Why Chile?GTCapital             02/10/2012
Chile is known for its political and economicstability… Country’s characteristics: • Proper functioning of the institution...
…and has shown steady growth and has verygood prospectsIn U.S. dollars, the country’s GDP has grown 9,4% yearly since 2007...
In the last years, inflation has been kept stableand controlled            Consumer price index (%)             10%       ...
Chilean peso has gained strenght against theU.S. dollar             Currency rate (Chilean peso per american dollar)      ...
The IPSA index (stock market) has risen morethan 400% since 2003           IPSA index           5,000                     ...
Mining is the countrys most important activitycontributing almost 20% of GDP                GDP per activity              ...
Investments for more than USD 100 billion areestimated for the next 8 years in Chile                   Chile´s total minin...
Why Chile?GTCapital             02/10/2012
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  1. 1. Why Chile?GTCapital 02/10/2012
  2. 2. Chile is known for its political and economicstability… Country’s characteristics: • Proper functioning of the institutions of the country • Very high international integration: • Chile has 22 commercial trade agreements, including more than 59 countries • Highly dependent on the production and export of commodities such as copper, molybdenum, wood pulp, others • World largest cooper producer • Member of the OECD since 2009 • Latin America´s most stable economy • Lowest country risk of the region General information (year 2011): • GDP: US$ 248,6 billion • Population: 17.248.450 • GDP per capita: US$ 14.413 • Inflation rate: 3,4% • Unemployment rate: 6,6% Nota: IPC es el índice de precios al consumidor y su variación refleja el cambio en el nivel de precios de la economía (inflación o deflación). Datos a precios constantes del 2003 2 Fuente: Banco Central de Chile
  3. 3. …and has shown steady growth and has verygood prospectsIn U.S. dollars, the country’s GDP has grown 9,4% yearly since 2007 Anual GDP (US$ billion) CAGR 300 9,4% 248.6 217.0 200 182.8 173.3 174.1 100 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 GDP per capita 8,3% 10,440 10,907 10,286 12,697 14,413 (US$) GDP per capita 14,742 15,373 15,189 16,112 17,222 PPP (US$, FMI) 3 Source: Chile Central Bank
  4. 4. In the last years, inflation has been kept stableand controlled Consumer price index (%) 10% 8.7 8 6 4.4 4 3.4 Target rate 2.5 of the Central Bank 2 1.4 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 4 Note: IPC is the consumer price index. Reflects the change in prices (inflation or deflation) Source: Chile Central Bank
  5. 5. Chilean peso has gained strenght against theU.S. dollar Currency rate (Chilean peso per american dollar) 600 550 500 450 400 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Real exchange rate 94 9,623% 9,574% 9,128% 9,217% (index 1986=100) 5 Note: IPC is the consumer price index. Reflects the change in prices (inflation or deflation) Source: Chile Central Bank
  6. 6. The IPSA index (stock market) has risen morethan 400% since 2003 IPSA index 5,000 IPSA CAGR 4,000 03-11 22.06% 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 ene-03 ene-04 ene-05 ene-06 ene-07 ene-08 ene-09 ene-10 ene-11 Strong growth in the value of local companies reflect the good moment the countrys economy goes through 6 Source: Chile Central Bank
  7. 7. Mining is the countrys most important activitycontributing almost 20% of GDP GDP per activity 100% Energy, gas and water Transport Finantial services 80 Public administration Home services Construction 60 Commerce Personal services 40 Industry Business 20 services Mining 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 7 Source: Chile Central Bank
  8. 8. Investments for more than USD 100 billion areestimated for the next 8 years in Chile Chile´s total mining investment 2012 - 2020 (USD MM) 100,000 100,000 100,000 100% Medium - Small mining 80 60 Private Total mining investment Large mining 2012 - 2020 (24 proyects) 40 20 Codelco 0 Total mining investment Total mining investment Total mining investment 2012 - 2020 2012 - 2020 2012 - 2020 Suppliers of goods and services must be prepared to face this challenge considering that investment in mining in the past 9 years were USD 40 billion. Mining investment to Latin America for the same period will be approx. USD 300 billion 8 Source: Chile Central Bank
  9. 9. Why Chile?GTCapital 02/10/2012

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