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  • Note: “Your Company” as noted above can be changed to customize the intended client being sought NAFTA – North America Free Trade Agreement per il libero scambio delle merci tra I paesi che lo hanno sottoscritto e quelli che aderiranno in futuro. ( Abbattimento dei dazi doganali come la UE )
  • Sources:   GDP (2010): Ontario Ministry of Finance, May 30, 2011, with data from Statistics Canada Population (as of July 1, 2010): Ontario Ministry of Finance, May 2011, with data from Statistics Canada Personal Income (2010): Ontario Ministry of Finance, May 2011, with data from Statistics Canada Goods Exports (2010): Percentage of domestic exports, Industry Canada, Trade Data Online, (data from Statistics Canada) , May 24 2011 Manufacturing shipment (2010): MOF intranet – Manufacturing Sales, May 16, 2011 ICT (2010): Estimated using NAICS for ICT sector and the Survey of Employment and Payroll Hours (SEPH), June 30, 2011. Financial Services Employment (2010): Statistics Canada – Survey of Employment and Payroll Hours (SEPH), June 30, 2011 Last update: June 30, 2011
  • Ontario succeeded in attracting manufacturing jobs in 2010, relative to our US competitors, although our focus on automotive hasn’t prevented Ontario from taking a hit in 2009 with the economic downturn. Ontario has been shielded from the worst of that downturn, however, by a number of factors.
  • Ontario is 1 st in Canada 3 rd in the US and Canada combined in terms of manufacturing jobs, behind California and Texas.
  • Since the 1990’s, Canadian governments have worked to reduce their debt loads, shedding interest costs in the process. Canada’s banking sector remains one of the most solvent world-wide.
  • Source: Ministry of Finance, Fall Economic Outlook, November, 2010, Chapter II. a = actual. p = projection Last update: November 2010 2009 Prodotto interno lordo al minimo, crisi dell’occupazione QUINDI meno guadagno per I consumatori con conseguente calo dell’immissione di moneta nem mercato ( il consumatore spende meno generando meno profitto per il paese, causando una stasi nei prezzi dei beni e servizi ( CPI ai minimi storici )
  • Il grafico dimostra il forte aumento della produzione di energia da fonti rinnovabili negli USA e CANADA
  • Smart Power Grid : Rete Nazionale Intelligente dell’Energia, meno dispersione durante il tragitto ed inserimento dell’energia prodotta localmente da Fonti di Energia Rinnovabile ( Generazione Distribuita )
  • L’OPA ha premiato anche aziende che inzialmente non soddisfavano i requisiti di base per ricevere gli incentivi
  • La partecipazione dell’Ontario nei progetti eolici salirà al 50%
  • Avete una panoramica delle Feed – in –Tariff per le diverse potenze di impianto installate e per le due tipologie su copertuta ( tetto ) e a terra. Si deduce la vantaggiosità dell’offerta FIT dell’Ontario espressa in centesimi di euro
  • Silfab è già presente nella lista anche se molte altre aziende sono in fase di insediamento in Ontario, perché da subito ha ottenuto un’offerta nell’immediato e nel lungo termine molto vantaggiosa.
  • Irraggiamento
  • Some of Ontario's world-leading aerospace companies Aero structures Magellan Aerospace Commercial helicopters Eurocopter Canada Conversion/upgrade/retrofit L-3 Communications CMRO Field Aviation Kelowna Flightcraft Voyageur Airways Electronic systems Esterline CMC Electronics L-3 Communications Electronic Systems Hispano-Suiza Canada Environmental systems Honeywell Canada Flight simulators and visual systems Atlantis Systems International Gear-boxes and transmissions Northstar Aerospace Integrated space robotics systems MDA Landing gear systems Goodrich Messier-Dowty Héroux-Devtek Light aircraft Diamond Aircraft Motion control components Curtiss-Wright Controls EM Technologies Optical/Visual Systems Raytheon Canada L-3 Communications WESCAM Regional and business aircraft Bombardier Aerospace Satellite communication systems EMS SATCOM Small and medium turbine engines Pratt & Whitney Canada Space hardware subsystems COM DEV Special purpose aircraft Bombardier Aerospace Found Aircraft Canada Unmanned aerial vehicles MMIST
  • Fino al 41,5% di rimborso sul credito di imposta, ricollocabile per compensare i debiti. Un credito di imposta può essere destinato a compensare i debiti, a diminuire le imposte dovute oppure, quando ammesso, se ne può richiedere il rimborso, ad es. in sede di dichiarazione dei redditi. R&D Cost Advantage KPMG – Measures the combined impact of 26 significant cost components that are most likely to vary by location (salaries and wages, statutory benefits, other benefits, transportation, utilities etc) as applied to 17 different business operations over 10 years. KPMG national cost comparison is based on cost information collected primarily between July 2009 and January 2010. Taxes reflect tax rates in effect on January 1, 2010, and also incorporate any announced changes at that time to take effect as specified later dates. National results are based on the average results for comparable cities within each country, reflecting R&D cost of major metropolitan regions of each country. The Canadian average is calculated using Toronto and Montréal, the two major Canadian cities. The KMPG report does not provide an average for Ontario. MEDT estimate follows the methodology used to estimate national averages. Ontario city basket is Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario’s largest cities. To estimate the R&D overall, three R&D operations are used: Biomedical R&D, Clinical Research and Electronics System Development / Testing. Ontario Tax Credits: Ontario Innovation Tax Credit (10%) Ontario Business-Research Institute Tax Credit (20%) Ontario Research and Development Tax Credit (4.5%) Federal Investment Tax Credit (20%) Federal Investment Tax Deduction (18%) Ontario Investment Tax Deduction (10%) R&D Tax Credits Small size corporations have taxable income of less than $500,000 and taxable capital of less than $10 million for the federal benefits or $25 million for the provincial ones. This type of corporation qualify for 100% of the tax credit calculated on a $3 million limit of qualifying SR&ED Medium-sized companies qualify for a less generous tax credit than the small size corporations, up to the point when they have taxable income of less than $800,000 and taxable capital of less than $50 million. Once this limit has been reached, the tax credit is $0. Eligible Ontario research institutes include universities, colleges of applied arts and technology, research hospitals and other entities in Ontario. Last update: September 2010. Source Canada Revenue Agency http://www.cra-arc.gc.cal Ontario Ministry of Revenue http://www.rev.gov.on.ca
  • Pharma R&D expenditures – source Rx&D, 2007 (from PMPRB, 2006) Over 50% of Canada’s pharmaceutical companies, with $545M/year in R&D expenditures Over 60% of Canada’s Medical & Assistive Technologies (MAT) companies Over 675 Medical Device Companies including Johnson & Johnson Medical, GE Health Care, Siemans Canadian HQ for global giants: GSK, AstraZeneca, Sanofi Pasteur, Takeda, Bayer, Roche, etc Pharma # of employees: Stats Can 2008 employment survey. The Ontario employment for Pharmaceutical & medicine manufacturing (NAICS 3254 on this document) is on page 114. As of Dec. 2008, employment in this sector was 15.7 thousand. This includes both brand and generics. Pharma revenue: IMS Health & Brogan for 2008   Medical and Assistive Technologies:  This # is from Dan Lynch at HTX ( https://www.htx.ca/default.aspx ) who ran #s from a database that they own.    Biotech:  http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/070130/t070130c-eng.htm .  Note that these #s are based on 2005 data (although the study came out in 2007).  Canada is the 8 th largest pharmaceutical market in the world Ontario ~ 40% of Canada’s market Ontario has ~ 40% of Canada’s pharmacies Canadian projections for 2013: Drug market ~ US$ 23.9 billion Per capita drug expenditure ~ US$676.50 Imports ~ US$ 6.8 billion Exports ~ US$ 5.2 billion
