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Industrial Sector

Industrial Sector

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Economic Policies of AP Economic Policies of AP

1.

1. Single Single Desk Desk Policy Policy 2015-202015-20 2.

2. Industrial Industrial Development Development Policy Policy 2015-202015-20 3.

3. Micro, Small Micro, Small and Mand Medium Enterprises edium Enterprises Policy 2015-20Policy 2015-20 4.

4. Retail Retail Trade Trade Policy Policy 20162016 5.

5. Port Port Policy Policy 2015-202015-20 6.

6. Aerospace Aerospace and and Defence Defence Manufacturing Manufacturing Policy Policy 2015-202015-20 7.

7. Automobile Automobile and Aand Auto uto Components Components Policy 2015-20Policy 2015-20 8.

8. Civil Civil Aviation Aviation Policy Policy 20152015 9.

9. Textile Textile and and Apparel Apparel Policy Policy 2015-202015-20 10. Biotechnology Policy 2015-20 10. Biotechnology Policy 2015-20 11. F

11. Food Processing Policood Processing Policy 2015-20y 2015-20 12. F

12. Fisheries Policy isheries Policy 20152015 13.

13. IT and Electronics Policy 2014-20IT and Electronics Policy 2014-20 14. Solar Policy 2015

14. Solar Policy 2015

15. Wind Power Policy 2015 15. Wind Power Policy 2015 16. T

16. Tourism Policy 2ourism Policy 2015-20015-20

Single Desk Policy 2015-20

Single Desk Policy 2015-20

 Government of Andhra Government of Andhra Pradesh is Pradesh is committed to attracting committed to attracting and facilitatingand facilitating industrial investments in the state by ensuring

industrial investments in the state by ensuring highest ease of doing businesshighest ease of doing business.. To that end, the Single Desk Policy will be a key instrument in achieving this goal. To that end, the Single Desk Policy will be a key instrument in achieving this goal.   The  The Single Desk Bureau (Bureau) will be chaired by the Commissioner ofSingle Desk Bureau (Bureau) will be chaired by the Commissioner of

Industries

Industries  and shall comprise of Head of Departments (HoDs) from  and shall comprise of Head of Departments (HoDs) from departments.

departments.

 District Industries Promotion Committee (DIPC) chaired by the DistrictDistrict Industries Promotion Committee (DIPC) chaired by the District Collector 

Collector   shall act as the Empowered Committee at the District Level. It shall  shall act as the Empowered Committee at the District Level. It shall provide approvals & clearances for setting up new industrial units and for provide approvals & clearances for setting up new industrial units and for expansion of existing industrial units in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise expansion of existing industrial units in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise sector in line with the threshold investment limits defined from time to time as per sector in line with the threshold investment limits defined from time to time as per the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006.

the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006.

 Time taken Time taken to obtain to obtain all clearances all clearances to set to set up industry up industry is core is core to measuring to measuring thethe ease of doing business.

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ecosystem to provide all

ecosystem to provide all clearances required to setup industry within 21clearances required to setup industry within 21 working days

working days..

This shall be achieved by adopting following measures:

This shall be achieved by adopting following measures: Measures to simplifyMeasures to simplify process and procedures

process and procedures  Spot Spot approvalsapprovals

 Deemed Deemed approvals approvals based based on on self self certificationcertification  Streamline Streamline proceduresprocedures

 Parallel Parallel processing processing of of clearancesclearances

 Assignment Assignment of of inspection inspection to to private private technical technical expertsexperts Policy:

Policy: Review of applicable Acts, Rules and policies ofReview of applicable Acts, Rules and policies of respective Competentrespective Competent  Authorities with the objective of speedy clearances

 Authorities with the objective of speedy clearances..

Institutional

Institutional: Strengthening capacity of respective Competent Authorities, District: Strengthening capacity of respective Competent Authorities, District Industries Centres (DICs) etc.

Industries Centres (DICs) etc. Process Streamlining

Process Streamlining: Streamlining operations of respective Competent Authorities: Streamlining operations of respective Competent Authorities and Nodal Agencies by effective monitoring and tracking by investors as well as and Nodal Agencies by effective monitoring and tracking by investors as well as Competent Authorities

Competent Authorities

Industrial Development Policy 2015-20

Industrial Development Policy 2015-20

 Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, over the over the years, years, has established has established a strong a strong presence in presence in agro andagro and food processing, textiles, chemicals & petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, food processing, textiles, chemicals & petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, metallurgy, electronics and electrical engineering sectors.

metallurgy, electronics and electrical engineering sectors.  Sector Sector wise wise major major districts districts by by outputoutput

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 IndustrialIndustrial development promotes higher capital formation, raises wagedevelopment promotes higher capital formation, raises wage incomes and absorbs surplus workforce to bring about equitable incomes and absorbs surplus workforce to bring about equitable development

development. Therefore the State Government has accorded top priority to. Therefore the State Government has accorded top priority to industrial growth as a means to mitigate poverty and unemployment. Andhra industrial growth as a means to mitigate poverty and unemployment. Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Policy, 2015-20 aims

Pradesh Industrial Development Policy, 2015-20 aims to establish statto establish state-of-the-are-of-the-artt infrastructure, promote manufacturing, enhance inclusivity, foster innovation and infrastructure, promote manufacturing, enhance inclusivity, foster innovation and create employment opportunitie

create employment opportunities across s across sectors. Various policy instruments sectors. Various policy instruments havehave been detailed in this document to

been detailed in this document to catalyze the same.catalyze the same. 

  The  The Policy VisionPolicy Vision  is - “To make Andhra Pradesh a progressive and highly  is - “To make Andhra Pradesh a progressive and highly industrialized state… a State that is a centre of technology and innovation...And, industrialized state… a State that is a centre of technology and innovation...And, a joyous population confident of its

a joyous population confident of its bright future...”bright future...” 

  The  The Policy ObjectivesPolicy Objectives are: are: a. To ensure sustainable &

a. To ensure sustainable & inclusive industrial growthinclusive industrial growth b. To be among the Top 3 states

b. To be among the Top 3 states in terms of industrial investments by 2022in terms of industrial investments by 2022

c. To be the most preferred logistics hub and India’s gateway to East and c. To be the most preferred logistics hub and India’s gateway to East and Southeast Asia by 2029

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d. To enhance the quantum and quality of skilled manpower and create d. To enhance the quantum and quality of skilled manpower and create significant employment opportunities

significant employment opportunities Policy Targets

Policy Targets 1.

1. Increase the Increase the contribution of contribution of manufacturing to GSDP manufacturing to GSDP from 95%(2013-14) from 95%(2013-14) toto 15% by 2020

15% by 2020 2.

2. Increase the contribution Increase the contribution of industries to of industries to GSDP from 20.7% GSDP from 20.7% (2013-14) to(2013-14) to 25% by 2020

25% by 2020 3.

3. Attract investment Attract investment to the to the tune of tune of 2 lakh 2 lakh crore by crore by the end the end of 202of 20200 4.

