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Apresentação Confitarma. Capri 28.10.2010

Apresentação Confitarma. Capri 28.10.2010

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  • 1. Ministry of External Relations Trade and Investment Promotion Department Brazilian Embassy in Italy L´Economia Brasiliana Scala la classifica Mondiale – quale opportunità per il shipping italiano? Luis Fernando Corrêa da Silva Machado Coordinator of the Trade Promotion Section of the Brazilian Embassy in Rome
  • 2. Stereotypes related to Brazil Sun Beach Soccer Samba
  • 3. Fontes: World Bank, IBGE, Ipeadata, CIA e BC Surface: more than 5 million km² Population: more than 150 million GDP higher than US$ 600 billion Brazil
  • 4. • Surface: 8.5 million km2 • Population: 191 million of people • Labor Force: 100 million of people Brazil
  • 5. Brazil • Brazil is a pacific and multi-racial nation • Immigrants and religions are respected • Non-conflict interactions, non-use of force in international law, peace promoter among nations
  • 6. Forecasts - EIU
  • 7. GDP may grow 5.5% p.a. in the 2010-2014 period 2,8 2,5 4,8 -0,2 5,5 -1,5 -0,5 0,5 1,5 2,5 3,5 4,5 5,5 6,5 1984-93 1994-03 2004-08 2009 2010-14* Sources: IBGE and BNDES *Forecast
  • 8. Inflation
  • 9. Unemployment
  • 10. Poverty % of the Brazilian population
  • 11. External Debt
  • 12. International Reserves
  • 13. Foreign Direct Investment
  • 14. Vehicles – 2009 (millions) Sources: Jato Dynamics do Brasil and Fenabrave Prepared by Ministry of Finance
  • 15. Tourism • An excellent tourism infrastructure • More than 4.8 millions of foreign visitors in 2009. • Some of the most famous tourist attractions in the world are in Brazil. • An excellent tourism infrastructure • More than 4.8 millions of foreign visitors in 2009. • Some of the most famous tourist attractions in the world are in Brazil.
  • 16. Brazil Current Trade-Flow of over US$ 280 billion, in 2009 MIDDLE EAST 4,9% OTHERS 18,1% AFRICA 5,7% USA 10,3% LATIN AMERICA 23,3% EUROPEAN UNION 22,2% ASIA 25,8%
  • 17. Brazil’s Foreign Trade - 2009 • Exports: US$ 152.9 billion • Imports: US$ 127.6 billion • Trade-Flow: US$ 280 billion • Growth of 78% between 2005 and 2009 •Trade Balance US$ 215 billion between 2004 - 2009
  • 18. Trade Flow Brazil-Italy: 2005-2009 (USD thousands) -2.000.000 0 2.000.000 4.000.000 6.000.000 8.000.000 10.000.000 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 6 2 0 0 7 2 0 0 8 2 0 0 9 Exportações Importações Intercâmbio Comercial Saldo Comercial Source: DPR/MRE
  • 19. Brazilian exports to Italy in 2009 Café, chá, mate e especiarias 355.095 11,8% Café não torrado, não descafeinado, em grãos 349.833 11,6% Minérios, escórias e cinzas 312.071 10,3% Minérios de ferro aglomerados e seus concentrados 192.699 6,4% Minérios de ferro não aglomerados e seus concentrados 118.699 3,9% Pastas de madeira ou matérias fibrosas celulósicas 296.056 9,8% Pasta química madeira de n/conif a soda, semi-branq 295.877 9,8% Sementes e frutos oleaginosos, grãos 287.736 9,5% Outros grãos de soja, mesmo triturados 278.508 9,2% Peles, exceto peleteria (peles com pelos), e couros 266.502 8,8% Outros couros/peles, inteiro bovino, preparados 103.885 3,4% Outros couros bovinos, inclusive búfalos, não divididos umid. pena flor 47.334 1,6% Outros couros/peles bovinos, secos, pena flor 39.224 1,3% Outros couros bovinos, inclusive de búfalos, divididos umid. pena flor 24.667 0,8% Caldeiras, máquinas, aparelhos e instrumentos mecânicos 180.973 6,0% Motocompressor hermético, capacidade <4700 frigorias/hora 35.074 1,2% Motores de explosão p/ aviação 32.032 1,1% Blocos de cilindros, cabeçotes p/ motores diesel/semidiesel 22.547 0,7% Refrigeradores