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1.944 imprese con 160.000 impiegati, Volume d‘affari : 30 Mrd. €, Quota delle esportazioni: ca. 67%, Focus: Costruzione di macchine, tecnica di propulsione

1.944 imprese con 160.000 impiegati, Volume d‘affari : 30 Mrd. €, Quota delle esportazioni: ca. 67%, Focus: Costruzione di macchine, tecnica di propulsione

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  • Secondo posto mondiale per quanto riguarda la qualità della vita, la citta di Vienna è al primo posto Settore turistico è importante, sul livello mondiale il piccolo Austria è il nono mercato turistico, in Europa il sesto. Solo nel Tirolo ci sono piu di 40 Mio. di pernottamenti di stranieri annuali, tutta la Grecia ne ha 47 Mio. In kaum einem anderen Land der Welt sind die Tourismuseinnahmen so hoch wie in Österreich. Mit 1.657 Euro Deviseneinnahmen pro Kopf liegt Österreich international auf Platz 2 (hinter Zypern). Weltweit ist das kleine Österreich der neuntgrößte Tourismusmarkt, innerhalb Europas sogar der sechtgrößte. Allein in Tirol gibt es pro Jahr knapp 40 Mio. Nächtigungen von Ausländern, in ganz Griechenland werden pro Jahr ca.47 Mio. Nächtigungen von Ausländern verzeichnet.
  • FACC sviluppa e produce componenti per le ali della Boeing 747-8 oppure i „winglets“ del Airbus. Essi aiutano a ridurre il consume del petrolio del 3-4%. ICT valore di produzione 07 33,5 Mrd. €, 12,5 Mrd. € esportazioni
  • Austria is among the leading countries when it comes to increasing R&D-expenditures. In 2007 Austria spent EUR 6.8 bn on R&D (quota 2007 was 2.54 %, target 2010 is 3 %).
  • Solid economic performance GDP 2008: EUR 284 billion (QII 2009: -2.8 % vs. previous period, -3.6 % annual comparison) No. 4 GDP in EU: 22 % above EU 27 average (Vienna 5th richest EU region behind London, Luxemburg, Brussels, Hamburg) No. 7 worldwide (WKO) Companies are excellent customers too Stable private consuption (QII 2009: -0.1 %) – inflation: 0.7 % Unemployment: 4.5 % (no. 2 after NL) GDP – WIFO forecast: 2009 (%) 2010 (%) EUR-zone -3/-4.2 -1/+1 D -4/-6 -1/+0.5 EU/CEE +1/-4 -2/+1 A -2.2 +0.5 OeNB: -4.1
  • Competenza, know how e contatti La comprensione culturale degli austriaci per l‘Europa dell‘Est grazie alla storia L‘alta quota della manodopera con conoscenze delle lingue dell‘Est e la madrelingua tedesca 350 CEE-Headquarters Un‘infrastruttura d‘eccellenza Stabilità politica e sicurezza (legale)
  • Economic and social stability Why Austria? Top base for regional headquarters to access new markets to limit and manage your risks properly. Excellent labour relations Euro + Schengen country Attractive export financing and risk insurance schemes Predictable legal system/easy to set up a company! Very safe country, Vienna safest city in the world with over 1 million inhabitants
  • Investor friendly tax system simple and investor friendly tax system 25 % flat rate group taxation (allows losses incurred in foreign subsidiaries to be offset with Austrian mother company / favourable holding company regulations no trade tax no net wealth tax, no inheritance & gift tax from August 2008 Attractive tax breaks for R&D double tax treaties
  • Investor friendly tax system simple and investor friendly tax system 25 % new group taxation/favourable holding company regulations no trade tax no net wealth tax double tax treaties
  • 29,4% share of employees of whole industry SME’S (50% 1-49 employees), family owned No of members: 48% mechanical industry 52% metal articles industry Output value: 60% mechanical industry 40% metal articles industry Share of industry 25% (no of members) Production focus on small series/single items High tech mediacal equipment to specialised machinery and turn-key plants
  • 24% of industrial R&D expenditure covered by MMI
  • In der Kokomo Transmission Plant in Indiana (USA) startet Chrysler 2012 mit der Produktion des 9-Gang Automatikgetriebes. Durch das feinere Sezieren der Fahrstufen können die Fahrzeuge immer öfter im idealen, also sparsamsten Drehzahlbereich gondeln, und so den Normverbrauch weiter reduzieren. Die Maschinen zur Produktion der hochgenauen Ventilsteuerteile sowie für weitere Aluminiumteile in Mengen von 450.000 Stück pro Jahr sind „Made in Austria“ – von Anger Machining mit Sitz in Oberösterreich.
