Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh is the leading state to have developed sector-specific policies such as forming industrial clusters and developing infrastructure like biotech parks, textile parks and hardware parks. Natural resources, policy incentives and infrastructure in the state are favorably suited for investments in sectors such as drugs and pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, IT and ITeS, mines and minerals, textiles, leather and tourism. The state also has separate development departments for sectors such as solar power, electronic hardware and food processing.

Capital | Population Hyderabad | 49.67 million
State GDP & Growth Rate – GDP State GDP is around US$ 77.2 billion and the growth rate is approx. 15.02 %.
Per capita income The per capita income is about US$ 1400
Political Scenario The Government of Andhra Pradesh is the governing authority of the state of Andhra Pradesh. Telugu Desam Party is the ruling party since 2014.
Key Sectors / Industries Industries like Agro and food-based, biotechnology, bulk drugs and pharmaceuticals, IT and ITeS, textile and leather, tourism, automotive and auto components, gems and jewellery have a well-established business.
Emerging markets / opportunities
  • - Biotechnology
  • - Mines and Minerals
  • - Agro-Food processing Industry
  • - Information Technology
Business Scenario /Government Initiatives
  • Andhra Pradesh is planning to add another 8,400 MW power capacity plant under the nuclear power project. The state provides ample opportunities for pharma companies due to availability of ports, pharma city, international airport, large parcels of land for expansion and good effluent treatment facilities. The central government is planning to develop as agro-based and food-processing hubs and as the fisheries and sea-food hub. The government provides financial assistance in the form of investment grants to the extent of 30.0 per cent of cost of plant and machinery for small scale industries (SSI) and 20.0 per cent of cost of plant and machinery for other units, subject to a ceiling of US$ 120,000 for Technology Upgradation or/and expansion. The state has 17 operational SEZs across diversified sectors which include textiles and apparel, food processing, footwear and leather products, multi-product, pharma, IT SEZs

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