4. Create employment opportunities for Create employment opportunities for an additional 10 laan additional 10 lakh people by thekh people by the end of 2020

end of 2020

Strategy & Thrust Areas

Strategy & Thrust Areas

  GoAP’s  GoAP’s strategy of attracting sizeable industrial investment strategy of attracting sizeable industrial investment  is predicated on is predicated on the following factors:

the following factors: 

 Visionary Visionary LeadershipLeadership 

 24x7 24x7 power power supplysupply 

 Conducive Conducive Business Business EnvironmentEnvironment 

 Industrial Industrial Land Land BankBank 

 Fiscal Fiscal IncentivesIncentives 

 Progressive Progressive Labour Labour Policies Policies and Sand Skill Develkill Developmentopment 

 Robust Robust InfrastructureInfrastructure 

 Effective Effective Law Law and and OrderOrder

In addition, GoAP has identified 10 thrust areas for greater focus

In addition, GoAP has identified 10 thrust areas for greater focus

::

a.

a. Agro Agro & & Food Food ProcessingProcessing b.

b. Life sciences Life sciences (including pharmaceutical, (including pharmaceutical, biotechnology & biotechnology & medicalmedical equipment)

equipment) c.

c. Textile Textile & & ApparelApparel d.

d. Electronics Electronics & & Information Information TechnologyTechnology e.

e. Aerospace& Aerospace& DefenceDefence f.

f. Automobiles& Automobiles& Auto Auto ComponentsComponents g.

g. Petroleum, Chemicals, Petroleum, Chemicals, (including (including Fertilizers) Fertilizers) and Petrochemicalsand Petrochemicals h. Energy

h. Energy i.

i. Mineral Mineral based based industryindustry  j.

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Location wise Key Investment opportunities

Location wise Key Investment opportunities

Ease of doing

Ease of doing

business

business

::

 Single Single Desk Desk ClearanceClearance 

 Spot Spot Approvals:Approvals: 

 Deemed Deemed Approval Approval based based on on self-certificationself-certification 

 Assignment Assignment of of Inspection Inspection to Prito Private vate Technical Technical Experts: Experts: BasedBased 

 State State Investment Investment Promotion Promotion Board Board (SIPB)(SIPB) 

 Empowered Empowered Committee Committee of of SecretariesSecretaries

Project Category Definition

Project Category Definition

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME):

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME):  GoAP follows the MSME  GoAP follows the MSME definition laid out by Government of India as per MSMED Act 2006(as updated definition laid out by Government of India as per MSMED Act 2006(as updated from time to time).

from time to time). a.

a. Large Industrial ProjectLarge Industrial Project:: Large Project is a unit in which the Large Project is a unit in which the investmentinvestment on plant and machinery is less than 500 crore and more than the on plant and machinery is less than 500 crore and more than the investment threshold for Medium enterprises as in MSMED Act 

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for sectors such as Textiles, Food Processing, Biotech etc. definition of for sectors such as Textiles, Food Processing, Biotech etc. definition of large projects may be different. Kindly refer to sector specific policies for large projects may be different. Kindly refer to sector specific policies for project category definition.

project category definition. b)

b) Mega Industrial ProjectMega Industrial Project:: Projects with anProjects with an investment of at least 500 crore orinvestment of at least 500 crore or

direct employment generation of 2,000 

direct employment generation of 2,000  will be accorded mega industry status. will be accorded mega industry status. Further, for sectors such as textiles, food processing, biotech etc. definition of Further, for sectors such as textiles, food processing, biotech etc. definition of mega project may be different. Kindly refer to sector specific policies for project mega project may be different. Kindly refer to sector specific policies for project category definition.

category definition.

 The Government The Government will will extend tailor-made extend tailor-made benefits to benefits to megamega projects to suitprojects to suit particular investment requirements on case to case basis based on the gestation particular investment requirements on case to case basis based on the gestation period, pioneering nature, locational aspects, technology, project’s importance to period, pioneering nature, locational aspects, technology, project’s importance to the state’s industrial growth and its ability to generate large scale employment for the state’s industrial growth and its ability to generate large scale employment for

Incentives for large industry unit

Incentives for large industry unit

a)

a) Stamp Duty

Stamp Duty

 100% of stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on purchase or lease of100% of stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on purchase or lease of land meant for industrial use will be reimbursed.

land meant for industrial use will be reimbursed. 

 100% of stamp duty for lease of land/shed/buildings, mortgages and hypothecations100% of stamp duty for lease of land/shed/buildings, mortgages and hypothecations will be reimbursed.

will be reimbursed. 

 Stamp duty will be reimbursed only one time on the landStamp duty will be reimbursed only one time on the land . Stamp duty will not be. Stamp duty will not be waived on subsequent transactions on the same land.

waived on subsequent transactions on the same land.

b)

b) VAT/CST/SGST

VAT/CST/SGST

 For large Industry unit,For large Industry unit, 50% of net VAT/CST or SGST will be reimbursed for a50% of net VAT/CST or SGST will be reimbursed for a

 period of 7 years from

 period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial the date of commencement of commercial production or upproduction or up

to realization of 100% fixed capital investment 

to realization of 100% fixed capital investment , whichever is earlier., whichever is earlier. 

 For sector specific industries like apparel, food processing, biotech, automobileFor sector specific industries like apparel, food processing, biotech, automobile VAT/CST/SGST concession may be higher.

VAT/CST/SGST concession may be higher.

Special Package for SC/ST entrepreneurs

Special Package for SC/ST entrepreneurs

The provisions in the package are applicable to those units wherein the

The provisions in the package are applicable to those units wherein the sole proprietorsole proprietor

belongs to SC/ST category 

belongs to SC/ST category . SC/ST entrepreneurs can also set up industries covered in. SC/ST entrepreneurs can also set up industries covered in ineligible list of the policy to avail incentives in this policy.

ineligible list of the policy to avail incentives in this policy. 1.

1. 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry100% reimbursement of Stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on purchase of land meant for industrial use.

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2.

2. 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty for Lease of Land/Shed/ Buildings100% reimbursement of Stamp duty for Lease of Land/Shed/ Buildings and also mortgages and hypothecations.

and also mortgages and hypothecations. 3.

3. 50% rebate in land cost limited to 20 lakhs in Industrial Estates/Industrial50% rebate in land cost limited to 20 lakhs in Industrial Estates/Industrial Parks

Parks 4.

4. 25% Land conversion charges for the industrial use limited to 10 lakhs.25% Land conversion charges for the industrial use limited to 10 lakhs. 5.

5. Fixed power cost reimbursement @ 1.50 per unit for 5 years from the dateFixed power cost reimbursement @ 1.50 per unit for 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production.

of commencement of commercial production. 6.

6. Seed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs @25% of theSeed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs @25% of the Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment subsidy.

subsidy. 7.

7. 35% investment subsidy on fixed capital Investment35% investment subsidy on fixed capital Investment by SC & STby SC & ST Entrepreneurs and additional 10% investment subsidy for SC Women &ST Entrepreneurs and additional 10% investment subsidy for SC Women &ST Women Entrepreneurs, with a maximum limit per unit is 75lakhs (i.e. 35% Women Entrepreneurs, with a maximum limit per unit is 75lakhs (i.e. 35% for SC &ST Entrepreneurs and 45% for SC Women and ST Women for SC &ST Entrepreneurs and 45% for SC Women and ST Women entrepreneurs). Additional 5% investment subsidy for units set up in entrepreneurs). Additional 5% investment subsidy for units set up in Scheduled Areas by ST entrepreneurs with a maximum limit per unit is 75 Scheduled Areas by ST entrepreneurs with a maximum limit per unit is 75 lakhs.

lakhs. 8.

