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Presentation by Mr. Gops Pillay, President of South & East Asia, ASEAN, and Australia/New Zealand, BASF East Asia Regional Headquarters Ltd., at the KCMC Global Insight Forum. Mr. Gops Pillay gives ...

Presentation by Mr. Gops Pillay, President of South & East Asia, ASEAN, and Australia/New Zealand, BASF East Asia Regional Headquarters Ltd., at the KCMC Global Insight Forum. Mr. Gops Pillay gives his ideas on why BASF views emerging global companies as potential innovation partners, not just competitors.
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    • Global challengers: Partners for growth Gops Pillay, BASF, President of South & East Asia, ASEAN, Australia/New Zealand KCMC Global Insight Forum, October 30, 2013 10/23/2013 1
    • Asia Pacific: already the biggest chemical market, with growth outpacing GDP 14% 13% 33% 27% CAGR World: 3.0% Asia Pacific: 4.8% 49.7 29% 25% Real GDP (World), US$ trillion 67.1 31% 14% 28% 2020 2010 10% 10% 27% 40% 2.2 CAGR World: 4.0% Asia Pacific: 6.2% 30% 21% 3.2 23% Source: BASF 10/23/2013 Real chemical production 50% excluding pharma (World) US$ trillion 19% Asia Pacific North America Europe Rest of World 2
    • Chemical market in Asia Pacific is dominated by local players Top 10 chemical producers in Asia Pacific Chemical Sales in Asia Pacific in 2012 (€ billion) 1 Sinopec 44.9 Chemical Segment only 2 Mitsubishi Chemicals 29.7 estimated (business year April - March) 3 Formosa Chemicals 23.7 Formosa Petrochemical Corp. only 4 ChemChina 19.9 2011 5 Sumitomo Chemicals 18.3 estimated (business year April - March) 6 LG Chem 16.1 7 Toray 15.5 8 Mitsui Chemicals 13.0 estimated (business year April - March) 9 Reliance Chemicals 12.8 Petrochemical segment only; business year April - March 10 BASF 12.5 Adjusted to changes in IFRS 10/23/2013 3
    • Increased competition is a good omen  Sign of robust market demand  Creates improvement for customer  Creates internal hunger to improve and deliver more value based solutions  Competition is good for business! 10/23/2013 4
    • BASF: working within integrated networks People Verbund Customer Verbund Technology Verbund Production Verbund 10/23/2013 5
    • Partnering with “challengers”  BASF international network supports customers’ expansion strategies  Joint R&D and design  Applications and solutions brought to life through practical demonstration  Meet increasing needs for solutions that address sustainability challenges of our customers in Asia Pacific and globally 10/23/2013 6
    • Our purpose: We create chemistry for a sustainable future Nine billion people in 2050 but only one earth Resources, Environment & Climate Food & Nutrition Quality of life Chemistry as enabler 10/23/2013 7
    • 10/23/2013 8