The chemicals sector holds a significant position in the Indian economy, accounting for 7% of the GDP and about 14% in overall index of industrial production (IIP). India has significant presence in production of basic organic chemicals, fertilisers, pesticides, paints, dyestuffs and intermediates and fine and specialty chemicals. The sector faces key challenges such as inadequate infrastructure facilities, high costs of basic raw materials like natural gas and crude oil, high cost of capital and need for technological modernisation of its facilities.
The key success factors for the sectors are the use of advanced technology, strong research capabilities, backward and forward linkages and development of domestic capacity to reduce dependence on imported raw materials. It has also become imperative for the sector to address safety, health and environmental protection issues in an organised manner.
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