 2017. Work on the 11.1 km long Belapur-Pendhar road is under progress.           Phase III: Colaba-                          Tendering for
                                                                                    Bandra-SEEPZ (33.5           3,534.37       civil works in
As per budget 2016-17, the state government allocated US$ 27.49 million for         km)                                            progress
boosting the execution of Nagpur to Pune metro rail project. Moreover, for the
Phase II of Mumbai Metro line, an outlay of US$ 13.82 million has been
                                                                                    Phase IV: Wadala-                             Report on
proposed by the state government for 2016-17.                                       Ghatkopar-Thane-             2,917.81 feasibility study
US$ 1.61 billion was raised for the Mumbai Urban Transport Project III              Kasarwadavli (32 km)                          submitted
(MUTP III) by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for developing an elevated link
between Airoli & Kalwa that would help passengers to avoid interchange at                                                      Appointment of
Thane.                                                                              Phase VII: Andheri (E)-                         interim
                                                                                    Dahisar (E) (16.5 km)         948.37
                                                                                                                               consultant is in
The government has passed resolution to form Maharashtra Railway                                                                   progress
Infrastructure Development Company Ltd (MRIDC), being a joint partnership
between state government & Railway Ministry. The MRIDC shall have a                  Mumbai Mono Rail
working mandate on Railway projects in January 2017.                                        Project
The government in February 2017, has sanctioned construction of 7 new                                                              Phase I:
                                                                                    Wadala to Chembur &                           complete,
railway lines & several other projects, including Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus-     Sant Gadge Maharaj
Panvel fast elevated corridor, worth US$4.64 billion.                               Chowk (Jacob circle) to       375.80        Phase II:90%
                                                                                    Wadala   (20 km)                                 work
The Railway budget 2017, which came jointly with the Union Budget, has                                                            completed
apportioned US$ 5.72 billion for suburban rail projects & ongoing projects in
the state of Maharashtra.                                                       Source: Economic Survey of Maharashtra, 2015-16, State Budget 2016-17,
                                                                                               MMRDA: Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority
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                                                  PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – AIRPORTS…(1/2)
 There are seven domestic and four international airports
 functioning in Maharashtra. Domestic flights operate
 from Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Kolhapur,
 Juhu and Nanded, whereas international flights operate
 from Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune and Aurangabad. Mumbai
 airport is one of the busiest airports in India. To reduce
 congestion at the Mumbai International Airport, an idea
 for a new airport has been proposed at Navi Mumbai.

 During 2015-16, the state government proposed to
 establish an additional airport through PPP, in around
 four phases at Navi Mumbai with a view to minimize
 overcrowding at Mumbai International Airport. For this
 purpose, an amount of US$ 2.55 billion has been
 proposed by the Government of Maharashtra. The first
 phase of the project is expected to be executed by
 2019.

 As per budget 2016-17, the state government proposed
 an amount of US$ 9.16 million for the enhancement of
 airports (Solapur, Shirdi, Chandrapur, Karhad, Akola,
 Amaravati, etc) under the Airport Development Authority
 of Maharashtra.                                                                        International airport

                                                                                        Domestic airport



                                                                                                      Source: AAI (Airports Authority of India)

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                                         PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – AIRPORTS…(2/2)

                     Passengers (lakh)                  Aircraft movement (‘000)                          Freight (‘000 MT)
 Domestic
  airport
                2013-14    2014-15       2015-16     2013-14        2014-15         2015-16     2013-14        2014-15         2015-16

  Mumbai          218.8       252.1      300.5        188.3         195.4           220.2         181.1          207.7          209.0

    Pune           35.0        40.7       51.8        29.5           32.6            38.7         21.1           27.4            31.8

   Nagpur          13.6        13.6       15.2        12.5           13.5            12.6          5.1            5.6             6.0

 Aurangabad         4.4         4.2       2.9          4.0           4.1             3.7           0.8            1.3             1.4

                     Passengers (lakh)                  Aircraft movement (‘000)                          Freight (‘000 MT)
International
   airport
                2013-14    2014-15       2015-16     2013-14         2014-15         2015-16    2013-14        2014-15         2015-16

