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Mg your trade partner fevereiro 2011

  1. 1. Minas Gerais State Government<br />Economic Development Secretariat<br />Exportaminas Center<br />Minas Gerais<br />your trade partner in Brazil<br />
  2. 2. BRAZIL<br />Territory of continental dimensions<br /> Fifth largest country in the world<br />193 million inhabitants (2008 est.)<br /> GDP approximately USD 1.31 trillion (2007)<br /> GDP nearly USD 1.61 trillion (2008 est.)<br />GDP roughly USD 1.48 trillion (2009 est.)<br />Source: Wikipedia, based on IMF data. 2010<br />
  3. 3. Mercosul – Chile Axe<br />Area: 3.1 million square kilometers<br />Population: 126 million inhabitants<br />GDP: USD 469.7 billion<br />Source: IIRSA, May 2010.<br />
  4. 4. Minas Gerais main figures<br />South America<br />20 million (2009 estimate)<br />Belo Horizonte – 2.45 million (2009 est.)<br />Greater Metropolitan area – 4.9 million<br />GDP: US$ 46.8 billion (2003)<br /> US$ 125.3 billion (2009 est.)<br />Source- Fundação João Pinheiro <br />8.5% of Brazil’s GDP<br />2006: + 3,7%<br />2007: + 4,8%<br />2008: + 6,3%<br />2009: - 2,9% <br />Population:<br />Capital:<br />Economy:<br />Brazil<br />Minas Gerais <br />Belo Horizonte<br />France<br />Sweden<br />Spain<br />* Belo Horizonte – State Capital <br />Source: IBGE, MDIC/SECEX<br />
  5. 5. Minas Gerais is amongthemostdeveloped states in Brazil<br />2nd most important in:<br /><ul><li> exports
  6. 6. agribusiness
  7. 7. industrial production</li></ul>5th largest importer<br />Source: Ministry of Development, Industry and Trade – MDIC - August 2009<br />
  8. 8. Belo Horizonte – A Multimodal HUB in Brazil<br />500 Km<br />1000 Km<br />
  9. 9. Transportation Network<br />Minas Gerais compassBrazil’slargesthighwayandrailroad networks<br />Thelargestroad system in Brazil, whichfacilitatestheintegrationofurbancenters in the country andMercosul to major ports.<br />TheState’s5.329Km railroad network is privatelyoperatedand is thelargest in the country.<br />Centro-Atlântica (FCA) Railroad<br />“Green Line” – thehighwayconnectingtheInternationalAirport to downtown Belo Horizonte<br />Source: Presentation SEDE 2007 <br />
  10. 10. A World Class International Airport<br />Belo Horizonte InternationalAirport<br />Thefirstindustrial airport in Brazil, operating in a taxfreearea similar to a FREE TRADE ZONE SYSTEM.<br />Oneofthefinestandbestequipedairports in Latin America, designed to host local andforeign industries.<br />Source: INDI 2010<br />
  11. 11. Belo Horizonte International Airport <br />International flights operated by:<br /><ul><li>TAP (Portugal)
  12. 12. COPA (Panamá)
  13. 13. TAM (Brazil)
  14. 14. GOL (Brazil)
  15. 15. AMERICAN AIRLINES (USA)
  16. 16. TAM (PARIS)
  17. 17. PLUNA (Montevideo)
  18. 18. ABSA Cargo(Miami)</li></ul>Source: SEDE<br />
  19. 19. Aerotropolis under development<br />Detroit<br />Frankfurt<br />Ontario<br />Amsterdam<br />Denver<br />Pequin<br />Seoul<br />Memphis<br />Dallas/Forth Worth<br />Shanghai<br />Dubai<br />Guangzhou<br />Hong Kong<br />Bangkok<br />Kuala Lumpur<br />Singapore<br />Belo Horizonte<br />Existent<br />Under development<br />Planned<br />Initial phase<br />Source: SEDE<br />