  • Brand Pfizer: Ottawa: research lab (40 ppl), Mississauga: distribution centre (50 ppl), Province-wide: sales force (300 ppl) GSK: Mississauga: manufacturing/R&D/HQ (700 ppl) Oakville: consumer health (300) Sanofi: Toronto: vaccine R&D/manufacturing (1,100 AZ: Mississauga: sales/marketing/HQ Merck Frosst: Province-wide: sales + 10 ppl at MaRS Roche: Mississauga: sales/marketing/HQ Lilly: Scarborough: R&D/sales/HQ Wyeth: Markham: sales/marketing/HQ (200 ppl) to close by 2010, Mississauga: consumer health (200 ppl) Generic: Apotex , Etobicoke, R ichmond Hill, Windsor, London, Brantford: manufacturing/R&D/HQ Teva/Novopharm: Scarborough: HQ/packaging, Stouffville: manufacturing, Markham: manufacturing Ranbaxy: Mississauga: sales/marketing/ HQ Mylan: Etobicoke - packaging Ratiopharm: Mississauga Biotech Amgen: Mississauga: sales/HQ YM Bioscience Gilead Axela Genzyme Biogen Idec Nycomed Generex Covalon Genenews Medical Devices: Baxter, mississauga: hemophilia, immune disorders, infectious diseases, kidney disease, trauma and other chronic and acute medical conditions. As a global, diversified healthcare company, Baxter applies a unique combination of expertise in medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology to create products that advance patient care worldwide. J&J: sterilization, interventional vascular technology, dupuy Orthopaedics , ethicon surgical sutures, endo-surgery instruments, life soan glucose monitor, virco HIV-1 drug resistance testing, ortho clinical diag Philips 3M Medtronic Boston scientific GE Siemens Cardinal Health Canada Abbott Pt of Care – Ottawa, handheld blood diag Clinical Manufacturing Patheon c;ontract dosage form development and manufacturing ; burlington (release testing and stability testing and packaging); Toronto (high-potency manufacturing and specialized manufacturing and package controlled drugs) Whitby – coated and mutilayer tablet, complex liquids, line etxtension etc, anatical dev, testing, lifecycle dev. Apotex: TO based, manufacture generic version of 'Lipitor®‘ (cholesterol) ; manufacturer Clopidogrel is the generic equivalent of Sanofi's Plavix® (prevents blood clot, heart attack) Therapure, Mississauge, manufacture, purification, and packaging of rare and complex biotherapeutics. Dalton Pharma: York/TO API Manufacturing & Aseptic Fill Services Agreement PDI : aurora/TO, Api manufacturing Torcan: api laboratory testing, research, active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing CLINICAL RESEARCH Abbott UCB: burlington, research, development and commercialization of medicines for central nervous system and immunological disorders Life Labs: lab testing TO All Phase: ottawa, cro Alphora: miss, cro Baxter : Alliston, ON, l leader delivering critical therapies for life-threatening conditions. Technologies are related to the blood and circulatory system. Patheon Burlington: provider of contract drug manufacturing and development services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies worldwide. YM BioSciences is involved in the development of drugs and biologicals primarily for the treatment of cancer.
  • Hamilton – 8 http://www.eng.mcmaster.ca/news/news2010/digital_media_institute_eight.html
  • Toronto’s Discovery District – 2KM 2
  • GSK – UK SP: France AZ: UK Ranbaxy – India Apotex Canada Teva - Isreal
  • +950 Digital Media Companies Canada is the 3 rd largest game developer worldwide Premier game publishers (Ubisoft, Capcom, Tecmo Koei) 3 rd Largest film production in North America with a 51,000 square foot motion picture complex Leaders in Animation and Special effects used in Games, Hollywood Movies and Industry
  • Celestica grown to one of the largest microelectronics manufacturers in the world with 33,000 impiegati and 20 + manufacturing worldwide ohters in this sector include Mittel, Dalsa, ATI Zarlick ksemiconductor etc We have RIM – creator of blackberry – major employer waterloo and worldwide. And giants telcomm with Rogers communication
  • Total 284,000 employees in ICT, overt 75% university degree
  • Ot – mge bus content x-Service Providers (i.e. application, managed, wireless and Internet service providers)
  • Equity : la restante parte dell’investimento che spetta all’azienda stessa. SR&ED Scientific research and experimental development.
  • I 4 pilastri della strategia finanziaria dell’Ontario
  • OCSE Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development - Organizzazione per la cooperazione dello sviluppo economico CONSENSUS. Categoria stabilita dall’omonimo Accordo internazionale in ambito OCSE che definisce i termini massimi di dilazione di pagamento per le operazioni di credito all’esportazione. Tali dilazioni massime sono di 5 anni – con possibile estensione fino a 8,5 – per i paesi di 1a categoria Consensus (ovvero i paesi a reddito medio-alto, secondo le classificazioni della Banca Mondiale)
  • FS Financial Service
  • Write off: ammortamento
  • Ontario has excellent transportation systems in place
  • NAFTA – North America Free Trade Agreement
  • Source: Industry Canada, Trade Data Online ( data from Statistics Canada) April 2010. Last updated April 2010 Next update expected Apr 2011
  • Source: Industry Canada, Trade Data Online (data from Statistics Canada, June 2011) Note: Product descriptions were modified. See full description below: Exports: Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Bicycles, Motorcycles and Other Similar Vehicles Pearls, Precious Stones or Metals, Coins and Jewellery Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Machinery and Mechanical Appliances Electrical or Electronic Machinery and Equipment Plastics and Articles Thereof Imports: Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Bicycles, Motorcycles and Other Similar Vehicles Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Machinery and Mechanical Appliances Electrical or Electronic Machinery and Equipment Pearls, Precious Stones or Metals, Coins and Jewellery Pharmaceutical Products Last update: June 2011
  • Health care cost is one of Ontario’s key competitive advantages A typical Ontario auto parts operation with 100 employees pays approximately US$498,000 per year less than a comparable US-based firm. Employer-paid health costs in Ontario cities are less than half (33%) of similar cost in US cities. In the version of the Competitive Alternatives Cost Model used for this analysis (March 2010), most cost data reflect July 2009 and January 2010 . Tax calculations have been updated to reflect major tax changes announced or in effect as at July 2010. The Canadian dollar exchange rate used in this analysis is CDN$1.03 per US$, reflecting prevailing rates as at July 2010. Study prepared by MMK Consulting on behalf of MEDT, September 27, 2010. Last update: September 28, 2010 Next Update expected early September 2011
  • KPMG – Measures the combined impact of 26 significant cost components that are most likely to vary by location (salaries and wages, statutory benefits, other benefits, transportation, utilities etc) as applied to 17 different business operations over 10 years. KPMG national cost comparison is based on cost information collected primarily between July 2009 and January 2010. Taxes reflect tax rates in effect on January 1, 2010, and also incorporate any announced changes at that time to take effect as specified later dates. National results are based on the average results for comparable cities within each country, reflecting business cost of major metropolitan regions of each country. The Canadian average is calculated using Toronto and Montréal, two major Canadian cities. The KMPG report does not provide an average for Ontario. MEDT estimate follows the methodology used to estimate national averages. Ontario city basket is Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario’s largest cities Last review: May 2011. Next Update Scheduled for May 2012.
