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Business in Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad

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Andhra Pradesh: industrial hub of South India. Visakhapatna

  1. Introduction to the State of Andhra Pradesh (India)
  2. Economy of Andhra Pradesh: The industrial hub in South India
  3. Investment in Andhra Pradesh
  4. Business Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh:
    1. Automotive
    2. Agro-Food
    3. Pharmaceutical
    4. Biotechnology
    5. Information Technology (IT)
  5. Business in Hyderabad
  6. Port of Visakhapatnam
  7. Case Study:
    1. Bharat Biotech
    2. Heritage Foods
    3. Sanghi Group
    4. Mahindra Satyam

Online Student Master in International Business

Foreign Trade and Business in India (Bharat)

International Trade and Business in Andhra Pradesh

The State of Andhra Pradesh (Economic Area of the Hindu Civilization) is advantageously situated in India.

  1. Andhra Pradesh: the second largest coastal line in India with an area of 970 kilometers
  2. Andhra Pradesh: the third largest Indian State (276,754 km²)
  3. Total population of Andhra Pradesh: 76 million people
  4. The capital of Andhra Pradesh is Hyderabad
  5. Andhra Pradesh is more and more being recognized as the industrial activity hub in South India
  6. Andhra Pradesh ranks among the fastest growing Indian States (8.35% annual economic growth)
  7. Andhra Pradesh has a vast pool of scientific and technical human resources (75% of the engineering graduates in India comes from Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala)
  8. 23% of the software professionals in the United States are from Andhra Pradesh
  9. The Port of Visakhapatnam is the gateway to the East Coast of India. The Port of Visakhapatnam performs a crucial function as the international distribution hub for the Indian market
  10. Andhra Pradesh is the home of several leading industrial and information technology companies
  11. Andhra Pradesh is leader in India in Information Technology and IT enabled services

Strategic sectors for investing in Andhra Pradesh.

  1. Andhra Pradesh is the leading Indian State in several agro-based industries (Sugar, edible oil, and seafood)
  2. Andhra Pradesh ranks among the largest producers of food grains, fruits, vegetables, cotton, maize, dairy, and poultry products in India (Bharat)
  3. Andhra Pradesh is home to many manufacturing and service industries: Information Technology, Bulk drugs and pharmaceuticals, Agro-processing, Mineral based industries, Engineering, textiles, leather products, Gems, and jewellery
  4. Andhra Pradesh emerges as the back office of the world, placing as a preferred investment destination for global ICT Community from Business Process Outsourcing to KPO, Technology to Research and Development, Design, Telecom, Animation to Gaming
  5. Some reputed companies have made Andhra Pradesh their home: Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Dell, GE, HSBC, the Bank of America, Deloitte, Motorola, Nokia, Convergys, Google, Amazon, HCL, Satyam
  6. The Automotive sector has a strong presence in Andhra Pradesh owing to a broad base of automotive component producers and a large pool of trained and skilled human resources
  7. Andhra Pradesh has a dominant position in the bulk drugs and pharmaceutical sector; Hyderabad accounts for 33% of total bulk drug production in India (Bharat)
  8. Andhra Pradesh accounts for 23% of the Indian tourist arrivals in India and 2.7% of international tourists visiting Andhra Pradesh
  9. The Agriculture sector contributes 19% to the GDP of Andhra Pradesh, providing employment to 65% of Andhra Pradesh population. Andhra Pradesh is gifted with a bounty of natural resources
  10. Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh, is centrally situated and exudes an enormous potential to be transformed into a transit hub of South Asia: easy access to the most economically developed countries like Japan, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Thailand, New Zealand, and Australia

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