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POR QUÊ
AS STARTUPS BRASILEIRAS
NÃO INTERNACIONALIZAM?
CONTEXTO HISTÓRICO
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Fonte: FMI, 2015
POR QUÊ
AS STARTUPS BRASILEIRAS
NÃO INTERNACIONALIZAM?
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• Um dos maiores mercados
consumidores do mundo

• É mais fácil começar no
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Switzerland 5.81 1
Singapore 5.72 2
United States 5.70 3
Netherlands 5.57 5
Germany 5.57 4
Sweden 5.53 9
United Kingdom 5.49 10
Japan 5.48 6
Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7
Finland 5.44 8
Norway 5.44 11
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Bahrain
Latvia
Bulgaria
Mexico
Rwanda
Kazakhs
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Turkey
Slovenia
Philippi
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Switzerland 5.81 1
Singapore 5.72 2
United States 5.70 3
Netherlands 5.57 5
Germany 5.57 4
Sweden 5.53 9
United Kingdom 5.49 10
Japan 5.48 6
Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7
Finland 5.44 8
Norway 5.44 11
Denmark 5.35 12
New Zealand 5.31 16
Taiwan, China 5.28 15
Canada 5.27 13
United Arab Emirates 5.26 17
Belgium 5.25 19
Qatar 5.23 14
Austria 5.22 23
Luxembourg 5.20 20
France 5.20 22
Australia 5.19 21
Ireland 5.18 24
Israel 5.18 27
Malaysia 5.16 18
Korea, Rep. 5.03 26
Iceland 4.96 29
China 4.95 28
Saudi Arabia 4.84 25
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South Africa 4.47 49
Bahrain 4.47 39
Latvia 4.45 44
Bulgaria 4.44 54
Mexico 4.41 57
Rwanda 4.41 58
Kazakhstan 4.41 42
Costa Rica 4.41 52
Turkey 4.39 51
Slovenia 4.39 59
Philippines 4.36 47
Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a
Georgia 4.32 66
Vietnam 4.31 56
Colombia 4.30 61
Romania 4.30 53
Jordan 4.29 64
Botswana 4.29 71
Slovak Republic 4.28 67
Oman 4.28 62
Peru 4.23 69
Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60
Hungary 4.20 63
Morocco 4.20 72
Sri Lanka 4.19 68
Barbados 4.19 n/a
Uruguay 4.17 73
Croatia 4.15 77
Jamaica 4.13 86
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47
Economy Score1
Prev.2
Trend3
Lao PDR 3.93 83
Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89
Tunisia 3.92 92
Kenya 3.90 99
Bhutan 3.87 105
Nepal 3.87 100
Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91
Moldova 3.86 84
Lebanon 3.84 101
Mongolia 3.84 104
Nicaragua 3.81 108
Argentina 3.81 106
El Salvador 3.81 95
Bangladesh 3.80 107
Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111
Gabon 3.79 103
Ethiopia 3.77 109
Cape Verde 3.76 112
Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102
Senegal 3.74 110
Uganda 3.69 115
Ghana 3.68 119
Egypt 3.67 116
Tanzania 3.67 120
Paraguay 3.65 118
Zambia 3.60 96
Cameroon 3.58 114
Lesotho 3.57 113
Bolivia 3.54 117
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The Global Competitiveness Index 2016–2017 Rankings
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Economy Score1
Prev.2
Trend3
Switzerland 5.81 1
Singapore 5.72 2
United States 5.70 3
Netherlands 5.57 5
Germany 5.57 4
Sweden 5.53 9
United Kingdom 5.49 10
Japan 5.48 6
Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7
Finland 5.44 8
Norway 5.44 11
Denmark 5.35 12
New Zealand 5.31 16
Taiwan, China 5.28 15
Canada 5.27 13
United Arab Emirates 5.26 17
Belgium 5.25 19
Qatar 5.23 14
Austria 5.22 23
Luxembourg 5.20 20
France 5.20 22
Australia 5.19 21
Ireland 5.18 24
Israel 5.18 27
Malaysia 5.16 18
Korea, Rep. 5.03 26
Iceland 4.96 29
China 4.95 28
Saudi Arabia 4.84 25
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Economy Score1
Prev.2
Trend3
South Africa 4.47 49
Bahrain 4.47 39
Latvia 4.45 44
Bulgaria 4.44 54
Mexico 4.41 57
Rwanda 4.41 58
Kazakhstan 4.41 42
Costa Rica 4.41 52
Turkey 4.39 51
Slovenia 4.39 59
Philippines 4.36 47
Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a
Georgia 4.32 66
Vietnam 4.31 56
Colombia 4.30 61
Romania 4.30 53
Jordan 4.29 64
Botswana 4.29 71
Slovak Republic 4.28 67
Oman 4.28 62
Peru 4.23 69
Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60
Hungary 4.20 63
Morocco 4.20 72
Sri Lanka 4.19 68
Barbados 4.19 n/a
Uruguay 4.17 73
Croatia 4.15 77
Jamaica 4.13 86
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49
47
Economy Score1
Prev.2
Trend3
Lao PDR 3.93 83
Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89
Tunisia 3.92 92
Kenya 3.90 99
Bhutan 3.87 105
Nepal 3.87 100
Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91
Moldova 3.86 84
Lebanon 3.84 101
Mongolia 3.84 104
Nicaragua 3.81 108
Argentina 3.81 106
El Salvador 3.81 95
Bangladesh 3.80 107
Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111
Gabon 3.79 103
Ethiopia 3.77 109
Cape Verde 3.76 112
Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102
Senegal 3.74 110
Uganda 3.69 115
Ghana 3.68 119
Egypt 3.67 116
Tanzania 3.67 120
Paraguay 3.65 118
Zambia 3.60 96
Cameroon 3.58 114
Lesotho 3.57 113
Bolivia 3.54 117
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The Global Competitiveness Index 2016–2017 Rankings
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Economy Score1
Prev.2
Trend3
Switzerland 5.81 1
Singapore 5.72 2
United States 5.70 3
Netherlands 5.57 5
Germany 5.57 4
Sweden 5.53 9
United Kingdom 5.49 10
Japan 5.48 6
Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7
Finland 5.44 8
Norway 5.44 11
Denmark 5.35 12
New Zealand 5.31 16
Taiwan, China 5.28 15
Canada 5.27 13
United Arab Emirates 5.26 17
Belgium 5.25 19
Qatar 5.23 14
Austria 5.22 23
Luxembourg 5.20 20
France 5.20 22
Australia 5.19 21
Ireland 5.18 24
Israel 5.18 27
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Prev.2
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South Africa 4.47 49
Bahrain 4.47 39
Latvia 4.45 44
Bulgaria 4.44 54
Mexico 4.41 57
Rwanda 4.41 58
Kazakhstan 4.41 42
Costa Rica 4.41 52
Turkey 4.39 51
Slovenia 4.39 59
Philippines 4.36 47
Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a
Georgia 4.32 66
Vietnam 4.31 56
Colombia 4.30 61
Romania 4.30 53
Jordan 4.29 64
Botswana 4.29 71
Slovak Republic 4.28 67
Oman 4.28 62
Peru 4.23 69
Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60
Hungary 4.20 63
Morocco 4.20 72
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Economy Score1
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Lao PDR 3.93 83
Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89
Tunisia 3.92 92
Kenya 3.90 99
Bhutan 3.87 105
Nepal 3.87 100
Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91
Moldova 3.86 84
Lebanon 3.84 101
Mongolia 3.84 104
Nicaragua 3.81 108
Argentina 3.81 106
El Salvador 3.81 95
Bangladesh 3.80 107
Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111
Gabon 3.79 103
Ethiopia 3.77 109
Cape Verde 3.76 112
Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102
Senegal 3.74 110
Uganda 3.69 115
Ghana 3.68 119
Egypt 3.67 116
Tanzania 3.67 120
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42
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27
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Qatar 5.23 14
Austria 5.22 23
Luxembourg 5.20 20
France 5.20 22
Australia 5.19 21
Ireland 5.18 24
Israel 5.18 27
Malaysia 5.16 18
Korea, Rep. 5.03 26
Iceland 4.96 29
China 4.95 28
Saudi Arabia 4.84 25
Estonia 4.78 30
Czech Republic 4.72 31
Spain 4.68 33
Chile 4.64 35
Thailand 4.64 32
Lithuania 4.60 36
Poland 4.56 41
Azerbaijan 4.55 40
Kuwait 4.53 34
India 4.52 55
Malta 4.52 48
Indonesia 4.52 37
Panama 4.51 50
Russian Federation 4.51 45
Italy 4.50 43
Mauritius 4.49 46
Portugal 4.48 38
