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  • 1. Minas Gerais State Government Economic Development Secretariat Exportaminas CenterMinas Geraisyour trade partner in Brazil
  • 2. BRAZIL Territory of continental dimensions Fifth largest country in the world 193 million inhabitants (2010) GDP approximately USD 1.31 trillion (2007) GDP nearly USD 1.61 trillion (2008 ) GDP roughly USD 1.48 trillion (2009 ) Source: Wikipedia, based on IMF data. 2010
  • 3. Mercosul – Chile Axe Area: 3.1 million square kilometers Population: 126 million inhabitants GDP: USD 469.7 billion Source: IIRSA, May 2010.
  • 4. Minas Gerais main figures South America Population: 20 million (2010) Brazil Capital: Belo Horizonte – 2.4 million (2010) Greater Metropolitan area – 4.9 million Minas Gerais Economy: GDP: US$ 46.8 billion (2003) Belo Horizonte US$ 138 billion (2010) Source - Fundação João Pinheiro France 7.5% of Brazil’s GDP in 2010 Sweden GDP growth in Minas Gerais: 2006: + 3,9% 2007: + 5,6% Spain 2008: + 5,2% 2009: - 3,1%* Belo Horizonte – State Capital 2010: + 10,9% Source: IBGE, MDIC/SECEX
  • 5. Minas Gerais is among the mostdeveloped states in Brazil 2nd most important in: • exports • agribusiness • industrial production 5th largest importer Source: Ministry of Development, Industry and Trade – MDIC - August 2009
  • 6. Belo Horizonte – A Multimodal HUB in Brazil1000 Km 500 Km
  • 7. Transportation Network Minas Gerais compass Brazil’s largest highway and railroad networks The largest road system in Brazil, which The State’s 5.329Km railroad network facilitates the integration of urban centers is privately operated and is the largest in the country and Mercosul to major in the country. ports. “Green Line” – the highway connecting the Centro-Atlântica (FCA) Railroad International Airport to downtown Belo Horizonte Source: Presentation SEDE 2007
  • 8. A World Class International Airport Belo Horizonte International Airport The first industrial airport in Brazil, operating in a tax free area similar to a FREE TRADE ZONE SYSTEM. One of the finest and best equiped airports in Latin America, designed to host local and foreign industries.Source: INDI 2010
  • 9. Belo Horizonte International AirportInternational flights operated by: TAP (Portugal) COPA (Panamá) TAM (Brazil) GOL (Brazil) AMERICAN AIRLINES (USA) TAM (PARIS) PLUNA (Montevideo)Source: SEDECargo (Miami) ABSA
  • 10. Aerotropolis under development DetroitOntario Amsterdam Frankfurt Denver Pequin Memphis Seoul Dallas/Forth Worth Dubai Shanghai Guangzhou Hong Kong Bangkok Kuala Lumpur Singapore Belo Horizonte Existent Under development Planned Initial phase Source: SEDE
  • 11. Logistics – Airport Locations Montes Claros Diamantina Teófilo Otoni Minas Gerais has 82airports, and is planning to built 69 more by 2012. Patos de Minas Ituiutaba Uberlândia Governador Valadares IpatingaIturama International Airport Belo Horizonte Araxá Pampulha Uberaba Divinópolis Alfenas Juiz de Fora Poços de São João Del Rey Caldas Pouso Alegre São Lourenço Barbacena Varginha
  • 12. 5 Inland Ports Uberaba Inland PortInland Port The 1st industrialUberlândia park accredited by the Federal Customs AuthorityThe largest dry port in Brazil Inland Port Granbel Inland Port Juiz de Fora BH Metro Area South Minas Inland Port - Varginha
  • 13. EXPOMINASExhibition & Convention CenterOne of the most famous venues of the country.It hosts some of the renowned international events linked to a variety of industries.Average of 50 national and international trade shows and events yearly.The area is multifunctional, flexible and connected by subway to downtown Belo Horizonte.
  • 14. 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 .
