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1 Investment Opportunities in the State of São Paulo Sergio Costa Director

2 Investe São Paulo

3 Mission Being the gateway to new investments or expansion of existing businesses, generating innovation, employment and income, in addition to the continuous improvement of the competitive environment and of the image of the State of São Paulo

4 Areas of Activity I – Investment Projects Technical support and orientation to investors Contact with public and private institutions aiming as investment facilitation II – Business Prospection Identification of sectors and companies with investment potential III – Actions for the Promotion of Competitiveness Labor training, Taxation, Innovation, Infrastructure and Licensing Studying and proposing public policies IV – Institutional Activities Reception of foreign delegations and organization of international missions Support and guidance for municipal governments V – Promotion of the image of the State of Sao Paulo

5 Our Customers Portfolio of projects Number of projects: 65 Potential Investments: US$ 18.2 billion Potential direct jobs: 59 thousand Sectors: automotive, food, oil and gas, energy, solid waste and machinery and equipment. Origin: United States, China, South Korea, Spain, Japan, Italy, England, France and Brazil. Investments Announced: US$ 6.4 billion Direct Jobs: Exchange rate: US$ 1 = R$ 1.80 DABO

6 Brazil on the World Stage

7 Brazil, the 7th economy of the planet 14,527 5,878 5,459 3,286 2,563 1 st USA 3 rd Japan 2 nd China 4 th Germany 5 th France 6 th UK 8 th Italy 7 th Brazil 12 th Spain 10 th Canada 9 th India 11 th Russia 2,090 2,055 2,250 1,577 1,632 1,480 1,410 Source: IMF - year 2010 GDP - US$ billions The Brazilian economy has overtaken the economy of the United Kingdom in 2011 to become the worlds 6 th largest, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), an economic research group.

8 Selected Countries: Territory, Population and Economy Territory > 3 million km 2 Economy (GPD) > US$ 750 billion Population > 100 million CanadaAustralia Russia India China United States Brazil Indonesia Nigeria Bangladesh Pakistan Japan Mexico Spain GermanyFrance United Kingdom Netherlands Italy South Korea Source: IMF, World Bank

9 Brazilian Age Structure Source: IBGE / Revista Veja, December Opportunity Larger contingent of working-age population = possibility of increasing productivity Challenges Increase on health and social security expenditures

10 Social Mobility Year projection Millions of Inhabitants Source: Banco Central do Brasil/ FGV

11 State of São Paulo Competitive Advantages

12 Brazil and São Paulo State Sources: IBGE, Brazilian Central Bank and SEADE – Exchange Rate US$ 1 = R$ 1.76 Territory (1,000 km²) 8,515 Population (millions) 191 Nominal GDP (US$ bln) 2,143 GDP per capita (US$) 11,093 Brazil São Paulo Territory (1,000 km²) 248 Population (millions) 41 Nominal GDP (US$ bln) 690 GDP per capita (US$) 16,757 21% of the population 32% of Nominal GDP 1.5X of GDP per capita

13 1 st largest cargo airport in Latin America 1 st largest producer of sugar cane ethanol in the world 4 th largest stock exchange in the world (BM&FBOVESPA) 3 rd largest producer of aircraft in the world 48% of domestic production of vehicles Capital: third largest metropolis in the world Agribusiness: Orange – 53% of juice world production Sugar – 23 million tons/year Beef – US$ 2.18 billion in exports São Paulo Highlights

14 Index of Municipal Development The best ranked Brazilian municipalities are in the State of São Paulo 39 out of the 50 best ranked Brazilian municipalities are in the State of São Paulo IFDM Ranking UF IFDM Ranking BRAZILIAN MUNICIPALITIES - YEAR 2009 IFDM Employment & Income EducationHealth National State Source: FIRJAN - Federation of Industries of the State of Rio de Janeiro Indices published in 2011 based on 2009 data

15 São Paulo Competitive Advantages Largest Consumer Market in LATAM Skilled Workforce World-class Infrastructure Largest Brazilian Investor in R&D Social Development Environmental Responsibility

16 R&D / Innovation USP, Unicamp and Unesp IPT international recognition All over the state US$ 512 million annual budget Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa Científica e Tecnológica (Fapesp) 3 universities among the ones that most develop scientific research in Brazil 19 research institutes 30 initiatives of Technology Parks More than 13% of the São Paulo State revenue is used in high quality education, research and development. The State also hosts federal universities and research institutions.