  • Bürogebäude ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Passau, Quelle: Aidenberger, Friedl & Partner Einen Auftragswert von 4,5 Millionen Euro repräsentiert die anspruchsvolle Fassade für das neue Bürogebäude der ZF Friedrichshafen AG am Standort Passau. Fill Metallbau ist es gelungen, das Großprojekt in nur drei Monaten technisch dicht zu errichten. Hohenzell, 9. Jänner 2012 / Ein prestigeträchtiges Großprojekt realisiert die Fill Metallbau GmbH derzeit in Passau: Der Auftrag umfasst die gesamte Fassadengestaltung für das großzügige neue Bürogebäude, das die ZF Friedrichshafen AG beim Werk 2 in der Tittlinger Straße errichtet. Damit vertraut ein Weltkonzern auf die Kompetenz von Fill: ZF ist einer der führenden Automobilzulieferer, setzt rund 15,5 Milliarden Euro jährlich um und beschäftigt rund um den Globus mehr als 72.000 Mitarbeiter, davon 4000 am Standort Passau. Zu den Kernkompetenzen des Konzerns zählen Antriebs- und Fahrwerktechnik. Fill liefert für das neue Bürogebäude Pfosten-Riegel-Fassaden aus Leichtmetall, Aluminium-Fensterkonstruktionen, Atriumfassaden und Glasdächer im Gesamtwert von 4,5 Millionen Euro. Eine besondere Schwierigkeit stellen dabei zahlreiche Sonderprofile sowie Sonderfenster dar, die sich nach außen öffnen lassen müssen. Nicht zuletzt ist auch der straffe Zeitplan eine Herausforderung: Das Gebäude musste zum Jahresende 2011 - also innerhalb von nur drei Monaten - technisch dicht sein.
  • As a result of the recently announced tax reform, Austria will be positioned as the EU member boasting the second lowest corporate tax among the 15 EU nations. And as of 2005, the corporate tax rate in Austria will be exactly the same as in the Czech Republic and Slovenia and much closer to those countries in Central and Eastern Europe with the lowest corporate taxes, namely Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

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  • Austria – the UnknownNeighbour?Marion Biber, Director Southern EuropeLjubljana, November 13th 2012ABA-Invest in Austria Folie 2
  • Surely you know Austria like this… Folie 3
  • …but did you also know… Production sectors as percentage of GDP, 2010 Austria 29,2 Germany 27,8 Japan 27,3 Switzerland 27,2 EU-27 24,7 Netherlands 23,7 USA 21,3 UK 21,8 France 18,8 Source: OECD, Eurostat Folie 4
  • Austria‘s R&D expenditures growabove average As a percentage of GDP *Forecast 2012 2,9 2.8 * 2,7 Germany Austria 2,5 2,3 2,1 1,9 EU-25 1,7 1,5 1998 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Source: Eurostat Folie 5
  • The Austrian market - small but profitable  8.4 million inhabitants  50 m. consumers within 400 km  GDP/capita: 32,110 €  #3 in the EU regarding purchasing power  GDP growth 2012: 0.8% (forecast)  Inflation 2012: 2.4% (forecast) Folie 6
  • Profit from highly productive employees Unit labor costs 2010, Germany = 100 Japan 73 USA 76 Czech Rep. 84 Netherlands 86 Austria 87 Sweden 90 Belgium 98 Germany 100 Denmark 102 Italy 107 France 113 UK 115 Source: IW Köln 2012 Folie 11
  • Motivated staff secure your success 10=Motivation of staff is high Switzerland 1 8,05 Denmark 2 7,76 Austria 3 7,73 Germany 5 7,39 Japan 7 7,35 Netherlands 10 7,17 USA 20 6,55 Belgium 27 6,07 Czech Rep. 30 5,87 UK 31 5,78 Italy 41 5,2 Polamd 46 5,08 Hungary 47 5,03 France 50 4,78 Source: World Competitiveness Yearbook 2012 Folie 12
  • Labour law – basic information There is no general minium wage, minimum wages regulated in sectoral agreements Wages paid 14 times per year Working hours: 38.5 or 40 hours / week (excluding lunch brake) Usually 25 days vacation per year New system for severance payments – no need for provisions Employees may be dismissed without stating a cause Folie 13
  • Economic and social stability  Eurozone  Lowest strike rate  High level of personal security  Reliable legal system Folie 14
  • Investor-friendly Tax System Corporate tax rate: 25% Modern group taxation Tax premium for R&D: 10% Double taxation treaties No „Black List“ Folie 16
  • Taxation of physical persons AUSTRIA SLOVENIA EUR % EUR % - 11.000 0% - 7.529 16% 11.000-25.000 36,5% 7.529 – 15.057 27% 25.000 – 60.000 43,2% >15.057 41% > 60.000 50% Employer‘s cost: (gross salary*14) + appr. 30%Source: Leitner & Leitner, 02/2012 Folie 17