  • 15. Administrative Center of MG
  • 16. Skilled Workforce Minas Gerais Universities world class education Minas Gerais Federal University Dom Cabral Foundationhttp://www.inep.gov.br Photo: Financial Times 4 of Minas Gerais universities ranked Dom Cabral Foundation ranks 6th amongst the 10 best universities in among the best business schools in Brazil in 2010. the world and the best in Latin UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE LAVRAS UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE MINAS GERAIS America. FUNDAÇÃO UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE VIÇOSA Source: Financial Times, 2010 UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO TRIÂNGULO MINEIRO
  • 17. International Business with Minas Gerais
  • 18. Balance of MG International Trade 41.189 34.895 Figures in US$ million FOB 26.869 24.860 21.259 20.517 17.451 13.929 12.995 12.168 11.850 10.800 9.872 9.579 7.020 5.008 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Saldo Comercial / Net Trade Balance Corrente de Comércio / Trade Flow Source: Central Exportaminas – Panorama do Comércio Exterior de Minas Gerais - 2011
  • 19. Balance of MG International Trade The 10 largest exporters in Minas Gerais 1. Vale Figures in US$ million FOB 2. Comp. Brasileira de Metalurgia e MineraçãoSource: Fato Relevante Março 2010 3. Fiat Automóveis 4. Nacional Minérios 5. Gerdau Açominas 6. Mercedes-benz do Brasil 10.483 31.224 7. Celulose Nipo Brasileira 9.965 8. Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional 9. Anglogold Brasil 24.412 10. Rio Paracatu Mineração 7.350 19.519 18.355 6.505 Total Exports Total Imports 15.658 13.515 4.859 3.936 10.007 2.987 7.440 2.432 + 61,2% + 37,4% - 29,9% +33,9% +31,7% +23,5% +17,2% +22,8% +34,5% + 60,0% + 33,0% +15,9% - 20,0% +35,1% 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Source: Central Exportaminas – Panorama do Comércio Exterior de Minas Gerais - 2011
  • 20. Mining • Iron ore • Niobium • Pig iron • Nickel • Manganese • Copper • Bauxite • Coal • Cobalt • Platinum • Aluminum  World’s largest niobium producer  Brazil’s largest iron ore producer and exporter  Largest pig iron hub in the country
  • 21. Steel  37% of Brazilian raw steel production  Brazil’s leading flat steel company  MG has five of Brazil’s largest steel plantsSource: INDI 2007
  • 22. Cement  MG is Brazil’s largest cement producer  12 plants / 8.8 million tons per year  Extensive private investments in mineral exploration Holcim plant in Minas Gerais Source: SEDE 2005
  • 23. Ornamental Stone  5th largest exporter in the world of granite, slate, quartz, marble and soap stone  160 varieties of ornamental stone Source: SEDE 2007
  • 24. Gems and Jewelry  Brazilian jewelry exports reached US$ 1.3 billion in 2006  Minas Gerais – leads national exports with excellence in design:  63% exports of gold bars, gold strings and gold sheet  43% exports of colored gems  72% production of diamonds MG Gemstone Association - AJOMIG Jewelry company - TalentoSource: IBGM 2006
  • 25. Automobile and Auto Parts Mercedes Benz plant The largest FIAT plant in the world Producing class C cars to US market  2nd largest car manufacturer in Brazil  8,3% of all vehicles exported nationally in 2008  21.7% of all domestic vehicle productionSource: ANFAVEA 2008
  • 26. Automobile and Auto Parts  2nd largest car manufacturer in Brazil  8,3% of all vehicles exported nationally in 2008  21.7% of all domestic vehicle production  The whole chain is well stablished in the StateSource: ANFAVEA 2008
  • 27. Textile and Clothing  Clothing and textiles exports of US$ 195 million and US$ 168 million, respectively in 2008  A complete production chain from cotton to fashion  Largest Minas Gerais Textile Corporations: COTEMINAS SANTANENSE CEDRO CATAGUASESSource: ABIT – Brazilian Textile Association
  • 28. Cosmetics  The cosmetics industry in Minas has grown more than 20% over the past few years.  Products with tropical appeal are particularly succesful in foreign markets.
