The 19th India International Communication Exhibit

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The 19th India International Communication Exhibition 2011 was held in March. I. Basic information of the exhibition. II. Exhibition scope. Communication products: mobile communication, satellite receiver, decoder, set-top box, portable communication terminal, network equipment, wireless devices, remote control and remote sensing devices, monitoring equipment, optical fiber, cables, handheld, fixed Telecommunication and interconnection services; Satellite broadcasting equipment; Information security and other

computer peripherals and software: personal computer, notebook, PDA, computer accessories and parts, display technology, motherboard and accessories, sound card, graphics card, game control panel, external storage equipment, office automation, system software, communication software, program multimedia application system

electronic components in related communication fields: digital video

consumer electronics: MP3, digital video, projector, camera Mobile media, DAB receiver, etc.

III. organizational advantages

the China Council for the promotion of international trade of the Ministry of industry and information technology is a branch of the China Council for the promotion of international trade and a public institution directly under the Ministry of industry and information technology of the people's Republic of China. It is under the dual leadership of the Ministry of industry and information technology of the people's Republic of China and the China Council for the promotion of international trade

the China Council for the promotion of international trade (CCPIT) of the Ministry of industry and information technology (MIIT) is a specialized agency approved by the Ministry of Commerce, the China Council for the promotion of international trade (CCPIT) and the Ministry of industry and information technology (MIIT) with the right to host exhibitions at home and abroad. Over the years, it has organized a large number of relevant domestic enterprises to participate in international exhibitions around the world. It is an authoritative agency of the CCPIT system dedicated to promoting the development of economic, trade and technical cooperation between China. Promote international exchanges and cooperation among small and medium-sized enterprises in the electronic information industry, and provide services for enterprises to use foreign capital, introduce technology and various forms of economic and technological cooperation, and develop an export-oriented economy

IV. four attractions of the Indian market:

the market temptation brought by the explosive growth of the Indian communication market, especially the mobile communication field. Since 2003, the number of mobile communication end users in India has increased by more than 100% every year

the operation market is fully competitive. India has formed a tripartite pattern of state-owned, private and foreign investment. As early as 1992, the Indian government banned state-owned operators from entering the mobile communication market. Some local private enterprises and foreign operators, such as reliance, Tata, Bharti and Hutchison Whampoa in Hong Kong, China, were very active and entered the mobile communication market in the form of sole proprietorship or joint venture. It was not until 1999 that Indian state-owned operators bsnl and mtnl were allowed to establish their own mobile networks. Due to full competition, none of India's major operators has an absolute advantage in the mobile communication market. The market share of reliance, the largest mobile operator, is only 21%, Bharti accounts for 19%, and the electromechanical power selected by state-owned B is only 46. The operating skills have no impact on the reading. The SNL is 16%, and Hutchison Telecom is 11%. The remaining 30% of the market is divided up by dozens of small operators. This fully competitive market pattern is objectively conducive to the entry of communication equipment enterprises into the market

stimulation from the development of Indian software industry. Since 2002, the IT industry in developed countries has listed cost control as the first element of enterprise development, increasing the outsourcing share, while India is the first choice for software outsourcing. Outsourcing business has promoted the recovery and rapid development of India's software industry. A large number of high-quality and low-cost software engineer resources have attracted foreign telecom equipment manufacturers to invest directly in India to establish R & D centers and production bases. At the same time, the software industry has driven the development of Indian hotel industry, real estate and even the whole national economy. Consumers' demand for communication products, especially mobile communication, has also been naturally released

the government's policy promotion is indispensable. The introduction of a series of measures, such as relaxing market access, fostering market competition, changing the mobile communication tariff mode, increasing the proportion of foreign capital holding shares with obvious geographical differences in China's energy distribution, and simplifying the telecom industry's tax system, has made India's telecom industry catch up with China in the pace of deregulation and liberalization. These policies have not only directly attracted foreign capital, but also fostered a healthy and rapid development market pattern, It has greatly optimized the investment environment of India's telecommunications industry

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