  Mumbai         103.41      114.30      116.24          72.36              74.09     76.38       467.64          486.54        496.24

    Pune           1.23        1.01       2.40               1.03            1.12     2.04           0.01                -       0.01

   Nagpur          0.45        0.44       0.74               0.48            0.54     0.84           0.42            0.44        0.43

                                                                                                    Source: Airports Authority of India

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                                                                       PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – PORTS

   Along a coast line of 720 km, there are two principal ports:
   Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) and Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
   (JNPT). In addition, there are 53 minor ports. During 2016-17,                      Minor Ports in Maharashtra
   up to February 2017, total traffic handled at the two major ports       •                   •                     •
                                                                               Manori              Harnai                Dahanu
   in Maharashtra was recorded at 1,137.65 lakh tonnes, of which
                                                                           •   Kalyan          •   Dabhol            •   Tarapur
   JNPT accounted for 561.92 lakh tonnes while, Mumbai port
                                                                           •   Thane           •   Palshet           •   Nawapur
   handled around 575.73 lakh tonnes of port traffic.
                                                                           •   Versova         •   Borya             •   Satpati
   The non-major ports of Maharashtra collectively handled                 •   Bandra          •   Jaigad            •   Kelwa-Mahim
   passenger traffic of around 113.57 passengers and cargo of              •   Trombay         •   Tiwri-Varoda      •   Arnala
   170.33 lakh tonnes, during 2015-16, till November 2015.                 •   Ulwa-Belapur    •   Purnagad          •   Datiware
                                                                           •   Panvel          •   Jaitapur          •   Uttan
                                                                           •   Mora            •   Vijaydurg         •   Bassein
                    Operational ports statistics
                                                                           •   Mandwa          •   Deogad            •   Bhiwandi
For major                                                                  •                   •                     •
                  2013-14      2014-15      2015-161       2016-171            Karaja              Achara                Alibag
ports                                                                      •                   •                     •
                                                                               Thal                Malvan                Revdanda
Traffic handled                                                            •   Rewas           •   Niwti             •   Borli / Mandla
                  1,215.17      1,254.6      1147.03        1137.65
(lakh MT)                                                                  •   Bankot          •   Vengurla          •   Nandgaon
                                                                           •   Kelshi          •   Redi              •   Murud-Janjira
For minor
                  2012-13      2013-14       2014-15       2015-161        •   Sriwardhan      •   Kiranpani         •   Rajpuri
ports
                                                                           •   Dharamtar       •   Ratnagiri         •   Mandad
Traffic handled                                               Not
                   241.98       247.74         96.43                       •   Kumbharu        •   Dighi
(lakh MT)                                                   available


                                                                                                           Source: India Ports Association
                                                                                                        1From April 2016 to February 2017

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                                                               PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – POWER

 As of August 2016, the state had a total installed power                           Installed power capacity (MW)
 generation capacity of 40,598.69 MW.
                                                                                                          16,813     40,589     40,598
                                                                                               34,005
 Thermal power contributed 29,922.19 MW to the total                                  30,354
 installed power generation capacity, followed by                         26,142
                                                                22,645
 renewable power, hydropower and nuclear power with
 contributions of 6,654.52 MW, 3,331.84 MW and 690.14
 MW, respectively.

                                                                2010-11   2011-12    2012-13   2013-14   2014-15    2015-16 2016-17(1)
 The private sector was the biggest contributor to the total
 installed thermal power generation capacity in
 Maharashtra with a capacity of 19,257.39 MW, followed                                           Source: Central Electricity Authority
                                                                                                                  1Upto August 2016
 by 14,314.97 MW under state utilities and 7,026.33 MW
 under central utilities.

 The state government also proposed a new scheme for
 improving electricity distribution system in the state. As
 per the budget 2016-17, an investment of US$ 45.98
 million has been projected by the government for this new
 scheme.

 In order to intensify the capacity of renewable energy
 sources in the state, the state government has professed
 a new energy policy, for which an investment of US$
 69.66 million has been proposed.


