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    • SOUTH AFRICA
    • Presented By ::
      • Ankit Saxena – Infrastructure + intro
      • Damodar Sikaria – slide no 12 and 13
      • M.Sirajuddin – slide 11 and conclusion
      • Ankur Solanki – slide no 7
      • Radhika Goel – slide 4 and 5
      • Garishma Bhatia – slide 10
      • Vikas Sharma – slide no 6
    • Why South Africa ???? Economic stability & sound macro-economic management Competitive sectors/industries Favourable cost of doing business Skills availability World class financial system Excellent transport & logistical infrastructure Abundant natural resources
    • South Africa – A place of change… Apartheid movement revolutionist – Nelson Mandela in early years…
    • A journey of CHANGE !!!
      • Area 1,219, 090 km 2
      • Population 44,8 million
      • Currency R1 = 100 cents
      • Time GMT + 2 hrs
      • Head of the State: President Thabo M Mbeki
      • 11 Official languages with English - business language
      • Exports: Minerals, diamonds, metals and
      • metal products, food products & automotive components.
      • Main trading partners: Germany, USA, China, Japan &
      • the UK.
      South Africa at a glance
    • South African Economy   1994 2004 2008 GDP (billions) R 482 R 1 374 US$ 213 R 1 993 US$ 283 GDP per capita R 12 507 R 29 422 US$ 4 561 R 41 066 US$ 5 825 Merchandise exports (billions) R 69, 8 R 281,8 US$ 43,6 R495,8 US$ 70 Total Foreign Debt / GDP 21,8% 20,8% Not available yet GDP Growth 3,2% 3,7% 5,1 % Unemployment 20% 26,5% 23,05% Inflation (CPIX) 9% (CPI) 4,3% 6,5% Prime Rate 15,75% 12% 14,5% (Dec’08)
    •  
    • The Effect……
      • Hosting of major events :
        • 2010 Soccer World Cup.
        • IPL 2009
        • Cricket World Cup…..
      • Fixed Investment in various industries increased 3 folds (past 1 decade).
      • Ranked 31 st for attracting FDI….
    • Strategic Position to global Shipping Routes
    • South Africa Tourism….
    • Strengths of South Africa’s provinces •
      • Western Cape:
      • Tourism
      • Agro-processing
      • Biotechnology
      • Petrochemicals
      • Clothing and textiles
      • Fishing
      • Northern Cape:
      • Agro-industries
      • Transport and storage
      • Mining and beneficiation
      • North West:
      • Agro-processing
      • Bio-fuels
      • Leather products
      • Mining
      • Limpopo:
      • Food processing
      • Agri-business
      • Mining
      • Fertilisers and pesticides
      • Energy
      • Mpumalanga:
      • Tourism
      • Mining (Coal)
      • Forestry
      • Agriculture
      • Agro-processing
      • Gauteng:
      • Financial and business services
      • ICT
      • Pharmaceuticals
      • Food and beverages
      • Mining
      • Free State:
      • Agriculture
      • Agro-processing
      • Machinery and equipment
      • Mining and beneficiation
      • Eastern Cape:
      • Agriculture and forestry
      • Aquaculture
      • Automotive
      • Clothing and textiles
      • Leather and leather products
      • KwaZulu-Natal:
      • Aluminium
      • Automotive
      • Petrochemicals
      • Wood and wood products
      • Tourism
      • Clothing and textiles
    • Finally….
      • One of the most sophisticated and promising emerging markets.
      • Gateway to Africa.
      • Ranked 28th in the world for the ease of doing business.
      • One of the world’s top 20 exchanges.
      • World’s top producer of minerals.
      • A win-win opportunity for all…….
    •