  20. 20. Logistics – AirportLocations<br />Montes Claros<br />Diamantina<br />Teófilo Otoni<br />Minas Gerais has 82 airports, and is planning to built 69 more by 2012.<br />Patos de Minas<br />Governador Valadares<br />Uberlândia<br />Ituiutaba<br />Ipatinga<br />Iturama<br />InternationalAirportBelo Horizonte <br />Araxá<br />Pampulha<br />Uberaba<br />Divinópolis<br />Alfenas<br />Juiz de Fora<br />São João Del Rey<br />Poços de Caldas<br />Pouso Alegre<br />Barbacena<br />São Lourenço<br />Varginha<br />
  21. 21. 5 InlandPorts<br />Uberaba InlandPort<br />The 1st industrial park accreditedbythe Federal CustomsAuthority<br />InlandPort<br /> Uberlândia <br />Thelargestdryport in Brazil<br />InlandPort<br /> Juiz de Fora<br />GranbelInlandPortBH Metro Area<br />South Minas InlandPort - Varginha <br />
  22. 22. Custom Zones<br />Custom Zones<br />Efficientandreliable<br />9 Custom units<br />Redex<br />Divinópolis <br />InlandPort<br /> Uberlândia <br />DRF - Governador Valadares<br />IRF / BHE <br />Confins IntnlAirport<br />InlandPort - Betim<br />InlandPort<br /> Uberaba <br />InlandPort<br /> Juiz de Fora<br />South Minas InlandPort<br /> Varginha <br />Redex PCS/Guaxupé<br />
  23. 23. EXPOMINAS<br />Exhibition & Convention Center<br />One of the most famous venues of the country. <br />It hosts some of the renowned international events linked to a variety of industries. <br />Averageof 50 nationalandinternational trade shows andeventsyearly.<br />Thearea is multifunctional, flexible andconnectedbysubwayto downtown Belo Horizonte.<br />
  24. 24. International Trade Shows<br />The state of Minas Gerais will make its presence in some of the most important international food fairs in the world in 2011 . <br />
  25. 25. Administrative Center of MG<br />
  26. 26. Skilled Workforce<br />Minas Gerais Universities world classeducation<br />Dom Cabral Foundation<br />Minas Gerais Federal University<br />http://www.inep.gov.br<br />Photo: Financial Times<br />Dom Cabral Foundation ranks 6thamong the best business schools in the world and the best in Latin America.<br />Source: Financial Times, 2010<br />4 of Minas Gerais universities ranked amongst the 10 best universities in Brazil in 2010.<br />UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE LAVRASUNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE MINAS GERAISFUNDAÇÃO UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE VIÇOSAUNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO TRIÂNGULO MINEIRO<br />
  27. 27. International Business with Minas Gerais <br />
  28. 28. Balance of MG International Trade<br />Figures in US$ million FOB<br />Source: Central Exportaminas – Panorama do Comércio Exterior de Minas Gerais - 2011<br />
  29. 29. Balance of MG International Trade<br />The 10 largest exporters in Minas Gerais<br />Vale <br />Comp. Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração<br />Fiat Automóveis<br />NacionalMinérios<br />GerdauAçominas<br />Mercedes-benz do Brasil<br />CeluloseNipoBrasileira<br />CompanhiaSiderúrgicaNacional<br />AnglogoldBrasil<br />Rio ParacatuMineração<br />Figures in US$ million FOB<br />Source: FatoRelevanteMarço 2010<br />Total Exports<br />Total Imports<br />Source: Central Exportaminas – Panorama do Comércio Exterior de Minas Gerais - 2011<br />
  30. 30. Mining<br /><ul><li>Iron ore