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                                                             PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – TELECOM
 According to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI),
 Maharashtra had 87.18 million wireless subscribers and 1.88              Telecom infrastructure (As of October 2016)
 million wireline subscribers, as of October 2016.
                                                                       Wireless subscribers                               87,183,302

 By the end of October 2016, 16,668,483 subscribers had                Wireline subscribers                               1,883,711
 submitted requests for mobile number portability in                   Internet subscribers                              30,620,0001
 Maharashtra. Moreover, the tele density in Maharashtra stood at
 101.70% as of October 2016.                                           Post offices                                        12,6012
                                                                       Tele density (percent)                               101.70
 As of April 2016, the state recorded 202,269 new telephone
 wireless connections of Tata, 4,979 new wireless connections of
                                                                   Source: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, February 2015, India Post,
 Vodafone and 18,148 new wireless connections of Reliance.
                                                                                  Ministry of Communications and Information Technology,
                                                                                                                     1As of September 2016
                                                                                                                    2As on December 2015



           Performance status of NOFN Project                                Major telecom operators in Maharashtra
                   (as of April 2016)
                                                                                Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)
 No. of GPs in phase-I                           12,055                       Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL)
 Pipe laid (km)                                  14,214                                      Bharti Airtel
 Cable laid (km)                                 10,906                                     Idea Cellular
                                                                                           Vodafone Essar
 GPs for which cable laid                        4,771
                                                                                     Reliance Communications
 No. of GPs lit                                   150                                     Tata Teleservices
                                                                                            Aircel Limited

                                                                                                  Source: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
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     DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: URBAN & SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE…(1/2)

  Under JNNURM, 2 schemes, namely, Basic Services to Urban Poor (BSUP) & Integrated Housing & Slum Development
  Programme (IHSDP) have been implemented by Maharashtra Housing & Area Development Authority.

  During 2016-17, the state government allocated US$ 152.76 million for “Maharashtra Suvarn Jayanti Nagrothan Mahaabhiyan”,
  which is being implemented in the state for creating basic urban amenities across various municipal councils & townships of the
  state.

  As of November 2015, Mahindra Life Space Developers Ltd bought a land in Maharashtra with the objective of developing a
  housing project aiding urbanisation in the state. In addition, the Maharashtra government is considering to aid the affordable
  housing concept with opening up of land parcels & plots that would lie under no development zones. For this, the government is
  planning to constitute Housing for all by 2022 policy for the urban population.

  As per under budget 2016-17, the state government has proposed an outlay of US$ 27.49 million in order to boost the
  development of metro rail projects in Nagpur & Pune. Moreover, for Maharashtra Fire Safety Mission in the state, an amount of
  US$ 4.58 million has been proposed by the state government.

  Under the Accelerated Irrigation Benefit Program (AIBP), the Centre released the 2nd & the biggest instalment of US$ 111.01
  million to the Maharashtra government, to speed up construction of 26 dams. The state is set to receive a total of US$ 51.94
  million as a part of the AIBP, until 2020.

  In March 2017, under the Prime Minister’s Irrigation Scheme, the government has allocated US$ 1.22 billion for the farmers, to
  start numerous irrigation projects while representing the Budget 2017. Out of the total amount, a partial amount of US$ 418.27
  million has been allocated for water resources.

  Mother Dairy plans to revamp an old plant in Nagpur & set up a new plant in Bhiwandi with an investment of around US$ 22.31
  million, in Maharashtra.                                                Source: Department of Environment, Government of Maharashtra,
                                                                                                   JNNURM, Ministry of Urban Development


