Being the national capital, Delhi is one of the most important locations for businesses and investors.It is also one of the biggest consumer markets in the country. Delhi's National

Capital Region comprises Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad, and Ghaziabad, and it is the principal business and commercial centre of north India. The State's Gross State Domestic Product at current prices increased from US$ 15.9 billion in 2002-03 to US$ 17.8 billion in 2003-04, registering a growth of 12.1 per cent.

Below mentioned are the key highlights of the state:
  • State Domestic Product: USD 17.8 Bn (2004)
  • A prosperous and fast growing economy driven by services sector
  • Second most favoured FDI destination in India
  • Biggest consumption centre in India for consumer goods and cars,
  • Highest concentration of "super-rich" and "rich" households
  • Attractive tourist destination with the second highest share of foreign tourists

Delhi is among the most advanced economies in India, with the services sector contributing 77 percent to the state's domestic product. The sector grew at 12 per cent between 1993-94 and 2000-01 Due to non-availability of fertile land and growing industrialization, agriculture sector contributes a marginal share in the state GDP. Delhi is the second most favored destination for FDI, accounting for 12.07% of total FDI into India.