combin. com congeladores, porta ext. separada 12.101 0,4% Aeronaves e outros aparelhos aéreos, etc e suas partes 148.942 4,9% Carnes e miudezas, comestíveis 137.902 4,6% Carnes desossadas de bovino, congeladas 89.697 3,0% Carnes desossadas de bovino, frescas ou refrigeradas 28.847 1,0% Resíduos e desperdícios das indústrias alimentares, alimentos p/ animais 106.936 3,5% Ferro fundido, ferro e aço 99.351 3,3% Lamin ferro/aço L>=6DM estanhado, E<0,5 MM 16.469 0,5% Lamin. Ferro/aço L<= 6DM, revest óxido de cromo e/ou cromo 8.934 0,3% Fio-máquina de ferro/aço, sec. circ. d<14mm, carbono>=0,6% 6.129 0,2% Ferro fundido bruto não ligado, com peso<=0,5% de fósforo 1.110 0,0% Produtos semimanufaturados, de ferro/aço não ligados, carbono>=0.25% 855 0,0% Calçados, polainas e artefatos semelhantes 97.948 3,2% Produtos químicos orgânicos 69.472 2,3% Veículos automóveis, tratores e ciclos 55.092 1,8% Madeira, carvão vegetal e obras de madeira 49.809 1,7% Gorduras, óleos e ceras animais ou vegetais 49.238 1,6% Cobre e suas obras 49.131 1,6% Subtotal 2.562.254 85,0% Demais Produtos 453.900 15,0% TOTAL GERAL 3.016.154 100,0% Source: DPR/MRE
  • 20. Brazilian imports from Italy - 2009 Caldeiras, máquinas, aparelhos e instrumentos mecânicos 1.334.615 36,4% Válvulas tipo esfera 45.164 1,2% Outs.máquinas e apars.p/ empacotar/embalar mercadorias 43.253 1,2% Outras máquinas e aparelhos mecânicos com função própria 38.137 1,0% Outras partes de máquinas e aparelhos de terraplenagem, etc 34.451 0,9% Caixas de transmissão, redutores, etc, de velocidade 22.605 0,6% Maq e apars p/ encher/fechar latas, capsular vasos, etc 20.899 0,6% Máquinas, aparelhos e materiais elétricos 356.822 9,7% Transformador de dilelétrico líquido, pot>10000KVA 24.382 0,7% Fornos de arco voltaico, industriais 18.656 0,5% Equip. term./rep. fib. óticas. Veloc.>2,5 Gbits/s 14.756 0,4% Outs. Interruptores, etc de circuitos eletr.p/ tensão <=1KV 13.749 0,4% Circuitos impr. c/ comp. elétr./eletr. montados 13.010 0,4% Outras partes p/aparelhos interrup circuito eletr 12.761 0,3% Veículos automóveis, tratores, ciclos 293.126 8,0% Outras partes e acessórios para tratores e veículos automóveis 72.095 2,0% Outras partes e acessórios de carroçarias p/ veículos automóveis 51.079 1,4% Caixas de marchas p/veículos automóveis 35.795 1,0% Produtos químicos orgânicos 182.904 5,0% Outros antibióticos 24.149 0,7% Outras cefalosporinas e cefamicinas, derivados e sais 11.749 0,3% Ciexatim 7.490 0,2% Outros hormônios, prostaglandinas, etc 6.852 0,2% Outros derivados halogen dos hormônios corticossupra-renais 6.275 0,2% Produtos farmacêuticos 169.414 4,6% Instrumentos e aparelhos de ótica e fotografia 162.415 4,4% Plásticos e suas obras 134.543 3,7% Aeronaves e outros aparelhos aéreos e suas partes 87.368 2,4% Ferro fundido, ferro e aço 78.762 2,1% Produtos diversos das indústrias químicas 56.558 1,5% Subtotal 2.856.527 78,0% Demais Produtos 807.599 22,0% TOTAL GERAL 3.664.126 100,0% Source: DPR/MRE
  • 21. The transport matrix Source: DPR/MRE 58% 25% 13% 4% Road Rail Water Pipe/Air
  • 22. 81% 46% 43% 37% 25% Russia Canada Australia USA China Brazil 8% 11% 43% 53% 4% 11% 43% 32% 25% 50% 13% 58% 17% Rail Road Water & others Compared to Countries of Similar Size
  • 23. Brazilian Shipbuilding Revival •Brazil in the 70s ranked second to Japan in the shipbuilding global market. •The industry collapsed in the 80s due to local economic factors (hyperinflation and interest rates) and end of state subsidies. •The relaunch started circa 2000 with offshore platform construction for PETROBRAS (mainly national and foreign EPC players) complemented +2005 by local shipbuilding contracting programs (PROMEF I, II / TRANSPETRO).