8. Reimbursement of 100% net VAT/CST/SGST to Micro and SmallReimbursement of 100% net VAT/CST/SGST to Micro and Small Enterprises for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of Enterprises for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production.

commercial production. 9.

9. Reimbursement of 75% net VAT/CST/SGST to medium enterprises for aReimbursement of 75% net VAT/CST/SGST to medium enterprises for a period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever production or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier.

is earlier. 10.

10. Reimbursement of 50% VAT/CST/SGST to large enterprises for a periodReimbursement of 50% VAT/CST/SGST to large enterprises for a period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier. up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier. 11.

11. Interest subsidy on the term loan taken on the fixed capital investment inInterest subsidy on the term loan taken on the fixed capital investment in excess of 3% per annum subject to a maximum reimbursement of 9% per excess of 3% per annum subject to a maximum reimbursement of 9% per annum for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of annum for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production. This benefit is also applicable to the Service commercial production. This benefit is also applicable to the Service Sector units set-up under this policy.

Sector units set-up under this policy. 12.

12. 50% Reimbursement of cost involved in skill upgradation and training local50% Reimbursement of cost involved in skill upgradation and training local manpower limited to 5,000 per person.

manpower limited to 5,000 per person. 13.

13. 100% subsidy on the expenses incurred for quality certification/ patent100% subsidy on the expenses incurred for quality certification/ patent registration limited to 3 lakhs for micro and small enterprises.

registration limited to 3 lakhs for micro and small enterprises. 14.

14. Incentives under Swachh Andhra (Para V) will be applicable for SC/STIncentives under Swachh Andhra (Para V) will be applicable for SC/ST entrepreneurs.

entrepreneurs. 15.

15. For enterprises set up by SC/ST entrepreneurs, infrastructure like roads,For enterprises set up by SC/ST entrepreneurs, infrastructure like roads, power and water will be provided at doorstep of the industry for power and water will be provided at doorstep of the industry for standalone units by contributing 50% of the cost of infrastructure from IIDF standalone units by contributing 50% of the cost of infrastructure from IIDF with a ceiling of 1 crore, subject to:

with a ceiling of 1 crore, subject to: a)

a) The location should The location should be beyond 10 Kms from the be beyond 10 Kms from the existing Industrial Estates/IDAsexisting Industrial Estates/IDAs having vacant land/shed for allotment.

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b)

b) Cost of the infrastructure limited to 15Cost of the infrastructure limited to 15% of the eligible fixed capital % of the eligible fixed capital investmentinvestment made in the industry. 50% of the cost of infrastructure is raised to 75% in respect made in the industry. 50% of the cost of infrastructure is raised to 75% in respect of units set up by ST entrepreneurs in Scheduled areas.

of units set up by ST entrepreneurs in Scheduled areas.

Special Package for BC entrepreneurs

Special Package for BC entrepreneurs

The provisions in the package are applicable to those units wherein the sole The provisions in the package are applicable to those units wherein the sole proprietor belongs to BC category.

proprietor belongs to BC category. 1.

1. 100% reimbursement of Stamp 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty and transfer duty and transfer duty paid by duty paid by the industrythe industry on purchase of land meant for industrial use.

on purchase of land meant for industrial use. 2.

2. 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty for Lease of Lafor Lease of Land/Shed/ Buildingsnd/Shed/ Buildings and also mortgages and hypothecations.

and also mortgages and hypothecations. 3.

3. 50% rebate in 50% rebate in land cost limited to land cost limited to 20 lakhs in 20 lakhs in Industrial Estates/IndustrialIndustrial Estates/Industrial Parks.

Parks. 4.

4. 25% Land 25% Land conversion charges conversion charges for the for the industrial use industrial use limited to10 limited to10 lakhs.lakhs. 5.

5. Fixed power Fixed power cost reimbursement @ 1.50 cost reimbursement @ 1.50 per unit for per unit for 5 years 5 years from the datefrom the date of commencement of commercial production

of commencement of commercial production 6.

6. Seed capital assisSeed capital assistance to First tance to First Generation Entrepreneurs Generation Entrepreneurs @25% of the@25% of the Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment subsidy.

subsidy. 7.

7. 35% investment subsid35% investment subsidy on y on fixed capital fixed capital Investment by Investment by BC EntrepreneursBC Entrepreneurs and additional 10% investment subsidy for BC Women Entrepreneurs, and additional 10% investment subsidy for BC Women Entrepreneurs, with a maximum limit per unit is 75 lakhs (i.e. 35% for BC Entrepreneurs with a maximum limit per unit is 75 lakhs (i.e. 35% for BC Entrepreneurs and 45% for BC Women entrepreneurs).

and 45% for BC Women entrepreneurs).

8. Reimbursement of 100% net VAT/CST/SGST to Micro and Small 8. Reimbursement of 100% net VAT/CST/SGST to Micro and Small Enterprises for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of Enterprises for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production .

commercial production . 9.

9. Reimbursement of 75% Reimbursement of 75% net VAT/CST/SGST to net VAT/CST/SGST to medium enterprises medium enterprises for afor a period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever production or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier.

is earlier.

10. Reimbursement of 50% VAT/CST/SGST to large enterprises for a period 10. Reimbursement of 50% VAT/CST/SGST to large enterprises for a period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier. up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier. 11. Interest subsidy on the term loan taken on the fixed capital investment in 11. Interest subsidy on the term loan taken on the fixed capital investment in excess of 3% per annum subject to a maximum reimbursement of 9% per excess of 3% per annum subject to a maximum reimbursement of 9% per annum for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of annum for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production.

commercial production.

12. 50% Reimbursement of cost involved in skill upgradation and training local 12. 50% Reimbursement of cost involved in skill upgradation and training local

manpower limited to 5,000 per person. manpower limited to 5,000 per person. 13.

13. 50% subsidy 50% subsidy on the on the expenses incurred expenses incurred for qualitfor quality certification/patenty certification/patent registration limited to 3 lakhs for micro and small enterprises.

registration limited to 3 lakhs for micro and small enterprises. 14.

14. Incentives undeIncentives under Swachh r Swachh Andhra (Para Andhra (Para V) will V) will be applicable be applicable for BCfor BC entrepreneurs.

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15.

15. For enterprises For enterprises set up set up by BC by BC entrepreneurs, infrastructure entrepreneurs, infrastructure like roads,like roads, power and water will be provided at doorstep of the industry for power and water will be provided at doorstep of the industry for standalone units by contributing 50% of the cost of infrastructure from IIDF standalone units by contributing 50% of the cost of infrastructure from IIDF with a ceiling of 1 crore, subject to:

with a ceiling of 1 crore, subject to:

a)

a) The location should be beyond 10 Kms from the existing IndustrialThe location should be beyond 10 Kms from the existing Industrial Estates/IDAs having vacant land/shed for allotment.