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           DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: URBAN & SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE…(2/2)
                                           Urban Infrastructure Projects under JNNURM
                                                       Amount                       Project name                             Amount
 Project name                                           (US$                                                                  (US$
                                                       million)                                                              million)
Revised in BSUP scheme for construction of 219 Dus
                                                                    Integrated Civic Infrastructure Development
in Panch Zopda and Gopal Nagar slums in Nagpur,          1.76                                                                 20.04
                                                                    Project (ICIDP) Phase. I, Nagpur, Maharashtra
Maharashtra
                                                                    Revised DPR for "Construction of 1,694 Houses
BSUP scheme for construction of 279 Dus in Jat                            at four locations of Nagpur City for
                                                         2.06        Rehabilitation of Urban/Poor under JNNURM -              19.36
Tarodi slum in Nagpur,. Maharashtra
                                                                            BSUP- PPP scheme - Nagpur".
                                                                    Implementation of Integrated Housing Projects
Revised BSUP scheme for construction of 456 Dus in
                                                         2.53        (788 Dus) under BSUP at Nanded City. Dist.                5.38
5 slums of North Nagpur in Nagpur, Maharashtra.
                                                                               Nanded, Maharashtra.
Revised BSUP scheme for construction of 365 Dus in                  Implementation of Integrated Housing projects
Gopal Nagar and Bh. Anand Kausalyayan Nagar              4.45        (958 Dus) under BSUP at Nanded City. Distt.               6.97
slums in Nagpur Maharashtra                                                     Nanded, Maharashtra
                                                                    Implementation of Integrated Housing Projects
Revised BSUP scheme for construction of 630 Dus in
                                                         6.21        (1183 Dus) under BSUP at Nanded city. Dist.               8.87
Savitribai Phule Nagar slum in Nagpur, Maharashtra
                                                                                Nanded, Maharashtra
Revised BSUP scheme for construction of 1017 Dus                    Implementation of Integrated Housing projects
in Indira Nagar, Indiramata Nagar, Wanjara and Bokar     9.44       (1567 Dus) under BSUP at Nanded City. Distt.              11.84
nagar (4 slums) slums in Nagpur, Maharashtra                                   Nanded, Maharashtra
                                                                                Source: Department of Environment, Government of Maharashtra,
                                                                                                       JNNURM, Ministry of Urban Development
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        DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: KEY PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)
                                                        PROJECTS
                                                                                                                              Project Cost
                 Project Name                          PPP type             Sector                    Stage
                                                                                                                              (US$ million)
                                                                                                 Operation and
         4 laning Pune - Shirur Road                     (BOT)            Transport                                               16.04
                                                                                                maintenance stage

    Hydro Electric Power (Waghur) Project               (BOT)               Energy              Under construction                1.10

                                                                                                 Operation and
        Hydel Power (Vajra - III) Project               (BOT)               Energy                                                1.10
                                                                                                maintenance stage

    Hydro Electric Power (Urmodi) Project               (BOT)               Energy              Under construction                2.20

 Hydro Electric Power (Upper Vaitarna) Project          (BOT)               Energy              Under construction                2.20
                                                                          Social and
    School Building (Waddhamna) Project                (DBOOT)           commercial             Under construction                1.32
                                                                        infrastructure
    Hydro Electric Power (Temghar) Project              (BOT)               Energy              Under construction                2.93

                                                                                                 Operation and
       Water Supply Scheme (Tuljapur)                   (O&M)          Water sanitation                                           7.61
                                                                                                maintenance stage
   Hydro Electric Power (Parseoni) Project -                                                     Operation and
                                                        (BOT)               Energy                                                3.23
                  Package 2                                                                     maintenance stage

    Hydro Electric Power (Telbeila) Project             (BOT)               Energy              Under construction                14.67

                                            Source: DEA, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, BOT: Build-Operate-Transfer, DBOOT: Design-Build-
                                            Own-Operate-Transfer, O&M: Management Contract
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                                                               DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: SEZs … (1/3)
 Navi Mumbai Special Economic Zone (NMSEZ) is the agency responsible for the supervision and execution of SEZs in the state.

 As of July 2016, the state has 25 operational SEZs in the state across diversified sectors including textiles and apparel, food
 processing, footwear and leather products, multi-product, pharma, IT SEZs, etc.




                                        Some of the operational SEZs in Maharashtra

                     Name/Developer                                        Location                          Primary Industry
  Maharashtra Airport Development Company Ltd. (MIHAN SEZ)              Mihan, Nagpur                           Multi product
                SEEPZ Special Economic Zone                                 Mumbai                  Electronics and gems and jewellery
        Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation                    Aurangabad                            Engineering
                          Wipro Ltd.                                      Maharashtra                  Computer/electronic software
        Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation                        Pune                     Computer/electronic software

        Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation                      Nanded                     Chemicals & pharmaceuticals

             Khed Economic Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.                           Pune                       Engineering & electronics


        Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation                       Satara                             Engineering


                                                 Source: Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, SEZ: Special Economic Zone

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                                                              DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: SEZs … (2/3)
 In addition to operational SEZs, as of July 2016, Maharashtra had 9 SEZs with valid in-principle approvals, 59 SEZs with formal
 approvals and 51 SEZs with notified approvals.


