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Bahia Investment Opportunities

  1. 1. Bahia Investment Opportunities
  2. 2. Bahia Basics factsPredictability, good regulation and respect for contracts.
  3. 3. BAHIA | AN OVERVIEW 1st in the Northeast and 4st in Brazil (2011) Population:14 million 6th economy in Brazil (2010) | 4.2% GDP (2011): US$ 93 billionWorld Trade (2011) - Exports + Imports = US$ 18.7 billion - 47% of Northeast and 4% of Brazil
  4. 4. Investment Opportunities in Bahia Economic Outlook
  5. 5. BAHIA | AN OVERVIEW INDUSTRIAL PROFILE | 2011 Greater Salvador GDP (Industry) – US$ million 0 – 40 40 (average) 40 – 140 140 – 240 240 – 340 340 – 3400Source: SEI
  6. 6. BAHIA | AN OVERVIEW PRIVATE INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS | 2012 - 2015 460 industries US$ 36 bln investments 60,000** Metal products, Wood products, Metallurgy, jobsMachinery, Electrical Appliances, Shoes andLeather, Textiles etc.Source: SDE/SICM Investments | 2007-2011 | US$ 7 billion Total Investments (2007 - 2015) | US$ 43 billion
  7. 7. • Economic Activities• Spatial Distribution• Five Biomes in one state Fonte: SEI
  8. 8. Fifth GDP among Brazilian States. Some dynamic sectors inMajor investment alternative in Brazil. Bahia Fifth GDP among Brazilian States. Major investment alternative in Brazil.
  9. 9. BAHIA | AN OVERVIEW MAJOR INDUSTRIAL SECTORS Agribusiness Renewable EnergyAutomotive Oil/Gas/Petro chem Mining
  10. 10. OIL / GAS / PETROCHEMICALS Enseada do Paraguaçu Shipyard  Private Consortium: Odebrecht/ OAS /UTC / Kawasaki  Area of 120 ha  US$ 1.25 billion investment  In operation: Jan/2014  FPSO and drilling rigs  Large cargo and container ships Petrobras will keep building modules for oil rigs at its existing facilities
  11. 11. RENEWABLE ENERGY | WINDPotential at 70m – 15,000 MW  10% of Brazil and 19,3% of NortheastProjects being implemented  2009 – 390 MW;  2010 – 587 MW;  2011 – 414 MW (1st auction)  Investments of US$ 3.4 billionProposed projects  1,500 MW awaiting 2nd auction in 2011  20,000 MW under developmentWind power industry  Manufacturers in Bahia:  ALSTOM  GAMESA  GENERAL ELECTRIC  Other 3 world players under negotiation
  12. 12. RENEWABLE ENERGY | SOLARGreatest potential in Brazil25,000 photovoltaic systems installedIncentives to solar energy  Residential consumer (up to 50 kWp) will be allowed to sell energy to the concessionary  Roof of the football stadium covered photovoltaic panels. Excess energy being sold to the energy concessionary.
  13. 13. AUTOMOTIVE 5th largest car producer (6.5%) in Brazil | 2010 6th largest exporter of vehicles and car parts in Brazil | 2010 FORD Camaçari  250,000 vehicles/year  > 8,700 employees (> 1,000 engineers in production/design)  31 suppliers in Bahia (26 on FORD’s site)  One of 5 major FORD RD&I facilities – Designing new ECOSPORT  US$ 3 billion new investment - 300,000 cars/year  76% parts produced in Bahia (95% in Brazil)  One of the most efficient FORD facilities worldwide JAC Motors  120,000 cars/year + car design and test track 42% of all tire production in Brazil  3 factories (Bridgestone, Pirelli and Continental) 3 motorcycle factories being installed
  14. 14. MININGBahia has one of the greatest mining potentials in BrazilMajor projects  Mirabela (in operation) 207,000 t/year of nickel concentrate  BAMIN (under implementation) 25 million t/year of iron ore concentrate340 mining companiesgenerated revenues of:  US$ 0,7 billion (2009)  US$ 1,0 billion (2010)Most important minerals  Iron; Gold; Copper;  Chromium; Nickel;  Gems; and many more…
  15. 15. Greatest unexplored mining potentials in Brazil
  16. 16. INFRASTRUCTURE |Triple Economic Concentration•Espatial (RMS)•Sectorial (Petrochemical)•Capital Owners Fonte: SEI RMS Logistic and transports Infrastructure, railway lines, Ports, and roads is positively correlated with investments foreign entry
  17. 17. INFRASTRUCTURE | HIGHWAYS AND RAILWAYSEnergy | PORTS
  18. 18. Bahia de Todos os Santos
  19. 19. INFRASTRUCTURE | PORTSInvestments | US$ 7.8 billionPort of Salvador | US$ 430 million  Expansion and modernization| US$ 130 million (under construction)  New pier - 375m | US$ 300 million (to be procured)Port of Aratu | US$ 5.1 billion  Braskem Consortium | US$ 1.2 billion (under design)  Bahia Terminals | US$ 3.5 billion (under design)  Federal Government Investments | US$ 400 million (to be procured)Porto Sul Logistics Complex | US$ 2,27 billion  Bamin Private Port | US$ 540 million (under design)  Public Port (PPP) | US$ 1.2 billion (to be procured)  Export Free Zone and Logistics Support Area | U$ 420 million (to be procured)  New Ilhéus Airport | US$ 160 million (to be procured)