Estates/IDAs having vacant land/shed for allotment. b)

b) Cost of the infrastructure limited to 15% of the eliCost of the infrastructure limited to 15% of the eligible fixed capitalgible fixed capital investment made in the industry.

investment made in the industry. c)

c) Package for Package for Women EntrepreneursWomen Entrepreneurs

The following incentives are applicable for 1st generation women ent

The following incentives are applicable for 1st generation women entrepreneurs and arerepreneurs and are applicable for micro and small units only.

applicable for micro and small units only. 1.

1. 25% investment subsidy on fixed capital Investment by women Entrepreneurs,25% investment subsidy on fixed capital Investment by women Entrepreneurs, with a maximum limit per unit of 30 lakhs.

with a maximum limit per unit of 30 lakhs. 2.

2. Seed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs @15% of theSeed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs @15% of the Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment subsidy. Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment subsidy. 3.

3.  All other incentives as per Industrial Development Policy 2015-20. All other incentives as per Industrial Development Policy 2015-20.

Industrial Area Development Authority

Industrial Area Development Authority

 GoAP will GoAP will set up set up Industrial Area Industrial Area Development Authorities Development Authorities under the under the aegis ofaegis of article 243 Q

article 243 Q  of the constitution to facilitate and encourage investment into  of the constitution to facilitate and encourage investment into specific investment zones like SIRs, industrial parks, Industrial corridor nodes etc. specific investment zones like SIRs, industrial parks, Industrial corridor nodes etc.  Industrial corridorsIndustrial corridors will be developed on node based approach. Funding of the will be developed on node based approach. Funding of the node will be provided by multi-lateral agencies such as ADB / JICA. The node will be provided by multi-lateral agencies such as ADB / JICA. The proposed Corridor nodes in the state are:

proposed Corridor nodes in the state are: a)

a) UnderUnder Visakhapatnam Chennai Industrial Corridor Visakhapatnam Chennai Industrial Corridor  (VCIC the following nodes (VCIC the following nodes will be developed: will be developed: a. Visakhapatnam (Phase I) a. Visakhapatnam (Phase I) b. Srikalahasti-Yerpedu (Phase I) b. Srikalahasti-Yerpedu (Phase I) c. Kakinada (Phase II)

c. Kakinada (Phase II)

d. Gannavaram-Kankipadu (Phase II) d. Gannavaram-Kankipadu (Phase II) b)

b) UnderUnder Chennai – Bangalore Industrial Corridor Chennai – Bangalore Industrial Corridor  (CBIC) the following node will (CBIC) the following node will be developed:

be developed:

a. Krishnapatnam in Nellore Dist. a. Krishnapatnam in Nellore Dist.

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Under

Under Petroleum, Chemicals and Petro chemicals Investment Region(PCPIR)Petroleum, Chemicals and Petro chemicals Investment Region(PCPIR) the the following locations will be developed:

following locations will be developed: a. Vishakhapatnam a. Vishakhapatnam b. Nakkapalli b. Nakkapalli c. Kakinada c. Kakinada

National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZ)

National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZ)

Govt. of India has accorded in-principle approval for setting up

Govt. of India has accorded in-principle approval for setting up two NIMZs:two NIMZs: a. Chittoor

a. Chittoor b. Prakasam b. Prakasam

These NIMZs would be developed as world class industrial regions with each spread These NIMZs would be developed as world class industrial regions with each spread over a minimum of 5,000 hectares. These regions will act as

over a minimum of 5,000 hectares. These regions will act as growth nodes forgrowth nodes for industrial development and employment generation

industrial development and employment generation in the state. in the state.

Information Technology Investment Regions (ITIR)

Information Technology Investment Regions (ITIR)

ITIRs have been proposed in two districts:

ITIRs have been proposed in two districts: a. Visakhapatnam

a. Visakhapatnam b. Chittoor

b. Chittoor ITIR would be a

ITIR would be a combination of IT/ITES and Electronics Hardware Manufacturingcombination of IT/ITES and Electronics Hardware Manufacturing Units; Public utilities, residential area, social infrastructure and administrative Units; Public utilities, residential area, social infrastructure and administrative services

services. Such regions could include new integrated townships, SEZs, industrial parks. Such regions could include new integrated townships, SEZs, industrial parks etc. ITIR would have a clear delineation between the IT/ITES areas and Electronic etc. ITIR would have a clear delineation between the IT/ITES areas and Electronic Hardware Manufacturing (EHM) areas.

Hardware Manufacturing (EHM) areas. Each ITIR is expected to be a

Each ITIR is expected to be a specifically notified investment region with minimumspecifically notified investment region with minimum

area of 40 Sq.Kms

area of 40 Sq.Kms planned for IT/ITES and EHM Unitsplanned for IT/ITES and EHM Units..

Smart Industrial Township (SIT)

Smart Industrial Township (SIT)

GoAP will facilitate setting up of SITs across various districts with

GoAP will facilitate setting up of SITs across various districts with local self-local self-government status

government status. Following external infrastructure for SIT will be provided by the. Following external infrastructure for SIT will be provided by the government:

government:

a. Four lane road to the nearest national highway a. Four lane road to the nearest national highway b. Dedicated feeder for uninterrupted power supply b. Dedicated feeder for uninterrupted power supply c. Dedicated water supply

c. Dedicated water supply

d. Right of way to create a connectivity to the nearest railway line and or port d. Right of way to create a connectivity to the nearest railway line and or port e. Fiber connectivity with no bandwidth constraints

e. Fiber connectivity with no bandwidth constraints

Special Economic Zones (SEZ)

Special Economic Zones (SEZ)

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SEZs aim to provide simplified clearances and controls, world class infrastructure and a SEZs aim to provide simplified clearances and controls, world class infrastructure and a stable fiscal regime to attract foreign investments in the state. Various incentives will be stable fiscal regime to attract foreign investments in the state. Various incentives will be given to the tenants of SEZs as declared by the Government of India in SEZ Policy given to the tenants of SEZs as declared by the Government of India in SEZ Policy announced in April 2000.Currently there are

announced in April 2000.Currently there are 16 functional SEZs16 functional SEZs  in AP and additional  in AP and additional four SEZs with in-principle approval.

four SEZs with in-principle approval.

Industrial Parks

Industrial Parks

 Andhra

 Andhra Pradesh Pradesh Industrial Industrial Infrastructure Infrastructure Corporation Corporation (APIIC)(APIIC)  has developed over  has developed over 300 industrial parks (including SEZs) spread over an extent of about 1,21,655 acres. 300 industrial parks (including SEZs) spread over an extent of about 1,21,655 acres. GoAP will develop new industrial parks and upgrade/maintain the existing ones.

GoAP will develop new industrial parks and upgrade/maintain the existing ones.

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Policy 2015-20

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Policy 2015-20

 Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) accordsGovernment of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) accords top priority to development oftop priority to development of

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) for catalyzing growth

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) for catalyzing growth. Development. Development of MSMEs has a significant impact on employment generation, improvement in standard of MSMEs has a significant impact on employment generation, improvement in standard of living and inclusive growth

of living and inclusive growth 

 The Policy aims to generateThe Policy aims to generate employment opportunities to 3.5 lakh people byemployment opportunities to 3.5 lakh people by attracting investment of Rs. 15,000 Crores by 2020 

attracting investment of Rs. 15,000 Crores by 2020 .. 

