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The report provides top-level market analysis, information and insights on the Indian mining industry, including:
• A comprehensive breakdown of the Indian mining industry by segments such as coal, metallic minerals and non-metallic minerals
• Details of top companies active across the Indian mining industry
• Emerging trends and opportunities in the Indian mining industry

Executive Summary
Domestic demand for resources has led to strong overall growth in India’s mining sector, which is expected to remain robust over the next five years. Demand for electricity and cement has made coal the most valued mineral, offering substantial business opportunities in coal mining, and favorable government policies are encouraging investment in this sector. industry analysis reports

India’s “automatic approval” route enables 100% foreign investment in metallic and non-metallic ore mining, and multinational corporations are expected to make significant investments in the Indian mining sector. In particular, India’s relatively low per-capita consumption of steel suggests indicates a huge potential market for the metal, which is expected to encourage investments and the introduction and development of new technologies. Despite the high domestic potential, however, Indian companies are also actively acquiring coal assets in countries such as South Africa, Mozambique, Indonesia, Australia and Zimbabwe.

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the mining industry in India:
• It provides analysis of the country’s mining industry production during 2005–2010, along with market forecasts until 2015
• It analyses the market size and production trends of the Indian mining equipment industry, and outlines the sector’s future growth
• It benchmarks the India mining industry with key global markets
• Using Porter’s industry-standard “Five Forces” analysis, it details the competitive landscape in India for coal, metallic minerals, non-metallic minerals and mining equipment
• It details the competitive landscape and strategic mining industry insights
• It provides a comprehensive analysis of the business environment and country risk for India

Reasons To Buy
• Gain a top-level insight into the Indian mining industry, with current, historic and forecast production data on coal, metallic minerals and non-metallic minerals
• Develop market-entry strategies by understanding the key market opportunities, along with the regulations governing the Indian mining industry
• Gain insight on the Indian mining industry’s import and export dynamics
• Assess the Indian mining industry’s structure and competitive landscape
• Identify key operators in the Indian mining industry, along with profiles on those companies

Key Highlights
• Coal was India’s most valued mineral in 2010, with production valuing US$10.7 billion. Iron ore dominates the metallic mineral category, while the non-metallic category is dominated by limestone
• As a result of India’s strong economic growth, the mining industry grew at a CAGR of 10.4% during the 2006–2010 review period
• The country’s total mineral production grew at a CAGR of 4.7%, to reach an estimated quantity of 1 billion tons in 2010
• During the 2011–2015 forecast period, the expansion of key end-user markets such as construction, infrastructure and power generation will continue to generate demand for minerals
• While increased demand, prospecting, exploration of unknown deposits, new discoveries and the latest technologies present many opportunities to the Indian mining industry, illegal mining, environmental concerns and bureaucracy remain serious concerns

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