Presentation on theme: "Bacolod, Baguio, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Dipolog, Naga, Pasay, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban, Tagbilaran BOI I nvestment R oadshow 2012 IPP Presentation."— Presentation transcript:
Bacolod, Baguio, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Dipolog, Naga, Pasay, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban, Tagbilaran BOI I nvestment R oadshow 2012 IPP Presentation
I. P erspectives II. P referred Investment Areas III.P otentials O UTLINE (PPP)
Part : P erspectives Perspective is the most powerful tool we have - Edmond Sailer 1
W HY INVEST? To enhance the Value of your Savings (i.e. Bonds, Deposits) To pursue Personal Interests (i.e. Retailing, Real Estate Stock Market) To participate in Nation Building (i.e. Direct Investments in preferred areas
E CONOMICS 101 GDP = C + I + G + (X-M) C = Consumption I = Investments G= Government Expenditures
T HE INVESTMENT ECOSYSYTEM PLACE 1 A large domestic market Competitive operating environment Less vulnerable to global downturn Industrial peace Accelerated infra program NETWORKS 4 Investment promotion agencies Local investment councils PEOPLE 2 Growing number of entrepreneurs Young labor force Training programs intensified 3 FUNDS High liquidity Low interest rates High investors confidence Government support to SMEs
AGRIINDUSTRYSERVICES I NVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCIES DOMESTIC Board of Investments EXPORT Philippine Ecozone Authority (PEZA)
B OIS ROLE IN PROMOTING INVESTMENTS INDUSTRY ROADMAP TARGETED INVESTMENT PROMOTIONS TRADE/INVESTMENT NEGOTIATION PREFERRED ACTIVITIES REGISTER ELIGIBLE PROJECTS ADMINISTER INCENTIVES INVESTOR FACILITATION
Red Tape to Red Carpet The red tape that has for so long encumbered your generation has now been turned into a red carpet - President Benigno S. Aquino III April 2012
BOI REGISTRATION SIMPLIFIED No more detailed 5 year Financial Projections required for 95% of projects Only 4 page Application form (inclusive of supporting schedules) Endorsements from other agencies required only after BOI approves the project Board action 2 weeks after filing
OTHER LAWS ADMINISTERED BY BOI Registration of RHQ and ROHQ (Book III of EO 226) Special Investors Resident Visa (Book V of EO 226) Investors Long-term Lease Act of 1993 (RA 7652) Retail Trade Liberalization Act of 2000 (RA 8762) Jewelry Industry Development Act of 1998 ( RA 8502) Footwear, Leather Goods and Tannery Development Act of 2004 (RA 9290)
Part : P referred Investment Areas This years IPP has been crafted to focus on four critical areas; job generation, enhanced delivery of social services, international competitiveness and climate change mitigation and adaptation. - Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III- June 2012 (IPP Message) 2
2012 INVESTMENT PRIORITIES PLAN Agribusiness Creative/Knowledge-based Disaster PMR Energy Green Projects Hospitals Infrastructures Iron and Steel Mass Housing Motor Vehicle R & D/ Training Shipbuilding Strategic Projects Books Mining Petroleum Products PWD Support Renewable Energy Tourism Solid Waste Management Water Supply Manufactured Products Services Exports Activities Supporting Exports PREFERRED MANDATORY EXPORTS
A GRI-BUSINESS 1. Commercial Production Crops planted in New Areas Poultry and Livestock 2. Commercial Processing Locally Grown Raw Materials Animal and Aqua Feeds 3. Services Post Harvest facilities Mechanized Harvest 4. Fertilizers and Pesticides
C REATIVE & KNOWLEDGE-BASED INDUSTRIES 1. Non- Voice BPOs (Voice now listed under Exports) 2. IT Enabled Services with Original Content Software development Animation Engineering Design Game Development