 MSME sector has emerged as a highly vibrant and dynamic sector of the IndianMSME sector has emerged as a highly vibrant and dynamic sector of the Indian economy over the last five decades.

economy over the last five decades. MSMEs contribute to nearly 8% of the country’sMSMEs contribute to nearly 8% of the country’s GDP, 45% of the manufacturing output and 40% of the

GDP, 45% of the manufacturing output and 40% of the exportsexports..

MSMEs provide the largest share of employment after agriculture

MSMEs provide the largest share of employment after agriculture  and hence,  and hence, development of MSME sector can contribute enormously to the socio-economic development of MSME sector can contribute enormously to the socio-economic development of the country.

development of the country.

Tactical Advantage of A.P. for MSME

Tactical Advantage of A.P. for MSME Development :Development : 1.

1. Robust Infrastructure:Robust Infrastructure: 

 Andhra Andhra Pradesh has Pradesh has robust irobust infrastructure comprising nfrastructure comprising good good road and road and railrail network, 4 major ports, 4 active airports and 24X7 power for network, 4 major ports, 4 active airports and 24X7 power for industrial/commercial use. Additionally, the State is creating a

industrial/commercial use. Additionally, the State is creating a land bankland bank

of 10 lakh acres

of 10 lakh acres to facilitate industrial development. to facilitate industrial development. 

 Mega Mega projects projects like like Visakhapatnam-Chennai Industrial Visakhapatnam-Chennai Industrial corridor corridor (VCIC) (VCIC) andand Chennai-Bangalore Industrial Corridor (CBIC) will help develop new Chennai-Bangalore Industrial Corridor (CBIC) will help develop new economic centres in the State, further giving fillip to industrial economic centres in the State, further giving fillip to industrial development.

development. 2.

2. Large Base of Skilled Manpower Large Base of Skilled Manpower : State has over 120 polytechnics, 225: State has over 120 polytechnics, 225 engineering colleges and several management institutes which meet the engineering colleges and several management institutes which meet the industries requirements for skilled manpower. The State also boasts of cordial industries requirements for skilled manpower. The State also boasts of cordial labour relations as well as general peace and order owing to GoAP’s welfare labour relations as well as general peace and order owing to GoAP’s welfare policies (

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to define core and non-core activities

to define core and non-core activities). Last but not the least, Andhra Pradesh). Last but not the least, Andhra Pradesh is uniquely positioned to access the global talent pool by leveraging a strong is uniquely positioned to access the global talent pool by leveraging a strong diaspora active in this sector.

diaspora active in this sector.

 The below definition pertains to MSMEs in manufacturing sector in terms ofThe below definition pertains to MSMEs in manufacturing sector in terms of investment in plant and machinery as per the MSMED Act, 2006, as amended from time investment in plant and machinery as per the MSMED Act, 2006, as amended from time to time.

to time. a.

a. Micro Micro: Does not exceed 25 lakhs: Does not exceed 25 lakhs b.

b. SmallSmall: More than 25 lakhs but does not exceed 5 crore: More than 25 lakhs but does not exceed 5 crore c.

c. MediumMedium: More than 5 crore but does not exceed 10 crore: More than 5 crore but does not exceed 10 crore

Fiscal incentives :

Fiscal incentives :

A.

A. Stamp DutyStamp Duty

a.

a.  100% of stamp duty and transfer duty paid by  100% of stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on purchase or lease ofthe industry on purchase or lease of land meant for industrial use shall be reimbursed.

land meant for industrial use shall be reimbursed. b.

b.100% of stamp duty for lease of land/shed/buildings, mortgages and hypothecations100% of stamp duty for lease of land/shed/buildings, mortgages and hypothecations shall be reimbursed.

shall be reimbursed. c.

c. All the reimbursements shall be done within 6 months. All the reimbursements shall be done within 6 months. B.

B. VAT/CST/SGSTVAT/CST/SGST

a.

a. For micro and small industries, 100% of net VAT/CST/SGST shall be reimbursed for a For micro and small industries, 100% of net VAT/CST/SGST shall be reimbursed for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production.

period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production. b.

b. For medium industries, 75% of net VAT/CST/ SGST shall be reimbursed for a period For medium industries, 75% of net VAT/CST/ SGST shall be reimbursed for a period of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or up to realization of 7 years from the date of commencement of commercial production or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier.

of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier. C.

C. Power:Power:

a.

a.  Andhra Pradesh is one of the states selected for the  Andhra Pradesh is one of the states selected for the centrally-sponsored “powercentrally-sponsored “power

for all” scheme

for all” scheme. This scheme will ensure 24x7 quality and reliable power across the. This scheme will ensure 24x7 quality and reliable power across the State.

State. b.

b. Fixed power cost reimbursement is proposed to be provided at Rs1.00 per unit for 5 Fixed power cost reimbursement is proposed to be provided at Rs1.00 per unit for 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production. This will apply to open years from the date of commencement of commercial production. This will apply to open access units as well.

access units as well. c.

c.  The units generating power from captive power plant will not be eligible for the  The units generating power from captive power plant will not be eligible for the subsidy.

subsidy. D.

D. Fixed Capital SubsidyFixed Capital Subsidy

a.

a. 15% investment subsidy 15% investment subsidy  on fixed capital investment subject to a  on fixed capital investment subject to a maximum of 20maximum of 20 lakhs

lakhs for micro and small enterprises for micro and small enterprises

a. Investment subsidy will also be extendable to the identified service activities related to a. Investment subsidy will also be extendable to the identified service activities related to industries setup anywhere in the State as per rules.

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E.

E. Seed Capital Assistance For Micro Enterprises:Seed Capital Assistance For Micro Enterprises:

Seed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs to set-up Micro Enterprises Seed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs to set-up Micro Enterprises @10% of the Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment @10% of the Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investment subsidy.

subsidy. F.

F. Skill Skill UpgradatioUpgradationn

a.

a.  As outlined in the Industrial Policy 2015-20, GoAP shall create a model for  As outlined in the Industrial Policy 2015-20, GoAP shall create a model for development of skilled manpower and for improving employability in the State. Under development of skilled manpower and for improving employability in the State. Under this model, State will identify the quantum requirement of skilled manpow

this model, State will identify the quantum requirement of skilled manpower, identifyer, identify industry specific skill sets required and provide courses at different levels of education – industry specific skill sets required and provide courses at different levels of education – matriculation and above.

matriculation and above. b.

b. GoAP recognizes that MSME requires additional support for skill development. GoAP GoAP recognizes that MSME requires additional support for skill development. GoAP will

will reimburse 50% of the cost involved in skill upgradation and training the localreimburse 50% of the cost involved in skill upgradation and training the local manpower

manpower limited to Rs 5000 per person for 10 persons in micro and 20 persons inlimited to Rs 5000 per person for 10 persons in micro and 20 persons in small and medium industries.

small and medium industries.

