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    • Minas Gerais State Government
      Economic Development Secretariat
      Exportaminas Center
      Minas Gerais
      your trade partner in Brazil
    • BRAZIL
      Territory of continental dimensions
      Fifth largest country in the world
      193 million inhabitants (2008 est.)
      GDP approximately USD 1.31 trillion (2007)
      GDP nearly USD 1.61 trillion (2008 est.)
      GDP roughly USD 1.48 trillion (2009 est.)
      Source: Wikipedia, based on IMF data. 2010
    • Mercosul – Chile Axe
      Area: 3.1 million square kilometers
      Population: 126 million inhabitants
      GDP: USD 469.7 billion
      Source: IIRSA, May 2010.
    • Minas Gerais main figures
      South America
      20 million (2009 estimate)
      Belo Horizonte – 2.45 million (2009 est.)
      Greater Metropolitan area – 4.9 million
      GDP: US$ 46.8 billion (2003)
      US$ 125.3 billion (2009 est.)
      Source- Fundação João Pinheiro
      8.5% of Brazil’s GDP
      2006: + 3,7%
      2007: + 4,8%
      2008: + 6,3%
      2009: - 2,9%
      Population:
      Capital:
      Economy:
      Brazil
      Minas Gerais
      Belo Horizonte
      France
      Sweden
      Spain
      * Belo Horizonte – State Capital
      Source: IBGE, MDIC/SECEX
    • Minas Gerais is amongthemostdeveloped states in Brazil
      2nd most important in:
      • exports
      • agribusiness
      • industrial production
      5th largest importer
      Source: Ministry of Development, Industry and Trade – MDIC - August 2009
    • Belo Horizonte – A Multimodal HUB in Brazil
      500 Km
      1000 Km
    • Transportation Network
      Minas Gerais compassBrazil’slargesthighwayandrailroad networks
      Thelargestroad system in Brazil, whichfacilitatestheintegrationofurbancenters in the country andMercosul to major ports.
      TheState’s5.329Km railroad network is privatelyoperatedand is thelargest in the country.
      Centro-Atlântica (FCA) Railroad
      “Green Line” – thehighwayconnectingtheInternationalAirport to downtown Belo Horizonte
      Source: Presentation SEDE 2007
    • A World Class International Airport
      Belo Horizonte InternationalAirport
      Thefirstindustrial airport in Brazil, operating in a taxfreearea similar to a FREE TRADE ZONE SYSTEM.
      Oneofthefinestandbestequipedairports in Latin America, designed to host local andforeign industries.
      Source: INDI 2010
    • Belo Horizonte International Airport
      International flights operated by:
      • TAP (Portugal)
      • COPA (Panamá)
      • TAM (Brazil)
      • GOL (Brazil)
      • AMERICAN AIRLINES (USA)
      • TAM (PARIS)
      • PLUNA (Montevideo)
      • ABSA Cargo(Miami)
      Source: SEDE
    • Aerotropolis under development
      Detroit
      Frankfurt
      Ontario
      Amsterdam
      Denver
      Pequin
      Seoul
      Memphis
      Dallas/Forth Worth
      Shanghai
      Dubai
      Guangzhou
      Hong Kong
      Bangkok
      Kuala Lumpur
      Singapore
      Belo Horizonte
      Existent
      Under development
      Planned
      Initial phase
      Source: SEDE
    • Logistics – AirportLocations
      Montes Claros
      Diamantina
      Teófilo Otoni
      Minas Gerais has 82 airports, and is planning to built 69 more by 2012.
      Patos de Minas
      Governador Valadares
      Uberlândia
      Ituiutaba
      Ipatinga
      Iturama
      InternationalAirportBelo Horizonte
      Araxá
      Pampulha
      Uberaba
      Divinópolis
      Alfenas
      Juiz de Fora
      São João Del Rey
      Poços de Caldas
      Pouso Alegre
      Barbacena
      São Lourenço
      Varginha
    • 5 InlandPorts
      Uberaba InlandPort
      The 1st industrial park accreditedbythe Federal CustomsAuthority
      InlandPort
      Uberlândia
      Thelargestdryport in Brazil
      InlandPort
      Juiz de Fora
      GranbelInlandPortBH Metro Area
      South Minas InlandPort - Varginha
    • Custom Zones
      Custom Zones
      Efficientandreliable
      9 Custom units
      Redex
      Divinópolis
      InlandPort
      Uberlândia
      DRF - Governador Valadares
      IRF / BHE
      Confins IntnlAirport
      InlandPort - Betim
      InlandPort
      Uberaba
      InlandPort
      Juiz de Fora
      South Minas InlandPort
      Varginha
      Redex PCS/Guaxupé
    • EXPOMINAS
      Exhibition & Convention Center
      One of the most famous venues of the country.
      It hosts some of the renowned international events linked to a variety of industries.