                                           Some of the SEZs with formal approvals
                      Name/Developer                                      Location                         Primary industry
  Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation Limited
                                                                             Pune                                 IT/ITeS
  MIDC
  Syntel International Private Limited                                       Pune                                 IT/ITeS
  Serum Bio-pharma Park                                                      Pune                   Pharmaceuticals & biotechnology
  Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation                             Latur                           Agro-processing
  Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation                           Nanded                            Pharmaceuticals

  Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation                         Aurangabad                     Engineering & electronics

  Wokhardt Infrastructure Development Limited                            Aurangabad                           Pharmaceutical

  Hiranandani Builders                                                     Mumbai                                 IT/ITeS

  New Found Properties and Leasing Pvt. Ltd.                                Thane                                 IT/ITeS

  EON Kharadi Infrastructure Private Limited                                 Pune                                 IT/ITeS




                                                Source: Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, SEZ: Special Economic Zone

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                                                             DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: SEZs … (3/3)


                                   Some of the SEZs with valid in-principal approvals
                  Name/Developer                                           Location                               Primary industry
 Mumbai SEZ Limited                                          Gujarat Positra Port Infrastructure Ltd                  Multi-product

 Gitanjali Gems Limited                                               Nanded, Maharashtra                         Gems and jewellery

 ISPAT Industries Limited                                         Raigad District, Maharashtra                        Multi-product

 Gitanjali Gems Limited                                            Aurangabad, Maharashtra                        Gems and jewellery

 Gitanjali Gems Limited                                               Nagpur, Maharashtra                             Multi-product

 Maharashtra Airport Development Company Limited                      Nagpur, Maharashtra                                Power

 Gitanjali Gems Limited                                               Nashik, Maharashtra                            Multi-services

 Redi Port Ltd.                                           Post Redi, district Sindhudurg, Maharashtra                    FTWZ

 Quippo Infrastructure                                                Raigarh Maharashtra                             Engineering



                                         Source: Source: Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, SEZ: Special Economic Zone




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                                                                SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – EDUCATION
During 2015-16, Maharashtra’s education infrastructure
comprised 21 universities, 105,489 primary schools, 25,013
secondary & higher secondary schools. Primary schools had                         Education infrastructure (2015-16)
16,017 thousand students enrolled during the year, of which                                                      No. of         Student
7,509 thousand were girls, with 515 thousand teachers.             Institution
                                                                                                               Institution     Enrollment
Secondary schools in the state had 6,414 thousand enrolled
students, of which 2,920 thousand were girls, with 221             Primary schools                               105,489          16,017
thousand teachers. Government of Maharashtra is focusing           Secondary and higher secondary
on education of girls in the state. Various schemes such as                                                       25,013           6,414
                                                                    schools
Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, Ahilyabai Holkar Scheme
& Attendance Allowance Scheme have been introduced for             Engineering colleges (diploma,
                                                                                                                  1,093           346,515
promoting girl education in the state.                             graduate and post-graduate)
As per budget 2016-17, the state government allocated an           Industrial training institutes (itis)           824            134,767
amount of US$ 20.99 million for the “National Secondary
Education Mission” which was initiated by the central              Architecture colleges                            74             3,763
government, in association with the state government, and          Arts, science, commerce & law
aims at delivering quality education to all students                                                              2,249           961,576
                                                                     colleges
undergoing secondary education. Further, the state
government also decided to digitise all public libraries           Pharmacy                                        486            29,371
approved by the government, with an allocated amount of
US$ 2.62 million during 2016-17.
                                                                              Literacy rate (%) in Maharashtra, 2015-16
In addition, an outlay of US$ 113.04 million for Sarv Shiksha
Abhiyan has been proposed by the central & state                   Overall                                                 82.3
governments, collectively.
                                                                   Male                           88.4           Urban             88.7
As of February 2017, a total of 18,225 schools had
completed their self assessments, which is the 1st stage of        Female                         69.9           Rural              77
the new accreditation system Shaala Siddhi 2016, adopted
by all states in India.
                                                                          Source: Economic Survey of Maharashtra, 2015-16, State Budget 2016-17
                                                                                                                                   Census 2011
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                                                                                SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – HEALTH
               Health infrastructure (2015-16(1))                                             Health indicators of Maharashtra
State level hospitals                                          490                               (As of September 2015)
District hospitals                                             23                 Doctor to patient ratio                            1: 27,790(1)