  20. 20. ELECTRONICS & IT Bahia has an important IT complex (Ilhéus)  52 companies  1.800 jobs  15% of Brazilian production of computers, boards, memories, monitors etc. Tablets already being produced in Bahia by Semp Toshiba Technology Park to include IT companies, such as IBM and Portugal Telecom
  21. 21. EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY 9 Universities and Colleges, offering undergraduate and graduate (MSc and DSc) in several areas 51 undergraduate courses in engineering and technology, 44 MSc, 6 DSc and 44 MBA Expansion of the Federal University system in Bahia:  Bahia West Federal University (UFOBA)  Bahia South University (UFSBA).  Expansion of Bahia Federal University (UFBA) to Camaçari  Expansion of Recôncavo Baiano Federal University to Feira de Santana Nine new Federal Technology Colleges (IFET) being setup in cities around the state CETIND e CIMATEC - State of the art technology centers for development of RD&I projects as well as technical, undergraduate and graduate formation
  22. 22. WORKFORCE• Bahia houses 9 universities and 17 colleges, which offer undergraduate and graduate courses (MBA, MSc, Ph.D.) in several areas of knowledge;• Ten of these institutions are dedicated to industry and engineering, and offer 51 undergraduate courses, 44 MBA’s, 10 MSc. and 2 Ph.D. courses;• There are also 3 technical colleges, offering 30 courses in industry related subjects;• CETIND and CIMATEC – State of the art facilities for technological R&D and technical workforce formation.
  23. 23. BENEFITS AND INCENTIVESInfrastructure  Areas for industrial facilities at prices below market value  Availability of water, electricity, gas and telecommunications, as well as road access, at the plant gateTaxes  Exemption or reduction of the state tax (12% or 17%)  75% reduction on income tax (Federal Government)  Reduction of city taxesFinancing  DESENBAHIA (State financing agency) - subsidized interest rates for working capital and for investments up to US$ 50 million;  Brazil Northeast Bank – BNB - subsidized interest rates for larger projects. State Government sets priorities for usage of federal funds
  24. 24. GOVERNMENT SERVICES Search and sale of the area for the project Negotiations of tax incentives and relationship with other government areas – Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Contacts with Desenbahia and BNB on financing Contacts with utilities suppliers (water, electricity, natural gas, IT etc.) Contacts with the Industry and Trade Associations Support through the environmental licensing process
  25. 25. BAHIA | AN OVERVIEW PRIVATE INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS | COUNTRY OF ORIGINChina Spain FranceAgribusiness, Renewable Energy Renewable Energy,Automotive, Mining ChemicalsUSA Alemanha SwitzerlandAgribusiness, Renewable Energy, Agro-industry,Renewable Energy, Automotive Renewable EnergyChemicals,Automotive, CosmeticsItaly Mexico AustraliaMetal-mechanic, Agribusiness, MiningRenewable Energy, ChemicalsChemicals,Automotive, Furniture,LeatherPortugal Netherlands BelgiumTextiles, Chemicals, Agribusiness, Renewable Energy,Construction Chemicals Chemicals
  26. 26. BAHIA | AN OVERVIEWPRIVATE INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS | COMPANIES
  27. 27. Japan Investments in Brazil
  28. 28. Japan maiores investimentos no Brasil Ten Japão Investments in Brazil – Top
  29. 29. NEW PROJECTSIn Analysis: – Metro System • Investment expected: US$ 1,6 billion; • .Government payment expected per year 40 million • Government payment expected per year: US$ 35 million for 30 years • the concession contract includes:construction of 28 km of subway line; purchase of vehicles and maintenance and operation of the system
  30. 30. MAPPING AND METRO STATIONS LA UR OD EF Ae RE rop ITA ort S São o PIRAJÁ Cri stó vão PIT JUÁ UA ÇU FLA TA MU MB MB PA SSU TR RETIRO OY OR Z RU A AN UG NG AE NSB CA T Y A RO OR B PO DO RT Estádio Pituaçu O NO RA LVO PÓ ACESSO NORTE IM DE RO PE BU A TR DO RN ÍLAP AN VI Á AM BU AS CÔ RI A BR OT BO NO ÉS Line 1, part 1 is finished Arena Fonte Nova Line 1, part 1 line 1, part 2 line 2 Suburban Train
  31. 31. NEW PROJECTS- Prison system with focus on rehabilitation of the prisoner;-PFI of Couto Maia Hospital - a new contagious infectious disease hospital with 165 beds- A diagnostic center Range of activities:– Building facilities & buying/leasing equipment– Maintaining facilities and equipment– Delivering diagnostic services– Dialysis, radiotherapy, and physical rehabilitation centers
  32. 32. Bahia is a new growth engine Source: International Trade Statistics-2011
  33. 33. Jose Sergio Gabrielli de Azevedo Governo do Estado da Bahia Thank you www.seplan.ba.gov.br

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