Land Bank

Land Bank

a.

a.  GoAP shall  GoAP shall reserve 15% of total area of land for MSME industries in any 2 ofreserve 15% of total area of land for MSME industries in any 2 of developed Industrial Parks of APIIC in every district 

developed Industrial Parks of APIIC in every district , which will not be less than 40, which will not be less than 40 acres of developed land in every district and allot land in government run Industrial acres of developed land in every district and allot land in government run Industrial  Areas.

 Areas. b.

b. GoAP shall reimburse 25% of land conversion charges for industrial use limited to _10 GoAP shall reimburse 25% of land conversion charges for industrial use limited to _10 lakh.

lakh. c.

c.  GoAP shall provide 25% rebate in land cost limited to 10 lakh in Industrial Estates/  GoAP shall provide 25% rebate in land cost limited to 10 lakh in Industrial Estates/ Parks.

Parks. d.

d. Of the land reserved for MSME industries in its plots / industrial estates, APIIC shall Of the land reserved for MSME industries in its plots / industrial estates, APIIC shall allocate 15% of plots to Scheduled Caste Entrepreneurs, 5% of plots to Scheduled Tribe allocate 15% of plots to Scheduled Caste Entrepreneurs, 5% of plots to Scheduled Tribe Entrepreneurs, 20%or Backward Classes and 5% for Minorities.

Entrepreneurs, 20%or Backward Classes and 5% for Minorities. e.

e. Of the land reserved for MSME industries in its plots / industrial estates, APIIC shall Of the land reserved for MSME industries in its plots / industrial estates, APIIC shall allocate 10% of number of plots to Women Entrepreneurs.

allocate 10% of number of plots to Women Entrepreneurs. MSME Parks

MSME Parks : : GoAP shall establish a dedicated GoAP shall establish a dedicated MSME Park in Each district up to anMSME Park in Each district up to an extent of 25 acres

extent of 25 acres  with common infrastructure like roads, industrial water supply,  with common infrastructure like roads, industrial water supply, power, effluent treatment plant. These MSME Parks shall be established across all power, effluent treatment plant. These MSME Parks shall be established across all districts in a phased fashion depending upon sectoral assessment to be taken up during districts in a phased fashion depending upon sectoral assessment to be taken up during Q2/Q3 of FY 2016.

Q2/Q3 of FY 2016.

Retail Trade Policy 2016

Retail Trade Policy 2016

The policy targets are

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Key Initiatives

Key Initiatives

 Retail enterprises allowed to stay open every day of the year Retail enterprises allowed to stay open every day of the year   and operate  and operate from 6 AM to 11 PM IST

from 6 AM to 11 PM IST

 Setting Setting up up of of world-class world-class warehouses/ warehouses/ distribution distribution centres centres on on PPP PPP basisbasis

 Food and Grocery business retail enterprises declared as ‘EssentialFood and Grocery business retail enterprises declared as ‘Essential Services’ 

Services’  under AP Essential Services Maintenance Act under AP Essential Services Maintenance Act

 Distribution centres and warehouses declared as ‘Public Utility’ Distribution centres and warehouses declared as ‘Public Utility’   under the  under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

Key Incentives

Key Incentives

a.

a. Labour  Labour 

 Retail Retail enterprises enterprises allowed allowed toto 

 Stay Stay open every open every day of day of the ythe yearear 

 Operate Operate between between 6 6 AM AM and and 111 PM IST1 PM IST 

 Offer Offer part-time part-time employmentemployment 

 Maintain Maintain employee-related records employee-related records in in electronic electronic formform 

 Employment of Employment of women women permitted in permitted in all all shiftsshifts 

 Permission Permission for 24x7 for 24x7 (three (three shifts) shifts) operations, operations, flexibility flexibility in in employment conditionsemployment conditions for distribution centres and warehouses

for distribution centres and warehouses 

 State’s inspection system through State’s inspection system through an inspection portal, an inspection portal, which is computerised,which is computerised, randomised, and risk-based

randomised, and risk-based b.

b. Skill DevelopmentSkill Development

 An An initial initial provision provision ofof Rs.10 crore for training 1 lakh youth over a period of 5Rs.10 crore for training 1 lakh youth over a period of 5

years

years

 50% financial assistance towa50% financial assistance towards capital expenditure for setting up rds capital expenditure for setting up Centres ofCentres of Excellence in coordination with retail associations on PPP

Excellence in coordination with retail associations on PPP

c.

c. Setting up of Setting up of Distribution Centres/ WarehousesDistribution Centres/ Warehouses

 APIIC will APIIC will allot land for allot land for Distribution Centres/ wDistribution Centres/ warehouses under the commercialarehouses under the commercial category on lease for 33 years

category on lease for 33 years d.

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 Stoking limits Stoking limits for essential for essential commodities prescribed commodities prescribed under Essential under Essential CommoditiesCommodities  Act,

 Act, 1955 1955 shall shall be be relaxed relaxed for for retail retail enterprises enterprises (multiple (multiple outlet) outlet) or or departmentaldepartmental retail enterprises

retail enterprises e.

e. Electronic BillsElectronic Bills

 Organised retail enterprises shall Organised retail enterprises shall be allowed to have option to issue bills be allowed to have option to issue bills (tax(tax invoices) to consumers in an electronic mode

invoices) to consumers in an electronic mode f.

f. Store SignboardStore Signboard

 Retail trade excluRetail trade excluded from prior permissioded from prior permission and charges/ fees n and charges/ fees withwith regards toregards to store signboards displaying trade name of company on business place of store signboards displaying trade name of company on business place of company

company

Port Policy 2015-20

Port Policy 2015-20

  The key initiatives are constitute of  The key initiatives are constitute of AP Maritime BoardAP Maritime Board  responsible for  responsible for integrated planning development and maintenance of all ports, post proximal are integrated planning development and maintenance of all ports, post proximal are development, coastal master plan, promotion of maritime institutions for skill development, coastal master plan, promotion of maritime institutions for skill development and to develop Rail, Road, Waterway infrastructure

development and to develop Rail, Road, Waterway infrastructure 

 The policy targets toThe policy targets to capture 15% of the India’s container traffic by 2019 andcapture 15% of the India’s container traffic by 2019 and 25% by 2025

25% by 2025 

 70% of the India’s east 70% of the India’s east bound container traffic by 2025bound container traffic by 2025 

 2 to 3 Brown Field development 2 to 3 Brown Field development  of mega container ports of mega container ports 

 The fiscal iThe fiscal incentives include ncentives include exemption of sales exemption of sales tax/ VAT/Entry tax/ VAT/Entry tax/ Stamp duty/tax/ Stamp duty/ Registration fees/ Seigniorage charges and 8% Annual Lease rate concession Registration fees/ Seigniorage charges and 8% Annual Lease rate concession

Aerospace and Defence Manufacturing Policy 2015-20

Aerospace and Defence Manufacturing Policy 2015-20

The policy targets are

The policy targets are investment of Rs.20,000 crores and 5000 new jobs by 2020investment of Rs.20,000 crores and 5000 new jobs by 2020.. Key Initiatives

Key Initiatives 

 Establishment Establishment of Aerospace of Aerospace and and Defence cDefence clusterslusters 

