Excellent economic progress
- Only state to achieve double-digit growth rate since 2004
- A revenue surplus state since 2004
- State achieving agricultural growth as high as 20%.
- Achieved top ranking in the Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) under the ‘allotment of land obtaining construction permits’ category. The State has with least number of land accusation disputes.
Location: Situated in the most central part of the country.
Top Class Infrastructure: Excellent infrastructure with two- international airports*, three domestic airports and six small airports spread across the State. Top-ranked and high-speed road, rail and broadband networks, second to none. *425 trains transit* almost on a daily basis. About *1.60 lakh kilometers* long roads constructed in the state.
Industrial Growth rate: Achieved 8 percent growth rate due to improved industrial infrastructure, maximised facilities for investors.
Power Scenario: A power surplus state. 17 thousand 169 MW power available. Power generation capacity to be increased to 22 thousand MW by 2022.
Renewable energy: The renewable energy capacity increased to 3 thousand 176 MW. Largest solar power plant with a capacity of 750 megawatt in the world taking shape in Rewa district. The largest solar plant with a capacity of 135 megawatts in Asia situated in Neemach district.
Rich mineral /forest resources: Largest reserves of diamond and copper in India. Fourth-largest cement producing state, accounting for 14 per cent of India’s total cement production. Ranked third in mineral production after Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh. Largest open cast copper mine located at Balaghat. Thickest coal seam in Asia of 135 m at Singrauli coalfield. Country’s 12 per cent of India’s forests in Madhya Pradesh.
Agri-GDP rising: Excellent performance in agriculture — agri-GDP of MP grew at 9.7 per cent per annum during 2005-06 to 2014-15, surpassing even record-holder Gujarat’s 7.7 per cent.
GDP & Industrial growth rising: During the year of 2014-15, GDP of MP Registered 10.19 and Industrial growth rate is 8.04 per cent.
Skilled hands: 40 lakh manpower will be trained in the next few years under the Madhya Pradesh Skill Development mission. A capital fund of rupees 100 crores has been established for those people who are coming with innovative ideas of start-ups.
Key sectors for Investment:
- Agri Business and Food Processing
- Textiles and Handlooms
- Automobile and Engineering
- Renewable Energy
- IT/ITES and ECDM
- Urban Development