Mobile medical units                                           13                 Registered doctors                                 148,575(1)

Sub-district hospitals with capacity of 50 beds                58                 Birth rate (per thousand persons)                     16.5

Sub-district hospitals with capacity of 100 beds               28                 Death rate (per thousand persons)                      6.2

Community health centres                                       458                Infant mortality rate (per thousand live births)       24

Rural hospitals/Cottage hospitals                              360                       Life expectancy at birth (years) (2-15-16)
Primary health centres                                        1,811               Male (2016-20)                                        69.9

Sub-centres                                                  10,580               Female (2016-20)                                      73.7

General hospitals                                               4
Orthopedic hospital                                             1                   As per budget 2016-17, an outlay of US$ 237.39 million
                                                                                    has been proposed by the state government for Public
Super specialty hospitals                                       2
                                                                                    Health Department. Moreover, for increasing the
Mental health institutes                                        4                   coverage of insurance being provided to beneficiaries in
                                                                                    the state, the state government proposed an allocation
Women hospitals                                                11
                                                                                    of US$ 45.82 million during 2016-17.
TB hospitals                                                    4
Health and family welfare training institution                  8

          Source: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India,
                                    Economic Survey of Maharashtra, 2015-16
                                                            (1)Until Dec 2015


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                                                                                CULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
   Cricket is the prominent sport in Maharashtra. Other popular sports are hockey & tennis.

   The state has a number of sports stadiums located in Mumbai, Pune & Nagpur. The most well-known ones are the
   Wankhede Stadium & the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai, the Nehru Stadium in Pune & the Vidarbha Cricket Association
   (VCA) Stadium in Nagpur.

   The state has a number of entertainment centres & multiplexes. The most famous entertainment centres include Essel
   World in Thane. The state is also home to almost all major multiplex chains in the country, including PVR Cinemas, Big
   Cinemas & Fun Cinemas. The state has a number of religious places, including the Siddhi Vinayak temple (Mumbai), Shirdi,
   Nasik & Sach Khand Shri Huzur Gurdwara (Nanded).

   The Gateway of India, Ajanta Ellora caves, Daulatabad Fort & Khandala are the main tourist destinations in the state. The
   Sahara Stadium in Pune has been built with modern outlook & state-of-the-art facilities; the stadium has a seating capacity
   of 36,000.

   In 2016, the state government formulated a new policy- "Maharashtra Tourism Policy 2016" & allocated US$ 43.53 million
   for the policy in order to intensify basic amenities across various tourist spots in the state.

   Under the New Sports Policy 2012, the Government of Maharashtra plans to set up public gyms at district sports complexes
   or municipal gardens.

   In November 2016, the state played host to Global Citizen Festival India, one of the biggest musical events in the country.




                                                                                    Source: Maharashtra Tourism, Government of Maharashtra

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                                                                                      AMRUT AND SMART CITIES
On the basis of population and the number of statutory towns, the Government of India shortlisted 10 cities, namely, Amravati,
Aurangabad, Greater Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Nagpur, Nashik, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Solapur & Thane under the Smart City project.
In November 2015, the UK government selected 2 cities of Maharashtra, that is, Pune & Amravati to develop as smart cities. The
agreement is expected to boost the Indo-UK trade.

As per budget 2016-17, the state government launched a scheme for smart city for delivering eco-friendly & ecological urban life to the
state’s citizens. Among the first selected 20 states, Pune & Solapur are also included. Moreover, the state government has also decided
to develop other 8 smart cities in the state as well.