  • Notes: The slide is reviewed by MOF as of June 28, 2011. Anything related to tax information must be approved by MOF. The Canadian federal government reduced the federal corporate income tax rate to 18% on January 1, 2010, and to 16.5% on January 1, 2011. Further reduction to 15% will take place on January 1, 2012. The Ontario Corporate Income Tax rate was reduced to 10% on July 1, 2010. The US rates reflect the deductibility of state taxes from federal CIT and the rates have been rounded. Average rates are weighted by state GDP. Not all US rates levy a Corporate Income Tax. For example, the chart includes Ohio's Commercial Activity Tax, which is levied on gross receipts in Ohio. A CIT equivalent has not been calculated. The Michigan rate reflects the Corporate Income Tax rate that will be in effect when Michigan eliminates the Michigan Business Tax and implements a flat 6% CIT rate Great Lakes States rate includes: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. Average includes Michigan CIT rate in effect after the Michigan Business Tax is eliminated. Although Ontario has a lower combined federal-provincial CIT rate than the combined federal- state rate in all US states, two Canadian provinces have a lower combined income tax rates on manufacturers – Saskatchewan and Newfoundland. Last review: June 2011
  • The slide is reviewed by MOF as of June 28, 2011. Anything related to tax information must be approved by MOF. 2011 Ontario Ministry of Revenue and Canada Revenue Agency Legislated rates scheduled as of March 29, 2011 Last Update: June 2011
  • Source: http://www.plandaction.gc.ca/initiatives/eng/index.asp?initiativeId=37
  • AB May 11 With ACCA, the capital cost is depreciated completely over three years as opposed to the traditional method over 15 years. Therefore, more of the original capital cost is expensed each year during the first three years. As a result, taxable income for the first three years is lowered significantly. In addition, ACCA will provide a higher return on capital in the long term once the original capital cost has been completed written off. Source: Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters http://www.cme-mec.ca/?action=show&lid=JCKNC-E742G-1W6JA&cid=SRU5G-AW8IR-4KCVK&comaction=show Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/returnoninvestmentcapital.asp
  • Note: Scores are on a scale of 0-10 (rounded to one decimal place), and high scores reflect the better opportunities for, and less hindrances to, the conduct of business, measured by countries’ rankings in ten categories including market potential, tax and labour-market policies, infrastructure, skills and the political environment. Scores reflect average and forecast average over given data range. Data accessed: April 8, 2011. Last update: April 2011. Figures are updated quarterly by EIU.
  • Source: Mercer, Worldwide Cost of Living Survey 2009. Released: July 7, 2009. Figures are for March 2009. (http://www.mercer.com/costoflivingpr) The information is used by governments and major companies to protect the purchasing power of their employees when transferred abroad. Report covers 180 cities in 42 countries. New York has been used as the base score for both the quality of life index and the cost of living index with a score of 100 points. Toronto scores 70.9, and Ottawa 64.9 points respectively. Canadian cities have traditionally rated favourably in the worldwide ranking. Last updated: October 13, 2009 Next update: TBD
  • Business Re-location & Investment Information: Canada : 416-313-3469 ; Canada/North America Toll Free: 1-800-819-8701 Other Countries Toll Free – Australia : 001-1-800-466-8274 ; Austria : 00-800-466-8274 ; Belgium/Denmark : 00-800-466-8274 ; China : 001-800-466-8274 ; Finland : 990-800-466-8274 ; France : 00-800-466-8274; Germany : 00-800-466-8274 ; Hong Kong : 001-800-466-8274; India : 800-100-7193; Ireland : 00-800-466-8274 Japan (C&W-IDC): 010-800-466-8274 or 0061-010-800-466-8274 ; Japan (JTT): 010-800-466-8274 or 0041-010-800-466-8274; Japan (KDDI) : 010-800-466-8274 or 001-010-800-466-8274; Japan (NTT): 010-800-466-8274 or 033-010-800-466-8274 ; Malaysia: 00-800-466-8274 ; Mexico : 800-514-0406 ; New Zealand : 00-800-466-8274 ; Norway : 00-800-466-8274; Singapore : 001-800-466-8274 ; Sweden : 00-800-466-8274 ; United Kingdom : 00-800-466-8274   Email:   info@investinontario.com ; Fax: Local: 416-360-1817   Mail: Ontario Investment and Trade Centre, 250 Yonge Street, 35th Floor, P.O. Box #1, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2L7 For Other Business Inquiries  Trade Inquiries: [email_address]  ; Investments: [email_address]  ; Business Immigration: [email_address]
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    • 1. Vantaggi Competitivi: Investimenti in Ontario October 27, 2011
    • 2. <ul><li>Le aziende Italiane possono usufruire di una combinazione unica di vantaggi strategici insediandosi in Ontario attraverso: </li></ul><ul><li>accesso facilitato al NAFTA ed ai mercati globali; </li></ul><ul><li>accesso ad un bacino di professionalità di altissimo livello (Alto livello educazionale, MBA, PhD ); </li></ul><ul><li>competitive business costs; </li></ul><ul><li>Il miglior Personale R&amp;D a livello mondiale. Relativo Sistema fiscale agevolato; supporto governativo e programmi personalizzati di investimento. </li></ul>
    • 3. PROFILO ECONOMICO
    • 4. Ontario: Potenza Economica del Canada Percentuali Ontario rispetto al Canada Figures for 2010. Sources: Ministry of Finance, Industry Canada, Statistics Canada, 2011 38% GDP ( PIL) 39% Popolazione 39% Reddito individuale ( Personal Income ) 43% Servizi Finanziari per l’impiego (Financial services employment) 48% Occupazione settore ICT 46% Prodotti Manifatturieri 39% Beni esportati
    • 5. Ontario è la prima giurisdizione in Nord America per il FDI Top Ranking Foreign Direct Investment Destination States/Provinces in North America by Estimated Jobs in 2010 Source: FDI Markets; April 21, 2011: The Financial Times Ltd 2011 ( www.fdiintelligence.com )
    • 6. La giurisdizione manifatturiera dell’Ontario è al terzo posto nei mercati USA e Canada . Occupazione espressa in milioni Sources: Bureau of Labour Statistics for US States and Statistics Canada for Ontario and Quebec.
    • 7. 2010-11 Il debito netto dell’Ontario in relazione al PIL risulta essere molto al di sotto rispetto ai dati dei paesi del G7 e del 50% inferiore a quello degli USA. Note: Net debt measures are not always comparable across countries due to different definitions and treatment of debt (and asset) components. Sources: IMF World Economic Outlook (April 2011) and Ontario Financing Authority.