 Permission to Permission to the industry the industry for 24 for 24 x 7 x 7 (3 shifts) (3 shifts) employment for wemployment for women in omen in rightright shift

shift 

  ABD  ABD Manufacturing Manufacturing industry industry declared declared to to be be a a public public utility utility under under thethe Industries Dispute Act 1947

Industries Dispute Act 1947

Major Manufacturing Clusters

Major Manufacturing Clusters

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 Aerospace and Defence parks on PPP basis in Ananthapur and Chittoor /Aerospace and Defence parks on PPP basis in Ananthapur and Chittoor /

Nellore

Nellore districts districts 

 Maintenance, repair and overall facility proposed at BhogapuramMaintenance, repair and overall facility proposed at Bhogapuram

  Air Cargo complex near Vishakapatnam Air Cargo complex near Vishakapatnam Key Initiatives

Key Initiatives

Establishment of Aerospace & Defence clusters for ecosystem development Establishment of Aerospace & Defence clusters for ecosystem development

 Promotion Promotion of of R&DR&D 

 Encouragement Encouragement of of skill skill developmentdevelopment 

 Development off Aerospace & Defence parks, MRO Development off Aerospace & Defence parks, MRO facility anfacility and Air Cargod Air Cargo complex

complex

Key Incentives Key Incentives

Capital subsidy for basic infrastructure development and setting up new units Capital subsidy for basic infrastructure development and setting up new units

 Reimbursement of cosReimbursement of cost incurred t incurred for patent regifor patent registration and stration and quality certificationsquality certifications 

 Specific incentives Specific incentives for Public for Public Sector units Sector units and R&D and R&D centerscenters 

 100% Exemption from 100% Exemption from Entry Tax Entry Tax on ‘Plant on ‘Plant & Machinery and & Machinery and Capital goods’Capital goods’

Automobile and Auto Components Policy 2015-20

Automobile and Auto Components Policy 2015-20

The policy targets are

The policy targets are investment of 20,000 crores and 2 lakh new jobs by 2020investment of 20,000 crores and 2 lakh new jobs by 2020.. Key Initiatives

Key Initiatives  Automobile

 Automobile Industry Industry declared declared to to be be ‘Public ‘Public Utility’ Utility’ under under Industrial Industrial Disputes Disputes Act,Act, 1947

1947 

 Quality Testing / R&D Quality Testing / R&D laboratories to be set up laboratories to be set up in collaboration with leadingin collaboration with leading global institutions

global institutions 

 Provision of land Provision of land to dependent ancillary units at same to dependent ancillary units at same rate as OEM (whererate as OEM (whereverver Government allocates land to OEM and up to a maximum of 50% of the land Government allocates land to OEM and up to a maximum of 50% of the land allocated to OEM)

allocated to OEM) 

 24 24 X X 7 7 reliable reliable powerpower

Major Manufacturing clusters

Major Manufacturing clusters

 Multiple world Multiple world class Automotive Suppliers class Automotive Suppliers Manufacturing Centres (ASMC) Manufacturing Centres (ASMC) on aon a PPP mode

PPP mode 

 Two major auto clusters (apart from the ASMCs) in the districts of ChittoorTwo major auto clusters (apart from the ASMCs) in the districts of Chittoor and Nellore

and Nellore

Key Incentives Key Incentives

 Capital Subsidy for Auto Capital Subsidy for Auto Clusters and ASMC develClusters and ASMC developers – 50% of fixed opers – 50% of fixed capitalcapital investment in building & common infrastructure

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  75% reimbursement of patent cost and 50% reimbursement for quality  75% reimbursement of patent cost and 50% reimbursement for quality certification

certification 

 For For Mega Mega Integrated Integrated Automobile Automobile ProjectsProjects 

 100% CST 100% CST reimbursement for 10 reimbursement for 10 years or years or GST regime wGST regime whichever is earlihichever is earlierer 

 Gross Gross VAT/SGST reimbursement VAT/SGST reimbursement on sale on sale of finished of finished goodsgoods 

 75% r75% reimbursement of eimbursement of Gross Gross VAT/SGST for VAT/SGST for 10 y10 yearsears

Civil Aviation Policy 2015

Civil Aviation Policy 2015

The policy targets an

The policy targets an investment of Rs.20,000 crores and 5000 new jobs by 2020investment of Rs.20,000 crores and 5000 new jobs by 2020.. Vision and Objectives of the

Vision and Objectives of the PolicyPolicy

The Vision for Andhra Pradesh civil aviation policy is as follows – The Vision for Andhra Pradesh civil aviation policy is as follows –

 “Creation of world class aviation infrastructure in “Creation of world class aviation infrastructure in the State that would helpthe State that would help provide reliable and seamless air connectivity to regional, national and provide reliable and seamless air connectivity to regional, national and international destinations by 2022”

international destinations by 2022” Key objectives

Key objectives

a) To improve air connectivity w

a) To improve air connectivity within Andhra Pradesh by -ithin Andhra Pradesh by -1.

1. Facilitating up-gradation and augmentation of the infrastructure such as airFacilitating up-gradation and augmentation of the infrastructure such as air navigation services, runway, apron, night landing facilities, terminal building, navigation services, runway, apron, night landing facilities, terminal building, passenger amenities etc. at the existing airports in coordination with AAI.

passenger amenities etc. at the existing airports in coordination with AAI. 2.

2. Key focus areas in this direction includeKey focus areas in this direction include expansion of Visakhapatnam,expansion of Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Tirupati airports as international airports and Vijayawada and Tirupati airports as international airports and expansion/modernization of Rajahmundry airport 

expansion/modernization of Rajahmundry airport  3.

3. Developing new airports at identified important places, preferably through PPPDeveloping new airports at identified important places, preferably through PPP mode

mode 4.

4. Promoting development of no-frills airports across the state, which will act asPromoting development of no-frills airports across the state, which will act as centres of economic activity in interior regions

centres of economic activity in interior regions 5.

5. Promoting development of supporting infrastructure such as air cargo processingPromoting development of supporting infrastructure such as air cargo processing units, road connectivity, tourism infrastructure and industrial clusters that would units, road connectivity, tourism infrastructure and industrial clusters that would help stimulate demand for regional air travel and investments in aviation sector. help stimulate demand for regional air travel and investments in aviation sector. 6.

6. Developing airports/helipads /heliports in all the Districts, especially at places ofDeveloping airports/helipads /heliports in all the Districts, especially at places of tourist and business importance

tourist and business importance 7.

7. Providing air connectivity from these places to three major cities in the State-Providing air connectivity from these places to three major cities in the State-Vishakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Tirupati, through scheduled air transport Vishakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Tirupati, through scheduled air transport services in the medium term.

services in the medium term. 8.

8. Incentivizing airlines to operate regular air services from/to all regional airportsIncentivizing airlines to operate regular air services from/to all regional airports within the State on need basis.

within the State on need basis. 9.

9. Promoting intra and inter-state air connectivity between places of economic,Promoting intra and inter-state air connectivity between places of economic, tourism and religious interest to their existing and potential markets.

