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ALEXANDER MARKUS, Delegate of German Industry and Commerce in Ukraine - Competition for FDI in the Black Sea Region

ALEXANDER MARKUS, Delegate of German Industry and Commerce in Ukraine - Competition for FDI in the Black Sea Region

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    • Competition for FDI in the BlackSea Region?What investors from Germany are looking forBlack Sea Economic Forum4th October, 2012, Yalta
    • FDI (shared capital) in Ukraine Country of origin accumulated FDI in % of total Total 52,426.7 Cyprus 14,521.5 27,7 % Germany 7,403.9 14,1 % Netherlands 4,949.3 9,4 % Russian Federation 3,652.5 7,0 % Austria 3,249.6 6,2 % France 2,505.2 4,8 % United Kingdom 2,493.1 4,8 % Virgin Islands (Brit.) 1,749.7 3,3 % Sweden 1,566.1 3,0 % Switzerland 1,071.5 2,0 % USA 988.0 1,9 % Italy 985.0 1,9 % Poland 861.9 1,6 % from other countries 6,429.4 12,3 % 1st July, 2012 – source: State Service for Statistics of Ukraine, http://www.ukrstat.gov.ua/Alexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 2
    • FDI (shared capital) in UkraineCountry of origin accumulated FDI in % of totalTotal 52,426.7Cyprus 14,521.5 27.7 %Netherlands 4,949.3 9.4 %India at least 4,800.0 9.2 %Russian Federation 3,652.5 7%Austria 3,249.6 6.2 %Germany 2,600.0 5.0 %France 2,505.2 4.8 %United Kingdom 2,493.1 4.8 %Virgin Islands (Brit.) 1,749.7 3.3 %Sweden 1,566.1 3.0 %Switzerland 1,071.5 2.0 %USA 988 1.9 %Italy 985 1.9 %Poland 861,9 1.6 % 1st July, 2012 – source: State Service for Statistics of Ukraine, http://www.ukrstat.gov.ua/Alexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 3
    • stability stability…not changing therules of the gamein the very middle of the gameAlexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 4
    • predictability predictability not changing official positions every now and thenAlexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 5
    • long-term planning cycles long-term planning …for investment into people,equipment and sites foundation stone ceremony of W.E.T. housing complex in Vinogradiv, 4th Sept. 2012Alexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 6
    • transparency Transparency …for example of • investment procedures • rules • decision making • paymentsAlexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 7
    • Investing into their own business German investors know their own business very well, some for centuries and generations. That is what they invest in! 10 Years Leoni Wiring Systems in Striy, Lviv OblastAlexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 8
    • criteria Investment criteria • markets for both – purchasing and – sales • supply framework • land sites with infrastructure • work force • connection to major transport corridors • investment climate • political stabilityAlexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 9
    • barriers to German investment low level rule of law 4.3 red tape 4.3 extensive bureaucracy 4.3 customs 3.9 expensive credits 3.6 taxes 3.4 VAT reimbursement 3.3 licensing and permits 3.2 low purchasing power 3.2 currency risk 3.1 product certification 3.0 purchasing sites and real estate 2.7 costs and supply of energy 2.7 import VAT on capital stock 2.4work and liviing permits for foreigners 2.3 lack of qualified work force 2.2 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0Alexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 10
    • Many thanks! Alexander Markus Delegation of German Economy in Ukraine Ukraine, 01004 Kyiv, vul. Pushkinska 34, phone +38 044 234 5995 alexander.markus@dihk.com.ua, www.ukraine.ahk.de Picture copyright: Images and/or photos in this presentation on slide 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 are the copyrighted property of 123RF Limited, their Contributors or Licensed Partners and are being used with permission under license. These images and/or photos may not be copied or downloaded without permission from 123RF Limited. Picture on slide 4 is the property of Alexander Markus. The same as above applies.Alexander Markus, Delegation der Deutschen Wirtschaft in der Ukraine, 24.09.2012 Slide 11