      Averageof 50 nationalandinternational trade shows andeventsyearly.
      Thearea is multifunctional, flexible andconnectedbysubwayto downtown Belo Horizonte.
    • International Trade Shows
      The state of Minas Gerais will make its presence in some of the most important international food fairs in the world in 2011 .
    • Administrative Center of MG
    • Skilled Workforce
      Minas Gerais Universities world classeducation
      Dom Cabral Foundation
      Minas Gerais Federal University
      http://www.inep.gov.br
      Photo: Financial Times
      Dom Cabral Foundation ranks 6thamong the best business schools in the world and the best in Latin America.
      Source: Financial Times, 2010
      4 of Minas Gerais universities ranked amongst the 10 best universities in Brazil in 2010.
      UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE LAVRASUNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE MINAS GERAISFUNDAÇÃO UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE VIÇOSAUNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO TRIÂNGULO MINEIRO
    • International Business with Minas Gerais
    • Balance of MG International Trade
      Figures in US$ million FOB
      Source: Central Exportaminas – Panorama do Comércio Exterior de Minas Gerais - 2011
    • Balance of MG International Trade
      The 10 largest exporters in Minas Gerais
      Vale
      Comp. Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração
      Fiat Automóveis
      NacionalMinérios
      GerdauAçominas
      Mercedes-benz do Brasil
      CeluloseNipoBrasileira
      CompanhiaSiderúrgicaNacional
      AnglogoldBrasil
      Rio ParacatuMineração
      Figures in US$ million FOB
      Source: FatoRelevanteMarço 2010
      Total Exports
      Total Imports
      Source: Central Exportaminas – Panorama do Comércio Exterior de Minas Gerais - 2011
    • Mining
      • Iron ore
      • Niobium
      • Pigiron
      • Nickel
      • Manganese
      • Copper
      • Bauxite
      • Coal
      • Cobalt
      • Platinum
      • Aluminum
      • World’slargestniobiumproducer
      • Brazil’slargestiron ore producerandexporter
      • Largestpigiron hub in the country
    • Steel
      • 37% ofBrazilianrawsteelproduction
      • Brazil’sleading flat steelcompany
      • MG hasfiveofBrazil’slargeststeelplants
      Source: INDI 2007
    • Cement
      • MG is Brazil’slargestcementproducer
      • 12 plants / 8.8 million tons per year
      • Extensiveprivateinvestments in mineral exploration
      Holcimplant in Minas Gerais
      Source: SEDE 2005
    • Ornamental Stone
      • 5th largestexporter in the world ofgranite, slate, quartz, marbleandsoapstone
      • 160 varietiesof ornamental stone
      Source: SEDE 2007
    • GemsandJewelry
      • Brazilianjewelryexportsreached US$ 1.3 billion in 2006
      • Minas Gerais – leads nationalexportswithexcellence in design:
      • 63% exportsofgoldbars, gold strings andgoldsheet
      • 43% exportsofcoloredgems
      • 72% productionofdiamonds
      MG GemstoneAssociation - AJOMIG
      Jewelrycompany - Talento
      Source: IBGM 2006
    • Automobileand Auto Parts
      Mercedes Benz plant Producing class C cars to US market
      The largest FIAT plant in the world
      • 2nd largestcarmanufacturer in Brazil
      • 8,3% ofallvehiclesexportednationally in 2008
      • 21.7% ofalldomesticvehicleproduction
      Source: ANFAVEA 2008
    • Automobileand Auto Parts
      • 2nd largestcarmanufacturer in Brazil
      • 8,3% ofallvehiclesexportednationally in 2008
      • 21.7% ofalldomesticvehicleproduction
      • Thewholechain is wellstablished in theState
      Source: ANFAVEA 2008
    • TextileandClothing
      • Clothingandtextilesexportsof US$ 195 millionand US$ 168 million, respectively in 2008
      • A complete productionchainfromcotton to fashion
      • Largest Minas Gerais Textile Corporations:
      COTEMINAS SANTANENSE CEDRO CATAGUASES
      Source: ABIT – BrazilianTextileAssociation
    • Cosmetics
      • Thecosmeticsindustry in Minas hasgrown more than 20% over thepastfewyears.
      • Productswith tropical appeal are particularlysuccesful in foreignmarkets.
    • Shoes
      • 6th largestproduceroffootwear in Brazil
      • 1,382 shoefactories in thestate (2007)
      • US$ 16.22 million in exports (2008)
      Fonte: ABICALÇADOS 2008
    • Wood
      LUMBER
      FURNITURE
      • Theproductionarea is greaterthan 1 million hectares ofeucalyptusand 152 thousand hectares of tropical pine
      • 22.5% ofthetreeplantations in Brasil
      • Modernandnewproduction hubs with a diversityoffurnitureproducts
      • 806 newjobs in 2005
      Minas Furniture Export Consortium
      Sier Móveis – Ubá Furniture Cluster
      Source : AMS - AssociaçãoMineira de Silvicultura
    • Plastics
      • Thestateindustryconsistsof 184 processingcompaniesofresins, packaging, pipes for construction, technicalpartsandfootwear.
