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  • LAGHU UDYOG SAMACHARLAGHU UDYOG SAMACHAR vxLr / August, 2009 ewY; % 15 #i;s @ Price : Rs. 15

  • Shri Dinesh Rai, Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India addressing the Conference of SME Exchange: Challenges & Opportunities organised by CII in New Delhi on July 16, 2009. Shri Madhav Lal, Additional Secretary and Development Commissioner, Government of India (extreme right) was also present in the conference.

    Chief Guest Shri Madhav Lal, Additional Secretary & Development Commissioner, Government of India addressing the 5th annual function of Okhla Garment and Textile Cluster in New Delhi on July 3, 2009.

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    The material for publication should be sent, in triplicate, neatly typed in double space. The reports on functions or events should be sent immediately after its conclusion. Articles/ Reports should be accompanied by photographs with captions pasted upon reverse. The photographs should be placed in between the thick paper, gem clipped and attached to the forwarding letter. Photographs should be focussed more on the events or products than personalities.

    All efforts have been made to ensure that the information published is correct and reliable. However the Laghu Udyog Samachar journal holds no responsibility for any inadvertent error, commission or omission. Opinions, photographs and views published in Laghu Udyog Samachar journal do not necessarily reflect the views of Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises or Government.

    Editorial Office : Advertising & Publicity Division, Office of the Development Commissioner (MSME), Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi-110108, Phone & Fax : 011-23062219

    Published by : Development Commissioner (MSME), Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Govt. of India, Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi-110108

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    Editorial Team

    K.S. Ludu Editor-in-Chief

    Harish Anand Senior Editor

    Harendra Pratap Editor

    Editorial Advisory Board Chairman : Madhav Lal

    Additional Secretary & Development Commissioner (MSME) Vice Chairman : K.S. Ludu

    Additional Secretary & Development Commissioner

    Members Praveen Mahto

    Additional Economic Advisor Devashish Bandhyopadhayay

    Director (IC & CD) Deputy Secretary (Ministry of MSME)

    Harish Anand Senior Editor

    Harendra Pratap Editor

    A Journal for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises SAMACHAR

  • NEWS

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    • Prime Minister to give National Awards

    to Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises 3

    • Budget : Measures relating to MSME Sector 3


    • Global Economic Crisis and Challenges

    to Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises 4


    • Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

    Development Institute, Jaipur 8

    • Agro & Food Industy in Rajasthan 9


    • Policy Package for Micro, Small &

    Medium Enterprises 10

    State Profile 15

    Calendar 17

    Events 19

    News 20

    Media: News & Views 22


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  • August, 2009 3


  • Present Economic


    The Global economic

    crisis has affected the

    Indian economy

    adversely. Economic

    growth decelerated in

    2008-09 to 6.7 per cent.

    This represented a decline

    of 2.1 per cent from the

    average growth rate of 8.8

    per cent in the previous

    five years (2003-04 to

    2007-08). It has impacted

    the growth of industry,

    trade sectors as well as the

    services sectors too. The

    export-oriented industries,

    suffered during the second

    half of the year drastically.

    The economy

    continues to face wide-

    ranging challenges of

    improving social and

    physical infrastructure to

    enhancing productivity in

    every field of activity. The growth of the agriculture

    sector is also expected to be retarded in the wake of

    late monsoon. Though there are some favourable

    indicators to the Indian economy like financially

    sound position of banks, comfortable position of

    foreign exchange reserves and external debt and

    inflation being under well control for the time being,

    but it will require all out efforts by the various actors

    of the economy to swing back it into overall

    comfortable position. In one sense the downturn of

    the economy has given an opportunity to the

    various stakeholders to improve continuously their

    economic activities not only at intra firm or

    organization level but also at the national and

    global level.

    The adverse effect of the global financial crisis

    was also felt on the export sector, mainly because of

    two reasons - Drying up of international financing

    and trade credit and a fall in global demand. During

    2008-09, the growth in exports was robust till August

    2008 but turned negative in October 2008 and

    remained negative till the end of the financial year.

    For the year as a whole, the growth in merchandise

    exports during 2008-09 was 3.6 per cent in US dollar

    terms and 16.9 per cent in rupee terms (compared

    to 28.9 per cent and 14.7 per cent respectively in

    Dr. Om Prakash Mehta

    Director (Planning),

    O/o DC (MSME),

    Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi

    The downfall of the economy has affected the economic growth adversely.

    Though the Indian economy has certain positive aspects, yet it is a challenging

    time during the recession phase of the economy. The micro, small and medium

    enterprises that have an important role in the economy have also been

    experiencing the resonance of the impact. Though there is no readily available

    data in this regard, yet it is the phase these enterprises need to introspect on

    the ways and means of their working for improving and maintaining their

    competitiveness not only at the national level but also at the global level. The

    article highlights some of these areas to be concentrated upon.

    Global Economic Crisis and Challenges to

    Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises


    Laghu Udyog Samachar4

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