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Botswana 4.29 71
Slovak Republic 4.28 67
Oman 4.28 62
Peru 4.23 69
Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60
Hungary 4.20 63
Morocco 4.20 72
Sri Lanka 4.19 68
Barbados 4.19 n/a
Uruguay 4.17 73
Croatia 4.15 77
Jamaica 4.13 86
Iran, Islamic Rep. 4.12 74
Tajikistan 4.12 80
Guatemala 4.08 78
Armenia 4.07 82
Albania 4.06 93
Brazil 4.06 75
Montenegro 4.05 70
Cyprus 4.04 65
Namibia 4.02 85
Ukraine 4.00 79
Greece 4.00 81
Algeria 3.98 87
Honduras 3.98 88
Cambodia 3.98 90
Serbia 3.97 94
Ecuador 3.96 76
Dominican Republic 3.94 98
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Switzerland 5.81 1
Singapore 5.72 2
United States 5.70 3
Netherlands 5.57 5
Germany 5.57 4
Sweden 5.53 9
United Kingdom 5.49 10
Japan 5.48 6
Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7
Finland 5.44 8
Norway 5.44 11
Denmark 5.35 12
New Zealand 5.31 16
Taiwan, China 5.28 15
Canada 5.27 13
United Arab Emirates 5.26 17
Belgium 5.25 19
Qatar 5.23 14
Austria 5.22 23
Luxembourg 5.20 20
France 5.20 22
Australia 5.19 21
Ireland 5.18 24
Israel 5.18 27
Malaysia 5.16 18
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South Africa 4.47 49
Bahrain 4.47 39
Latvia 4.45 44
Bulgaria 4.44 54
Mexico 4.41 57
Rwanda 4.41 58
Kazakhstan 4.41 42
Costa Rica 4.41 52
Turkey 4.39 51
Slovenia 4.39 59
Philippines 4.36 47
Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a
Georgia 4.32 66
Vietnam 4.31 56
Colombia 4.30 61
Romania 4.30 53
Jordan 4.29 64
Botswana 4.29 71
Slovak Republic 4.28 67
Oman 4.28 62
Peru 4.23 69
Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60
Hungary 4.20 63
Morocco 4.20 72
Sri Lanka 4.19 68
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The Global Competitiveness Index 2016–2017 Rankings
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Economy Score1
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Switzerland 5.81 1
Singapore 5.72 2
United States 5.70 3
Netherlands 5.57 5
Germany 5.57 4
Sweden 5.53 9
United Kingdom 5.49 10
Japan 5.48 6
Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7
Finland 5.44 8
Norway 5.44 11
Denmark 5.35 12
New Zealand 5.31 16
Taiwan, China 5.28 15
Canada 5.27 13
United Arab Emirates 5.26 17
Belgium 5.25 19
Qatar 5.23 14
Austria 5.22 23
Luxembourg 5.20 20
France 5.20 22
Australia 5.19 21
Ireland 5.18 24
Israel 5.18 27
Malaysia 5.16 18
Korea, Rep. 5.03 26
Iceland 4.96 29
China 4.95 28
Saudi Arabia 4.84 25
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South Africa 4.47 49
Bahrain 4.47 39
Latvia 4.45 44
Bulgaria 4.44 54
Mexico 4.41 57
Rwanda 4.41 58
Kazakhstan 4.41 42
Costa Rica 4.41 52
Turkey 4.39 51
Slovenia 4.39 59
Philippines 4.36 47
Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a
Georgia 4.32 66
Vietnam 4.31 56
Colombia 4.30 61
Romania 4.30 53
Jordan 4.29 64
Botswana 4.29 71
Slovak Republic 4.28 67
Oman 4.28 62
Peru 4.23 69
Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60
Hungary 4.20 63
Morocco 4.20 72
Sri Lanka 4.19 68
Barbados 4.19 n/a
Uruguay 4.17 73
Croatia 4.15 77
Jamaica 4.13 86
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Lao PDR 3.93 83
Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89
Tunisia 3.92 92
Kenya 3.90 99
Bhutan 3.87 105
Nepal 3.87 100
Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91
Moldova 3.86 84
Lebanon 3.84 101
Mongolia 3.84 104
Nicaragua 3.81 108
Argentina 3.81 106
El Salvador 3.81 95
Bangladesh 3.80 107
Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111
Gabon 3.79 103
Ethiopia 3.77 109
Cape Verde 3.76 112
Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102
Senegal 3.74 110
Uganda 3.69 115
Ghana 3.68 119
Egypt 3.67 116
Tanzania 3.67 120
Paraguay 3.65 118
Zambia 3.60 96
Cameroon 3.58 114
Lesotho 3.57 113
Bolivia 3.54 117
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b Emirates 5.26 17
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rg 5.20 20
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5.18 27
5.16 18
p. 5.03 26
4.96 29
4.95 28
bia 4.84 25
4.78 30
ublic 4.72 31
4.68 33
4.64 35
4.64 32
4.60 36
4.56 41
4.55 40
4.53 34
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Colombia 4.30 61
Romania 4.30 53
Jordan 4.29 64
Botswana 4.29 71
Slovak Republic 4.28 67
Oman 4.28 62
Peru 4.23 69
Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60
Hungary 4.20 63
Morocco 4.20 72
Sri Lanka 4.19 68
Barbados 4.19 n/a
Uruguay 4.17 73
Croatia 4.15 77
Jamaica 4.13 86
Iran, Islamic Rep. 4.12 74
Tajikistan 4.12 80
Guatemala 4.08 78
Armenia 4.07 82
Albania 4.06 93
Brazil 4.06 75
Montenegro 4.05 70
Cyprus 4.04 65
Namibia 4.02 8584
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Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111
Gabon 3.79 103
Ethiopia 3.77 109
Cape Verde 3.76 112
Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102
Senegal 3.74 110
Uganda 3.69 115
Ghana 3.68 119
Egypt 3.67 116
Tanzania 3.67 120
Paraguay 3.65 118
Zambia 3.60 96
Cameroon 3.58 114
Lesotho 3.57 113
Bolivia 3.54 117
Pakistan 3.49 126
Gambia, The 3.47 123
Benin 3.47 122
Mali 3.46 127
Zimbabwe 3.41 125
Nigeria 3.39 124
Madagascar 3.33 130
Congo, Democratic Rep. 3.29 n/a
Venezuela 3.27 132
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Edition 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Rank 48 / 144 56 / 148 57 / 144 75 / 140 81 / 138
Score 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.1
Performance overview
In the context of negative terms of trade shocks and political turmoil, Brazil
falls six positions to 81st. This is driven mainly by deteriorating goods, labor,
agenda in the largest economy in Latin America and the Caribbean. Brazil is
currently going through a deep recession. The country's growth rate has
Rank / 138 Score (1-7) Trend Distance from best
Global Competitiveness Index 81 4.1
Subindex A: Basic requirements 103 4.0
120 3.21st pillar: Institutions
72 4.02nd pillar: Infrastructure
126 3.53rd pillar: Macroeconomic environment
99 5.34th pillar: Health and primary education
Subindex B: Ef ciency enhancers 61 4.2
84 4.15th pillar: Higher education and training
128 3.76th pillar: Goods market ef ciency
117 3.77th pillar: Labor market ef ciency
93 3.68th pillar: Financial market development
59 4.49th pillar: Technological readiness
8 5.710th pillar: Market size
Subindex C: Innovation and sophistication factors 72 3.6
63 4.011th pillar: Business sophistication
100 3.112th pillar: Innovation
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1st pillar:
Institutions
2nd pillar:
Infrastructure
3rd pillar:
Macroeconomic
environment
4th pillar:
Health and primary
education
5th pillar:
Higher education
and training
6th pillar:
Goods market
ef ciency7th pillar:
Labor market
ef ciency
8th pillar:
Financial market
development
9th pillar:
Technological
readiness
10th pillar:
Market size
11th pillar:
Business
sophistication
12th pillar:
Innovation
Brazil Latin America and the Caribbean
Global Competitiveness Index
2016-2017 edition
Key Indicators, 2015
Population (millions)
GDP (US$ billions)
GDP per capita (US$)
GDP (PPP) % world GDP
Brazil 81 / 138
st
Source: International Monetary Fund; World Economic Outlook Database (April 2016)
204.5
1772.6
8670.0
2.81
17
Most problematic factors for doing business
Note: From the list of factors, respondents to the World Economic Forum's Executive Opinion Survey were asked to select the ve most problematic f
and to rank them between 1 (most problematic) and 5. The score corresponds to the responses weighted according to their rankings.