    • 8. p: projected Source: Ontario Ministry of Finance; Statistics Canada Proiezione Economica a 3 anni: Solida Crescita Economica per l’Ontario 2009 2010 2011 p 2012 p 2013 p Crescita Reale del PIL -3.6% 3.2% 2.2% 2.5% 2.7% Aumento dell’occupazione -2.4% 1.7% 1.7% 1.8% 1.9% CPI Inflation cambio medio nel tempo per I prezzi pagati dai consumatori in riferimento al mercato di beni e servizi per i privati 0.4% 2.3% 2.1% 2.0% 2.0%
    • 9. SETTORI CHIAVE Il Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico e del Commercio dell’Ontario ha individuato i 6 settori chiave per lo sviluppo innovativo e sostenibile del pianeta <ul><li>Energie Alternative </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced Manufacturing </li></ul><ul><li>Automotive (Aerospace) </li></ul><ul><li>ICT + Digital Media </li></ul><ul><li>Life Science </li></ul><ul><li>Financial Business </li></ul>
    • 10. ENERGIE ALTERNATIVE Fotovoltaico Solare Termico Eolico Biomasse – Cogenerazione Water Technologies
    • 11. <ul><li>La provincia dell’Ontario è impegnata ad aumentare considerevolmente la presenza dell’energia rinnovabile nella fornitura energetica generale del paese, incoraggiandone la produzione su tutto il territorio della provincia. </li></ul><ul><li>L’obiettivo dell’Ontario nell’adottare le energie alternative include il graduale smantellamento delle centrali a carbone entro il 2014 (o prima) ed il raggiungimento della quota di energia rinnovabile pari al 48% della fornitura energetica nazionale entro il 2025. </li></ul><ul><li>La decisione dell’Ontario di dismettere la produzione di energia derivante dal carbone entro il 2014, è l’unica iniziativa ufficiale del Nord America inquadrata nelle politiche relative al Cambiamento Climatico. </li></ul>Energia Rinnovabile: una priorità per l’Ontario
    • 12. Forti Opportunità per costruttori e produttori del settore Eolico L’Ontario è ben posizionato per I costruttori; I produttori possono trarre un notevole vantaggio stabilendosi nel mercato Canadese, come dimostrano le stime di mercato domestico e statunitense Source: www.canwea.ca
    • 13. Il Green Energy Act facilita lo sviluppo delle energie rinnovabili <ul><li>Cosa offre il Green Energy Act : </li></ul><ul><li>Diritto alla connessione </li></ul><ul><li>Approvazioni semplificate </li></ul><ul><li>Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) programma </li></ul><ul><li>Promozione dell’Energia Rinnovabile </li></ul><ul><li>Conservation promotion </li></ul><ul><li>Smart power grid </li></ul><ul><li>Cosa significa per il Business </li></ul>Stabilisce il diritto di connessione per I progetti di energia rinnovabile sui sistemi di trasmissione e distribuzione Il Renewable Energy Approval (REA) fornisce in modo chiaro regole e requisiti alle aziende partecipanti E’ la prima struttura globale di pricing del North America‘per la produzione di elettricità da fonti rinnovabili.  Offre prezzi stabili per contratti a lungo termine per l&apos;energia prodotta da fonti rinnovabili La Renewable Energy Facilitation Office (REFO) offre assistenza e supporto personalizzato Promozione di una cultura della conservazione, assistendo i consumatori, il governo, le scuole e le industrie per ridurre il consumo energetico  Modernizzazione del sistema di trasmissione per aumentare l&apos;affidabilità e la possibilità di aggiungere le energie rinnovabili alla produzione di energia nazionale
    • 14. Ontario Power Authority (OPA) premia I contratti FIT <ul><li>April 2010, l’OPA premia anche i progetti che inizialmente non erano eleggibili: </li></ul><ul><li>1,229.4 MW </li></ul><ul><li>47 on-shore / 1 off-shore </li></ul><ul><li>800 kW – 300 MW project size </li></ul><ul><li>Alcune turbine </li></ul><ul><ul><li>- General Electric </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>- Siemens </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>- Vestas </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>- Enercon </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Projects equal $4.2 billion </li></ul>Source: www.canwea.ca Projects under Samsung agreement equal 2,000 MW between 2013 and 2016
    • 15. Eolico -I Destinatari FIT devono rispondere ai requisiti locali <ul><li>I FIT contracts richiedono progetti eolici più grandi di 10kW </li></ul><ul><li>Ai progettisti sarà richiesto di sviluppare un progetto che dimostri come intendano soddisfare I requisiti locali </li></ul>Visit http://fit.powerauthority.on.ca/ For updated information on rates, rules and additional benefits such aboriginal or community price adders 0,09 € FIT (Eolico) ¢/kWh (CDN) Onshore 13.5 Offshore 19.0
    • 16. Ontario: Feed-in Tariff Solar Rates *On projects submitted after July 2, 2010. Prior rate was 80.2 ¢/kWh *Eligible for Aboriginal or community adder Contract term is 20 years MW – megawatts kW - kilowatts 0,45 c/€ Technology Size Tranches ¢/kWh (CDN) Solar PV Rooftop ( Tetto ) ≤ 10 kW 80.2 Rooftop &gt; 10 – 250 kW 71.3 Rooftop &gt; 250 – 500 kW 63.5 Rooftop &gt; 500 kW 53.9 Ground Mounted + ( a terra ) ≤ 10 kW 64.2 Ground Mounted * &gt; 10 kW ≤ 10 MW 44.3
    • 17. Impianti di Produzione di Pannelli Solari in Ontario - 1 *The list contains announced, planned and operational plants AQ Solar (Evergreen Power/ASOLA JV) Crystalline PV modules (mid-2011) Arise Technologies Corp. Solar grade silicon – pilot production Calisolar Inc (formerly 6N Silicon) Solar grade silicon Canadian Solar PV Modules (early 2011) Canasia Solar Corp. PV Modules (2011) Cleanfield Energy Corporation Nanowire PV Cell Development Cyrium Technologies Development of solar cells for concentrated photovoltaics Eco Energy Solar electronics, charge controllers, low voltage disconnectors for PV systems Everbrite Thin film solar panels (2010) Glenergy Inc. Small solar-powered lights, alternative energy equipment distribution, design and installation services Greenpower Farms PV Modules (November, 2010) Heliene Canada PV Panels (September, 2010) Menova Energy Solar Concentrator to provide heat, hot water, and electrical power Morgan Solar Concentrated photovoltaics (2011) Opsun Panels PV Panels (Q3 2010) Photowatt Ontario PV Modules
    • 18. *The list contains announced, planned and operational plants Impianti di Produzione di Pannelli Solari in Ontario - 2 PRISED Solar Inc. Silicon refinement development Quadra Solar Concentrated photovoltaics Routes Astro Engineering Space-grade solar panels for satellites Silfab SpA PV Modules (July, 2011) Siliken Renewable Energies PV Panels (Q2 2011) Solar Semiconductor PV Panels (2010) Solar Source Corp. of Canada/HHV PV Crystalline Panels (2011) Solera Sustainable Energies Company Photovoltaic system controls SolGate Solar panels, 75-230 watts Sustainable Energy Technologies Thin Film PV Modules (2011) Unconquered Sun Solar Technologies Solar panels, 220 watts
    • 19. Produttori di Inverter e Sistemi di Montaggio in realizzazione* *The list contains announced, planned and operational plants Inverter Manufacturers Advanced Energy Industries Inc. (2010) Eaton Canada Flextronics – Enphase Energy (Microinverters) Fronius Canada (2011) Hybridyne Power Electronics KACO New Energy (2011) Magnatek, Inc. (2010) Power-One Inc./ SAE Power Company Schneider Electric (Xantrex) Siemens Canada Ltd. (2010) SMA Solar Technology AG (2010) Sparq Systems Inc. (Microinverters, 2010) Sunrise Power Sustainable Energy Technologies/ Melitron (2010) Mounting Manufacturers Abuma Manufacturing PLP Solar Anchor Danly Samco Solar Atlas Tube Sasco Strut Can Art Aluminum Extrusion Inc. Schletter Canada Conergy Ltd. Solar Power Products Conserval Engineering Steel Tree Structures DBMS Energy Solutions SUN Energy Development Corp. Dyco Solar Inc. Sunlink Solar Canada Extrudex Aluminum Triodetic Green Sun Rising True North Power NG Inc. HB Solar Unistrut Canada Opsun Panels
    • 20. Ontario è al IV posto come capacità Solare Installata Megawatts (MW) Source: IREC 2010 Updates &amp; Trends Note: 2009 figures
    • 21. L’Ontario ha un enorme potenziale fotovoltaico grazie all’irraggiamento di cui gode Source: Natural Resources Canada
    • 22.