  • 24. REVITALIZATION – SHIPBUILDING Source: DPR/MRE Rio Grande Shipyard Itajaí Shipyard Wilson Sons Shipyard TWB Shipyard Wilson Sons Shipyard Wtorres Shipyard Existing New Plant Enlargement/Modernization Legend Mauá/Jurong Shipyard Atlântico Sul Shipyard Brasfels – Angra Shipyard Atlântico Sul Shipyard EISA Shipyard Mauá Shipyard Ilha – EISA Shipyard Corema Shipyard EBASA Shipyard Paraguaçu Shipyard Renave Shipyard MacLaren Shipyard Aliança Shipyard São Miguel Shipyard Promar Shipyard Ceará Shipyard Inace Shipyard Hermasa Shipyard Erin Shipyard Eram Shipyard Rio Maguari Shipyard Navship Shipyard
  • 25. National Ports •50 public ports in Brazil – sea and river •26 Federal Port Companies and National Department for Transport Infrastructure (DNIT) •23 States and Municipalities •1 private sector
  • 26. Inland Waterways •28,000 km of inland waterways •Potential utilization of over 15,000 km of new waterways •Transport of over 25 million tons/year •Agricultural and mineral products, alcohol, construction material (sand, gravel), fertilizers •Main Inland Waterways under operation •Paraná – Tietê 1,660 km •Amazonas - Madeira 4,164 km •Tapajós 1,046 km •Capim 372 km •Tocantins – Araguaia 3,040 km * •São Francisco 1,371 km •Paraguai 1,323 km •Jacuí - Taquari and Lagoa dos Patos 670 km •TOTAL 13.646 km
  • 27. Investments in the water transportation system •Brazil is already developing the rehabilitation and struct of the railway system. Now the challenge is to structure inland waterway system that contributes to a better equi of the Brazilian transport matrix in terms of energy, econ and sustainability. Such an arrangement implies a governmental articulation concerning the multiple use of water resources and the appropriate environmental handling. •PAC – Growth Acceleration Program (inland waterway + • Several projects - around USD 8 billion up until 2014 •Porto Maravilha – revitalization of the zone of the port o de Janeiro (USD 4,6 billion)
  • 28. Pré-sal opportunities
  • 29. rthcoming Sport Events = Business Opportunities
  • 30. BrazilTradeNet - www.btn.gov.br •Website for the promotion of trade and investments created by the Ministry of External Affairs of Brazil; •One of the biggest and most comprehensive networks with regard to trade intelligence; •Free, fast and safe access; •Content in Portugues, English and Spanish. There will be soon avaiable also in French and Chinese; •Targets: stimulate Brazilian exports and attract foreign direct investment to Brazil.
  • 31. Legal Guide for Foreign Investors in Brazil
  • 32. Brazilian Calendar of Exhibitions and Fairs
  • 33. Phone: 06.683.981 Fax: 06.686.7858 www.ambasciatadelbrasile.it Thank You! www.braziltradenet.com commercio@ambrasile.it