drop last year probably re ects the ght against corruption and for judicial
independence. The political uncertainty and the government s sinking
nances are still impediments to consolidating a pro-growth competitiveness
agenda in the largest economy in Latin America and the Caribbean. Brazil is
large current account and government d
requires improving productivity, starting
and addressing the market distortions a
Source: World Economic Forum, Executive Opinion Surve
15.9
13.6
12.5
11.9
9.2
8.7
7.8
4.8
3.4
3.4
2.8
2.5
1.7
0.9
0.8
0.2
Tax rates
Corruption
Tax regulations
Inef cient government bureaucracy
Policy instability
Restrictive labor regulations
Inadequate supply of infrastructure
Inadequately educated workforce
Access to nancing
Government instability
Insuf cient capacity to innovate
In ation
Poor public health
Poor work ethic in national labor force
Crime and theft
Foreign currency regulations
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1. Hong Kong SAR (China) (0)
2. Singapore (0)
3. Luxembourg (0)
4. Ireland (0)
5. Belgium (+1)
6. Netherlands (-1)
7. Malta (0)
8. Malaysia (+2)
9. Bahrain (+9)
10. Estonia (-2)
11. United Arab Emirates (0)
12. Switzerland (-3)
12. Hungary (+3)
14. Austria (-1)
15. Panama (-3)
16. Sweden (-2)
17. Denmark (+2)
18. Lebanon (+3)
19. Czech Republic (+12)
20. Slovenia (0)
21. Iceland (+3)
22. Lithuania (+5)
23. Guyana (+2)
24. Mauritius (-1)
25. Taiwan (China) (-9)
26. Latvia (+11)
27. Slovak Republic (+1)
28. Bahamas, The (+5)
29. Trinidad and Tobago (-3)
30. Mongolia (-8)
31. Barbados (-1)
32. Bulgaria (0)
33. Cyprus (-16)
34. Norway (-5)
35. Thailand (-1)
36. Finland (+2)
71. Italy (+1)
72. Tunisia (-1)
73. Costa Rica (+1)
74. Togo (-4)
75. Bosnia & Herzegovina (+2)
76. Kyrgyz Republic (+3)
77. Côte d'Ivoire (+8)
78. Morocco (+2)
79. Zambia (-1)
80. Botswana (-4)
81. Australia (-6)
82. Romania (-1)
83. South Africa (-1)
84. Armenia (0)
85. Mexico (+4)
86. Azerbaijan (+2)
87. Gabon (-1)
88. Greece (+3)
89. Guinea (-2)
90. Ghana (-7)
91. United States (-1)
92. El Salvador (+4)
93. Niger (+5)
94. Angola (+1)
95. Russian Federation (-1)
96. Mozambique (+3)
97. Senegal (+5)
98. Nigeria (-5)
99. Chad (-7)
100. Dominican Republic (0)
101. Paraguay (-4)
102. Peru (-1)
103. Bolivia (+2)
104. Malawi (+9)
105. Uruguay (+1)
Figure 6.1
The Depth Index of Globalization 2013, Overall Results (Parentheticals Reflect Rank Changes versus Prior Year)
1. Hong Kong SAR (China) (0)
2. Singapore (0)
3. Luxembourg (0)
4. Ireland (0)
5. Belgium (+1)
6. Netherlands (-1)
7. Malta (0)
8. Malaysia (+2)
9. Bahrain (+9)
10. Estonia (-2)
11. United Arab Emirates (0)
12. Switzerland (-3)
12. Hungary (+3)
14. Austria (-1)
15. Panama (-3)
16. Sweden (-2)
17. Denmark (+2)
18. Lebanon (+3)
19. Czech Republic (+12)
20. Slovenia (0)
21. Iceland (+3)
22. Lithuania (+5)
23. Guyana (+2)
24. Mauritius (-1)
25. Taiwan (China) (-9)
Figure 6.1
The Depth Index of Globalization 2013, Overall
0 10 20 30 40 50
33. Cyprus (-16)
34. Norway (-5)
35. Thailand (-1)
36. Finland (+2)
37. Cambodia (+3)
38. Germany (-3)
39. Oman (+7)
40. Brunei Darussalam (+3)
41. Jordan (-5)
42. Israel (-3)
43. Korea, Republic (+1)
44. Vietnam (-2)
45. Canada (0)
46. Portugal (+4)
47. Macedonia, FYR (0)
48. United Kingdom (-7)
49. Poland (-1)
50. Qatar (+3)
51. Kuwait (0)
52. Ukraine (+3)
53. Moldova (-1)
54. France (+2)
55. Georgia (+18)
56. Chile (-2)
57. Croatia (-8)
58. Serbia (+5)
59. Fiji (-2)
60. Kazakhstan (+2)
61. Nicaragua (+4)
62. New Zealand (-3)
63. Zimbabwe (-3)
64. Spain (+4)
65. Belarus (+2)
66. Albania (0)
67. Saudi Arabia (-9)
68. Jamaica (-7)
69. Namibia (-5)
70. Honduras (-1)
118
134. Ce
139
41. Jordan (-5)
42. Israel (-3)
43. Korea, Republic (+1)
44. Vietnam (-2)
45. Canada (0)
46. Portugal (+4)
47. Macedonia, FYR (0)
48. United Kingdom (-7)
49. Poland (-1)
50. Qatar (+3)
51. Kuwait (0)
52. Ukraine (+3)
53. Moldova (-1)
54. France (+2)
55. Georgia (+18)
56. Chile (-2)
57. Croatia (-8)
58. Serbia (+5)
59. Fiji (-2)
60. Kazakhstan (+2)
61. Nicaragua (+4)
62. New Zealand (-3)
63. Zimbabwe (-3)
64. Spain (+4)
65. Belarus (+2)
66. Albania (0)
67. Saudi Arabia (-9)
Tabela de Índice de Globalização - Dr. Pankaj Ghemawat and Steven A. Altman
19
71. Italy (+1)
72. Tunisia (-1)
73. Costa Rica (+1)
74. Togo (-4)
75. Bosnia & Herzegovina (+2)
76. Kyrgyz Republic (+3)
77. Côte d'Ivoire (+8)
78. Morocco (+2)
79. Zambia (-1)
80. Botswana (-4)
81. Australia (-6)
82. Romania (-1)
83. South Africa (-1)
84. Armenia (0)
85. Mexico (+4)
86. Azerbaijan (+2)
87. Gabon (-1)
88. Greece (+3)
89. Guinea (-2)
90. Ghana (-7)
91. United States (-1)
92. El Salvador (+4)
93. Niger (+5)
94. Angola (+1)
95. Russian Federation (-1)
96. Mozambique (+3)
97. Senegal (+5)
98. Nigeria (-5)
99. Chad (-7)
100. Dominican Republic (0)
101. Paraguay (-4)
102. Peru (-1)
103. Bolivia (+2)
104. Malawi (+9)
105. Uruguay (+1)
(Parentheticals Reflect Rank Changes versus Prior Year)
1. Hong Kong SAR (China) (0)
2. Singapore (0)
3. Luxembourg (0)
4. Ireland (0)
5. Belgium (+1)
6. Netherlands (-1)
7. Malta (0)
8. Malaysia (+2)
9. Bahrain (+9)
10. Estonia (-2)
11. United Arab Emirates (0)
12. Switzerland (-3)
12. Hungary (+3)
14. Austria (-1)
15. Panama (-3)
16. Sweden (-2)
17. Denmark (+2)
18. Lebanon (+3)
19. Czech Republic (+12)
20. Slovenia (0)
21. Iceland (+3)
22. Lithuania (+5)
23. Guyana (+2)
24. Mauritius (-1)
25. Taiwan (China) (-9)
Figure 6.1
The Depth Index of Globalization 2013, Overall47. Macedonia, FYR (0)
48. United Kingdom (-7)
49. Poland (-1)
50. Qatar (+3)
51. Kuwait (0)
52. Ukraine (+3)
53. Moldova (-1)
54. France (+2)
55. Georgia (+18)
56. Chile (-2)
57. Croatia (-8)
58. Serbia (+5)
59. Fiji (-2)
60. Kazakhstan (+2)
61. Nicaragua (+4)
62. New Zealand (-3)
63. Zimbabwe (-3)
31. Barbados (-1)
32. Bulgaria (0)
33. Cyprus (-16)
34. Norway (-5)
35. Thailand (-1)
36. Finland (+2)
37. Cambodia (+3)
38. Germany (-3)
39. Oman (+7)
40. Brunei Darussalam (+3)
41. Jordan (-5)
42. Israel (-3)
43. Korea, Republic (+1)
44. Vietnam (-2)
45. Canada (0)
46. Portugal (+4)
47. Macedonia, FYR (0)
48. United Kingdom (-7)
49. Poland (-1)
50. Qatar (+3)
51. Kuwait (0)
52. Ukraine (+3)
53. Moldova (-1)
54. France (+2)
55. Georgia (+18)
56. Chile (-2)
57. Croatia (-8)
58. Serbia (+5)
59. Fiji (-2)
60. Kazakhstan (+2)
61. Nicaragua (+4)
62. New Zealand (-3)
63. Zimbabwe (-3)
64. Spain (+4)
65. Belarus (+2)
66. Albania (0)
67. Saudi Arabia (-9)
68. Jamaica (-7)
69. Namibia (-5)
70. Honduras (-1)
101. Paraguay (-4)
102. Peru (-1)
103. Bolivia (+2)
104. Malawi (+9)
105. Uruguay (+1)
106. Turkey (+1)
107. Guatemala (-4)
108. Ecuador (-4)
109. Yemen, Republic (-1)
110. Kenya (-1)
111. Philippines (+5)
112. Syria (0)
113. Japan (+1)
114. Lao PDR (-4)
115. Colombia (0)
116. Madagascar (+4)
117. Mali (-6)
118. Egypt, Arab Republic (+1)
119. Benin (-1)
120. Uganda (-3)
121. Sri Lanka (0)
122. China (0)
123. India (0)
124. Cameroon (+2)
125. Burkina Faso (+3)
126. Rwanda (+1)
127. Indonesia (+2)
128. Argentina (-3)
129. Uzbekistan (-5)
130. Brazil (0)
131. Venezuela, RB (0)
132. Ethiopia (0)
133. Nepal (+1)
134. Central African Republic (+2)
135. Burundi (+2)
136. Pakistan (-3)
137. Bangladesh (-2)
138. Myanmar (+1)
139. Iran, Islamic Republic (-1)
Tabela de Índice de Globalização - Dr. Pankaj Ghemawat and Steven A. Altman
20
Ranking de abertura de empresas - Banco Mundial
21
Ranking de abertura de empresas - Banco Mundial
22
Ranking de abertura de empresas - Banco Mundial
23
24
25
26
28
29
30
POR QUÊ
FOCAMOS TANTO NO
MERCADO DOMÉSTICO?
