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AEC 2015 & ICT Industry

  1. 1. AEC 2015 and the ICT IndustryDr.Thanachart Numnonda Executive Director IMC Institute 12 February 2013
  2. 2. AEC 2015
  3. 3. ASEAN
  4. 4. Source: Free Flow of Services AEC, Ronnarong Phoolpipat
  5. 5. Main Objectives of AECSource: Free Flow of Services AEC, Ronnarong Phoolpipat
  6. 6. Key Elements of AECSource: Free Flow of Services AEC, Ronnarong Phoolpipat
  7. 7. Hubs and Spokes in Asia Pacific ASEAN +3/+6 Canada China ROK NAFTA ASEAN ASEAN +1 +1 ASEAN Japan +1 ASEAN Thailand U.S. Mexico Malaysia ASEAN+1 Singapore India ASEAN+1 Brunei NZ Australia Chile P4 APECSource: METI & MEC
  8. 8. Priority Sectors under AEC• Agro based Products • Healthcare•  Air Travel •  Rubber based•  Automotive Products•  E-ASEAN/ICT •  Textiles and Apparels•  Electronics •  Tourism•  Fisheries •  Wood Based Products •  Logistic
  9. 9. Source: Dr.Tanit Sorat
  10. 10. Source: Dr.Tanit Sorat
  11. 11. Source: Dr.Tanit Sorat
  12. 12. Facts
  13. 13. ASEAN
  14. 14. ASEAN
  15. 15. ASEAN
  16. 16. Source: World in 2050; PWC Economics 2013
  17. 17. The Three Wave of EvolutionsSource: Infocomm Technology Roadmap 5, IDA, 2005
  18. 18. Worldwide ICT Market ShareSource: 2012 White Paper Information and Communications in Japan
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  22. 22. World LTE Development 24Source: 2012 White Paper Information and Communications in Japan
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  24. 24. IT Industry Competitiveness 2011 26Source: EIU2011
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  26. 26. Top 100 Outsourcing Destinations 2012 28Source: Tholons 2012
  27. 27. Country Information
  28. 28. MalaysiaMDEC : Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) now MSC Malaysia Phase 3: Target Export to other countries: – Primary: Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand – Secondary: China Middle East IT spending in 2010 is US$4.8bn and is expected to grow to U$5.2bn in 2011. 30
  29. 29. SingaporePositioning as a ICT hub for this region Not much after AEC 2015 IT spending in 2010 is $29.7bn for Hardware, $8.8bn for software, $7.2bn for IT Services ICT manpower 141,300 (2010) Infocomm-savvy workforce and globally competitive infocomm manpower to drive economic competitiveness Boost the number of infocomm jobs by 55,000 to about 170,000 by 2015 31
  30. 30. VietnamPositioning as a outsourcing hub Plan to have a million programmer in 2015 IT spending in 2011 is US$8.7bn; software $1.2bn. 27.9 Million Internet users Strong support from the government By 2020, IT will take 8-10% of GDP The revolution #4 in Dec 2012: ICT as an infrastructure of the country Internet user 70% of total population. 32
  31. 31. ICT Human Resource in VietnamLabors of IT Industry 250,290 (2010)HW Industry 127,548SW Industry 71,814DC Industry 50,928Target one million IT engineers in 2020New enrollment of IT students in universityreached 50,000 in 2011.277 universities/colleges with ICT education. 33
  32. 32. IndonesiaOne of the fastest growing economy Need more ICT professionals a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17% over the 2011- 2015 period Attracted by many other countries; in and outside ASEAN ICT services in Indonesia is expected to reach US$3 billion by 2015 34
  33. 33. PhilippinesThe IT/Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry, is already a very important factor in economy with over half a million full-time employees, between 4% and 5% contribution to GDP its status as the number one BPO location in the world. ICT/BPO sector generated annual revenues of US$11 billion in 2011 35
  34. 34. PhilippinesExceed 900,000 FTE in IT/BPO industry by 2016,from 525,000 in 2010;Over 50% of IT/BPO business is non-voice relatedby 2016, from 20% in 2010;Increased number of IT graduates to 60,000 by2016, up from 38,809 in 2009 36
  35. 35. ThailandThai ICT market value is expected to reach $18.8billion in 2012 communication industry captured76% of the market share while hardware andsoftware took up 17.6% and 5.5% market share.Digital content market in Thailand will reach $522million by end of 2012 37
  36. 36. Strategies
  37. 37. Example of ICT Strategy in the World 39Source: 2012 White Paper Information and Communications in Japan
  38. 38. ASEAN ICT MasterPlan 2015 40Source: Ministry of Information Communication & Technology
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  41. 41. www.facebook.com/imcinstitute
  42. 42. Thank you thanachart@imcinstitute.comwww.facebook.com/imcinstitute www.imcinstitute.com 44

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