    • 23. SETTORE AEROSPAZIALE
    • 24. <ul><li>Più di 350 aziende e circa 23.000 dipendenti. </li></ul><ul><li>La maggior parte dei prodotti viene destinata all’ esportazione . </li></ul><ul><li>Numerose sono le aziende in Ontario leader a livello mondiale : tra queste Bombardier , Pratt &amp; Whitney Canada e Magellan Aerospace. </li></ul>Aerospazio   2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Esportazioni (in miliardi $CAD) 16.6 16.2 18.3 18.5 17.7 18.6 19.3 Reddito (in miliardi $CAD) 21.5 21.3 21.7 21.8 22.1 22.7 23.6 Investimenti (in miliardi $CAD) 1.2 1.1 1.3 1.4 1.7 1.6 2.0 Forza lavoro (in migliaia) 78.8 75.0 73.0 75.0 79.0 82.0 83.0
    • 25. LIFE SCIENCES
    • 26. Una Storia di Scoperta e di Innovazione 1922 Discovery of Insulin Frederic Banting/George Best, University of Toronto 1963 1st Stem Cell Discovery (Haematopoietic) James Till and Ernest McCulloch, University of Toronto 1984 Cloned 1 st T-Cell Receptor Tak Mak, University of Toronto/Princess Margaret Hospital 1995 1st Alzheimer’s Gene Identified Peter St. George-Hyslop, University of Toronto 1997 1st Cancer Stem Cell Discovery John Dick, University of Toronto 2001 Discovery of Pain Gene Michael Salter, Hospital for Sick Children 2009 Viral-free iPS Cell Andras Nagy, Mount Sinai Hospital 1949 Pioneers 1st Pacemaker John Hopps, University of Toronto 1983 1 st Successful Lung Transplant Joel Cooper – University of Toronto <ul><li>Altre notevoli invenzioni e scoperte: </li></ul><ul><li>Creazione del Blackberry (1999) </li></ul><ul><li>1° Chirurgia Robotica da Remoto (2003) </li></ul><ul><li>Dopamina D1, D2, D4, D5 Recettori (1990s) </li></ul><ul><li>Gene del Cancro al Seno (2003) </li></ul><ul><li>1° Microspio Elettronico Hi-resolution (1938) </li></ul><ul><li>Gene per l’Epilessia (2003) </li></ul><ul><li>Gene per la Cisti Fibrosa(1989) </li></ul>“ Ingegneri, chimici, fisici di altissimo livello, MBA e Dottorati che ci aiutano a vincere. Abbiamo I mandati di produzione per le soluzioni globali più innovative.” Paul Lucas, President and CEO of GSK Canada Dr. Andras Nagy examines freshly induced human pluripotent stemcells from skin. (Photo by Rick Eglinton/ Toronto Star , March 2, 2009).
    • 27. Vantaggi sui costi della Ricerca&amp;Sviluppo R&amp;D Cost Advantage (%) Le aziende possono ottenere un rimborso fino al 41,5% delle spese R&amp;S Ontario ha l’ 11.3% di vantaggio sui costi R&amp;S rispetto agli USA Sources: Ontario Ministry of Finance and Canada Revenue Agency (2010) Sources: KPMG and MEDT (2010) Note: estimates effective July 1, 2010 Medi e Piccoli Produttori (pubblici, privati o esteri) spese R&amp;S (generiche) Spesa Lorda $100.00 Spese al netto delle imposte $49.51
    • 28. ONTARIO: Principale Centro di Life Sciences Sources: Rx&amp;D, CGPA, HTX, Ernst &amp; Young and Statistics Canada SETTORI ALCUNE INDUSTRIE IMPIEGATI RICAVI PHARMA Brand and Generic GSK, Pfizer, Apotex, Teva 15,500+ $ 8.3 Billion BIOTECHNOLOGY Amgen, Genzyme 5,000+ $ 2.8 Billion MEDIVAL ASSISTIVE DEVICE Baxter, Johnson &amp; Johnson, 22,000+ $ 4.0 Billion CLINICAL SERVICES Patheon, Abbott 3,500+ N/A TOTAL In 2009, “Fierce Biotech” named Ontario one of the top five places in North America for biotech. 46,000+ $ 15.1 Billion
    • 29. SELEZIONE DI AZIENDE Life Science in Ontario Brand Pharma Generic Pharma Biotechnology Medical Devices CMO CRO
    • 30. Poli industriali in Ontario Life Science Toronto Ottawa-Hull Hamilton Kitchener Waterloo Legend = Total Establishments London Kingston
    • 31. Il Distretto Discovery di Toronto: il più grande polo di Ricerca del Canada Source: TRRA, 2008
    • 32. Vantaggi <ul><li>Fortissimi Poli Industriali </li></ul><ul><li>Tecnologie di punta, produzione e ricerca </li></ul><ul><li>La migliore forza lavoro qualificata del G8 che si confronta quotidianamente con i ricercatori di tutto il mondo </li></ul><ul><li>I costi operativi e le tasse sono inferiori a quelli degli Stati Uniti (meno tasse statali, meno imposte per le aziende), eppure possiamo ancora avere accesso alla vendita in USA attraverso l&apos;accordo di libero scambio nordamericano. </li></ul><ul><li>Alta Riduzione dei costi  attraverso i crediti di imposta per la R &amp; S </li></ul><ul><li>Programmi– HTX Medical Device, Apprendistato e Training Tax Credit </li></ul><ul><li>Opportunità per generici - Riduzione dei costi favorita dal governo </li></ul><ul><li>Opportunities for drug and device solutions that will eliminate, improve or reduce longer term health costs </li></ul><ul><li>Opportunità per  farmaci e dispositivi che elimineranno, miglioreranno o ridurranno i costi sanitari di lungo termine </li></ul><ul><li>Settori strategici federali e provinciali </li></ul>
    • 33. Investimenti Recenti Azienda Dettagli di Investimento $79.5M di capitale in infrastrutture per 24 nuovo mandati di produzione e creazione di 225 nuovi posti di lavoro $480M per la ricerca di nuovi vaccini per il cancro e la pertosse e l&apos;ampliamento di impianti di produzione $250M investmento ultradecennale per espansione delle strutture $32M Sede Centrale Canadese e Ricerca Clinica $627M investmento per un nuovo stato dell’arte nella ricerca, sviluppo ed impianto di produzione. Creazione di 1,500 nuovi posti di lavoro $20M espansione per la produzione di penicillina e creazione di 50 nuovi posti di lavoro
    • 34. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
    • 35. SETTORI ICT PHOTONICS E-HEALTH GREEN IT SECURITY SOFTWARE ANIMATION &amp; SPECIAL EFFECTS DIGITAL MEDIA MICROELECTRONICS WIRELESS &amp; TELECOM SOFTWARE &amp; SYSTEM DEVELOPERS ICT
    • 36. Istantanea sul mercato ICT in Ontario <ul><li>57% delle Aziende ICT canadesi </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>4800 Firms, 1000 Interactive and 80+ Gaming Companies </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>49% degli impieghi ICT del Canada </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>284,000+ employees </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>16,000+ for Interactive Digital Media </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>70% della spesa per la R&amp;S Canadese </li></ul><ul><li>Ontario: Sede Centrale di 3 delle Top 250 Aziende ICT Mondiali </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>RIM, Celestica, Rogers Communications </li></ul></ul></ul>
    • 37. Ontario Corridoio Tecnologico Source: OCRI, CTT, Communitech, TRRA Toronto Ottawa-Hull Hamilton Kitchener-Waterloo Legend = Total Establishments <ul><li>+ 3,300 ICT companies and 144,000 employees </li></ul><ul><li>leaders in every sector including Interactive Digital Media sector. </li></ul>* 1,850 ICT companies &amp; 79,000 employees, -telecom equipment, networking, computer software &amp; photonics, microelectronics <ul><li>+ 450 ICT companies and 26,000 employees, </li></ul><ul><li>software, microelectronics &amp; telecommunications </li></ul>London Niagara
