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  • 1. Why South Korea ? Dec .2011
  • 2. Historical Comparison-Export of Goods : Israel & South Korea (in B$) 500 Israel 466 450 South Korea 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 51 50 17.5 5.5 0 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Source: IMF
  • 3. Leading Economies in Asia – Main Indicators Annual average Imports of growth rate in goods and imports of goods Average growth services 2010 and services 2011-Country Population M GDP B$ (2010) rate 2010-2007 (B$) 15China 1,313 5,926 10.8% 1,521 10.8%Japan 127 5,460 -0.3% 768 5.6%Korea 50 1,015 3.5% 503 6.3%India 1,184 1,721 8.2% 427 11.3%Singapore 5 223 6.0% 408 7.7%Taiwan 23 430 3.9% 286 3.1%Thailand 68 319 3.3% 204 7.5%Malaysia 28 278 4.2% 189 6.9%Indonesia 243 706 5.8% 162 12.2%Vietnam 88 104 6.7% 94 13.3%Philippines 100 200 5.1% 73 5.9%
  • 4. Gross Domestic Product by Sector of Origin South Korea & Israel Israel Korea, Rep. GDP - composition by 2.4% 2.6% sector 32.6 Agriculture 2.4% % 2.6% Industry 32.6% 39.3% 39.3% 65% 58.2% Services 65% 58.2% 7.3% Labor Force - by sector 2% 16% 24.3% Agriculture 2% 7.3% Industry 16% 24.3% 82% 68.4% Services 82% 68.4%*Source : CIA, factbook
  • 5. 9 Most Densely Populated Countries (population above 1 million ) Density Rank Country/Region Population (Area (km2 (Pop per km2) 1 Singapore 5,183,700 707.1 7,331 2 Bangladesh 142,325,250 147,570 1,069 3 Mauritius 1,288,000 2,040 631 4 Republic of China (Taiwan) 22,955,395 36,190 640 5 South Korea 48,456,369 99,538 487 6 Lebanon 4,224,000 10,452 404 7 Netherlands 16,740,000 41,526 403 8 Rwanda 9,998,000 26,338 380 9 Israel 7,697,600 20,770 371Source: CBS, The World Bank
  • 6. Social Indicators and Living Standard 2010 2015 2010 2015 Korea, Rep, Korea, Rep. Israel Israel Health Healthcare spending (% of GDP) 6.1 6.7 8 8 Healthcare spending (US$ per head) 1,250 2,051 2,294 3,071 Consumer goods in use (per 1,000 population) Passengers cars 358 420 277 331 Telephone main lines 375 182 412 357 Mobile phone subscribers 1,016 1,154 1,309 1,343 Television sets 673 772 410 453 Personal computers 656 805 817 881*Source : The Economist
  • 7. South Korea and Israel – Indexes Comparison Index Israel Korea Enabling Trade Index 26 27 GCI 24 22 Doing Business 34 8 Corruption Perception Index 36 43The Enabling Trade Index -ETIGCI – The Global CompetitivenessDoing businessCPI 2011
  • 8. Leading GCI Indicators Israel vs. South Korea Institutions 7 Infrastructure 6 Innovation 5 Macroeconomic 4 Business environment 3 sophistication 2 1 Health and primary 0 Market size education Higher education Technological and training reainess Goods market Financial market efficiency development Labor market South Korea efficiency IsraelSource :Global Competitiveness Index
  • 9. 18.00 Labor cost per hour 16.00 ($ in U.S ) 14.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 Israel 2.00 South Korea 0.00 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 *2011 Av. Change in Exchange Rate (Base = 2000 ) 120.0% 115.0% 110.0% 105.0% 100.0% 95.0% 90.0% 85.0% NIS WON 80.0% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Source: The Economist
  • 10. (Expenditure on R&D (as % of GDP,2008 Source: Ministry of Finance
  • 11. South Korea and Israel – Innovation Sub Index Comparison Index Israel Korea Capacity for innovation 6 20 Quality of scientific research institutions 1 25 Company spending on R&D 8 11 University-industry collaboration in R&D 7 25 Gov’t procurement of advanced tech products 6 31 Availability of scientists and engineers 10 23 Utility patents granted/million pop 4 5GCI – The Global Competitiveness
  • 12. Economic Indicators Israel V.S S.Korea % GDP Israel S.Korea Exports of Goods & Services 36.9 52.4 Budget expenditure 31.7 21.7 Budget Balance -3.7 +1.4 Public debt 74.6 23.1 Gross national savings ratio 18.9 31.9 Military expenditure 6.9 2.9Source: The Economist, The World Bank
  • 13. Public Debt (%GDP)250 200%200150 119%100 84% 83% 82% 76% 75% 63% 51% 50 23% 0 Japan Italy Canada Germany France UK Israel USA India South Korea
  • 14. Investments South Korea vs. Israel Av. 2005-2010 Israel Korea, Rep. Gross fixed investment (% of GDP) 17.6 28.9 Inward FDI flow/GDP (%) 4.78 0.3 Inward FDI stock/GDP (%) 33 12.2*Source : The Economist
  • 15. Productivity Rate Av. 2005-2010 Israel Korea, Rep. GDP (% real change) 4.25 3.87 Labour productivity growth (%) 0.8 2.87 Total factor productivity growth (%) 1.15 1.8*Source : The Economist
  • 16. Exports of Goods by Countries, 2010 Unlike Israel, South Korea’s big advantage lies in the fact that it still enjoys rapid growth of surrounding states and less influenced by problems in Europe. Israel South Korea China USA 25% 28% R.O.W R.O.W 38% 40% United States 11% United Kingdom 5% Singapore Japan Italy IndonesiaVietnam 3% India Netherlands Germany 6% 3% 2% 2% 4% 4% 2% Taiwan Turkey Hong Kong India 3% 3% Germany China 5% 2% 4% 4%*Excluding Diamonds Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, GTIS