  31. 31. Niobium
  32. 32. Pigiron
  33. 33. Nickel
  34. 34. Manganese
  35. 35. Copper
  36. 36. Bauxite
  37. 37. Coal
  38. 38. Cobalt
  39. 39. Platinum
  40. 40. Aluminum
  41. 41. World’slargestniobiumproducer
  42. 42. Brazil’slargestiron ore producerandexporter
  43. 43. Largestpigiron hub in the country</li></li></ul><li>Steel<br /><ul><li> 37% ofBrazilianrawsteelproduction
  44. 44. Brazil’sleading flat steelcompany
  45. 45. MG hasfiveofBrazil’slargeststeelplants</li></ul>Source: INDI 2007<br />
  46. 46. Cement<br /><ul><li> MG is Brazil’slargestcementproducer
  47. 47. 12 plants / 8.8 million tons per year
  48. 48. Extensiveprivateinvestments in mineral exploration</li></ul>Holcimplant in Minas Gerais<br />Source: SEDE 2005<br />
  49. 49. Ornamental Stone<br /><ul><li>5th largestexporter in the world ofgranite, slate, quartz, marbleandsoapstone
  50. 50. 160 varietiesof ornamental stone</li></ul>Source: SEDE 2007<br />
  51. 51. GemsandJewelry<br /><ul><li>Brazilianjewelryexportsreached US$ 1.3 billion in 2006
  52. 52. Minas Gerais – leads nationalexportswithexcellence in design:
  53. 53. 63% exportsofgoldbars, gold strings andgoldsheet
  54. 54. 43% exportsofcoloredgems
  55. 55. 72% productionofdiamonds</li></ul>MG GemstoneAssociation - AJOMIG<br />Jewelrycompany - Talento<br />Source: IBGM 2006<br />
  56. 56. Automobileand Auto Parts<br />Mercedes Benz plant Producing class C cars to US market<br />The largest FIAT plant in the world<br /><ul><li> 2nd largestcarmanufacturer in Brazil
  57. 57. 8,3% ofallvehiclesexportednationally in 2008
  58. 58. 21.7% ofalldomesticvehicleproduction</li></ul>Source: ANFAVEA 2008<br />
  59. 59. Automobileand Auto Parts<br /><ul><li> 2nd largestcarmanufacturer in Brazil
  60. 60. 8,3% ofallvehiclesexportednationally in 2008
  61. 61. 21.7% ofalldomesticvehicleproduction
  62. 62. Thewholechain is wellstablished in theState</li></ul>Source: ANFAVEA 2008<br />
  63. 63. TextileandClothing<br /><ul><li>Clothingandtextilesexportsof US$ 195 millionand US$ 168 million, respectively in 2008
  64. 64. A complete productionchainfromcotton to fashion
  65. 65. Largest Minas Gerais Textile Corporations:</li></ul> COTEMINAS SANTANENSE CEDRO CATAGUASES<br />Source: ABIT – BrazilianTextileAssociation<br />
  66. 66. Cosmetics<br /><ul><li>Thecosmeticsindustry in Minas hasgrown more than 20% over thepastfewyears.
  67. 67. Productswith tropical appeal are particularlysuccesful in foreignmarkets.</li></li></ul><li>Shoes<br /><ul><li> 6th largestproduceroffootwear in Brazil
  68. 68. 1,382 shoefactories in thestate (2007)
  69. 69. US$ 16.22 million in exports (2008) </li></ul>Fonte: ABICALÇADOS 2008 <br />
  70. 70. Wood<br />LUMBER<br />FURNITURE<br /><ul><li>Theproductionarea is greaterthan 1 million hectares ofeucalyptusand 152 thousand hectares of tropical pine
  71. 71. 22.5% ofthetreeplantations in Brasil
  72. 72. Modernandnewproduction hubs with a diversityoffurnitureproducts
  73. 73. 806 newjobs in 2005</li></ul>Minas Furniture Export Consortium<br />Sier Móveis – Ubá Furniture Cluster<br />Source : AMS - AssociaçãoMineira de Silvicultura<br />
  74. 74. Plastics<br /><ul><li>Thestateindustryconsistsof 184 processingcompaniesofresins, packaging, pipes for construction, technicalpartsandfootwear.