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b) To promote development of aviation infrastructure through creation of b) To promote development of aviation infrastructure through creation of

-a.

a. Aircraft Maintenance, Aircraft Maintenance, Repair Repair and Overhaul and Overhaul (MRO) (MRO) facilitiesfacilities

b. Air cargo facilities such as cold storages, Air Freight Stations(AFS), b. Air cargo facilities such as cold storages, Air Freight Stations(AFS),

warehouses and other air cargo processing facilities warehouses and other air cargo processing facilities c.

c. Aviation Aviation training training and and educational educational institutesinstitutes d.

d. Airport cities Airport cities (aerotropolis) around (aerotropolis) around major airports major airports to leverage the to leverage the economiceconomic potential around airports

potential around airports e.

e. Aerospace parks/ Aerospace parks/ Special Economic Special Economic Zone (SEZs) Zone (SEZs) near major near major airports.airports. c) To make Andhra Pradesh a preferred destination for investment in

c) To make Andhra Pradesh a preferred destination for investment in aviation andaviation and allied businesses by creating airports as hubs of economic activity by

allied businesses by creating airports as hubs of economic activity by

1. Facilitating multi-modal connectivity of airports with ports, expressways and 1. Facilitating multi-modal connectivity of airports with ports, expressways and

railways and their integrated planning. railways and their integrated planning. 2.

2. Promoting seaplane Promoting seaplane services and services and aero-sports activities aero-sports activities to boost to boost tourismtourism 3.

3. Encouraging air ambulance Encouraging air ambulance facilities and services facilities and services for medical emergencies andfor medical emergencies and disaster management

disaster management 4.

4. Promoting aerospace Promoting aerospace manufacturing and manufacturing and allied allied industries.industries. Objectives

Objectives

 To improve To improve air conair connectivity within nectivity within the state of the state of Andhra PradAndhra Pradeshesh 

 To To promote develpromote development oopment of aviatiof aviation n infrastructure.infrastructure. 

 To make Andhra To make Andhra Pradesh a preferred dPradesh a preferred destination for investment iestination for investment in aviation andn aviation and allied businesses by creating airports as hubs of economic activity.

allied businesses by creating airports as hubs of economic activity. Targets

Targets

 Currently, Currently, thethe share of airports in AP in the air passenger traffic in India isshare of airports in AP in the air passenger traffic in India is

around 1%

around 1%. It is targeted to increase this share of air passenger traffic from all. It is targeted to increase this share of air passenger traffic from all airports in AP to a level of 7% by the year 2022.

airports in AP to a level of 7% by the year 2022. 

 Share of air cargo carried from airports in AP is 0.1% in FY 2014-15 Share of air cargo carried from airports in AP is 0.1% in FY 2014-15 . It is. It is targeted to increase this share of air freight traffic from all airports in AP to at targeted to increase this share of air freight traffic from all airports in AP to at least 5% by the year 2022.

least 5% by the year 2022. 

 At present, there is oAt present, there is only one airport nly one airport in the state catering to in the state catering to international travel. Itinternational travel. It is targeted that there shall be

is targeted that there shall be at least three modern international airports inat least three modern international airports in the state by the year 2022

the state by the year 2022

Key Incentives

Key Incentives

The government proposes to offer support for development of aviation infrastructure by The government proposes to offer support for development of aviation infrastructure by following means

following means -A.

A.  Acquisition and hand Acquisition and handing over of ing over of land to AAland to AAI / private I / private entities for developmentities for developm ent andent and operation of airports as per agreed terms and conditions

operation of airports as per agreed terms and conditions B.

B. Exemption of lease charges on land used for airport operations for adequate timeExemption of lease charges on land used for airport operations for adequate time duration, as per the project profile and viability

duration, as per the project profile and viability C.

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D.

D. Reimbursement of property and other taxes as levied by the local bodyReimbursement of property and other taxes as levied by the local body E.

E. Viability Gap Funding (VGF) from State and Central governmentsViability Gap Funding (VGF) from State and Central governments F.

F. Incentives / reimbursements (underwriting seats, exemption from aeronauticalIncentives / reimbursements (underwriting seats, exemption from aeronautical tariffs) to encourage airlines to connect the cities of Andhra Pradesh)

tariffs) to encourage airlines to connect the cities of Andhra Pradesh) G.

G.  Access  Access to to potential potential locations locations of of civil civil aviation aviation infrastructure infrastructure through through multi-modalmulti-modal linkages (rail and road etc.)

linkages (rail and road etc.)

To encourage aviation infrastructure in the State, fiscal incentives and exemptions / To encourage aviation infrastructure in the State, fiscal incentives and exemptions / reimbursements of various charges will be provided up to specific traffic levels, as reimbursements of various charges will be provided up to specific traffic levels, as assessed by the government, or up to a period of five years from the date of

assessed by the government, or up to a period of five years from the date of commercialcommercial operations of newly commissioned airport facilities, whichever is earlier. These include: operations of newly commissioned airport facilities, whichever is earlier. These include: a) 100% exemption

a) 100% exemption on stamp duty on stamp duty for land purchased for land purchased or leased for or leased for developing anddeveloping and upgrading airports

upgrading airports

b) 100% reimbursement on electricity duty b) 100% reimbursement on electricity duty c) 100% reimbursement from property tax c) 100% reimbursement from property tax

d) Provision of security and fire fighting services at no cost d) Provision of security and fire fighting services at no cost

Textile and Apparel Policy 2015-20

Textile and Apparel Policy 2015-20

The policy targets an

The policy targets an investment of Rs.6,000 crores and 2 lakh new jobs by 2020investment of Rs.6,000 crores and 2 lakh new jobs by 2020.. Key Initiatives

Key Initiatives 

 GoAP to GoAP to provide land provide land for Textile for Textile & Apparel & Apparel parksparks 

 Focus on textile Focus on textile based industries such as based industries such as ginning & pressing, cotton ginning & pressing, cotton spinning,spinning, weaving, dyeing & processing, knitting, garment/made-ups, machine carpeting, weaving, dyeing & processing, knitting, garment/made-ups, machine carpeting, machine embroidery and any other activities/ process like crimping, texturizing, machine embroidery and any other activities/ process like crimping, texturizing, twisting, winding, sizing etc. within the textile value chain

twisting, winding, sizing etc. within the textile value chain 

 Assistance Assistance to apparel to apparel training institutions training institutions & trainees& trainees

Manufacturing Clusters

Manufacturing Clusters

 Integrated textile parks at Edyapadu Integrated textile parks at Edyapadu  on Guntur-Chennai national highway on Guntur-Chennai national highway 

 Chennai- Bangalore Chennai- Bangalore industrial corridindustrial corridor for or for new economic new economic centrescentres 

 Brandix India Brandix India apparel city spread apparel city spread over 1000 acres over 1000 acres in port cin port city of Vishaity of Vishakhapatnamkhapatnam Key Incentives

Key Incentives

Interest subsidy up to 12.5% per annum Interest subsidy up to 12.5% per annum

 Power Power Tariff Tariff subsidy subsidy at at 1-1.50 1-1.50 per per unit unit depending on depending on categorycategory  100% 100% reimbursement reimbursement of of stamp stamp duty duty on on lease lease of of landland

 Capital Capital subsidy, linked subsidy, linked to investments, to investments, ranging from ranging from 20% of 20% of fixed assets fixed assets to 10%to 10% of project cost

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