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Published April 6, 2018
In recent days, special category status is among the major issues in the Andhra Pradesh. Based on 13th Schedule of AP REORGANISATION ACT formed on 20th Feb 2014 at the time of state bifurcation, the Central government made a handful promises to Andhra Pradesh owing to the state’s deficit budget during bifurcation. AP has been increasing substantially in e-Governance and Information Technology due to the availability of talent pool, low cost of operations as well as in the emerging policies of the Government. The growth of AP during the next decade is estimated to be approximately 12% CAGR.
The key promises made to the state during the bifurcation include Dugarajapatnam port, Vizag-Chennai industrial corridor, extension of three AP airports, Vizag railway zone, metro rail project, educational institutions such as IITs, NITs, IIMs and many others, healthcare schemes, petroleum industry, funds for the large-scale irrigation projects and so on. Among all the promises made, healthcare, capital city building, and educational sector are among the key sectors which have witnessed initiatives and support from the central government.
Moreover, Investments in IT industry of $2 Billion with a 5% share in national exports of Software to create additional direct employment of 0.5 Million. Vizag will be developed as a Mega IT hub with a built-up space of 5 million square feet and a signature tower of 1 Million square feet in the form of a nucleus of mega IT hub. Additionally, APIIC requires industrial parks which comprise of IT, Bio-Tech, Automotive, Apparel and other industrial and general infrastructural development organizations and associations. The land allocation would be on the basis of investment capacity as well as based on business proposals.
The special status will provide the 3% discount will be provided under special status on working capital for the establishment of industries. 50% will apply to electricity industry costs for approximately 10 years. What AP lost without the allocation of special status include the foreign direct investments for the establishment of industries, infrastructural facilities development, and crops irrigation.
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1.1. Executive Summary
2. Special Status Analysis
2.1. Benefits of Special Status
2.2. “What we Lost” without special status
2.3. Future Opportunities & growth prospects with special status
3. Special Status Analysis – By Industry
3.2. Power Generation
3.3. Agriculture, Food & Consumer Goods
3.5. ICT & IT
3.6. Transportation & Infrastructure
3.8. Chemicals & Materials
4. Key Future Strategies
5.1. List of Tables
5.2. List of Figures