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Come Invest in Africa: The continent of the futureOrganized by Knowledge Partner

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tesysysysyysysys1About UsStarted in 2002With the aim of providing multiple services to companies wishing to engage in any business expansion.Team StrengthDedicated team of over 35 employees and 15 freelancers, with rich industry experience and domain expertise.Global PresenceWell equipped offices in India and Dubai, also present in 20 countries and 5 cities in India through channel partners.Sectors ServedProvide actionable insights to companies across a range of industries such as Healthcare, Energy, Retail among others.One-Stop-Shop

2Services In-Depth Market Assessment Market Entry Strategies Key Account Assessment Strategic AdvisoryStrategic ConsultingDealer / Distributor Network Setup Dealer Identification Due Diligence Signing Up Existing Dealer Performance Assessment & ImprovementSME Business Setup Support Strategies & Planning for Start-ups Location Analysis Setting up of Representative Office Regulatory Compliance Assistance Marketing Plans Formation Warehousing

India-Africa TradeSource: Department of Commerce

Key Highlights

India Africa trade reached US$ 68 Billion in 2013-14 growing at CAGR of 14.83% over past four years

Exports to Africa grew at 24% CAGR, while imports increased at a CAGR of 9%

Africa offers a huge market for Indian manufacturing goods like textiles, pharmaceuticals and automobiles etc.

India has enormous expertise in healthcare, education, IT and healthcare etc. sectors to offer

Source: Department of Commerce

4EXIM by RegionSource: Department of CommerceSource: Department of Commerce

Key Highlights

East and South African regions are Indias strongest export destinations

West and South Africa are the biggest import partners of India

Albuminoidal substances; and Modified starches are the major import commodities

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their distillation; and Bituminous substances are the chief export commodities

5FDI Avenues: Global Perspective

From all over the world, the highest FDI inflows were observed in South Africa, Mozambique, Nigeria, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, and SudanThe key sectors which received Greenfield FDI investment in 2013-14 include:

PrimaryMining, quarrying and petroleum

Manufacturing- Food, beverages and tobacco- Textiles, clothing and leather- Non-metallic mineral products Motor vehicles and other transport equipment

Services- Electricity, gas and water- Construction- Transport, storage and communications- Business servicesSource: World Investment Report (UN), 2014

Source: UNCTAD, FDI-TNC-GVC Information System, FDI/TNC database; (www.unctad.org/fdistatistics).6FDI Avenues: India Perspective

India invested nearly US$ 5.6 Billion in African Greenfield projects in 2013Prospective FDI Avenues

Healthcare

Education and Skill development

Textile and Leather

Infrastructure and Power

Agribusiness and Food Processing

7Healthcare

Healthcare in AfricaOpportunities in HealthcarePAN Africa e-Network Expansion (Telemedicine)Pharmaceuticals Delivery (Generics)Trained Medical ProfessionalsMobile-HealthDisease Burden (Ebola, Malaria, HIV)Healthcare Infrastructure Development

Healthcare Workers (1.15 healthcare workers for per 1000 people)Healthcare Infrastructure (Lack of hospitals/clinics)

8Education

Education in AfricaOpportunities in EducationExpansion of PAN Africa e-Network (Tele-Education)Development Programmes (e.g. Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation- ITEC)Trained Teachers/ ProfessorsOnline-EducationBuilding Education/Skill Development InfrastructurePoverty (Low income levels)Skilled Manpower (Shortage of Teachers/ Professors)Education Infrastructure (Lack of schools/colleges/ vocational institutes)

9Textile & Leather

Textile/Leather in AfricaOpportunities in Textile & LeatherInitiatives like C-Tap (Cotton Technical Assistance Programme)Mini Mission IV (development of cotton ginning and pressing factories) Tie-ups with Indian InstitutesReady Made Garment ExportsSurging Textile IndustryLivestock and Production of Leather

Cotton Production

10Infrastructure

Infrastructure in AfricaOpportunities in InfrastructureClean Energy /Power/ Generation & Electricity GridsManpower with Technical Education ICT InfrastructureCommercial/Residential/ Healthcare/Education InfrastructurePower (Shortage of electricity/ clean power generation)Roads & Highways (Lack of proper connectivity)Cargo Ship Ports/Air ports

Healthcare/Education Infrastructure

11Agribusiness & Food Processing

Agribusiness & Food Processing in AfricaOpportunities in Agribusiness/Food Processing Food Processing Technology and InfrastructureEnsuring Food SecurityTrained Human ResourceTechnology for Agriculture Productivity AugmentationAgriculture Technology (Less Development and Penetration)Food Processing (Shortage of technology & infrastructure)Food Security (Lack of production and political instability)

12Challenges

Unstable Business EnvironmentEbola CrisisTough Entry in Pharmaceutical SectorBottlenecks in Trade/InvestmentPoor Logistics SupportLack of Power/ Manufacturing Infrastructure Shortage of Education and Healthcare InfrastructureLack of Bilateral Investment TreatiesCapturing the Opportunities The Way Forward

Create Infrastructure for ManufacturingExpand ICT Infrastructure for Education & HealthcareInfrastructure Development for Power/EnergyImprove Logistics SupportSign more Bilateral Investment TreatiesEstablish Trade Facilitation Centers in AfricaAfrica Focused Technology Transfer Initiatives14SHUSHMUL MAHESHWARIFounder and CEO

E mail: shushmul@rncos.com

Address: B 129, Sector 6,Noida, Uttar PradeshIndia 201301

Phone: +91 120 4224700 Ext 206Website: www.rncos.comContactFor More Information