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Executive Resume of the Information and Communication Technologies Business Profile (2006)

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  • 1. Imagen 14,61 x 10,61 INFORMA TION & COMMUNICATIONS TEC H NOLOG IE S Executive Resume Caracas, January 2007 Get the complete version at www.conapri.org Virtual Store
  • 2.
    • Introduction
    • Advantages available to the investor
    • Legal Framework:
          • Taxation System: Income Tax Law, Value Added Tax (VAT) Law, Organic Law against the Illegal Trafficking and Consumption of Narcotic and Psychotropic Drugs (LOCTICSEP), and Organic Law on Science, Technology and Innovation (LOCTI).
          • Regulation of Foreign Investment
          • Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements
          • Investment Incentives
          • Procedures for Investment
          • How to set up a company
          • Juridical Stability Agreements
          • Trade and Integration Agreements
          • Legal Framework for the ICT Sector: Organic Telecommunications Law, Organic Law on Science, Technology and Innovation, other laws and decrees.
    Table of Contents
  • 3.
    • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), Worldwide
          • World market of products
          • World users of the Internet
          • Demand by product: Evolution of the number of PCs for every 100 inhabitants; Evolution of the number of mobile telephony users for every 100 inhabitants
          • Trends: Evolution of number of mobile telephony users who make purchases via the Terminal
    • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), Latin America
          • Investments in IT (US$ millions)
          • Breakdown of Investment in IT by country (%)
          • Growth of the IT sector (%)
          • Breakdown of storage unit sales in Latin America by country (%)
          • Breakdown of server sales in Latin America by country (%)
          • Penetra tion of the Internet
    Table of Contents
  • 4.
    • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), Venezuela
          • Investments in IT (US$ millions)
          • Breakdown of Investments in IT (%)
          • Investments in Software (US$ millions)
          • Investments in IT Services (US$ millions)
          • World Map of IT Service Providers
          • Investments in Hardware (US$ millions)
          • Breakdown of Investments in Hardware by type of product (%)
          • Investments in PC’s (US$ millions)
          • Breakdown of PCs, Units (%)
          • Breakdown of PCs, Sales (%)
          • Servers by horizontal market 2005 (%)
          • Servers by vertical market 2005 (%)
    Table of Contents
  • 5.
    • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), Venezuela
          • Breakdown of Peripherals (%) 2005
          • Storage (%) 2005
    • Telecommunications in Venezuela
          • Venezuela, Investments in Telecommunications (%) 2005
          • Sector’s annual growth (%)
          • Sector’s quarterly growth (%)
          • Weight of sector in GDP
          • Fixed telephony
          • Breakdown of fixed telephony, 1st quarter
          • Mobile telephony
          • Distribution of mobile telephony, 1st quarter
          • Internet
    Table of Contents
  • 6.
    • Telecommunications in Venezuela …
          • Internet subscribers (thousands)
          • Sector estimates at close of 1st quarter 2006
    • Potential of Venezuelan ICT sector: strengths, qualified manpower, public sector and private sector projects and programs in progress
    • Prospects
    • Making contact
    Table of Contents
  • 7. INTRODUCTION
  • 8.
    • The Information and Communications Technologies Sector (ICT) covers the production, marketing and operation of computer equipment and programs and services based on information and telecommunications technologies. ICTs encompass the following sub-sectors: Hardware, Software, Services and Telecommunications.
    • This sector has become a factor that has an across-the-board impact on all other productive sectors. There is no field of business that is not influenced by these technologies. From agriculture to manufacturing, medicine and services to cultural activities and sports, the use of information and telecommunications technologies has become something commonplace that brings with it a high added-value element in the form of manpower engaged in research and development (the sector’s cornerstone).
  • 9.
    • The importance of ICTs as a tool for achieving greater levels of productivity and competitiveness is reflected in the global technological products and services sales figures, which came to nearly EUR 2 trillion in 2005. By the same token, it is hardly surprising that the countries occupying the first places in terms of competitiveness, according to the World Economic Forum, are countries that are strong in the areas of technology and research and development.
    • In this context, Venezuela has a strong competitive advantage, thanks to the quality of its ICT human resources. Sectors such as the software and IT services sector have already overcome geographical boundaries and are positioning themselves in key markets worldwide.
  • 10. COUNTRY PROFILE and the legal system
  • 11.
    • No restrictions to participation of private capital, whether foreign or domestic, except in the case of iron, a sector reserved for the state.
    • Freedom of repatriation of capital and earnings, following compliance with requirements governing purchase of foreign exchange.
    • Signing of international treaties for protection and promotion of foreign investment.
    • Value Added Tax exemption for imports of goods and services during the pre-operational stage of mining projects geared towards exports.
    • Geographical location favoring access to main markets.
    • Participation in a variety of commercial integration arrangements: Andean Community, G-3 and CARICOM, among others.
    • (*) Venezuela has given notice of termination of the G-3 Agreement. Customs Preferences will be maintained for at least six (6) months.
    • (**) Venezuela has withdrawn from the CAN. Customs Preferences are to be maintained for five (5) years.
    Advantages available to the investor
  • 12. Source: Yearbook 2005. Institute of Management Development (IMD).
    • In the past two years, Venezuela has been one of the countries whose economy has demonstrated a high rate of recovery, becoming first country in the world in terms of domestic growth during that period.