                   Smart Cities in Maharashtra
                                                                                                                       Nagpur
                                                      Literacy
     Cities          Population    Area (sq. km)
                                                        rate                     Nashik
                                                                                          Aurangabad
     Pune            9,429,408        15,643          86.15%
                                                                          Bhiwandi
Greater Mumbai       12,478,447       603.40          89.73 %
    Nagpur           4,653,570         9,892          88.39%
    Nashik           6,107,187        15,530          82.31%             Mumbai Pune
  Aurangabad         3,701,282        10,107          79.02%
   Amravati           646,801           270           92.07%
 Navi Mumbai         1,119,477        163.00          89.62%
Kalyan-Dombivali     1,246,381         137.2          81.46%
    Solapur           951,118          148.9          82.80%
     Thane           1,818,872        147.00          89.41%                                                 Source: TechSci Research



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                                                                                                             KEY INDUSTRIES
 The resources, policy incentives, infrastructure and climate support investments in the state. Maharashtra Agro Industries
 Development Corporation, founded in 1965, is responsible for development of agro-based units in the state. MIDC is responsible for
 the development of industrial infrastructure. Maharashtra Small Scale Industries Development Corporation was formed in 1962 to
 provide new orientation and strength to the development of small-scale industries in the state. Its main objective is to aid, counsel,
 assist, finance, protect and promote interests of small industries.
 The Government of Maharashtra is promoting the development of several Special Economic Zones (SEZs) across Maharashtra for
 sectors such as IT/ITeS, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, textile, automotive & auto components, gems & jewellery and food
 processing. Till July 2015, the state has 25 operational SEZs, of which the majority share is contributed by IT/ITeS, engineering and
 electronics segment.

                 Establishment of MSME units
                                                                                 Key Industries in Maharashtra
                                Investment      Employment
   Year          MSME units                                            •   Pharmaceuticals
                               (US$ million)      (lakh)
                                                                       •   Biotechnology
 2007-08           10,244         348.46            1.39               •   IT and ITeS
 2008-09           11,682         503.36            1.71               •   Electronics
                                                                       •   Engineering
 2009-10           11,896         462.57            1.50
                                                                       •   Auto & auto components
 2010-11           14,496         849.83            1.87               •   Oil & gas
 2011-12           15,606         678.74            2.07               •   Food & agro processing
 2012-13           16,136                           2.06               •   Gems and jewellery
                                  833.33
                                                                       •   Banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI)
 2013-14           19,814         971.28            2.48
                                                                       •   Textiles
 2014-15           36,992        1,096.85           3.50
           (1)
                                                                              Source: Economic Survey 2015-16, MAIDC - Maharashtra Agro Industries
 2015-16           20,220         624.81            1.66                                          Development Corporation, (1)Up to September 2015


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                                                                                                 FINANCIAL SECTOR…(1/7)

 At current prices, the contribution of the banking and                       Banking and insurance contribution to GSDP
 insurance sector to the GSDP of the state increased at a                           at current prices (in US$ billion)
 CAGR of 8.18% between 2008-09 and 2014-15.
                                                                                                                               26.93     28.95
                                                                                                           26.96     25.86
 At constant prices, the contribution of banking and                                             23.98
                                                                           18.06      18.83
 insurance sector in the GSDP of the state increased at a
 CAGR of 4.57% between 2008-09 and 2014-15.


        Deposits and credit of scheduled commercial                       2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
           banks in Maharashtra by bank group
                   (January-March 2016)
                                                                              Banking and insurance contribution to GSDP
                No. of
                            Deposits                Credit
                                                                                   at constant prices (in US$ billion)
Bank group     banking
                          (US$ million)          (US$ million)
                offices                                                                                      25.71
                                                                                                   23.76                         22.97     25.12
                                                                                                                       23.12
                                                                              19.21      20.09
Rural           3,199       9,444.50               8,068.62

Semi-urban      2,554      15,586.01              10,336.21

Urban           1,807      24,609.75              12,851.99

Total           7,560      49,640.25              31256.81                  2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