MITOS
MITOS
Devo conquistar primeiro
Minha cidade, estado, região…
Só depois ir para países vizinhos
36
37
38
Nossa atuação
Escritórios
MITOS
Ir para o Vale do Silício é a solução
para TODAS as startups
Vale do Suplício?
42
Como as startups
acham que devem
Internacionalizar
Como elas poderiam
Internacionalizar
Por quê internacionalizar?
Porque se tornar um
micro multinacional?
OU
Vantagem competitiva a
longo prazo

Acesso as novidades e
tendências mundiais

Mais força frente à
concorrência desleal
Acesso a novas fontes
de investimento

Aceleração do
crescimento empresarial

Proteção contra crises e
governos

INTERNACIONALIZAÇÃO
=
INOVAÇÃO
Mapa dos unicornios
Regiões Invisíveis
Lisboa
56
Hight quality of life
English widely spoken
Qualified human resources|Tech talent
Safety
Timezone London
Low Cost flights | Airport 15’ city center
Atlantic port of Europe
Fast internet
Why Lisbon?
57
16 Incuba
+350 Startu
1500 jobs c
5 Fab Labs
38 Cowork
26 Business
• Porta de entrada na
Europa

• Quinto ecossistema de
inovação da EU

• Querem ser o "Atlantic
Startup Hub"

• Sede do Websummit na
Europa
58
Cidade do

Panamá
61
PANAMA HAS THE MOST CONNECTED
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN LATIN AMERICA
Top airports
in LatAm & the Caribbean
# of international flights*
PanamaCity(PTY)
110,306
SanJuan(SIU)
106,14
MexicoCity(MEX)
90,844
SaoPaulo(GRU)
71,716
Cancun(CUN)
66,350
*Source: Latin American and Caribbean Air
Transport Association (ALTA), 2014
Tocumen Airport
offers the
highest number
of direct
international
flights in Latin
America:
PTY
PANAMA HAS THE MOST CONNECTED
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN LATIN AMERICA
Top airports
in LatAm & the Caribbean
# of international flights*
PanamaCity(PTY)
110,306
SanJuan(SIU)
106,14
MexicoCity(MEX)
90,844
SaoPaulo(GRU)
71,716
Cancun(CUN)
66,350
*Source: Latin American and Caribbean Air
Transport Association (ALTA), 2014
Tocumen Airport
offers the
highest number
of direct
international
flights in Latin
America:
PTY
62
PANAMA PROVIDES A STABLE ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
“After three years of
sharp rises in the
competitiveness
rankings, Panama
consolidates its position
as the most competitive
economy in Central
America, and second in
LatinAmerica. Panama
has continued to
improve its
competitiveness edge
by reinforcing its
strengths.”*
LATIN AMERICA TOP 10
The Global Competitivenes Index 2014-2015
33
48
51
57
61
65
66
78
80
84
Chile
Panama
Costa Rica
Brazil
Mexico
Perú
Colombia
Guatemala
Uruguay
El Salvador
Global Rank
*World Economic Forum, Global
Competitivenes Report 2014-2015
Panama is one of
LatinAmerica’s
most competitive
and dynamic
economies.
Panama is
one of the
only countries
outside of the U.S.
where the U.S.
Dollar is the official
currency, reducing
currency risks
relative to other
LatinAmerican
nations.
$
63
PANAMA IS IDEAL FOR
GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS
Panama is an ideal place
for businesses that rely on
high-speed telecommunications
Panama is an important node
of the world´s broadband ring
and trunk route system
Through Panama pass the
Maya-1, Arcos-1, SAC, MAC
and the Pan American fiber
optics submarine cables,
through which passes 97%
of international voice traffic,
90% of electronic data and
100% of regional Internet
traffic.
MAYA 1
ARCOS 1
SAC 1
PAN AMERICAN
MAC
64
Real Estate Property Tax
Withholding/Retention Taxes
Stamp Tax
Insurance Premium Tax
Taxes on the storage and movement of fuel
or other hydrocarbons and derivatives
UNBEATABLE TAX BENEFITS
FOR INCENTIVIZED BUSINESS ACTIVITIES*
*exceptions and limitations apply
TAX EXEMPTIONS:
DIRECT TAXES
Income Tax
Dividend & Complementary Tax
Transfer Tax
INDIRECT TAXES
Import Tax
Sales Tax
Export & Re-export Tax
Registration Tax, including industrial and
commercial licenses
Estonia
66
Estonia
IN BRIEF
4
67
68
28th
place in the Corruption
Perceptions Index
2013 rankings −
Transparency
International
WHY DO
IN ESTONIA
Estonia holds high credit ratings
• Fitch Long Term Issuer Default Rating Dec 2013 A+
• Standard & Poor Long Term Foreign/Domestic Oct 2012 AA-
• Moody’s Long Term Foreign/Domestic April 2009 A1
32nd
place in the 2013-2014
Global Competitiveness
Index − World
Economic Forum
25th
place in the Innovation
Union rankings in 2013
(16th among EU
countries)
22nd
place in the
Doing Business
2014 report −
World Bank
Estonia is a stable
place to do business
11th
place in the world
economic freedom
rankings in 2014 compiled
by the Wall Street
Journal and Heritage
Foundation
19th
in the Societal
Progress Index 2014 -
by US-based Social
Progress Imperative
non-profit
19
69
#startupestoniastartupestonia.ee
#estonianmafia startups
Fintech:
Developer tools:
B2B:
Up-and-coming:
Dubai
71
Bangalore
73
Hong Kong
75
Most of Asia’s key
markets within four
hours’ flight time
From half the
world’s population
Hong Kong
4hrs
5hrs
More than 100 airlines operate about 1,100 flights daily,
linking the Hong Kong International Airport to 190
destinations worldwide, including 47 Mainland cities
GLOBAL SUPER
CONNECTOR
The busiest air cargo airport in the world – 4.52 million
tonnes of cargo handled in 2016
(Airport Authority Hong Kong)
76
LOW & SIMPLE
TAX SYSTEM
• VAT/GST/Sales tax
• Capital Gains Tax
• Withholding tax on
investments
• Estate duty
• Global taxation
• Wine duty
HONG KONG
SINGAPORE
SHANGHAI*
Corporate Income
Personal Income
Employer Social
Security
Employee Social
Security
VAT
* There is no standard rate across the Mainland China. Shanghai is used as an example.
Hong Kong has signed
Comprehensive Double
Taxation Agreements (CDTAs)
with 37 jurisdictions.
Negotiations with
13 jurisdictions are in progress.
25%
45%
37%
11%
17%
17%
20%
16%
20%
7%
16.5%
15%
5%
5%
0% VAT
(as of Mar 2017)
77
2016 STARTUP ECOSYSTEM
SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS
5,229
staff (including founders)
employed by startups
1,926
startups
(+24%)
from 2015
(+41%)
from 2014
Source: Startup Profiling Survey, InvestHK, 2016
62%
HK
locals
35%
From
overseas,
Mainland or
Taiwan
3%
HK returnees
(50% in 2015) (7% in 2015)
(43% in 2015)
Origins of Founders
78
United States, 20.7%
United Kingdom,
13.0%
Mainland
China, 11.3%
France, 10.3%
Australia, 4.8%
Germany, 4.7%
Canada, 3.2%
Netherlands, 3.0%
Singapore, 2.8%
India, 2.2%
Italy, 2.2%
Japan, 2.2%
Taiwan, 1.8%
Korea, 1.5% Other countries /
territories, 16.3%
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:
INTERNATIONAL FOUNDERS
79
80
Beijing
Shanghai
Dubai
Singapura
Hong Kong
Jacarta
91
92
Hon Chi Minh / Saigon
Cidade do Panamá
Contatos
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Criando micro multinacionais disruptivas

  • 1.
  • 2. POR QUÊ AS STARTUPS BRASILEIRAS NÃO INTERNACIONALIZAM?
  • 11. POR QUÊ AS STARTUPS BRASILEIRAS NÃO INTERNACIONALIZAM?
