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Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!
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Southeast Asia - Neglected potential in the shadow of India and China?!

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Presented by Volker Friedrich, CEO of GBP International, at the "IHK Nordwestfalen Aussenwirtschaftsausschuss" in Borken, Germany on July 5th, 2011

Presented by Volker Friedrich, CEO of GBP International, at the "IHK Nordwestfalen Aussenwirtschaftsausschuss" in Borken, Germany on July 5th, 2011

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  1. Date Asia by night © Finpro 4
  2. What will happen on the27th of July 2048?(Start Video at 5min) http://www.ted.com/talks/hans_rosling_asia _s_rise_how_and_when.html
  3. Country Population GNP/per (Mio) capita in US$Singapore 5,0 49.700Malaysia 28,3 13.500Indonesia 231,3 4.200Thailand 66,9 8.000Vietnam 86,2 3.100Philippines 92,1 3.500ASEAN (total) 590,0 4.800Source: ASEAN Statistics
  4. Country Index value (Global grade)Switzerland (1) 5,63Sweden (2) 5,56Singapore (3) 5,48USA (4) 5,43Germany (5) 5,39Hong Kong (11) 5,30Korea (22) 4,93Malaysia (26) 4,88China (27) 4,84Thailand (38) 4,51Indonesia (44) 4,43India (51) 4,33Vietnam (59) 4,27Philippines (85) 3,96Source: WEF, Davos
  5. Investments in infrastructure and their Investment focus in the next 5-10 years importance for FDI’s Transportation 27 Transportation Public Security 9 Education City Management 6 Environm. Protection I & C-Infrastructure 6 Healthcare System Education 6 Public Security Energy Supply 6 Waste Management Culture 6 Water Supply Environment 5 Public Housing Health 4 Energy Supply Water Supply 3 Social ServicesSource: “Megacities”, Study by Siemens AG, 2010
  6. 25.07.2011 1© Finpro 14
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  8. 1. Production facilities in Malaysia2. No manufacturing in China - IPR3. Decision for further development of its capacities in Malaysia, despite intense competitive pressure4. Competitors such as First Solar and Schott Solar also continue to invest in Malaysia5. Utilisation of the extensive subsidies for FDI`s
  9. Indian judges declared all Enercon-patents legally void – a big loss forIndia‘s second-biggest turbine supplierand precedent-setting for the high-techindustry.„We consider our engagement in India as abig mistake. We have been betrayed,deprived and our employees threatened…itis quite obvious that the Indian side isdoing everything possible to dispossessEnercons cooperation in India.“CEO, Hans-Dieter Kettwig, FAZ
  10. The requirements for plantmanufacturers to deliver a highlocal content are getting moredramatic.“China is buying only the blueprints and is forcing us to buildlocal assemblies…if we don’twant to loose this market.”Head of Department, SMSSIEMAG
  11. China is emphasizing thedevelopment of its westernregions 40-70% 70-80% 100%

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