  • 17. The PISA 2009Math Score Science Score Reading Score Korea Israel PISA
  • 18. (Israel – South Korea Trade 2003-10 (M$ , ex diamonds 60% 1,400 50.61% 50% 46.24% 1,200 1,145 1,103 1,101 40% 1,000 945 894 30% 853 871 834 844 809 805 800 760 732 20% 639 635 14.64% 600 10.56% 532 10% 437 6.46% 410 3.01% 400 1.25% 0% 200 -10% -16.22% 0 -20% 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1-9/2010 1-9/2011 Exports Imports Exports Growth
  • 19. Israel Exports to South Korea –Main Sectors, 2010-2009 SECTOR M$ % change 10/9 % of total Electronic Components 255 -45% 30% Devices for Measurement, 241 177% 29% Testing and Navigation Basic Metal 90 135% 11% Chemicals 84 29% 10% Telecommunication 47 30% 6% Machinery and Equipment 41 -18% 5% Other 86 -10% 9% Total Export 844 1% 100%
  • 20. Israel Exports to South Korea – Main Sectors,01-09.2009-2011 2009 2010 2011 Change 09/11 % of Total SECTOR (M$) (M$) (M$) (%) 2011 Devices for Measurement, 49 195 129 162% 24% Testing and Navigation Electronic Components 341 189 111 -68% 21% Basic Metal 21 63 80 282% 15% Chemicals 43 62 64 50% 12% Machinery and Equipment 39 30 40 2% 7% Telecommunication 27 35 22 -18% 4% Other 73 65 91 25% 17% Total Export 592 639 536 -9% 100%
  • 21. IEICI- Countries Attractiveness Score Model 160 Turkey 140 USA 120 Brazil 100 IndiaIsrael’s Status 80 Netherlands Malaysia Russia Spain UK 60 Taiwan Belgium Australia Korea Italy 40 Thailand France Canada Singapore Chile Germany Poland 20 Austria Mexico Hong Kong Sweden Japan Switzerland China Saudi Arabia UAE Indonesia 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Market Attractiveness
  • 22. South Korea– Potential Sectors Market Size (B$) Index 2010 2011 Automotive Parts and Accessories 35 36 Drugs and Pharmaceuticals 13.7 15 Pollution Control Equipment 8.5 8.8 Defense Industry Equipment 8.1 8.7 Renewable Energy 4.6 6.6 Healthcare Technology and Medical Devices 3.6 4 Computer Software 2.6 2.8 Wireless Broadband Equipment and Services 0.5 0.5NTDB
  • 23. South Korea– Potential Sectors Total Imports(B$) Index 2010 2011 Automotive Parts and Accessories 4.1 4.2 Drugs and Pharmaceuticals 2.2 2.5 Pollution Control Equipment 0.8 0.8 Defense Industry Equipment 1.9 2 Renewable Energy 1.4 1.5 Healthcare Technology and Medical Devices 2 2.2 Computer Software 0.6 0.6 Wireless Broadband Equipment and Services 0.2 0.2NTDB
  • 24. Main Barriers in Doing BusinessWorld Bank, Doing Business Report Korea, Rep. Israel Starting Business 24 43 Dealing with Construction Permits 26 137 Getting Electricity 11 93 Registering Property 71 147 Getting Credit 8 8 Protecting Investors 79 5 Paying Taxes 38 59 Trading Across Borders 4 10 Enforcing Contracts 2 94 Resolving Insolvency 13 45* Source : world bank
  • 25. Main Barriers in Doing Business Global Competitiveness Index Israel Korea, Rep. 15.3 Access to financing 14.4 Inefficient government bureaucracy 15.3 Inefficient government bureaucracy 10.1 Inadequate supply of infrastructure 15.2 Policy Instability 10.0 Tax rates 12.7 Restrictive labor regulation 8.9 Inadequately educated workforce 8.1 Tax regulation 7.8 Policy Instability 7.7 Inadequately educated workforce 7.8 Restrictive labor regulation 5.9 Corruption 7.0 Access to financing 5.5 Inadequate supply of infrastructure 6.4 Poor work ethic in national labor force 3.9 Tax rates 5.7 Tax regulation Government instability/coups 3.7 Inflation 5.3 3.6 Foreign currency regulation 2.4 Foreign currency regulation 2.9 Corruption 2.4 Poor work ethic in national labor force 1.6 Inflation 1.5 Government instability/coups 1.4 Crime and theft 0.3 Crime and theft 0.1 Poor public health 0.2 Poor public healthFrom a list of 15 factors, respondents were asked to select the five most problematic for doing business in their country and to rank them between 1 (most problematic) and 5. The bars in the figure show the responses weighted according to their rankings.
  • 26. World Population by Age Median 44.6 43.7 44.3 41.5 40.5 40.7 39.7 38.5 37.5 37.9 36.8 35.2 28.9 27.9 28.1 28.4 26.7 25.9Source: CIA,World Factbook
  • 27. Opportunities- South Korea•15th among world largest economies.•rapid growth of Southeast Asia: 6.2% growth In 2010 And 4% averageforecast growth rate in 2011-15.•World’s 11th largest Importer: Ahead of the Canada, India and Russia.•The Korean government has announced several plansto develop future industries, including telecommunications and IT, environmental technology and life sciences.•Great interest in technology and innovation.•World’s largest shipbuilder: including world’s largest shipyard run byHyundai Heavy Industries.•World’s 5th largest automobile manufacturer: including world’s largestautomobile assembly plant (Hyundai Motors).• Largest electronics manufacturing firm: Samsung Electronics.
  • 28. Thank you.shauli@export.gov.il

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