  • 12. • 9a economia
 • Um dos maiores mercados consumidores do mundo
 • É mais fácil começar no Brasil
  • 13. 13 1 10 4 7 2 11 5 8 3 6 9 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Switzerland 5.81 1 Singapore 5.72 2 United States 5.70 3 Netherlands 5.57 5 Germany 5.57 4 Sweden 5.53 9 United Kingdom 5.49 10 Japan 5.48 6 Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7 Finland 5.44 8 Norway 5.44 11 50 53 56 51 54 57 52 55 Econom South A Bahrain Latvia Bulgaria Mexico Rwanda Kazakhs Costa R Turkey Slovenia Philippi 48 49 47 The Global Competitiveness Index 2016–2017 Rankings 1 10 19 28 4 13 22 7 16 25 2 11 20 29 5 14 23 8 17 26 3 12 21 6 15 24 9 18 27 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Switzerland 5.81 1 Singapore 5.72 2 United States 5.70 3 Netherlands 5.57 5 Germany 5.57 4 Sweden 5.53 9 United Kingdom 5.49 10 Japan 5.48 6 Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7 Finland 5.44 8 Norway 5.44 11 Denmark 5.35 12 New Zealand 5.31 16 Taiwan, China 5.28 15 Canada 5.27 13 United Arab Emirates 5.26 17 Belgium 5.25 19 Qatar 5.23 14 Austria 5.22 23 Luxembourg 5.20 20 France 5.20 22 Australia 5.19 21 Ireland 5.18 24 Israel 5.18 27 Malaysia 5.16 18 Korea, Rep. 5.03 26 Iceland 4.96 29 China 4.95 28 Saudi Arabia 4.84 25 50 59 68 53 62 71 56 65 74 51 60 69 54 72 57 66 75 52 61 70 55 64 73 58 67 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 South Africa 4.47 49 Bahrain 4.47 39 Latvia 4.45 44 Bulgaria 4.44 54 Mexico 4.41 57 Rwanda 4.41 58 Kazakhstan 4.41 42 Costa Rica 4.41 52 Turkey 4.39 51 Slovenia 4.39 59 Philippines 4.36 47 Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a Georgia 4.32 66 Vietnam 4.31 56 Colombia 4.30 61 Romania 4.30 53 Jordan 4.29 64 Botswana 4.29 71 Slovak Republic 4.28 67 Oman 4.28 62 Peru 4.23 69 Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60 Hungary 4.20 63 Morocco 4.20 72 Sri Lanka 4.19 68 Barbados 4.19 n/a Uruguay 4.17 73 Croatia 4.15 77 Jamaica 4.13 86 48 63 49 47 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Lao PDR 3.93 83 Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89 Tunisia 3.92 92 Kenya 3.90 99 Bhutan 3.87 105 Nepal 3.87 100 Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91 Moldova 3.86 84 Lebanon 3.84 101 Mongolia 3.84 104 Nicaragua 3.81 108 Argentina 3.81 106 El Salvador 3.81 95 Bangladesh 3.80 107 Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111 Gabon 3.79 103 Ethiopia 3.77 109 Cape Verde 3.76 112 Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102 Senegal 3.74 110 Uganda 3.69 115 Ghana 3.68 119 Egypt 3.67 116 Tanzania 3.67 120 Paraguay 3.65 118 Zambia 3.60 96 Cameroon 3.58 114 Lesotho 3.57 113 Bolivia 3.54 117 99 108 117 120 102 111 105 114 100 118 103 112 121 106 115 101 110 119 104 113 107 116 97 95 98 96 109 93 94
  • 14. 14 The Global Competitiveness Index 2016–2017 Rankings 1 10 19 28 4 13 22 7 16 25 2 11 20 29 5 14 23 8 17 26 3 12 21 6 15 24 9 18 27 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Switzerland 5.81 1 Singapore 5.72 2 United States 5.70 3 Netherlands 5.57 5 Germany 5.57 4 Sweden 5.53 9 United Kingdom 5.49 10 Japan 5.48 6 Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7 Finland 5.44 8 Norway 5.44 11 Denmark 5.35 12 New Zealand 5.31 16 Taiwan, China 5.28 15 Canada 5.27 13 United Arab Emirates 5.26 17 Belgium 5.25 19 Qatar 5.23 14 Austria 5.22 23 Luxembourg 5.20 20 France 5.20 22 Australia 5.19 21 Ireland 5.18 24 Israel 5.18 27 Malaysia 5.16 18 Korea, Rep. 5.03 26 Iceland 4.96 29 China 4.95 28 Saudi Arabia 4.84 25 50 59 68 53 62 71 56 65 74 51 60 69 54 72 57 66 75 52 61 70 55 64 73 58 67 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 South Africa 4.47 49 Bahrain 4.47 39 Latvia 4.45 44 Bulgaria 4.44 54 Mexico 4.41 57 Rwanda 4.41 58 Kazakhstan 4.41 42 Costa Rica 4.41 52 Turkey 4.39 51 Slovenia 4.39 59 Philippines 4.36 47 Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a Georgia 4.32 66 Vietnam 4.31 56 Colombia 4.30 61 Romania 4.30 53 Jordan 4.29 64 Botswana 4.29 71 Slovak Republic 4.28 67 Oman 4.28 62 Peru 4.23 69 Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60 Hungary 4.20 63 Morocco 4.20 72 Sri Lanka 4.19 68 Barbados 4.19 n/a Uruguay 4.17 73 Croatia 4.15 77 Jamaica 4.13 86 48 63 49 47 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Lao PDR 3.93 83 Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89 Tunisia 3.92 92 Kenya 3.90 99 Bhutan 3.87 105 Nepal 3.87 100 Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91 Moldova 3.86 84 Lebanon 3.84 101 Mongolia 3.84 104 Nicaragua 3.81 108 Argentina 3.81 106 El Salvador 3.81 95 Bangladesh 3.80 107 Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111 Gabon 3.79 103 Ethiopia 3.77 109 Cape Verde 3.76 112 Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102 Senegal 3.74 110 Uganda 3.69 115 Ghana 3.68 119 Egypt 3.67 116 Tanzania 3.67 120 Paraguay 3.65 118 Zambia 3.60 96 Cameroon 3.58 114 Lesotho 3.57 113 Bolivia 3.54 117 99 108 117 120 102 111 105 114 100 118 103 112 121 106 115 101 110 119 104 113 107 116 97 95 98 96 109 93 94 The Global Competitiveness Index 2016–2017 Rankings 1 10 19 4 13 22 7 16 2 11 20 5 14 23 8 17 3 12 21 6 15 24 9 18 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Switzerland 5.81 1 Singapore 5.72 2 United States 5.70 3 Netherlands 5.57 5 Germany 5.57 4 Sweden 5.53 9 United Kingdom 5.49 10 Japan 5.48 6 Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7 Finland 5.44 8 Norway 5.44 11 Denmark 5.35 12 New Zealand 5.31 16 Taiwan, China 5.28 15 Canada 5.27 13 United Arab Emirates 5.26 17 Belgium 5.25 19 Qatar 5.23 14 Austria 5.22 23 Luxembourg 5.20 20 France 5.20 22 Australia 5.19 21 Ireland 5.18 24 Israel 5.18 27 50 59 68 53 62 56 65 51 60 69 54 57 66 52 61 70 55 64 58 67 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 South Africa 4.47 49 Bahrain 4.47 39 Latvia 4.45 44 Bulgaria 4.44 54 Mexico 4.41 57 Rwanda 4.41 58 Kazakhstan 4.41 42 Costa Rica 4.41 52 Turkey 4.39 51 Slovenia 4.39 59 Philippines 4.36 47 Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a Georgia 4.32 66 Vietnam 4.31 56 Colombia 4.30 61 Romania 4.30 53 Jordan 4.29 64 Botswana 4.29 71 Slovak Republic 4.28 67 Oman 4.28 62 Peru 4.23 69 Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60 Hungary 4.20 63 Morocco 4.20 72 48 63 49 47 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Lao PDR 3.93 83 Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89 Tunisia 3.92 92 Kenya 3.90 99 Bhutan 3.87 105 Nepal 3.87 100 Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91 Moldova 3.86 84 Lebanon 3.84 101 Mongolia 3.84 104 Nicaragua 3.81 108 Argentina 3.81 106 El Salvador 3.81 95 Bangladesh 3.80 107 Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111 Gabon 3.79 103 Ethiopia 3.77 109 Cape Verde 3.76 112 Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102 Senegal 3.74 110 Uganda 3.69 115 Ghana 3.68 119 Egypt 3.67 116 Tanzania 3.67 120 99 108 102 111 105 114 100 103 112 106 115 101 110 104 113 107 116 97 95 98 96 109 93 94 19 28 37 46 22 31 40 25 34 43 20 29 38 23 32 41 26 35 44 21 30 39 24 33 42 18 27 36 45 Qatar 5.23 14 Austria 5.22 23 Luxembourg 5.20 20 France 5.20 22 Australia 5.19 21 Ireland 5.18 24 Israel 5.18 27 Malaysia 5.16 18 Korea, Rep. 5.03 26 Iceland 4.96 29 China 4.95 28 