  75. 75. 851 Companiesthatprocessplastic material
  76. 76. 20,285 newjobs in 2008</li></ul>Source: Abiplast – BrazilianAssocitation for theIndustryofPlastic<br />
  77. 77. Cellulose<br /><ul><li> 10,2% ofthenationalproduction – 2007
  78. 78. 1.2 millionsof tons produced in 2007
  79. 79. 8.5% ofcountry’scellulose (pulp)
  80. 80. 4th largestproducerofcellulose in the country - 2007</li></ul>Source: BRACELPA<br />
  81. 81. Electronics<br /><ul><li>Thestate shows rapidgrowth in theareasofelectronicsand software
  82. 82. It offers a highlyskilled labor force andspecialfinancingand incentive programs</li></ul>Company - Sense Electronics <br />Clamper Electronics <br />
  83. 83. ETHANOL<br />SUGAR<br /><ul><li> 681 thousand hectares undercultivation (2009)
  84. 84. 70% oftheproduction – 54 million tones - beingexported
  85. 85. 56 New units will be installed until 2013
  86. 86. 3nd largestnationalproducer in 2008/20009
  87. 87. 20% oftheproductionbeingexported</li></ul>Source: SEAPA/CONAB , Apr 2009)<br />“Coruripe S/A” – a modern sugar caneplant in theTriânguloRegion<br />Source: SEAPA/ CONAB (April 2009) Siamig/Sindaçúcar-MG (2008) <br />
  88. 88. GRAINS<br />SOY<br />CORN<br /><ul><li>Thethirdlargestproducer in Brazil (2008/09)
  89. 89. 2008/09 production: 6.43 milliontonnes
  90. 90. Exports : US$ 44 millionexported
  91. 91. Sixthlargestproducer in Brazil (2008/09)
  92. 92. 2008/09 production: 2.67 milliontonnes
  93. 93. Exports in 2008: US$ 271 million</li></ul>Source: SEAPA<br />
  94. 94. Jaíba Project<br /><ul><li>Thelargestirrigatedarea in Latin America for fruit, vegetableandethanolproduction
  95. 95. Extensivevarietyof tropical fruits – banana, lime, mango, pineapple, others
  96. 96. Largerproducerofvegetableseeds
  97. 97. Over 60 differenttypesoffruit are grown in theJaíbaregion</li></li></ul><li>Juices – made in Minas<br />Common methods utilized by these companies for preservation and processing of their fruit juices include canning, pasteurizing, freezing and evaporation. <br />
  98. 98. COFFEE<br /><ul><li>Brazil’slargestcoffeeproducer
  99. 99. 2007/08 : 1.41 million tonnes, or 48.6% of Brazilian production
  100. 100. 74% ofBrazil’scoffeeexports in 2007
  101. 101. 63,6% ofBrazil´s coffeeexports in 2008</li></ul>Source: SEAPA<br />
  102. 102. Dairyproducts<br /><ul><li> Brazil´s largest milk and cheese producer
  103. 103. 3rd largest cattle herd in Brazil</li></ul>Milk and Milk products <br /><ul><li> 7.6 million head (dairy cattle) - 2008
  104. 104. 2007: U.S. $ 116.1 million exported
  105. 105. 2008: U.S. $ 252.9 million exported</li></ul>Source: SEAPA/Embrapa<br />
  106. 106. Beef<br /><ul><li> 3rd largestproducer in Brazil
  107. 107. 22.5 million head of cattle in MG - 2007
  108. 108. US$ 286.6 million in beef exports – 2008
  109. 109. Leader in Latina America for genetics associated to cattle reproduction</li></ul>Source: SEAPA/IBGE<br />
  110. 110. ChickenMeatandEggs<br /><ul><li> 8% ofthenationalproductionofchickenmeat (2008)
  111. 111. 13% oftheBrazilianeggexports
  112. 112. MG exported over 20 thousandtonnesofeggs (2008) </li></ul>Source: AVIMIG & SEAPA<br />
  113. 113. HoneyandPhytotherapeuticProducts<br /><ul><li>Mainexportproducts: Honey, extracts, sprays, jelly, biotablets, pollen, amongothers
  114. 114. 99,7% of MG honeyexportswent to the USA (2007)
  115. 115. 91,6% of MG honeyexportswent to the USA (2008)</li></ul>Source: MDIC/SECEX/ALICEWEB<br />
  116. 116. Biotechnology<br /><ul><li> 85 companies in theareaofpharmaceuticalcompoundsandresearchmaterials
  117. 117. Largestconcentrationofbiotechnologyfirms in Latin America</li></ul>ST Jude Medical Brasil Ltda in Belo Horizonte<br />Thelargestinsulinplant in the world<br />
  118. 118. IT<br />Qualifiedprofessionals in thefieldofInformationTechnologyHighlevelofworkforcegraduatingfromspecializedinstitutionsand local universities.<br />Source: UFMG<br />Google’s Research and Development Center in Latin America is located in Belo Horizonte<br />Business Consulting and strategic IT services outsourcing From India to Belo Horizonte<br />Technological park<br />
  119. 119. Minas traditionsandcraft work<br />Cachaça<br />Artisanal work <br />
  120. 120. Exportaminas<br />Central Exportaminas, a partnership between the Government of the State of Minas and entities of the private sector. <br />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.<br />
  121. 121. Minas Gerais<br />BRAZIL<br />your trade partner<br />

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