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Indian Economy in 2014

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Indian Economy in 2014

  1. 1. INDIAN ECONOMYINDIAN ECONOMY Presented by:-Presented by:- Rakesh KumarRakesh Kumar Gurjeet KaurGurjeet Kaur
  2. 2. INDIAN ECONOMYINDIAN ECONOMY  Location : AsiaLocation : Asia  Capital: New DelhiCapital: New Delhi  Financial Capital : Mumbai, MaharashtraFinancial Capital : Mumbai, Maharashtra  India: Developing CountryIndia: Developing Country  Rank: 10Rank: 10thth ( nominal GDP)/ 3( nominal GDP)/ 3rdrd (PPP)(PPP)  Currency: 1 Indian Rupee (INR) = 100 PaisaCurrency: 1 Indian Rupee (INR) = 100 Paisa  Trade Organizations : WTO, SAFTA, BRIC, G-Trade Organizations : WTO, SAFTA, BRIC, G- 20 and others20 and others
  3. 3. StatisticsStatistics  GDPGDP : $1.87 trillion: $1.87 trillion  GDP GrowthGDP Growth : 4.7% (2013): 4.7% (2013)  GDP Per CapitaGDP Per Capita : $1504 (nominal: 130: $1504 (nominal: 130thth ; 2013); 2013)  InflationInflation : 8.79% (Jan.,2014): 8.79% (Jan.,2014)  UnemploymentUnemployment : 3% Urban, 2% Rural: 3% Urban, 2% Rural  Main IndustriesMain Industries : agriculture, petroleum products,: agriculture, petroleum products, chemicals, pharmaceuticals,chemicals, pharmaceuticals, software, textiles, steel, transportationsoftware, textiles, steel, transportation equipment, machinery, cement,equipment, machinery, cement, mining, constructionmining, construction
  4. 4. EXPORTEXPORT • ExportExport : $296.8 billion: merchandize exports,: $296.8 billion: merchandize exports, $145.6 billion: services exports,$145.6 billion: services exports, $442.4 billion: total (2012)$442.4 billion: total (2012) • Export GoodsExport Goods : software, petrochemicals, agriculture: software, petrochemicals, agriculture products, jewelry, engineeringproducts, jewelry, engineering goods, pharmaceuticals, textiles,goods, pharmaceuticals, textiles, chemicals, transportation parts, oreschemicals, transportation parts, ores and other commoditiesand other commodities • Main ExportMain Export : EU 16.8% ; US 12.8% ; UAE 12.4% ;: EU 16.8% ; US 12.8% ; UAE 12.4% ; PartnersPartners : China: China 5.1% ; Singapore 4.7% (2012)5.1% ; Singapore 4.7% (2012)
  5. 5. IMPORTIMPORT • ImportImport : $488.6 billion: merchandize imports,: $488.6 billion: merchandize imports, $128.1 billion: services imports,$128.1 billion: services imports, $616.7 billion: total (2012)$616.7 billion: total (2012) • Import goodsImport goods : crude oil, gold and precious stones,: crude oil, gold and precious stones, electronics, engineering goods,electronics, engineering goods, chemicals, plastics, coal and ores,chemicals, plastics, coal and ores, iron and steel, vegetable oil and otheriron and steel, vegetable oil and other commoditiescommodities • Main ImportMain Import : China 11.1% ; EU 11.1% ; UAE 7.7%: China 11.1% ; EU 11.1% ; UAE 7.7% PartnersPartners Saudi Arabia 6.7% ; Switzerland 5.9%Saudi Arabia 6.7% ; Switzerland 5.9% (2012)(2012)
  6. 6. PUBLIC FINANCEPUBLIC FINANCE  Public debtPublic debt 66.7% of GDP (2013)66.7% of GDP (2013)  Budget deficitBudget deficit 4.8% of GDP (2012–13)4.8% of GDP (2012–13)  RevenuesRevenues $181.3 billion billion (2013 est.)$181.3 billion billion (2013 est.)  ExpensesExpenses $281.6 billion billion (2013 est.)$281.6 billion billion (2013 est.)  Economic aidEconomic aid $2.107 billion (2008)$2.107 billion (2008)  Credit ratingCredit rating BBB- (Domestic)BBB- (Domestic) BBB- (Foreign)BBB- (Foreign) BBB+ (T&C Assessment)BBB+ (T&C Assessment) Outlook: StableOutlook: Stable (Standard & Poor's)(Standard & Poor's)  Foreign reservesForeign reserves $316.39 billion$316.39 billion
  7. 7. CURRENCYCURRENCY YearYear Rupee per US $Rupee per US $ (average annual)(average annual) 19751975 8.40588.4058 19801980 7.88007.8800 19851985 12.364012.3640 19901990 17.499217.4992 19951995 32.419832.4198 20002000 44.940144.9401 20052005 44.100044.1000 20102010 45.739345.7393 20132013 58.551558.5515
  8. 8. SECTORSSECTORS SectorsSectors Contribution toContribution to GDP ( %)GDP ( %) Contribution toContribution to Employment (%)Employment (%) AgricultureAgriculture 1717 5151 IndustryIndustry 2626 2222 ServiceService 5757 2727
  9. 9. Impact of Declining GDP growth on Indian EconomyImpact of Declining GDP growth on Indian Economy  Effect on Sensex and NiftyEffect on Sensex and Nifty  Adverse Effect on Agricultural GrowthAdverse Effect on Agricultural Growth  Severe Impact on Manufacturing andSevere Impact on Manufacturing and Services SectorServices Sector
  10. 10. EFFECT OF IMPORT & EXPORT ONEFFECT OF IMPORT & EXPORT ON INDIA ECONOMYINDIA ECONOMY  It effect our holding of foreignIt effect our holding of foreign currency, thereby it is indirectly effectcurrency, thereby it is indirectly effect the value of Indian rupee currency. the value of Indian rupee currency.   More you export is create more holdingMore you export is create more holding of foreign currency then automaticallyof foreign currency then automatically it appreciate our Indian currency. it appreciate our Indian currency.   More import create depreciation ofMore import create depreciation of value of Indian currency. value of Indian currency. 
  11. 11. THANKTHANK YOUYOU

Editor's Notes

  • WTO : The World Trade Organization (WTO) is an organization that intends to supervise and liberalize international trade
     BRIC is a grouping acronym that refers to the countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China, which are all deemed to be at a similar stage of newly advanced economic development
    The South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) is an agreement reached on 6 January 2004 at the 12th SAARC summit inIslamabad, Pakistan. It created a free trade area of 1.6 billion people in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistanand Sri Lanka
    The Group of Twenty (also known as the G-20 or G20) is a forum for the governments and central bank governors from 20 major economies
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