Saudi Arabia 4.84 25 Estonia 4.78 30 Czech Republic 4.72 31 Spain 4.68 33 Chile 4.64 35 Thailand 4.64 32 Lithuania 4.60 36 Poland 4.56 41 Azerbaijan 4.55 40 Kuwait 4.53 34 India 4.52 55 Malta 4.52 48 Indonesia 4.52 37 Panama 4.51 50 Russian Federation 4.51 45 Italy 4.50 43 Mauritius 4.49 46 Portugal 4.48 38 68 77 86 71 80 89 65 74 83 92 69 78 72 81 90 66 75 70 79 88 64 73 82 91 67 76 85 Botswana 4.29 71 Slovak Republic 4.28 67 Oman 4.28 62 Peru 4.23 69 Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60 Hungary 4.20 63 Morocco 4.20 72 Sri Lanka 4.19 68 Barbados 4.19 n/a Uruguay 4.17 73 Croatia 4.15 77 Jamaica 4.13 86 Iran, Islamic Rep. 4.12 74 Tajikistan 4.12 80 Guatemala 4.08 78 Armenia 4.07 82 Albania 4.06 93 Brazil 4.06 75 Montenegro 4.05 70 Cyprus 4.04 65 Namibia 4.02 85 Ukraine 4.00 79 Greece 4.00 81 Algeria 3.98 87 Honduras 3.98 88 Cambodia 3.98 90 Serbia 3.97 94 Ecuador 3.96 76 Dominican Republic 3.94 98 84 87 117 120 126 135 111 129 138 114 123 132 118 127 136 112 121 130 115 124 133 110 119 128 137 113 122 131 116 125 134 The Global Competitiveness Index 2016– 1 10 19 4 13 22 7 16 25 2 11 20 5 14 23 8 17 3 12 21 6 15 24 9 18 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Switzerland 5.81 1 Singapore 5.72 2 United States 5.70 3 Netherlands 5.57 5 Germany 5.57 4 Sweden 5.53 9 United Kingdom 5.49 10 Japan 5.48 6 Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7 Finland 5.44 8 Norway 5.44 11 Denmark 5.35 12 New Zealand 5.31 16 Taiwan, China 5.28 15 Canada 5.27 13 United Arab Emirates 5.26 17 Belgium 5.25 19 Qatar 5.23 14 Austria 5.22 23 Luxembourg 5.20 20 France 5.20 22 Australia 5.19 21 Ireland 5.18 24 Israel 5.18 27 Malaysia 5.16 18 50 59 68 53 62 71 56 65 51 60 69 54 57 66 52 61 70 55 64 58 67 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 South Africa 4.47 49 Bahrain 4.47 39 Latvia 4.45 44 Bulgaria 4.44 54 Mexico 4.41 57 Rwanda 4.41 58 Kazakhstan 4.41 42 Costa Rica 4.41 52 Turkey 4.39 51 Slovenia 4.39 59 Philippines 4.36 47 Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a Georgia 4.32 66 Vietnam 4.31 56 Colombia 4.30 61 Romania 4.30 53 Jordan 4.29 64 Botswana 4.29 71 Slovak Republic 4.28 67 Oman 4.28 62 Peru 4.23 69 Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60 Hungary 4.20 63 Morocco 4.20 72 Sri Lanka 4.19 68 48 63 49 47 99 108 117 102 111 105 114 100 103 112 106 115 101 110 104 113 107 116 97 95 98 96 109 93 94
  • 15. 15 The Global Competitiveness Index 2016–2017 Rankings 1 10 19 28 4 13 22 7 16 25 2 11 20 29 5 14 23 8 17 26 3 12 21 6 15 24 9 18 27 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Switzerland 5.81 1 Singapore 5.72 2 United States 5.70 3 Netherlands 5.57 5 Germany 5.57 4 Sweden 5.53 9 United Kingdom 5.49 10 Japan 5.48 6 Hong Kong SAR 5.48 7 Finland 5.44 8 Norway 5.44 11 Denmark 5.35 12 New Zealand 5.31 16 Taiwan, China 5.28 15 Canada 5.27 13 United Arab Emirates 5.26 17 Belgium 5.25 19 Qatar 5.23 14 Austria 5.22 23 Luxembourg 5.20 20 France 5.20 22 Australia 5.19 21 Ireland 5.18 24 Israel 5.18 27 Malaysia 5.16 18 Korea, Rep. 5.03 26 Iceland 4.96 29 China 4.95 28 Saudi Arabia 4.84 25 50 59 68 53 62 71 56 65 74 51 60 69 54 72 57 66 75 52 61 70 55 64 73 58 67 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 South Africa 4.47 49 Bahrain 4.47 39 Latvia 4.45 44 Bulgaria 4.44 54 Mexico 4.41 57 Rwanda 4.41 58 Kazakhstan 4.41 42 Costa Rica 4.41 52 Turkey 4.39 51 Slovenia 4.39 59 Philippines 4.36 47 Brunei Darussalam 4.35 n/a Georgia 4.32 66 Vietnam 4.31 56 Colombia 4.30 61 Romania 4.30 53 Jordan 4.29 64 Botswana 4.29 71 Slovak Republic 4.28 67 Oman 4.28 62 Peru 4.23 69 Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60 Hungary 4.20 63 Morocco 4.20 72 Sri Lanka 4.19 68 Barbados 4.19 n/a Uruguay 4.17 73 Croatia 4.15 77 Jamaica 4.13 86 48 63 49 47 Economy Score1 Prev.2 Trend3 Lao PDR 3.93 83 Trinidad and Tobago 3.93 89 Tunisia 3.92 92 Kenya 3.90 99 Bhutan 3.87 105 Nepal 3.87 100 Côte d’Ivoire 3.86 91 Moldova 3.86 84 Lebanon 3.84 101 Mongolia 3.84 104 Nicaragua 3.81 108 Argentina 3.81 106 El Salvador 3.81 95 Bangladesh 3.80 107 Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111 Gabon 3.79 103 Ethiopia 3.77 109 Cape Verde 3.76 112 Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102 Senegal 3.74 110 Uganda 3.69 115 Ghana 3.68 119 Egypt 3.67 116 Tanzania 3.67 120 Paraguay 3.65 118 Zambia 3.60 96 Cameroon 3.58 114 Lesotho 3.57 113 Bolivia 3.54 117 99 108 117 120 102 111 105 114 100 118 103 112 121 106 115 101 110 119 104 113 107 116 97 95 98 96 109 93 94 5.27 13 b Emirates 5.26 17 5.25 19 5.23 14 5.22 23 rg 5.20 20 5.20 22 5.19 21 5.18 24 5.18 27 5.16 18 p. 5.03 26 4.96 29 4.95 28 bia 4.84 25 4.78 30 ublic 4.72 31 4.68 33 4.64 35 4.64 32 4.60 36 4.56 41 4.55 40 4.53 34 68 77 62 71 80 65 74 83 69 78 72 81 66 75 61 70 79 64 73 82 67 76 Colombia 4.30 61 Romania 4.30 53 Jordan 4.29 64 Botswana 4.29 71 Slovak Republic 4.28 67 Oman 4.28 62 Peru 4.23 69 Macedonia, FYR 4.23 60 Hungary 4.20 63 Morocco 4.20 72 Sri Lanka 4.19 68 Barbados 4.19 n/a Uruguay 4.17 73 Croatia 4.15 77 Jamaica 4.13 86 Iran, Islamic Rep. 4.12 74 Tajikistan 4.12 80 Guatemala 4.08 78 Armenia 4.07 82 Albania 4.06 93 Brazil 4.06 75 Montenegro 4.05 70 Cyprus 4.04 65 Namibia 4.02 8584 63 Bosnia & Herzegovina 3.80 111 Gabon 3.79 103 Ethiopia 3.77 109 Cape Verde 3.76 112 Kyrgyz Republic 3.75 102 Senegal 3.74 110 Uganda 3.69 115 Ghana 3.68 119 Egypt 3.67 116 Tanzania 3.67 120 Paraguay 3.65 118 Zambia 3.60 96 Cameroon 3.58 114 Lesotho 3.57 113 Bolivia 3.54 117 Pakistan 3.49 126 Gambia, The 3.47 123 Benin 3.47 122 Mali 3.46 127 Zimbabwe 3.41 125 Nigeria 3.39 124 Madagascar 3.33 130 Congo, Democratic Rep. 3.29 n/a Venezuela 3.27 132 108 117 120 126 111 129 114 123 118 127 112 121 130 115 124 110 119 128 113 122 107 116 125 109
  • 16. 16 Edition 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Rank 48 / 144 56 / 148 57 / 144 75 / 140 81 / 138 Score 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.1 Performance overview In the context of negative terms of trade shocks and political turmoil, Brazil falls six positions to 81st. This is driven mainly by deteriorating goods, labor, agenda in the largest economy in Latin America and the Caribbean. Brazil is currently going through a deep recession. The country's growth rate has Rank / 138 Score (1-7) Trend Distance from best Global Competitiveness Index 81 4.1 Subindex A: Basic requirements 103 4.0 120 3.21st pillar: Institutions 72 4.02nd pillar: Infrastructure 126 3.53rd pillar: Macroeconomic environment 99 5.34th pillar: Health and primary education Subindex B: Ef ciency enhancers 61 4.2 84 4.15th pillar: Higher education and training 128 3.76th pillar: Goods market ef ciency 117 3.77th pillar: Labor market ef ciency 93 3.68th pillar: Financial market development 59 4.49th pillar: Technological readiness 8 5.710th pillar: Market size Subindex C: Innovation and sophistication factors 72 3.6 63 4.011th pillar: Business sophistication 100 3.112th pillar: Innovation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1st pillar: Institutions 2nd pillar: Infrastructure 3rd pillar: Macroeconomic environment 4th pillar: Health and primary education 5th pillar: Higher education and training 6th pillar: Goods market ef ciency7th pillar: Labor market ef ciency 8th pillar: Financial market development 9th pillar: Technological readiness 10th pillar: Market size 11th pillar: Business sophistication 12th pillar: Innovation Brazil Latin America and the Caribbean Global Competitiveness Index 2016-2017 edition Key Indicators, 2015 Population (millions) GDP (US$ billions) GDP per capita (US$) GDP (PPP) % world GDP Brazil 81 / 138 st Source: International Monetary Fund; World Economic Outlook Database (April 2016) 204.5 1772.6 8670.0 2.81
