FDI in the R & D Sector Study for the pattern in 1998 - 2003

Code No: TMS179 Price: 400 Category: Others Areas

Year of Publication : 2006

Table of Contents : Executive Summary

Chapter I Object of the Study and Background
Chapter II Methodology
Chapter III Database of FDI Companies in the R&D Sector - The Nine Annexure to the Report
   
Chapter IV Highlights of the Structure and Working of FDI in the R&D Sector
4.1
R&D Services Emerge as the Third Segment in Export of IT Services, occupies a share of 18.4% of software exports
4.2
R&D investment worth of $1.13 bn has flowed into India during the five year period 1998-2003
4.3
Planned Investment in the R&D Sector totals to $4.65 bn. The US plan is the biggest and widest, followed by Germany. R&D thrust is part of a larger and complex operation.
4.4
A Scientist in India at $10,000 per year is cheap compared to the $100,000 per year for a Scientist in US
4.5
22980 R&D workers consisting of scientists, software engineers and other support staff manned the 100 FDI companies in the R&D sector.
4.6
Germany and Korea tie for Second Place. France, Japan, show interest in India
4.7
China too Marks Presence in India, Nine other countries Start R&D Ventures in India
4.8
Nearly Half the FDI in the R&D Sector is in Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai region rank second and third
4.9
The Bulk of the R&D Investment entered India during the Three Year Period 1999-2001
4.10
Computer Based R&D Dominates, Drugs, Chemicals and Agro too Show Promise
4.11
The FDI Majors in India are Working on Latest Technologies – At least 415 Patents filed from India in US
4.12
Nearly half the FDI companies are cases of relocation of Inhouse R&D in home country to Offshore Location in India
4.13
Partnerships with local companies are good at the start but partnerships are not forever – 56 percent of FDI companies prefer to live alone in India, 100% foreign equity without local partners in equity
Chapter V
Recommendations
5.1.
Registry of FDI and annual returns at TIFAC under FT(D&R) Act, 1992
5.2
R&D Services Export Data with RBI Figures through Payment
5.3
Monthly monitoring and monthly newsletter
5.4
Annual report and conference
5.5
Coding of Specific R&D activity
5.6
Investment promotion
5.7
FDI policy for the R&D sector
Chapter VI
FDI Based R&D Services and S&T Policy 2003
Chapter VII
R&D Services at WTO & INDIA – An Outline For a Negotiation stance
Chapter VIII
FDI in R&D Services and Transfer of Technology to Public Domain
 
ANNEXURES
I
FDI in the R&D Sector – Summary Profiles of Top 100 Companies
II
FDI in the R&D Sector – Detailed Profile of Top 100 Companies
III
FDI in the R&D Sector – Activity type, Domestic Parties
IIIA
FDI in the R&D Sector – Exports only
IIIB
FDI in the R&D Sector – Activity type-Exports + Domestic
IIIC
FDI in the R&D Sector – Activity type, Manufacturing Domestic + R&D Exports
IIID
FDI in the R&D Sector – Activity type, in house outsourcing
IIIE
FDI in the R&D Sector – Activity type-Contract Research

IIIF, G, H

FDI in the R&D Sector – Domestic Partners
IV
FDI in the R&D Sector – Major R&D Segments – Summary Table
V
FDI in the R&D Sector – Detailed R&D Segments Company wise
VI
FDI in the R&D Sector – Top 100 Companies: Location and Contact Detail
VII
FDI in the R&D Sector – Detailed Profile of 70 Companies for Further Exploration in Phase II of Project
VIII
Profiles of Major FDI Companies in the R&D Sector
TABLES
1
Value of R&D Services Exports in Software Services Exports
2
Country wise spread of FDI in R&D Sector – R&D Investment, Planned Investment and No. of R&D Workers
3
Home city for the FDI Companies in the R&D Sector
4
FDI in the R&D sector with Year of Establishment in India
5
Major R&D Segments for FDI Companies in the R&D Sector
6
FDI in the R&D Sector – Patents Filed from India in the US
7
Activity types of Top 100 FDI Companies in R&D Sector
8
Partnership Patterns of Top 100 FDI Companies in R&D Sector

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