    • 38. Esempi di Aziende ICT in Ontario Software Professional Services Hardware &amp; Infrastructure Security Wireless and Telecom
    • 39. Perchè in Ontario? <ul><li>Eccezionali Poli ICT </li></ul><ul><li>Costi molto bassi in confronto agli USA </li></ul><ul><li>Ricerca &amp; Sviluppo: $100 R&amp;S ridotto a $48.13 o $37.44 in caso di partneriato con una Istituzione di Ricerca dell’Ontario </li></ul><ul><li>Ontario Media Development Corporation </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Credito di Imposta Ontario Digital Media : </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Rimborso del 40% dei costi per produrre, commercializzare e distribuire </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Ontario Computer Animation &amp; Special Effects Tax Credit: rimborso 20% del costo del lavoro per le produzioni eleggibili </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Labour Cooperative Education Tax Credit (CETC) </li></ul><ul><li>Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) </li></ul>
    • 40. Programmi ed Incentivi per l’Industria ICT Ontario Media Development Corporation *of eligible expenditures Digital Media, Gaming, Animation &amp; Filming Incentivi* Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit credito d&apos;imposta rimborsabile per il lavoro, il marketing e le spese di distribuzione per la creazione di prodotti multimediali digitali interattivi. http://www.omdc.on.ca/Page3400.aspx Rimborso dal 25%al 40% Computer Animation and Special Effects Tax Credit credito d&apos;imposta rimborsabile per le animazioni al computer e attività di effetti speciali infilm o produzioni televisive. http://www.omdc.on.ca/Page3402.aspx Rimborso 20 % Ontario Sound Recording Tax Credit credito d&apos;imposta per il supporto audio o la musica delle attività di registrazione video di un artista o di un gruppo emergente canadese. http://www.omdc.on.ca/Page3398.aspx Rimborso 20 % di produzione e spese di marketing Book Publishing Tax Credit Credito d&apos;imposta per le case editrici per pubblicare e promuovere le opere di un autore canadese. http://www.omdc.on.ca/Page3397.aspx 30% sul credito di imposta per attività pubbblicazione libri fino ad un massimo di $30,000 per titolo Film and Television Tax Credit credito d&apos;imposta rimborsabile per le produzioni cinematografiche e video. http://www.omdc.on.ca/Page3399.aspx 35 % fino al 40% Production Services Tax Credit credito d&apos;imposta rimborsabile per quelle produzioni che non soddisfano i requisiti per il film e la televisione. http://www.omdc.on.ca/Page3401.aspx 25%
    • 41. Investimenti Recenti Company Investment Details $67 milioni. investimento che creerà 200+ nuovi posti di lavoro in 5 anni per la R&amp;S di telecomunicazioni e vendite Cifre riservate. Apertura di una filiale a Kitchener $500M investmento in uno Studio di Sviluppo di Software per Giochi, 800 posti di lavoro $200M investimento per espandere il centro di R&amp;S $165 M per for its Canadian R&amp;D capabilities in business communications integrated technology, supporting 350 jobs
    • 42. ALTRI DETTAGLI SUL REGIME FISCALE AGEVOLATO ED INCENTIVI
    • 43. Source: Employment Standard Act, Ontario http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/es/ Contributions for 2011: Maximum pensionable earnings $48,300 Basic exemption $3,500 Maximum contribution earnings $44,800 Employee and employer rate 4.95% Maximum annual employee/employer contribution $2,217.60 Statutory Benefits Percentage Total Payroll ( libro paga ) Annual Maximum – Per Employee <ul><li>Social Insurance Rate </li></ul><ul><li>Pension Plan </li></ul>4.95% $1,910.70 Employment Insurance 2.62% $1,021.80 <ul><li>Payroll Tax for Province </li></ul><ul><li>Employer Health Tax (assistenza Sanitaria ) </li></ul><ul><li>First $400,000 of annual expenditures exempt from the health care tax </li></ul>1.95% N/A Vacation Applicable to employees after 1 year of employment 4% N/A   Total: 13.85%  
    • 44. *of eligible expenditures Ricerca&amp; Sviluppo e Commercializzazione Incentivi* Ricerca scientifica e sviluppo sperimentale Canada Revenue Agency http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/txcrdt/sred-rsde/bts-eng.html Fino al 35% del credito di imposta per I primi 3 milioni di dollari delle Aziende Private controllate dal Canada Qualificazione della ricerca scientifica e sviluppo sperimentale (SR &amp; ED) le spese comprendono il 100% delle spese correnti e il 40% delle spese in conto capitale. www.rev.gov.on.ca/english/credit/oitc/index.html Rimborso del 10% credito di imposta per le spese SR&amp;ED. Il credito annuale massimo è di $300,000 Collaborazione con Istituti di Ricerca Credito di imposta rimborsabile per aziende che sostengono spese relative ad un contratto stipulato con un Centro di Ricerca riconosciuto. Canada Revenue Agency http://www.rev.gov.on.ca/en/bulletins/ct/obitc_frost_0002.html 20 % credito di imposta fino a 4 milioni di dollari all’anno Innovation Demonstration Fund Partecipazione all’equity, credito garantito o a fondo perduto per supportare la commercializzazione di tecnologie innovative. Ministry of Research and Innovation http://www.mri.gov.on.ca/english/programs/idf/guidelines.asp Fino al 50 % dei costi di progetti approvati, da un minimo di $100K a $4 million Tax Exemption for Commercialization (OTEC) Supporta le start-up per bioeconomia, telecomunicazioni, computer e tecnologie digital media nella commercializzazione della proprietà intellettuale sviluppata da riconosciute Università o Colleges Canadesi. Ministry of Research and Innovation http://www.mri.gov.on.ca/english/programs/TaxExemptionCommercialization.asp Esenzione di 10 anni per le nuove società
    • 45. *of eligible expenditures Venture Capital Incentives* Emerging Technologies Fund A $250 million fund over five years to co-invest alongside qualified investors into innovative, high-growth companies. Up to $5 million a year initial investment to leverage private sector capital in clean technology, life sciences and advanced health technologies, digital media, information and communications technology sectors. Ontario Capital Growth Corporation Program will make a direct co-investment into a successful company alongside the qualified investor Venture Capital Fund A $205 million fund of funds that makes investments primarily in qualified underlying funds. These underlying funds subsequently make investments into high-growth companies in IT, life science/healthcare and cleantech industries. For a list of venture capital funds active in under this program, go to the “Fund Finder” tab on the following website: An important catalyst to create a globally competitive and self-sustaining venture capital industry in . Financing Incentives Development Fund Businesses that invest $500,000 or more in qualified projects that create at least 10 jobs over five years are eligible for up to 15 per cent support. Firms must be located in and currently employ at least 10 people. Ministry of Economic Development and Trade Grant up to 15 per cent of the total eligible expenses to a maximum of $1.5 million per project Federal Economic Development Agency for Approximately $100 million has been allocated under the general intake of the Southern Ontario Development Program. Financial assistance supports competitiveness and productivity, innovation and commercialization, and economic diversification of the region. Refund 25 percent to 40 percent of eligible expenditures Small Business Financing Program Loans financing up to 90% of the cost of purchasing or improving land, buildings, leasehold improvements or new or used equipment. Industry Refund 20 percent of eligible labour expenditures