    • The recovering is reflected on the consumption of the Venezuelan, where food reachs 52% of total comsumption.
    Advantages available to the investor
  • 13. Obtain a visa Incorporate the company Register company with tax authorities Register company’s investment Register company with social security agency Register company with INCE Business Visitor’s Visa Investor Visitor’s Visa Decide on type of company Name the company Pay in minimum required capital File with Mercantile Registry Publish incorporation papers Banking Oil and gas Insurance Mining Other sectors Draw up articles of incorporation and bylaws General Legal Framework
  • 14. Besides the figures given earlier, there are other factors that will give us an overview of the sector: Telecommunications Infrastructure Manpower Legal Framework Synergies between main players Venezuela has one of the best telecommunications networks in Latin America. Joint Cooperation Programs among the different sectors Existence of government programs favoring the development and use of ICTs There are good universities, institutes of technology, and other research centers in Venezuela. Article 110 of the Venezuelan Constitution Decree 825, decree on Data Messages and Electronic Signatures with the rank of a law Laws: Telecommunications, Science & Technology
  • 15. ICT IN VENEZUELA
  • 16. World ICT Products Market (millions of euros)
    • In 2005, telecommunications services and equipping with ICT accounted for 71% of the market.
    • 89% of the demand for ICT services is from the United States, Europe and Japan.
    • 92% of world demand for software is located in the United States, Europe and Japan.
    • In 2007, the United states will consume EUR 93.62 billion in software products.
    Source: Prepared in-house by N-economía from EITO 2006. Note: 2005 figures are estimates and 2007 figures forecasts. Products market 3.9 6.6 1 3.9 3.1 Total 6.7 12.5 5.1 6.7 5.8 Software 3.9 8.6 1 2.4 1.9 Telecommunications Services 6.1 11.9 5 5.6 5.2 IT Services 1.7 2.6 -1.8 2.3 2.4 Equipping with ICT Variation 2007 / 2005 (%) 2,103,059 519,199 293,374 589,330 701,156 Total 218,572 21,434 24,214 93,622 79,302 Software 917,622 297,420 117,544 200,167 302,491 Telecommunications Services 421,296 52,461 53,768 169,314 145,753 IT Services 551,568 153,884 97,847 126,227 173,610 Equipping with ICT 2007 1,949,453 457,252 287,335 545,410 659,456 Total 191,966 16,949 21,930 82,208 70,879 Software 849,502 252,264 115,201 190,752 291,285 Telecommunications Services 374,197 41,920 48,753 151,745 131,779 IT Services 533,789 146,119 101,451 120,705 165,514 Equipping with ICT 2005 World Total Rest of the World Japan USA Europe  
  • 17. Breakdown of IT Investments by country (%)
    • As for total IT investments in Latin America, Brazil and Mexico take the lead, together accounting for 67% in 2005 and 68% in 2006.
    • It is estimated that Venezuela and Brazil will be the only countries in the region to increase their share in global investments in IT during 2006.
    Source: IDC de Venezuela / RoR: Rest of Latin America Indicators (Latin America) 2005 2006
  • 18. Source: IDC de Venezuela Breakdown of Investments in IT (%) US$ 1.0 9 billion, 2005
    • In Venezuela the main investments in IT are destined for hardware and software.
    • Worth noting are the major purchases of hardware by dynamic sectors such as the government (mainly PDVSA), the banks, and telecommunications.
    • In software, the main products marketed are CRM, ERP, and customized software.
    Indicators (Venezuela)
  • 19. Source: IDC de Venezuela Venezuela: Investments in Telecommunications (%) 2005 ( US$ 3.61 billion )
    • In Venezuela, the main investments in telecommunications go to the mobile telephony (59%) and fixed telephony (27%) segment.
    Indicators: Telecommunications
  • 20. Source: Central Bank of Venezuela , Quarterly GDP by class of economic activity at constant 1997 prices . Indicators: Telecommunications Venezuela
  • 21. Source: Conatel. *Preliminary figures
    • According to preliminary Conatel figures, the telecommunications sector had operating revenues of nearly Bs.3 trillion (US$1.39 billion).
    • Investments between January and March 2006 came to Bs.296 billion (US$138 million). This figure does not include the purchase of Digitel TIM.
    Estimates as at close of I Q 2006 Indicators: Telecommunications Venezuela 28.8% 506 1,757 2,263 Telecommunications Centers     9.53% 13.23% Penetration per 100 inhabitants 41.4% 1,038,609 2,510,808 3,549,417 Internet Users 38.3% 188,125 491,819 679,944 Internet Service Subscribers     33.34% 50.87% Penetration per 100 inhabitants 55.5% 4,873,623 8,778,529 13,652,152 Mobile Telephony Subscribers     13.02% 13.8% Penetration per 100 inhabitants 8% 275,139 3,427,135 3,702,274 Local Fixed Telephony Subscribers Relative Change Absolute Change I Q 2005* I Q 2006* Indicators
  • 22. Web site htttp://www.conapri.org Phone: +58 212 953 1946 Fax : +58 212 953 3915 Address Calle Guaicaipuro Torre Forum Planta B aja, O ficina LC-A El Rosal Caracas 1060, Venezuela Contact us