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February 01

India Capital Expenditure Survey 2012

Keywords: Fixed Assets, Plant, Machinery, Land, Manufacturing, Automation.

Executive Overview
A company incurs capital expenditure (CapEx) - the capital utilized to buy fixed assets or to add to the value of existing fixed assets - to acquire or upgrade physical assets on plant and machinery, land and buildings, property, and such others. ARC Advisory Group captures CapEx in this report in two separate segments: based on the money spent on acquiring and upgrading total fixed assets; and on the money spent on acquiring and upgrading the plant and machinery.

ARC recently published Part 1 of the CapEx report for all world regions "2012 Capital Expenditures by World Regions." Part 1 focused on regional capital expenditures and Part 2 focused on industries for all world regions including North America, EMEA, Asia, and Latin America. However, ARC's India capital expenditure report focuses exclusively on India's capital expenditure analysis and includes the CapEx trends for leading industries in the country, such as automotive, cement, chemical & petrochemical, electric power, metals, oil & gas and refining, and pharmaceutical.

Table of Contents

  • Executive Overview
  • An Overview of India's Economy
  • Deriving CapEx Scenario - Methodology and Factors for Consideration
  • Major Factors Influencing India's Economy and CapEx
  • CapEx Trend by Industry
    • Automotive
    • Cement
    • Chemical and Petrochemical
    • Electric Power
    • Metals
    • Oil & Gas and Refining
    • Pharmaceutical    
  • Recommendations


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