    • 46. SERVIZI FINANZIARI
    • 47. Centro Finanziario Mondiale GFCI Rankings* 1 London 2 New York 3 Hong Kong 4 Singapore 5 Tokyo 6 Shanghai 7 Chicago 8 Zurich 9 Geneva 10 Sydney 11 Frankfurt 12 Toronto 13 Boston 14 Shenzhen 15 San Francisco 16 Beijing 17 Washington D.C. 18 Paris 19 Taipei 20 Luxembourg *The Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI) provides profiles, ratings and rankings for 75 financial centres. <ul><li>Sistema bancario più solido nel Mondo </li></ul><ul><li>Top 15 GFCI del Ranking Mondiale </li></ul><ul><li>3 ° Centro FS più grande del Nord America </li></ul><ul><li>Leader in Canada </li></ul>
    • 48. Servizi Finanziari Banking Life &amp; Health, Property &amp; Casualty Insurance Trust and Loan companies Credit Unions Caisses Populaires Securities Dealers Exchanges Asset/Wealth Management Credit Card Companies Mutual/Hedge/Pension Fund Administrators
    • 49. Toronto: Sede dei Servizi Finanziari dell’Ontario With over 220,000 financial jobs, Toronto has the third largest North American financial services concentration. Ranked 8th in Fortune Global 500 Cities 50 of 56 foreign banks operating in Canada are based the Toronto area 7 of the 10 largest global hedge fund administrators 3 of the 4 largest property and casualty insurers in Canada 2 of the largest 10 global life insurers 3rd largest exchange in North America and 7 th worldwide 3 of the world&apos;s largest 25 banks and Canada&apos;s 5 largest banks 3 of the top 50 global pension funds 4/5 largest Investment management firms in Canada TORONTO
    • 50. <ul><li>“ Il Canada sarà uno dei milgiori paesi dove fare business” </li></ul><ul><li> The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) </li></ul>Energia, estrazione e commercio di metalli Finanziamento pensionistico Servizi finanziari per le attività dei poli industriali Partnership in Action – La strategia finanziaria dell’Ontario
    • 51. Il Canada si presenta a Rischio Zero OCSE con apertura del credito senza condizioni Fonte: SACE SACE S.p.A. - Servizi Assicurativi del Commercio Estero, società per azione. <ul><li>Per il Canada: </li></ul><ul><li>Apertura del credito senza condizioni </li></ul><ul><li>Dilazione del pagamento fino a 8,5 anni </li></ul><ul><li>- Categoria di rischio ZERO </li></ul>
    • 52. Perchè Ontario? <ul><li>Sistema bancario più solido nel Mondo </li></ul><ul><li>Solida Top 15 nella Classifica Generale indici Finanziari </li></ul><ul><li>Terzo più grande Centro di Servizi Finanziari in Nord America </li></ul><ul><li>Leader in Canada </li></ul><ul><li>75% del Settore Finanziario ha un livello di istruzione superiore a quello richiesto per legge </li></ul><ul><li>Partnership ed Azioni Strategiche </li></ul><ul><li>Forti Poli Industriali </li></ul><ul><li>Costi inferiori rispetto a New York e Chicago </li></ul><ul><li>100+ lingue straniere che veicolano una fluida comunicazione mondiale </li></ul>
    • 53. Programmi Governativi
    • 54. R&amp;S Benefits Competitivi <ul><li>Ampia scala di attività che qualificano per il credito di imposta </li></ul><ul><li>Numero più alto di costi qualificanti che in USA. Includono attrezzature ed accessori </li></ul><ul><li>Credito di imposta applicato ad ogni dollaro della R&amp;S, non incrementale come in USA </li></ul><ul><li>Il Write-off dei costi di R &amp; D può essere differito ai fini dell&apos;imposta sul reddito e portato avanti a tempo indeterminato. Negli Stati Uniti i costi devono essere assegnati all&apos;anno in cui sono stati sostenuti. </li></ul>
    • 55. Programmi Governativi di Supporto Per una lista completa dei Programmi Governativi di Supporto offerti dall’Ontario visitate il sito: http://www.sse.gov.on.ca/medt/investinontario/en/Pages/Government_Programs.aspx
    • 56. ALCUNI DATI SULLA LOGISTICA E CORRIDOI DI TRASPORTO E COLLEGAMENTO
    • 57. Comprehensive Transportation Network <ul><li>Autostrade/ Valichi al Confine </li></ul><ul><li>Sarnia/Port Huron </li></ul><ul><li>Windsor/Detroit </li></ul><ul><li>Fort Erie/Buffalo </li></ul><ul><li>Principali Snodi Ferroviari </li></ul><ul><li>Windsor - Sarnia </li></ul><ul><li>Toronto (Concord) </li></ul><ul><li>London </li></ul>Highways Railway Source: Ontario Ministry of Finance, Statistics Canada I 3 principali valichi veicolano 500 milioni di dollari di vendite commerciali al giorno
    • 58. Solidi Collegamenti con I Principali Mercati <ul><li>Ontario è parte del ricco mercato USA da16.000 miliardi di dollari + mercato NAFTA. Ciò consente ai prodotti dell’Ontario di entrare negli Stati Uniti ed in Messico via duty-free, anche se il 62,5% del loro contenuto è prodotto in Ontario. </li></ul><ul><li>Le aziende con sede in Ontario possono partecipare alle gare d’appalto dei governi USA e Messico  e delle aziende di proprietà dello stato. </li></ul><ul><li>Europe and Asia. L’ammontare d el commercio dell&apos;Ontario con i principali paesi europei, ha raggiunto i 30 miliardi di dollari all&apos;anno e quasi 40 miliardi dollari annui con i paesi asiatici </li></ul>
    • 59. Ontario - Exports &amp; Imports <ul><li>Goods Exports </li></ul><ul><li>U.S. – 78.8% </li></ul><ul><li>U.K. – 7.6% </li></ul><ul><li>Norway – 1.5% </li></ul><ul><li>Mexico – 1.2% </li></ul><ul><li>China – 1.0% </li></ul><ul><li>Goods Imports </li></ul><ul><li>U.S – 57.4% </li></ul><ul><li>China – 10.6% </li></ul><ul><li>Mexico – 7.5% </li></ul><ul><li>Japan – 3.9% </li></ul><ul><li>Germany – 1.9% </li></ul>5 mercati principali Figures for 2009. Export figures are domestic exports only (does not include re-exports) Source: Industry Canada ( Data from Statistics Canada), April 2010
    • 60. L’Ontario commercia un’ampia varietà di Beni le 5 categorie principali Figures for 2010. Exports figures are domestic exports (does not include re-exports). Merchandise Trade data at HS2 Level. All product descriptions have been shortened. Please see full description in the notes accompanying this slide. Source: Industry Canada (Data from Statistics Canada), June 2011 Imports Exports
    • 61. Costi di Assistenza Sanitaria per I dipendenti inferiori rispetto agli USA Costi Assistenza sanitaria per un’impresa tipo Typical firm defined as having approximately 97 employees Source: MMK Consulting, 2010 (Special run for MEDT) il costo medio per i dipendenti in USA è circa 3 volte più alto rispetto all’Ontario