  • 17. 17 Most problematic factors for doing business Note: From the list of factors, respondents to the World Economic Forum's Executive Opinion Survey were asked to select the ve most problematic f and to rank them between 1 (most problematic) and 5. The score corresponds to the responses weighted according to their rankings. drop last year probably re ects the ght against corruption and for judicial independence. The political uncertainty and the government s sinking nances are still impediments to consolidating a pro-growth competitiveness agenda in the largest economy in Latin America and the Caribbean. Brazil is large current account and government d requires improving productivity, starting and addressing the market distortions a Source: World Economic Forum, Executive Opinion Surve 15.9 13.6 12.5 11.9 9.2 8.7 7.8 4.8 3.4 3.4 2.8 2.5 1.7 0.9 0.8 0.2 Tax rates Corruption Tax regulations Inef cient government bureaucracy Policy instability Restrictive labor regulations Inadequate supply of infrastructure Inadequately educated workforce Access to nancing Government instability Insuf cient capacity to innovate In ation Poor public health Poor work ethic in national labor force Crime and theft Foreign currency regulations 0 4 8 126 | The Global Competitiveness Report 2016–2017
  • 18. 18 1. Hong Kong SAR (China) (0) 2. Singapore (0) 3. Luxembourg (0) 4. Ireland (0) 5. Belgium (+1) 6. Netherlands (-1) 7. Malta (0) 8. Malaysia (+2) 9. Bahrain (+9) 10. Estonia (-2) 11. United Arab Emirates (0) 12. Switzerland (-3) 12. Hungary (+3) 14. Austria (-1) 15. Panama (-3) 16. Sweden (-2) 17. Denmark (+2) 18. Lebanon (+3) 19. Czech Republic (+12) 20. Slovenia (0) 21. Iceland (+3) 22. Lithuania (+5) 23. Guyana (+2) 24. Mauritius (-1) 25. Taiwan (China) (-9) 26. Latvia (+11) 27. Slovak Republic (+1) 28. Bahamas, The (+5) 29. Trinidad and Tobago (-3) 30. Mongolia (-8) 31. Barbados (-1) 32. Bulgaria (0) 33. Cyprus (-16) 34. Norway (-5) 35. Thailand (-1) 36. Finland (+2) 71. Italy (+1) 72. Tunisia (-1) 73. Costa Rica (+1) 74. Togo (-4) 75. Bosnia & Herzegovina (+2) 76. Kyrgyz Republic (+3) 77. Côte d'Ivoire (+8) 78. Morocco (+2) 79. Zambia (-1) 80. Botswana (-4) 81. Australia (-6) 82. Romania (-1) 83. South Africa (-1) 84. Armenia (0) 85. Mexico (+4) 86. Azerbaijan (+2) 87. Gabon (-1) 88. Greece (+3) 89. Guinea (-2) 90. Ghana (-7) 91. United States (-1) 92. El Salvador (+4) 93. Niger (+5) 94. Angola (+1) 95. Russian Federation (-1) 96. Mozambique (+3) 97. Senegal (+5) 98. Nigeria (-5) 99. Chad (-7) 100. Dominican Republic (0) 101. Paraguay (-4) 102. Peru (-1) 103. Bolivia (+2) 104. Malawi (+9) 105. Uruguay (+1) Figure 6.1 The Depth Index of Globalization 2013, Overall Results (Parentheticals Reflect Rank Changes versus Prior Year) 1. Hong Kong SAR (China) (0) 2. Singapore (0) 3. Luxembourg (0) 4. Ireland (0) 5. Belgium (+1) 6. Netherlands (-1) 7. Malta (0) 8. Malaysia (+2) 9. Bahrain (+9) 10. Estonia (-2) 11. United Arab Emirates (0) 12. Switzerland (-3) 12. Hungary (+3) 14. Austria (-1) 15. Panama (-3) 16. Sweden (-2) 17. Denmark (+2) 18. Lebanon (+3) 19. Czech Republic (+12) 20. Slovenia (0) 21. Iceland (+3) 22. Lithuania (+5) 23. Guyana (+2) 24. Mauritius (-1) 25. Taiwan (China) (-9) Figure 6.1 The Depth Index of Globalization 2013, Overall 0 10 20 30 40 50 33. Cyprus (-16) 34. Norway (-5) 35. Thailand (-1) 36. Finland (+2) 37. Cambodia (+3) 38. Germany (-3) 39. Oman (+7) 40. Brunei Darussalam (+3) 41. Jordan (-5) 42. Israel (-3) 43. Korea, Republic (+1) 44. Vietnam (-2) 45. Canada (0) 46. Portugal (+4) 47. Macedonia, FYR (0) 48. United Kingdom (-7) 49. Poland (-1) 50. Qatar (+3) 51. Kuwait (0) 52. Ukraine (+3) 53. Moldova (-1) 54. France (+2) 55. Georgia (+18) 56. Chile (-2) 57. Croatia (-8) 58. Serbia (+5) 59. Fiji (-2) 60. Kazakhstan (+2) 61. Nicaragua (+4) 62. New Zealand (-3) 63. Zimbabwe (-3) 64. Spain (+4) 65. Belarus (+2) 66. Albania (0) 67. Saudi Arabia (-9) 68. Jamaica (-7) 69. Namibia (-5) 70. Honduras (-1) 118 134. Ce 139 41. Jordan (-5) 42. Israel (-3) 43. Korea, Republic (+1) 44. Vietnam (-2) 45. Canada (0) 46. Portugal (+4) 47. Macedonia, FYR (0) 48. United Kingdom (-7) 49. Poland (-1) 50. Qatar (+3) 51. Kuwait (0) 52. Ukraine (+3) 53. Moldova (-1) 54. France (+2) 55. Georgia (+18) 56. Chile (-2) 57. Croatia (-8) 58. Serbia (+5) 59. Fiji (-2) 60. Kazakhstan (+2) 61. Nicaragua (+4) 62. New Zealand (-3) 63. Zimbabwe (-3) 64. Spain (+4) 65. Belarus (+2) 66. Albania (0) 67. Saudi Arabia (-9) Tabela de Índice de Globalização - Dr. Pankaj Ghemawat and Steven A. Altman
  • 19. 19 71. Italy (+1) 72. Tunisia (-1) 73. Costa Rica (+1) 74. Togo (-4) 75. Bosnia & Herzegovina (+2) 76. Kyrgyz Republic (+3) 77. Côte d'Ivoire (+8) 78. Morocco (+2) 79. Zambia (-1) 80. Botswana (-4) 81. Australia (-6) 82. Romania (-1) 83. South Africa (-1) 84. Armenia (0) 85. Mexico (+4) 86. Azerbaijan (+2) 87. Gabon (-1) 88. Greece (+3) 89. Guinea (-2) 90. Ghana (-7) 91. United States (-1) 92. El Salvador (+4) 93. Niger (+5) 94. Angola (+1) 95. Russian Federation (-1) 96. Mozambique (+3) 97. Senegal (+5) 98. Nigeria (-5) 99. Chad (-7) 100. Dominican Republic (0) 101. Paraguay (-4) 102. Peru (-1) 103. Bolivia (+2) 104. Malawi (+9) 105. Uruguay (+1) (Parentheticals Reflect Rank Changes versus Prior Year) 1. Hong Kong SAR (China) (0) 2. Singapore (0) 3. Luxembourg (0) 4. Ireland (0) 5. Belgium (+1) 6. Netherlands (-1) 7. Malta (0) 8. Malaysia (+2) 9. Bahrain (+9) 10. Estonia (-2) 11. United Arab Emirates (0) 12. Switzerland (-3) 12. Hungary (+3) 14. Austria (-1) 15. Panama (-3) 16. Sweden (-2) 17. Denmark (+2) 18. Lebanon (+3) 19. Czech Republic (+12) 20. Slovenia (0) 21. Iceland (+3) 22. Lithuania (+5) 23. Guyana (+2) 24. Mauritius (-1) 25. Taiwan (China) (-9) Figure 6.1 The Depth Index of Globalization 2013, Overall47. Macedonia, FYR (0) 48. United Kingdom (-7) 49. Poland (-1) 50. Qatar (+3) 51. Kuwait (0) 52. Ukraine (+3) 53. Moldova (-1) 54. France (+2) 55. Georgia (+18) 56. Chile (-2) 57. Croatia (-8) 58. Serbia (+5) 59. Fiji (-2) 60. Kazakhstan (+2) 61. Nicaragua (+4) 62. New Zealand (-3) 63. Zimbabwe (-3) 31. Barbados (-1) 32. Bulgaria (0) 33. Cyprus (-16) 34. Norway (-5) 35. Thailand (-1) 36. Finland (+2) 37. Cambodia (+3) 38. Germany (-3) 39. Oman (+7) 40. Brunei Darussalam (+3) 41. Jordan (-5) 42. Israel (-3) 43. Korea, Republic (+1) 44. Vietnam (-2) 45. Canada (0) 46. Portugal (+4) 47. Macedonia, FYR (0) 48. United Kingdom (-7) 49. Poland (-1) 50. Qatar (+3) 51. Kuwait (0) 52. Ukraine (+3) 53. Moldova (-1) 54. France (+2) 55. Georgia (+18) 56. Chile (-2) 57. Croatia (-8) 58. Serbia (+5) 59. Fiji (-2) 60. Kazakhstan (+2) 61. Nicaragua (+4) 62. New Zealand (-3) 63. Zimbabwe (-3) 64. Spain (+4) 65. Belarus (+2) 66. Albania (0) 67. Saudi Arabia (-9) 68. Jamaica (-7) 69. Namibia (-5) 70. Honduras (-1) 101. Paraguay (-4) 102. Peru (-1) 103. Bolivia (+2) 104. Malawi (+9) 105. Uruguay (+1) 106. Turkey (+1) 107. Guatemala (-4) 108. Ecuador (-4) 109. Yemen, Republic (-1) 110. Kenya (-1) 111. Philippines (+5) 112. Syria (0) 113. Japan (+1) 114. Lao PDR (-4) 115. Colombia (0) 116. Madagascar (+4) 117. Mali (-6) 118. Egypt, Arab Republic (+1) 119. Benin (-1) 120. Uganda (-3) 121. Sri Lanka (0) 122. China (0) 123. India (0) 124. Cameroon (+2) 125. Burkina Faso (+3) 126. Rwanda (+1) 127. Indonesia (+2) 128. Argentina (-3) 129. Uzbekistan (-5) 130. Brazil (0) 131. Venezuela, RB (0) 132. Ethiopia (0) 133. Nepal (+1) 134. Central African Republic (+2) 135. Burundi (+2) 136. Pakistan (-3) 137. Bangladesh (-2) 138. Myanmar (+1) 139. Iran, Islamic Republic (-1) Tabela de Índice de Globalização - Dr. Pankaj Ghemawat and Steven A. Altman
