capex: PLI scheme to account for 13-15 pc capex in key industrial sectors over subsequent 3-4 years: Report


Manufacturing Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme will account for 13-15 per cent of the common annual funding spending in key industrial sectors over the following three-four years, in response to a report by Crisil. Since its introduction in March 2020, PLI has been introduced for 15 sectors, involving authorities incentives to the tune of Rs 1.93 lakh crore. Of this, 50-60 per cent is to be spent on sectors with home manufacturing and export focus, and the remainder on import localization.

“Implementation of the Manufacturing Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme will result in a possible capital expenditure (capex) of Rs 2.5-3 lakh crore over the scheme interval and can account for 13-15 per cent of common annual funding spending in key industrial sectors over the following 3-4 years,” the score company stated in a report launched on Wednesday.

PLI is now poised for a fast on-the-ground execution, with virtually 60 per cent of the capex already authorised and main spending set to happen over FY23-FY26. The capex has been authorised for 10 sectors, it stated.

Whereas the capex in cellular, pharma and telecom has already kicked off, that in capital-intensive sectors akin to car and photo voltaic photovoltaics – which kind 70 per cent of the dedicated funding – will kick off from April 2022, the company stated.

The scheme has acquired curiosity from over 900 gamers throughout sectors, of which round 350 have gotten approval to date.

The Crisil Director Hetal Gandhi stated PLI will spur inexperienced investments in India, with round 55 per cent of the scheme anticipated to be inexperienced, in sectors akin to electrical automobiles/gasoline cell electrical automobiles, and photo voltaic photovoltaics.

The report stated that together with supply-chain integration, PLI will help exports too. Of the 15 sectors, 9 have an export potential, starting from 20-80 per cent of the incremental income generated, the company stated, including that this, in flip, can create an annual export potential of Rs 2 lakh crore or 6 per cent of the overall exports of calendar yr 2021.

Sectors that would profit from exports embody mobiles, pharma, meals processing, IT {hardware}, white items and specialty metal, the company stated.

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