17 Technological and Technical Schools Technological education - Fatecs 55 thousand students 51 technology colleges 60 courses in the fields of industry, services and agriculture Technical Schools - Etecs 216 thousand students 203 technical schools 101 courses in the fields of industry, services and agriculture Workforce Training Centro Paula Souzas structure may be used for workforce training at no cost to companies Source: Centro Paula Souza – 2 nd semester 2011 Largest program of technical education in Brazil

18 Higher Education The State Government is responsible for three of the best universities in Brazil: USP - São Paulo University – 88,962 students UNICAMP – Campinas State University – 36,801 students UNESP – São Paulo States University – 46,634 students 521 college level institutions all over the State 24% of Brazils total Source: USP, Unicamp. Unesp

19 19 out of the 20 best highways in Brazil Largest port in Latin America (Santos) 2,400 km of waterways 5,400 km of railways 6,000 km of gas pipeline Around 50 million air passengers per year And it is getting better... Investment in public transport (trains and subway) São Paulo Highway Ring Expansion of the ports of Santos and São Sebastião Expansion and modernization of 30 regional airports High Quality Infrastructure

20 Highway Waterway Pipeline Railway Airport Port Source: Transportation Secretariat of State of São Paulo

21 Santos Harbour Current capacity 97 million tons in % of the internacional brazilian trade Area of 7.8 million m² ships a year 2,7 million containers TEU Expansion of the harbour: Increase the capacity of the harbour to 200 million tons a year Increase the depth of the channel Fonte: Porto de Santos

22 São Sebastião Harbour Source: Porto de São Sebastião – US$ 1 = R$ 1,8 Third biggest natural draught of the world 669 mil ton/year (2011) Build area m² Total area m² Expansion project: Receive and operate ships with 300 meters long Construction of 4 loading berths Anchorages with 43 meters wide Public granting to private companies operate the terminals. Estimated investments US$ 342 million

23 Expansion and Modernization of the Airports LOT 2 - SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO LOT 5 - PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE LOT 3 - BAURU - MARÍLIA LOT 1 - JUNDIAÍ LOT 4 - RIBEIRÃO PRETO Fonte: Secretaria de Planejamento e Desenvolvimento Regional

24 Energy matrix with 55% of renewables (2010) Competitive advantages for energy production from biomass New opportunities in environmental technology markets Brazils most advanced conservation system 17.5% of the State area is covered by native vegetation 10.8% of the State area is covered by rainforest 14.8% of the State area is covered by nature protection reserves (full protection and sustainable use) Total: 43% of the state area is preserved Environmental Responsibility Source: Energy Secretariat of State of Sao Paulo, Forest Foundation

25 Energy Matrix of São Paulo Fonte: Departamento de Energia do Estado de São Paulo Renewable Energy: 54,7% of the Matrix

26 Ethanol in Brazil World's largest producer and largest exporter of sugar cane and ethanol More than 400 plants produce ethanol, sugar and bioelectricity in Brazil 12 manufacturers offer over 90 models of flex-fuel cars Ethanol is already being used to produce green plastic Only country where alternative fuel consumption exceeds that of gasoline Only 1.5% of agricultural area occupied by sugarcane Source: Unica

27 Brazil: 2 nd Producer and 1 st Exporter worldwide Ethanol production (billion liters) Source: ICONE, FIESP

28 Ethanol Logistics Multimodal Integrated System Features Investment of over R$ 5 billion 850 km long 45 municipalities Link between major states Ethanol producers: SP, MG, GO and MT Partnership between Petrobras and private companies Goals Reduce the cost of transporting ethanol Facilitate the transportation of ethanol to Brazilian ports Reduce heavy truck traffic on the roads Reduce CO2 emissions Source: Petrobras

29 Ethanol Logistics Multimodal Integrated System

30 FAPESP Program of Research in Bioenergy (BIOEN) Goals: Stimulate and articulate research and development activities using academic and industrial laboratories. Promote the advance of knowledge about the Bioenergy production and its aplication in related areas in Brazil Division of Research about socio-economic impacts, environmental, and use of the soil. Division of Biomass to Bioenergy (focus in sugar cane) Division of Process of Biofuel Manufacturing Division of Biorefinary and Alcohol Chemistry Division of Ethanol Aplications for Automotive Motors. 5 research divisions Fonte:fapesp

31 Fapesp Evolution of Revenues Fonte: Fapesp (U$ milhões)


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