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  • 31. POR QUÊ FOCAMOS TANTO NO MERCADO DOMÉSTICO?
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  • 40. MITOS Ir para o Vale do Silício é a solução para TODAS as startups
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  • 43. Como as startups acham que devem Internacionalizar
  • 46. Porque se tornar um micro multinacional? OU
  • 47. Vantagem competitiva a longo prazo
 Acesso as novidades e tendências mundiais
 Mais força frente à concorrência desleal
  • 48. Acesso a novas fontes de investimento
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  • 56. 56 Hight quality of life English widely spoken Qualified human resources|Tech talent Safety Timezone London Low Cost flights | Airport 15’ city center Atlantic port of Europe Fast internet Why Lisbon?
  • 57. 57 16 Incuba +350 Startu 1500 jobs c 5 Fab Labs 38 Cowork 26 Business • Porta de entrada na Europa
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  • 61. 61 PANAMA HAS THE MOST CONNECTED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN LATIN AMERICA Top airports in LatAm & the Caribbean # of international flights* PanamaCity(PTY) 110,306 SanJuan(SIU) 106,14 MexicoCity(MEX) 90,844 SaoPaulo(GRU) 71,716 Cancun(CUN) 66,350 *Source: Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA), 2014 Tocumen Airport offers the highest number of direct international flights in Latin America: PTY PANAMA HAS THE MOST CONNECTED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN LATIN AMERICA Top airports in LatAm & the Caribbean # of international flights* PanamaCity(PTY) 110,306 SanJuan(SIU) 106,14 MexicoCity(MEX) 90,844 SaoPaulo(GRU) 71,716 Cancun(CUN) 66,350 *Source: Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA), 2014 Tocumen Airport offers the highest number of direct international flights in Latin America: PTY
  • 62. 62 PANAMA PROVIDES A STABLE ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT “After three years of sharp rises in the competitiveness rankings, Panama consolidates its position as the most competitive economy in Central America, and second in LatinAmerica. Panama has continued to improve its competitiveness edge by reinforcing its strengths.”* LATIN AMERICA TOP 10 The Global Competitivenes Index 2014-2015 33 48 51 57 61 65 66 78 80 84 Chile Panama Costa Rica Brazil Mexico Perú Colombia Guatemala Uruguay El Salvador Global Rank *World Economic Forum, Global Competitivenes Report 2014-2015 Panama is one of LatinAmerica’s most competitive and dynamic economies. Panama is one of the only countries outside of the U.S. where the U.S. Dollar is the official currency, reducing currency risks relative to other LatinAmerican nations. $
  • 63. 63 PANAMA IS IDEAL FOR GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Panama is an ideal place for businesses that rely on high-speed telecommunications Panama is an important node of the world´s broadband ring and trunk route system Through Panama pass the Maya-1, Arcos-1, SAC, MAC and the Pan American fiber optics submarine cables, through which passes 97% of international voice traffic, 90% of electronic data and 100% of regional Internet traffic. MAYA 1 ARCOS 1 SAC 1 PAN AMERICAN MAC
  • 64. 64 Real Estate Property Tax Withholding/Retention Taxes Stamp Tax Insurance Premium Tax Taxes on the storage and movement of fuel or other hydrocarbons and derivatives UNBEATABLE TAX BENEFITS FOR INCENTIVIZED BUSINESS ACTIVITIES* *exceptions and limitations apply TAX EXEMPTIONS: DIRECT TAXES Income Tax Dividend & Complementary Tax Transfer Tax INDIRECT TAXES Import Tax Sales Tax Export & Re-export Tax Registration Tax, including industrial and commercial licenses
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  • 68. 68 28th place in the Corruption Perceptions Index 2013 rankings − Transparency International WHY DO IN ESTONIA Estonia holds high credit ratings • Fitch Long Term Issuer Default Rating Dec 2013 A+ • Standard & Poor Long Term Foreign/Domestic Oct 2012 AA- • Moody’s Long Term Foreign/Domestic April 2009 A1 32nd place in the 2013-2014 Global Competitiveness Index − World Economic Forum 25th place in the Innovation Union rankings in 2013 (16th among EU countries) 22nd place in the Doing Business 2014 report − World Bank Estonia is a stable place to do business 11th place in the world economic freedom rankings in 2014 compiled by the Wall Street Journal and Heritage Foundation 19th in the Societal Progress Index 2014 - by US-based Social Progress Imperative non-profit 19
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  • 75. 75 Most of Asia’s key markets within four hours’ flight time From half the world’s population Hong Kong 4hrs 5hrs More than 100 airlines operate about 1,100 flights daily, linking the Hong Kong International Airport to 190 destinations worldwide, including 47 Mainland cities GLOBAL SUPER CONNECTOR The busiest air cargo airport in the world – 4.52 million tonnes of cargo handled in 2016 (Airport Authority Hong Kong)
  • 76. 76 LOW & SIMPLE TAX SYSTEM • VAT/GST/Sales tax • Capital Gains Tax • Withholding tax on investments • Estate duty • Global taxation • Wine duty HONG KONG SINGAPORE SHANGHAI* Corporate Income Personal Income Employer Social Security Employee Social Security VAT * There is no standard rate across the Mainland China. Shanghai is used as an example. Hong Kong has signed Comprehensive Double Taxation Agreements (CDTAs) with 37 jurisdictions. Negotiations with 13 jurisdictions are in progress. 25% 45% 37% 11% 17% 17% 20% 16% 20% 7% 16.5% 15% 5% 5% 0% VAT (as of Mar 2017)
  • 77. 77 2016 STARTUP ECOSYSTEM SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS 5,229 staff (including founders) employed by startups 1,926 startups (+24%) from 2015 (+41%) from 2014 Source: Startup Profiling Survey, InvestHK, 2016 62% HK locals 35% From overseas, Mainland or Taiwan 3% HK returnees (50% in 2015) (7% in 2015) (43% in 2015) Origins of Founders
  • 78. 78 United States, 20.7% United Kingdom, 13.0% Mainland China, 11.3% France, 10.3% Australia, 4.8% Germany, 4.7% Canada, 3.2% Netherlands, 3.0% Singapore, 2.8% India, 2.2% Italy, 2.2% Japan, 2.2% Taiwan, 1.8% Korea, 1.5% Other countries / territories, 16.3% COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: INTERNATIONAL FOUNDERS
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