                                                                           Source: Maharashtra Economic Survey 2015-16, Reserve Bank of India
                                          Source: Reserve Bank of India

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                                                                                                   FINANCIAL SECTOR…(2/7)

         ATMs deployed in Maharashtra, June 2014                                     ATMs deployed in Maharashtra, June 2015

                                                                                  21,574
   19,099



                                                                                               8,749         8,053
                 6,811         7,502
                                               4,473                                                                      4,481

                                                              313                                                                        291

    Total     Public Sector Private Sector State Bank   Foreign                    Total    Public Sector Private Sector State Bank   Foreign
                 Banks          Banks        Group    Banks in India                           Banks          Banks        Group    Banks in India


                                           Source: Reserve Bank of India                                              Source: Reserve Bank of India

     ATMs deployed in Maharashtra, June 2016
 23,321




               9,449          8,920
                                               4,683
                                                               269

 Total      Public Sector Private Sector     State Bank   Foreign Banks
               Banks          Banks            Group         in India

                                            Source: Reserve Bank of India
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                                 Scheduled commercial banks in Maharashtra

  Reserve Bank of India   Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was founded in 1935 and is recognised as India's central banking
                          institution. RBI also controls the monetary policy of the Indian rupee. RBI is headquartered in
                          Mumbai, Maharashtra and has 19 regional offices and nine sub offices.
                          Monetary authority, supervision of the financial systems, foreign exchange management and
                          currency issuing are the major functions of the Reserve Bank of India.

                          Foundation year: 1956 (owned by Government of India)
                          Banking services: Credit cards, consumer banking, corporate banking, finance and insurance,
   State Bank of India    investment banking, mortgage loans, private banking, wealth management
                          Total assets: US$ 447.92 billion; Total income: US$ 12.54 billion ( H1 2015-16)
                          Headquarters & employees: Headquartered in Mumbai with over 300,000 employees

                          Website: www.sbi.co.in

                          Foundation year: 1906 (state owned commercial bank)
                          Banking services: Commercial banking, retail banking, private banking, asset management,
     Bank of India        mortgages, credit cards
                          Total assets: US$ 103.73 billion; Total income: US$ 6.94 billion (2015-16)
                          Headquarters & infrastructure: Bank is based in Mumbai with over 4,500 branches and over
                          1,000 ATMs all over India
                          Website: www.bankofindia.com




                                                                                    Source: Reserve Bank of India, Bank websites


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                                                                                  FINANCIAL SECTOR …(4/7)

                                 Scheduled commercial banks in Maharashtra

                          Foundation year: 1919 (owned by Government of India)
   Union Bank of India    Banking services: Consumer banking, corporate banking, finance and insurance, investment
                          banking, mortgage loans, private banking, private equity, wealth management, agriculture loan
                          Total assets: US$ 63.07 billion; Total income: US$ 5.43 billion (2015-16)
                          Headquarters & Employees: Bank is based in Mumbai with over 28,000 employees and more
                          than 4,000 ATMs
                          Website: www.unionbankofindia.co.in

                          Foundation year: 1935 (the bank has the largest network of branches in Maharashtra and is a
                          public sector bank)
   Bank of Maharashtra    Banking services: Loans, credit cards, savings, investment vehicles, insurance, investment
                          banking, mortgage loans, private banking etc.
                          Total assets: US$ 24.22 billion; Total income: US$ 2.14 billion (2015-16)
                          Headquarters & infrastructure: Based in Pune, and reaches out to 15 million customers with
                          2,000 branches in 29 states
                          Website: www.bankofmaharashtra.in

                          Foundation year: 1911 (one of oldest commercial banks owned by the government)
  Central Bank of India   Banking services: Core banking services are loans, credit cards, savings, investment vehicles,
                          and insurance, investment banking, mortgage loans, private banking etc.
                          Total assets: US$ 51.7 billion; Total income: US$ 4.25 billion (2015-16)
                          Headquarters & infrastructure: Headquartered in Mumbai with over 4,000 branches in 27 Indian
                          states and 270 extension counters
                          Website: www.centralbankofindia.co.in


                                                                                      Source: Reserve Bank of India, Bank websites

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