Rohkeasti KasvumarkkinoilleFinpro KasvumarkkinaohjelmatAfrikka & IntiaHelsinki 23.10.2012Seppo KeränenIMEA Region (India, ...
Finpron vientikeskukset (7)• Intia: New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai• Afrikka: Etelä-Afrikka, Kenia, Nigeria, Egypti.           ...
Africa         3
Colonial Africa - languages/4                / © Finpro ry
Africa – Regional Integrations/5                 / © Finpro ry
African countries are among the             fastest-growing economies             •   Six of the 10 fastest-growing       ...
African countries are among the             fastest-growing economies             • Collective GDP is estimated           ...
The Growth of Indian Economy in Numbers             • The GDP is estimated to               reach $ 5.6 trillion in 2020  ...
Kenya - East Africa’s Business HubTransport Hub                          Political HubE.g. Jomo Kenyatta International    ...
Nigeria – West Africa’s business hub• 10th world largest reserves of oil and gas• 1st among the N-11 leading ‘global growt...
Africa – drivers of the development             • Drivers of the boom                – Population growth and urbanisation ...
Team Finland in Africa• 4 Finpro Trade Centers• 12 Finnish Embassies• 14 consulates (Honorary)• 5 long-term ODA partners(O...
New Gateways to Africa                                                  Suomi – Kiina - Afrikka                           ...
Thank you !              Seppo.keranen@finpro.fi              http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id              =885806...
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Rohkeasti kasvumarkkinoille Afrikka ja Intia

  1. 1. Rohkeasti KasvumarkkinoilleFinpro KasvumarkkinaohjelmatAfrikka & IntiaHelsinki 23.10.2012Seppo KeränenIMEA Region (India, Middle-East, Africa)
  2. 2. Finpron vientikeskukset (7)• Intia: New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai• Afrikka: Etelä-Afrikka, Kenia, Nigeria, Egypti. Intia Kiihtyvä kaupungistuminen tarjoaa Afrikka mahdollisuuksia Kuusi kymmenestä Yksi suurista nopeimmin kasvavista kasvavasta talouksista taloudesta Afrikassa
  3. 3. Africa 3
  4. 4. Colonial Africa - languages/4 / © Finpro ry
  5. 5. Africa – Regional Integrations/5 / © Finpro ry
  6. 6. African countries are among the fastest-growing economies • Six of the 10 fastest-growing economies in the world are in Africa • Now the home of the world’s fastest-growing economies and has more rapidly developing economies than any other continent • Africa has now begun the long- awaited period of catch-up with the developed world • Today, Africa has richer export markets to pick from not just in North America and Europe, but also across an increasing number of Asian countries (New Africa Analysis 07/2011)23/10/2012 © Finpro 6
  7. 7. African countries are among the fastest-growing economies • Collective GDP is estimated to reach $ 2.6 trillion in 2020 (now 1.6) • The consumer spending is estimated to reach $ 1.4 trillion in 2020 (now 860 billion) • 50 % of the Africans are living in cities by 203023/10/2012 © Finpro 7
  8. 8. The Growth of Indian Economy in Numbers • The GDP is estimated to reach $ 5.6 trillion in 2020 • Consumer spending is estimated to reach $ 3.6 trillion in 2020 • 590 million Indians will be living in cities by 2030 • The number of Internet users will reach nearly 700 million by 202023/10/2012 © Finpro 8
  9. 9. Kenya - East Africa’s Business HubTransport Hub Political HubE.g. Jomo Kenyatta International UN and Other InternationalAirport & Main East African Ports in Organisations HeadquartersLamu & MombasaCommercial Hub Regional HubICT, Agriculture and Retail Sectors Member of EAC and COMESA
  10. 10. Nigeria – West Africa’s business hub• 10th world largest reserves of oil and gas• 1st among the N-11 leading ‘global growth generators’ over the next 40 years – Prospects of growing its global GDP share to 2.5% in 2050, overtaking Italy, France, and UK• One of the largest ever energy sector privatisation process has commenced (targeted power production from around 5,000MW now to 40,000MW• Sweden’s direct exports to Nigeria are almost 30 fold compared to Finland © Finpro 10
  11. 11. Africa – drivers of the development • Drivers of the boom – Population growth and urbanisation – Mining and oil boom – Tourism sector growth – BRICS presence, especially China & India • Political and regulatory issues – Economic and financial services including credit availability and accessibility – Legal framework and fiscal policies – Sustainable development policies (environment, society and economy)23/10/2012 © Finpro – East Africa 11
  12. 12. Team Finland in Africa• 4 Finpro Trade Centers• 12 Finnish Embassies• 14 consulates (Honorary)• 5 long-term ODA partners(Official Development Assistancelong-term partner countries: Ethiopia,Kenya, Mozambique, Zambia, Tanzania)/ 12 / © Finpro ry
  13. 13. New Gateways to Africa Suomi – Kiina - Afrikka Suomi – Intia – Lähi-itä -Afrikka Suomi - Brasilia - Angola - Mosambik © Finpro 13
  14. 14. Thank you ! Seppo.keranen@finpro.fi http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id =88580602&trk=tab_pro www.finpro.fi www.facebook.com/FinproRy www.twitter.com/FinproRy www.slideshare.net/FinproRy23/10/2012 © Finpro 14

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