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INDIA AT A GLANCE

Economic Profile

Gross Domestic Product for the year 2012-13 [at current prices] : US$ 1742.56 billion (Rs 94619.79 bn)

Gross Domestic Product for the year 2012-13 [at constant (2004-05) prices]: US$ 1013.63 billion (Rs 55034.76 bn)


Gross Domestic Product growth rate during 2012-13 (at constant prices): 5.0 per cent


Per capita income for the year 2012-13 [at current prices] :
US$ 1266.41 (Rs 68747 )


Per capita income for the year 2012-13 [at constant (2004-05) prices]: US$ 721.06 (Rs 39143)


Growth rate in per capita income [at constant (2004-05) prices]: 2.9 per cent


National Income for the year 2012-13 [at current prices]: US$ 1540.61 billion (Rs 83685.71 bn)

Growth rate in National Income [at current prices]:13.1 per cent


National Income for the year 2012-13 [at constant (2004-05) prices]: US$ 877.38 billion (Rs 47648.19 bn)

Growth rate in National Income [at constant (2004-05) prices]: 4.2 per cent


Forex Reserves (As on March 1, 2013):
US$ 290.57 billion


Exports (February 2013):
US$ 26.26 billion


Cumulative value of Exports (April- February 2013): US$ 265.95 billion


Imports (February 2013):
US$ 41.18 billion


Cumulative value of Imports (April- February 2013):
US$ 448.04 billion


Amount of FDI inflows for 2012-13 (for December 2012):
US$ 1.1 billion


Total FDI Inflows Into India (equity inflows + re-invested earnings + other capital)(from April 2012 to December, 2012):
US$ 27.19 billion


Cumulative Amount of FDI Equity Inflows (excluding, amount remitted through RBI’s-NRI Schemes) (from April, 2000 to December, 2012): US$ 187.80 billion


Top 10 Sectors attracting highest FDI inflows:
During December 2012, top 10 Sectors attracting highest FDI inflows were: Services Sector (19 per cent), Construction development: Townships,housing, built-up infrastructure* (12 per cent), Telecommunications (7 per cent), Computer Software & Hardware (6 per cent), Drugs & Pharmaceuticals (5 per cent),Chemicals (other than Fertilizers) (5 per cent), Power (4 per cent), Automobile Industry (4 per cent), Metallurgical Industries (4 per cent), Hotel & Tourism (3 per cent) .

*In line with the extant FDI policy, the Sectors “ Housing and Real Estates” &” Construction Activities” have been renamed as construction development: Townships, housing, built-up infrastructure and construction development projects and construction (Infrastructure) activities, respectively.


Top 10 Investing Countries:
Top 10 investing countries during December 2012 were: Mauritius (38 per cent), Singapore (10 per cent),U.K (9 per cent), Japan (7 per cent), U.S.A (6 per cent),Netherlands (5 per cent), Cyprus (4 per cent), Germany (3 per cent), France (2 per cent), U.A.E (1 per cent) .


Indian States & UTs

States

Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh
Assam Bihar
Chhattisgarh Goa
Gujarat Haryana
Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir
Jharkhand Karnataka
Kerala Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra Manipur
Meghalaya Mizoram
Nagaland Orissa
Punjab Rajasthan
Sikkim Tamil Nadu
Tripura Uttarakhand
Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

Union Territories

Andaman & Nicobar Chandigarh
Daman & Diu Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Delhi Lakshadweep
Puducherry  

 

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