      • 851 Companiesthatprocessplastic material
      • 20,285 newjobs in 2008
      Source: Abiplast – BrazilianAssocitation for theIndustryofPlastic
    • Cellulose
      • 10,2% ofthenationalproduction – 2007
      • 1.2 millionsof tons produced in 2007
      • 8.5% ofcountry’scellulose (pulp)
      • 4th largestproducerofcellulose in the country - 2007
      Source: BRACELPA
    • Electronics
      • Thestate shows rapidgrowth in theareasofelectronicsand software
      • It offers a highlyskilled labor force andspecialfinancingand incentive programs
      Company - Sense Electronics
      Clamper Electronics
    • ETHANOL
      SUGAR
      • 681 thousand hectares undercultivation (2009)
      • 70% oftheproduction – 54 million tones - beingexported
      • 56 New units will be installed until 2013
      • 3nd largestnationalproducer in 2008/20009
      • 20% oftheproductionbeingexported
      Source: SEAPA/CONAB , Apr 2009)
      “Coruripe S/A” – a modern sugar caneplant in theTriânguloRegion
      Source: SEAPA/ CONAB (April 2009) Siamig/Sindaçúcar-MG (2008)
    • GRAINS
      SOY
      CORN
      • Thethirdlargestproducer in Brazil (2008/09)
      • 2008/09 production: 6.43 milliontonnes
      • Exports : US$ 44 millionexported
      • Sixthlargestproducer in Brazil (2008/09)
      • 2008/09 production: 2.67 milliontonnes
      • Exports in 2008: US$ 271 million
      Source: SEAPA
    • Jaíba Project
      • Thelargestirrigatedarea in Latin America for fruit, vegetableandethanolproduction
      • Extensivevarietyof tropical fruits – banana, lime, mango, pineapple, others
      • Largerproducerofvegetableseeds
      • Over 60 differenttypesoffruit are grown in theJaíbaregion
    • Juices – made in Minas
      Common methods utilized by these companies for preservation and processing of their fruit juices include canning, pasteurizing, freezing and evaporation.
    • COFFEE
      • Brazil’slargestcoffeeproducer
      • 2007/08 : 1.41 million tonnes, or 48.6% of Brazilian production
      • 74% ofBrazil’scoffeeexports in 2007
      • 63,6% ofBrazil´s coffeeexports in 2008
      Source: SEAPA
    • Dairyproducts
      • Brazil´s largest milk and cheese producer
      • 3rd largest cattle herd in Brazil
      Milk and Milk products
      • 7.6 million head (dairy cattle) - 2008
      • 2007: U.S. $ 116.1 million exported
      • 2008: U.S. $ 252.9 million exported
      Source: SEAPA/Embrapa
    • Beef
      • 3rd largestproducer in Brazil
      • 22.5 million head of cattle in MG - 2007
      • US$ 286.6 million in beef exports – 2008
      • Leader in Latina America for genetics associated to cattle reproduction
      Source: SEAPA/IBGE
    • ChickenMeatandEggs
      • 8% ofthenationalproductionofchickenmeat (2008)
      • 13% oftheBrazilianeggexports
      • MG exported over 20 thousandtonnesofeggs (2008)
      Source: AVIMIG & SEAPA
    • HoneyandPhytotherapeuticProducts
      • Mainexportproducts: Honey, extracts, sprays, jelly, biotablets, pollen, amongothers
      • 99,7% of MG honeyexportswent to the USA (2007)
      • 91,6% of MG honeyexportswent to the USA (2008)
      Source: MDIC/SECEX/ALICEWEB
    • Biotechnology
      • 85 companies in theareaofpharmaceuticalcompoundsandresearchmaterials
      • Largestconcentrationofbiotechnologyfirms in Latin America
      ST Jude Medical Brasil Ltda in Belo Horizonte
      Thelargestinsulinplant in the world
    • IT
      Qualifiedprofessionals in thefieldofInformationTechnologyHighlevelofworkforcegraduatingfromspecializedinstitutionsand local universities.
      Source: UFMG
      Google’s Research and Development Center in Latin America is located in Belo Horizonte
      Business Consulting and strategic IT services outsourcing From India to Belo Horizonte
      Technological park
    • Minas traditionsandcraft work
      Cachaça
      Artisanal work
    • Exportaminas
      Central Exportaminas, a partnership between the Government of the State of Minas and entities of the private sector.
      Central Exportaminas invests continuously in international business intelligence activities that seek the development of the export potential of the state, and forging of international demand, fostering business for Minas Gerais’ companies in other countries.
    • Minas Gerais
      BRAZIL
      your trade partner