  • Taxation of physical persons – examples Gross salary Net salary in Net salary in € Austria Slovenia 25.000 18.400 15.684 50.000 31.700 27.180 75.000 46.200 38.600 100.000 60.600 50.160Source: Leitner & Leitner, 02/2012 Folie 18
  • Constitution of a limited company inAustria (GmbH)  Minimum share capital 35.000 €  Articles of Association signed by notary deed  Time for registration at company register appr. 2 weeks  Cost of constitution ca. 10% of share capital  Taxation 25%, minimum tax 1.750 €/year Folie 19
  • Trade license  Non-regulated (e.g. trade/commerce) or regulated trades (e.g. restaurant, construction)  Holder of the trade licence has to be appointed  Can also be employed (at least 20 hours/week)  General prerequisites:  Over age of 18  Austrian or EU citizen  No reasons for exclusion (e.g condemnation)  Special prerequisites depend on activity Folie 20
  • Incentives support your project Examples:  Fiscal for R&D and training of staff  Grants/credits with low interest rates for investments in production up to 25%  Grants/credits with low interest rates for R&D projects up to 50% Folie 21
  • Metal industry in Austria (1) Steel production  13 companies  13.238 employees  Production value 7,5 bn €  Main companies: Böhler, Breitenfeld, Voestalpine, Schoeller Bleckmann Source: Steel association Folie 22
  • Metal industry in Austria (2)  Mechanical and metal articles  1.400 companies with 158.000 employees  Production value 2011: 36,5 bn €  R&D expenditures 2011: 483 m €  Export quota: 65% (26,3 bin €)  GDP share: 6,6%  Niche products Source: FMMI Folie 23
  • Biggest sectors Year 2011 NACE Top Sectors - Production in Mill.€ 2511 Metal structures 3,057 2822 Lifting and handling equipment 2,949 2830 Agricultural and forestry machinery 1,771 3020 Railway locomotives and rolling stock 1,441 2892 Manufacture of machinery for mining, quarrying and construction 1,191 Forging, pressing, stamping and roll-forming of metal; powder 2550 metallurgy 1,279 2420 Steel tubes, pipes and fittings 1,270 2573 Tools 1,133 2825 Non-domestic cooling and ventilation equipment 916 Total Production Value FMMI 2011 36,500 content Folie 24
  • R&D for the metal industry and machinery  R&D expenditure  800 Mio. € (2009)  469 companies active in R&D  Excellence R&D Centres, e.g. • ACCM - Austrian Center of Competence of Mechatronics, Upper Austria • K2-Mobility - K2-Mobility SVT sustainable vehicle technologies, Styria • MPPE - Integrated Research in Materials, Processing and Product Engineering (MCL), Styria • K1-MET - Competence Center for excellent Technologies in Advanced Metallurgical and Environmental Process Development, Upper Austria Folie 25
  • Anger Machining Anger Machining builds the machines for the production of the extremely precise valve control components and other aluminum parts of the Chrysler Kokomo Transmission Plant in Indiana, USA. Folie 26
  • Fill Metallbau 4.5 m € costs the sophisticated front of the new ZF Friedrichshafen AG in Passau. Fill Metallbau built it for the automotive supplier in only 3 months. Folie 27
  • AVL AVL is the worlds largest privately owned company for development, simulation and testing technology of powertrains (hybrid, combustion engines, transmission, electric drive, batteries and software) for passenger cars, trucks and large engines. The hightech company AVL employs 5.250 people worldwide. Turnover in 2011 was 830 million Euro. Folie 28
  • Tubex The German company produces special aluminium tubes for the pharmaceutical, food and chemicale industry, employing 140 employees in Austria. Folie 29
  • ABA-Invest in Austria  Consulting company owned by the Ministry of Economic Affairs Consulting services and information for international investors - free of charge  29 employees  International network  Cooperation with the regions Folie 30
  • What we can do for you … Consulting services – fast, non bureaucratic and free of charge  General information on Austria as a business location  Market data  Legal and tax issues – contact network  Labour laws, labour costs  Site identification  Information about incentives and public contributions  Organisation of “fact finding” missions Folie 31
  • ABA – at Your Service! Marion BIBER Director Southern Europe E-Mail: m.biber@aba.gv.at Tel: +43 1 58858 -32 www.investinaustria.at Folie 32