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About Gujarat: Industries, Economy, Ports, Exporters, Climate, Geography

Latest update: August, 2015

Economic Snapshot: GSDP of Gujarat

Gujarat's gross state domestic product (GSDP) was at US$ 142.38 billion over 2014-15

Economic Snapshot: GSDP of Gujarat

Economic Snapshot: NSDP of Gujarat

Gujarat' net state domestic product (NSDP) was at US$ 120.91 billion over 2014-15

Break up of outstanding investments in Gujarat



  • Capital:Gandhinagar
  • Geographical Area (sq km):196,024
  • State Language:Gujarati, Hindi and English
  • Literacy Rate:78 per cent
  • Key Industries:Agro and food processing, dairy, chemicals and petrochemicals, textiles and apparels, engineering and auto, gems and jewellery, oil and gas, IT and power

Last Updated: August, 2015

GUJARAT State Report | August, 2015

Gujarat is located on the western coast of India and has the longest coastline of 1,600 km in the country. The state shares its borders with Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and the Union Territories of Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli. The Arabian Sea borders the state both to the west and the south-west.

Gujarat is very strong in the petroleum sector and is considered the petro capital of India. The state attracted cumulative FDI worth US$ 9.6 billion from April 2000-May 2014 and is the second highest recipient of FDI in India after Maharashtra. At current prices, Gujarat's gross state domestic product (GSDP) was about US$ 123.4 billion over 2012-13.

Gujarat is the largest exporter of cotton (60.0 per cent) in the country. Overall the state contributes around 25 per cent to India's total export of goods. The state has excellent infrastructure as compared to the other states. There are 42 ports, 13 domestic airports and one international airport. There are 83 product clusters, 257 industrial estates, 32 notified special economic zones (SEZs) and upcoming infrastructure on the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).

Gujarat is the only state in India where the state government has framed policies in almost all key sectors such as industry, power, ports, roads, agriculture and minerals. Gujarat's Industrial Policy, 2009, offers attractive incentives and concessions for prospective investors.

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