Gujarat Vittal Innovation City
A Hi-Tech Special Economic Zone Promoted by EMPI Vittal Centre Innopolis & GIDC, Government of Gujarat
     
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Why Gujarat

  • With an economic growth rate of more than 10%, Gujarat is much comparable and competent amongst most of the global investment destinations such as Malaysia and Singapore.

  • It is home to companies of international repute.

  • Gujarat is home to 1200 large industries & over 3,12,000 MSMEs.

Global Investment Destination

  • World’s largest producer of processed diamonds and wall clocks

  • World’s largest gas based single location sponge iron plant

  • World’s largest producer of castor and cumin

  • World’s 3rd largest producer of denim

  • World’s 3rd largest grass-root petroleum refinery

Gujarat: A Favored Destination

As per Deutsche Bank Research,

  • Gujarat offers the most favorable outlook for infrastructure projects

  • Gujarat ranks 1st with 28 points out of total 33 points in the “Regional Scoring” among 27 states in India

Gujarat achieved the highest scores in both Socio Economic and Infrastructure factor groups indicating a well balanced result ….

Gujarat tops among states in project investment approved by Financial Institutions in 2007-08 (RBI Study)

With 5% of population and 6% geographical area, Gujarat contributes 16% on India’s industrial output

About Gujarat

  • Strategic location with proximity to west coast and gateway to landlocked north and central hinterland.

  • The state accounts for 33.5% area notified under SEZ in the country.

  • Longest coast-line of about 1600 kms.

  • Investor friendly state- flexible investor policies.

Gujarat Overview

  • Gujarat has geographical area of 1.96 lakh sq.kms. and accounts for 6.19 percent of the total area of the country.

  • According to Population Census 2001, Gujarat has a population of 5.06 crore (2001) and an urban population of about 37.67 per cent.

  • The literacy rate in the State has increased from 61.29 per cent in 1991 to 69.97 per cent in 2001.