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2013 10-09 - fki @ cni

  1. 1. Brazil-­‐Korea:  doing   business  and  innova4ng   Roberto  dos  Reis  Alvarez,  Ph.D.   Interna4onal  Affairs  Manager   Brazilian  Agency  for  Industrial  Development     CNI,  São  Paulo   2013,  October  9  
  2. 2. 1.  Brazil   2.  Market  opportuni4es   3.  Future  investments   4.  Brazil’s  industrial  development  strategy   5.  Innova4on  as  a  key  driver   6.  Brazil  &  Korea   7.  Final  comments  
  3. 3. [1]   Brazil  in  the  global  stage  
  4. 4. § Borders  with  10  countries     •  50%  of  South  America’s  surface    More  than  8  million  sq.  Km     § 50%  of  the  South  American  Popula4on    201  million  inhabitants     § 55%  of  South  American  GDP    US$  2.2  billion    6th  world’s  largest  economy     Facts  and  figures  
  5. 5. JViccor  -­‐  hcp://www.jviccor.com.br/  
  6. 6. 11,821,873 8,336,658
  7. 7. Source:  Exame,  McKinsey  &  Fecomercio.   São  Paulo  is   the  primary   des4na4on   for  FDI  in   La4n   America.  
  8. 8. 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index 2 Table 1: Global CEO Survey: 2013 Country manufacturing competitiveness index rankings Executives believe China leads overall and emerging markets will become more competitive in the near future Current competitiveness Competitiveness in five years Rank Country Index score Rank Country Index score 10 = High 1 = Low 10 = High 1 = Low 1 China 10.00 1 China 10.00 2 Germany 7.98 2 India 8.49 3 United States of America 7.84 3 Brazil 7.89 4 India 7.65 4 Germany 7.82 5 South Korea 7.59 5 United States of America 7.69 6 Taiwan 7.57 6 South Korea 7.63 7 Canada 7.24 7 Taiwan 7.18 8 Brazil 7.13 8 Canada 6.99 9 Singapore 6.64 9 Singapore 6.64 10 Japan 6.60 10 Vietnam 6.50 11 Thailand 6.21 11 Indonesia 6.49 12 Mexico 6.17 12 Japan 6.46 13 Malaysia 5.94 13 Mexico 6.38 14 Poland 5.87 14 Malaysia 6.31 15 United Kingdom 5.81 15 Thailand 6.24 16 Australia 5.75 16 Turkey 5.99 17 Indonesia 5.75 17 Australia 5.73 18 Vietnam 5.73 18 Poland 5.69 19 Czech Republic 5.71 19 United Kingdom 5.59 20 Turkey 5.61 20 Switzerland 5.42 21 Sweden 5.50 21 Sweden 5.39 22 Switzerland 5.28 22 Czech Republic 5.23 23 Netherlands 5.27 23 Russia 5.04 24 South Africa 4.92 24 Netherlands 4.83 25 France 4.64 25 South Africa 4.77 26 Argentina 4.52 26 Argentina 4.58 27 Belgium 4.50 27 France 4.02 28 Russia 4.35 28 Colombia 4.01 29 Romania 4.09 29 Romania 3.98 30 United Arab Emirates 3.93 30 Belgium 3.63 31 Colombia 3.85 31 Spain 3.58 32 Italy 3.75 32 United Arab Emirates 3.58 33 Spain 3.66 33 Saudi Arabia 3.46 34 Saudi Arabia 3.57 34 Italy 3.45 35 Portugal 3.39 35 Egypt 3.45 36 Egypt 3.24 36 Ireland 3.03 37 Ireland 3.23 37 Portugal 2.87 38 Greece 1.00 38 Greece 1.00 Source: Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and U.S. Council on Competitiveness, 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index 8th   3rd  
  9. 9. Brazil  is  a  leading  FDI   des4na4on  in  the  globe.  
  10. 10. [2]   Market  opportuni4es  
  11. 11. 2012 55%
  12. 12. 3rd
  13. 13. 2nd
  14. 14. 3rd
  15. 15. 4th
  16. 16. Source:  Exame,  McKinsey  &  Fecomercio.  
  17. 17. [3]   Where  will  the  money  go  next?  
  18. 18. SUS  –  Unified  Health  System   §  70%  of  the  Brazilian  popula4on  depend  on  SUS;   §  5,900  hospitals   §  64,000  primary  care  units   §  2,3  billions  ambulatory  appointments   §  12  millions  hospital  admissions     §  9  millions  chemo    and  radiotherapy  procedures   §  300  millions  laboratory  tests   §  1  million  CT  scans  and  160,000  MR   §  6.5  millions  echographies   §  8  millions  hemodialyses  procedures   24
  19. 19. [4]   Brazil’s  industrial   development  strategy  
  20. 20. [5]   Innova4on:  the  driver  for  a   new  development  cycle  
  21. 21. How  is  Brazil  fostering   innova4on  in  manufacturing?  
  22. 22. The  number  of  enrolments  in   higher  educa4on  grew  150%  since   2001.  
  23. 23. 0   500   1000   1500   2000   2500   3000   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   The  annual  disbursement  of  the  Brazilian   Innova4on  Agency  (Finep)  has  grown   more  than  20  4mes  since  2003.  
  24. 24. R$ 32.9billions R$ 28.5billions Direct investment Credit: R$ 20.9 Grants: R$ 5.4 Equity: R$ 2.2 R$ 4.4billions Partner organizations
  25. 25. 200+
  26. 26. [6]   Brazil  &  Korea  
  27. 27. Brazil  x  Korea:   The  case  for  science  (and   educa4on)  
  28. 28. Source:  Fink,  D.  (2013);  Brazil-­‐Korea  S&T  Knowledge  Produc4on  Profiles   and  Pacerns  of  Collabora4on;  PhD  Disserta4on;  KAIST.    
  29. 29. The  Brazil-­‐Korea  S&T   collabora4on  s4ll  is   limited,  but  grows   steadily.   Clinical  research  and   physics  drive  the   exis4ng  collabora4ons.   Source:  Fink,  D.  (2013);  Brazil-­‐Korea  S&T  Knowledge  Produc4on  Profiles   and  Pacerns  of  Collabora4on;  PhD  Disserta4on;  KAIST.    
  30. 30. Fall  2013:  325  SWB  students  in  Korea  (23  in  2012)  
  31. 31. Brazil  x  Korea:   The  case  for  industry  and   innova4on  (one  example)  
  32. 32. Tecnologia em semicondutores §  3rd  largest  global  mkt  for  PCs   §  14%  of  growth  in  2011   §  CAGR  2008-­‐12:  4%   §  15,5  PCs  sold  in  2011   §  A  Brazil-­‐Korea  joint  venture   §  Hana  Micron  +  Parit  Group   §  DRAM  DDR3,  SIP,  smart  chips   §  Based  at  Tecnosinos   §  US$  180  mi  investment   §  800  employees   §  Base  camp  opera4on:  2011   §  Main  plant  startup:  2013  
  33. 33. Tecnologia em semicondutores
  34. 34. Tecnologia em semicondutores
  35. 35. Tecnologia em semicondutores
  36. 36. Tecnologia em semicondutores
  37. 37. [7]   Final  comments  
  38. 38. Thank  you!   Roberto  dos  Reis  Alvarez     ralvarez@abdi.com.br   @robertoalvarez  

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