  • 29. Shoes  6th largest producer of footwear in Brazil  1,382 shoe factories in the state (2007)  US$ 16.22 million in exports (2008) Fonte: ABICALÇADOS 2008
  • 30. Wood LUMBER FURNITURE  The production area is greater than 1  Modern and new production hubs million hectares of eucalyptus and 152 with a diversity of furniture products thousand hectares of tropical pine  806 new jobs in 2005  22.5% of the tree plantations in Brasil Minas Furniture Export Consortium Sier Móveis – Ubá Furniture ClusterSource : AMS - Associação Mineira de Silvicultura
  • 31. Plastics  The state industry consists of 184 processing companies of resins, packaging, pipes for construction, technical parts and footwear.  851 Companies that process plastic material  20,285 new jobs in 2008 Source: Abiplast – Brazilian Associtation for the Industry of Plastic
  • 32. Cellulose  9,5% of the national production – 2009  1.2 millions of tons produced in 2009  8.5% of country’s cellulose (pulp)  4th largest producer of cellulose in the country - 2009Source: BRACELPA
  • 33. Electronics  The state shows rapid growth in the areas of electronics and software  It offers a highly skilled labor force and special financing and incentive programs Company - Sense Electronics Clamper Electronics
  • 34. ETHANOL SUGAR 56 New units will be installed until 2013  681 thousand hectares under cultivation (2009) 3nd largest national producer in 2008/20009  70% of the production – 54 million tones - being exported20% of the production being exported Source: SEAPA/CONAB , Apr 2009) “Coruripe S/A” – a modern sugar cane plant in the Triângulo RegionSource: SEAPA/ CONAB (April 2009) Siamig/Sindaçúcar-MG (2008)
  • 35. GRAINS SOY CORN  Sixth largest producer in Brazil (2008/09)  The third largest producer in Brazil (2008/09)  2008/09 production: 2.67 million tonnes  2008/09 production: 6.43 million tonnes Exports in 2008: US$ 271 million  Exports : US$ 44 million exportedSource: SEAPA
  • 36. Jaíba Project The largest irrigated area in Latin America for fruit, vegetable and ethanol production Extensive variety of tropical fruits – banana, lime, mango, pineapple, others Larger producer of vegetable seeds Over 60 different types of fruit are grown in the Jaíba region
  • 37. Juices – made in MinasCommon methods utilized by these companies for preservation and processing of their fruit juices include canning, pasteurizing, freezing and evaporation.
  • 38. COFFEE  Brazil’s largest coffee producer  2010 : 1.50 million tonnes, or 52,3% of Brazilian production  74% of Brazil’s coffee exports in 2007  63,6% of Brazil´s coffee exports in 2008Source: SEAPA
  • 39. Dairy products  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 exportedSource: SEAPA/Embrapa
  • 40. Beef  3rd largest producer 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 reproductionSource: SEAPA/IBGE
  • 41. Chicken Meat and Eggs  8% of the national production of chicken meat (2008)  13% of the Brazilian egg exports  MG exported over 20 thousand tonnes of eggs (2008)Source: AVIMIG & SEAPA
  • 42. Honey and Phytotherapeutic Products  Main export products: Honey, extracts, sprays, jelly, bio tablets, pollen, among others  99,7% of MG honey exports went to the USA (2007)  91,6% of MG honey exports went to the USA (2008)Source: MDIC/SECEX/ALICEWEB
  • 43. Biotechnology  85 companies in the area of pharmaceutical compounds and research materials  Largest concentration of biotechnology firms in Latin America ST Jude Medical Brasil Ltda inThe largest insulin plant in the world Belo Horizonte
  • 44. IT Qualified professionals in the field of Information Technology High level of workforce graduating from specialized institutions and local universities. Source: UFMG Google’s Research and Development Center in Latin America is located in Belo HorizonteBusiness Consulting and strategic IT services outsourcing From India to Belo Horizonte Technological park
  • 45. Minas traditions and craft work Cachaça Artisanal work
  • 46. 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.Get in touch: + 55 31 3269.55.18 – Mr. PauloCampos - exportacao@exportaminas.mg.gov.br