D ISASTER PREVENTION, MITIGATION & REHABILITATION 1.Manufacture and Assembly of Goods and Equipment related to Disaster Mgt. 2. Services related to Disaster Mgt. Salvaging Operations Early Warning Systems Oil-spill Clean Up Bridge Rehabilitation Flood Control Services
G REEN PROJECTS 1. Manufacture or Assembly of Goods & Equipment that leads to: Efficient Use of Energy Efficient Use of Natural Resources Reduce GHG Minimize Pollution 2. Energy Efficient Related Facilities (i.e. District Cooling)
H OSPITALS Development and Operation of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary hospitals
M ASS HOUSING 1.Development of Low-cost Housing (Selling Price > P 400,000 < P 2.5 million) 2. Manufacture of Modular Housing Components
R & D / TRAINING 1. Research/ Testing Facilities 2. Business/Technology Incubators 3. Shared Service Facilities 4. Manufacturing & Agri business enterprises located in SUCs (outside NCR) 5. Training Institutions in Support of IPP
C APITAL INTENSIVE PREFERRED AREAS ENERGY (exploration, development and utilization of energy sources) INFRASTRUCTURE (transport, water, logistics, physical infra and PPP) IRON & STEEL (long and flat products, fabrication of machinery) MOTOR VEHICLES (2 and 4 wheel vehicles, parts manufacturing) SHIPBUILDING (> 500 ton ships) STRATEGIC PROJECTS (packaging products and essential drugs).
Part : P otentials The great end of life is not knowledge but action - Thomas Huxley 3
O PPORTUNITIES ABOUND SMEs FDIs Manufacturing: Large domestic market, increasing disposable income Free trade agreements w/ key trading partners - ASEAN ($1.8T) 7B/R/I Agriculture: Huge demand for HALAL food ($340B) Higher income in key markets Services: Tourism arrivals rapidly increasing 2011-11.2% / 2012-14.6% BPO increasing by 15-20% Japan Strength of Yen Vulnerable to calamities China High labor costs (P336/day Shenzhen) Vietnam Inflation rate of 20% Thailand Sharp increase in labor costs (P397/day) Taiwan Base for ASEAN market
A GRI-BUSINESS: HIGH QUALITY, HIGH VALUE Fisher Farms, Inc. (FFI) in Bulacan is the leading aquaculture food processor in the Philippines. The company has 934 employees. Recipient of the Superior Taste Award from Belgium-based Taste and Quality Institute (ITQI) – a global organization of Chefs.
M ANUFACTURING: IN A SWEET SPOT DLuxe Bags Philippines, Inc. in Tarlac City manufactures fashion bags for global brands. The company will employ 4,000 workers.
T OURISM: MORE FUN… MORE HOMEWORK Paraiso Verde Resort & Water Park has water amusement attractions like wave pool, raging river pool, kiddy pools and pools w/ shade. The company is located in South Cotabato and employs 65 people.
+ I NCENTIVES - D ISINCENTIVES Factors impeding business confidence: 1)Corruption (24.4%) 2)Inefficient bureaucracy (18.3%) 3)Infrastructure* (16.5%) * Average cost of electricity to cost of manufacturing goods is only 4.63%
P ATHS TO NATION BUILDING JOB-GENERATION Agri-business Shipbuilding Tourism Mining Export –oriented Industry SOCIAL SERVICES Mass housing Hospitals Disaster-related Support to PWD Solid waste management Water supply COMPETITIVENESS Energy Infrastructure Creative-knowledge based R&D / Training Iron & steel Strategic projects Downstream oil industry CLIMATE CHANGE Green projects Renewable energy AFV & E-motor vehicles
Remember, amateurs built Noahs Ark; Professionals built the Titanic S AILING ON THE ARK
F ROM SICK MAN TO OLYMPIAN TOP ECONOMIES BY 2050 (HSBC) RANKCOUNTRYCHANGE IN RANK from 2010 1China+2 2U.S. 3India+5 4Japan-2 5Germany 6UK 7Brazil+2 8Mexico+5 9France-3 10CanadaSame 11Italy-4 12Turkey+6 13South Korea-2 14Spain-2 15Russia+2 16PHILIPPINES+27 17Indonesia+4 18Malaysia+17 19Thailand+6
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