    • 62. Costi di Business altamente competitivi Overall Business Costs Index (US=100) Sources: KPMG and MEDT 2011 Note: Index for Ontario was estimated by MEDT
    • 63. Imposte competitive sulla Produzione 2011 Combined Federal and State/Provincial Manufacturing Income Tax Rate (%) Note: Michigan rate reflects the Corporate Income Tax rate in effect when the Michigan Business Tax is eliminated; Ohio rate reflects Commercial Activity Tax rate which is levied on gross receipts rather than income. Source: Ontario Ministry of Finance, based on legislation as of May 1, 2011
    • 64. Calo dell’aliquota dell’Imposta sul Reddito Corporate Income Tax Rates on Manufacturing Source: 2011 Ontario Ministry of Revenue and Canada Revenue Agency   2011 2012 2013 Federale 16.5% 15.0% 15.0% Ontario 10.0% 10.0% 10.0% Combinate 26.5% 25.0% 25.0%
    • 65. Incentivi Fiscali – Ontario e Canada <ul><li>Produzione ed Equipaggiamento alla produzione (Manufacturing&amp;Process): </li></ul><ul><li>Accelerated Capital Cost Allowance (ACCA) Rate </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Dal 2007, il tasso di ammortamento per le attrezzature eleggibili M &amp; P è stato temporaneamente aumentato a un tasso del 50%  (classe 29 come definito dalla Canada Revenue Agency) per le macchine idonee e le attrezzature acquistate dopo il 18 Mar 2007 e prima del 2014. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Le aziende che si stabiliscono in Ontario possono trarre vantaggio da questo  generoso tasso di write-off per le spese in conto capitale nella produzione o nella lavorazione macchine e attrezzature ogni anno fino alla fine del 2013. </li></ul></ul>
    • 66. ACCA Benefits <ul><li>Permette di ammortizzare completamente il costo del capitale per un periodo di tre anni. </li></ul><ul><li>Fornisce un flusso aggiuntivo di cassa nei tre anni successivi alla spesa in conto capitale, riducendo il reddito imponibile . </li></ul><ul><li>Offre una maggiore redditività del capitale nel lungo periodo. </li></ul>
    • 67. Comparazione Tasse - 2010 Source: MMK-KPG Competitive Alternatives 2010. Name of taxes varies across jurisdictions, but generic terms used include VAT (Value-added Tax), and GST/RST (General/Retail Sales Tax) Refundable sales taxes are just refundable for inputs, not for final consumptions services and goods. In some cases, the tax on final goods can be refunded as long as the use or consumption of the final product takes place out of the country where it was sold. Tasse sulle vendite non Rimborsabili (RST) Tasse sulle vendite Rimborsabili (IVA - VAT) Ontario 8% (Provincial, to be eliminated on July 1, 2010) 5% (federal) 8% (provincial, starting July 1, 2010, which will be combined with the federal one into a single harmonized rate of 13% HST) United States 4% to 7.25% (state) 1% to 6% (city) (Range provided, as rates vary by city and state. Few states and some cities do not have any RST) n/a France n/a 19.6% (federal) Germany n/a 19.0% (federal) Italy n/a 21.0% (federal) Netherlands n/a 19.0% (federal) United Kingdom n/a 17.5% (federal) Mexico n/a 16.0% (federal) Japan n/a 5.0% (federal)
    • 68. Lo Scenario di Business del Canada si classifica come uno dei migliori del mondo Note: Average for 2009 - 2013 (score out of 10) Source: Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). EIU Business Environment Index
    • 69. Costo della Vita – Indici Toronto e Ottawa le meno onerose paragonate alle maggiori città americane ed europee New York = 100 Source: Mercer, Worldwide Cost of Living Survey 2009
    • 70. Canada ha la Migliore Qualità della Vita nell’ambito dei Paesi del G7 Source: IMD, * Rank among 57 economies considered in the World Competitiveness Yearbook 2009.
    • 71. Aziende Italiane con Investimenti in Ontario ABRIGO Advanced Manufacturing Agrex S.p.a. Advanced Manufacturing Ali Group S.p.A. Agrifood Autogrill S.p.A. Agrifood BEGHELLI Consumer Products BONFIGLIOLI RIDUTTORI S.p.A. Environment Calvi spa Advanced Manufacturing Caraglio SRL Advanced Manufacturing Compes (C.O.M.P.E.S.) Advanced Manufacturing Dynamic Technologies Automotive Ecopack S.p.A. Advanced Manufacturing Elettronica Santerno Environment Fenzi SpA Construction FERRARI Costruzioni Meccaniche Srl Construction Ferrero Agrifood Mapei S.p.A. Consumer Products MOLLIFICIO SpA Advanced Manufacturing Negri Bossi S.p.A. Plastics OFFICINE MACCAFERRI S.p.a. Construction Parmalat Agrifood PEREGO PINES Consumer Products PFM S.p.A. Advanced Manufacturing Prysmian Cables and Systems (formerly Pirelli &amp; C. S.p.A.) Energy RIELLO BRUCIATORI R.B.L. S.p.A Advanced Manufacturing SALICE Consumer Products GROUP SpA Forestry Products SILFAB Environment SIEL Environment Solgenia ICT ST Microelectronics Srl Advanced Manufacturing URMET TLC S.p.A. ICT Util Industries S.p.A Advanced Manufacturing Gnutti Carlo S.p.A. Automotive Inglass Automotive Italcementi SpA Construction
    • 72. ESTABLISHING A BUSINESS – ASSISTENZA GRATUITA DALL’ITALIA Il vostro Business Networking Confidenzialità
    • 73. Ultime News CANADIAN BUSINESS.COM For any clients asking about the current economic situation in North America / Canada. “ Fresh data released Friday shows Canada&apos;s manufacturers posted a surprisingly robust 1.4 per cent jump in sales to $47.6 billion, almost three times expectations, while in the U.S., consumers bought enough autos, clothing and furniture in September to boost retail sales by 1.1 per cent”   The Canadian Press Recession fears in North America recede on strong factory, consumer data By Julian Beltrame, The Canadian Press  | October 14, 2011           […] Details of the Statistics Canada report show 11 of 21 industries reporting positive sales growth, with a 48 per cent surge in the aerospace sector leading the way. Transportation equipment sales were up seven per cent, the food industry 3.9 per cent and petroleum and coal products 2.7 per cent. Offsetting the gains, fabricated metal products were down seven per cent and primary metals 2.7 per cent.                                                                                             The Best Countries For Business 10/03/2011 @ 6:01PM |Forbes Canada ranks No. 1 in our annual look at the Best Countries for Business. While the U.S. is paralyzed by fears of a double-dip recession and Europe struggles with sovereign debt issues, Canada’s economy has held up better than most
    • 74. <ul><ul><li>GRAZIE PER L’ATTENZIONE </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Contact Information </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Sophie Chelkoff </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>International Business Development Representative </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Italy </li></ul></ul>

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