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1 Centro de Agronegócio da Fundação Getúlio Vargas Nacala Corridor Fund Roberto Rodrigues

2 Centro de Agronegócio da Fundação Getúlio Vargas AgendaAgenda 1.Background 2.Nacala Corridor Fund 3.Guidelines 4.Investments 5.Production and area 6.Job Creation

3 1. Background Brazil – Japan agricultural relations 1.Japanese immigration in the early twentieth century: The introduction of the horticulture The creation of the “green belts” Stimulating the Cooperative movement PRODECER 2.Brazil’s Cerrado Development Programme (PRODECER). 3.Next step: increase cooperation with other countries (Africa, Asia, etc.) The history of the Brazil-Japan relation

4 2. Mozambique – Nacala Corridor Fund The Africa Opportunities Fund: NACALA CORRIDOR FUND targets to develop several integrated agricultural projects and related infrastructure developments in the Nacala Corridor.

5 3. Nacala Fund – Guidelines Mozambique – Nacala Fund Guidelines 1.Area: The Nacala Corridor contains more than 10 million hectares of good farming land. The project shall contemplate about hectares for agricultural production in the first 3 years. 2.Production: the production shall include, in the first stage, soybean, corn, cotton and rice. 3.Employment: the project estimates to create more than new jobs in the first phase (agricultural production, inputs production and logistics operation). 4.Infrastructure: The partners - Mozambique, Brazil and Japan - will help Mozambique upgrade its infrastructure, to make it easier for farmers to export their goods. 5.Promoting productive arrangements through association, cooperatives and consortium - the model includes local small farmers via cooperatives (Prodecer) and/or Mozambicans and international investors into export-oriented agriculture value chains. Increasing Brazil-Japan Cooperation with other countries

6 4. Nacala Fund - Investments The FUND objective is to invest private equity growth capital to develop and operate own plantation, processing, trading and logistic companies to grow, process and supply agricultural products to local, regional and global export markets. The NACALA CORRIDOR FUND will start its operations exclusively with annual crops: rice, soy, corn and cotton, and might over time expand into other, including perennial, crops. Nacala Fund is expected to attract investment of US$2 billion to promote technical knowledge exchange between Brazil and Japan for development of agriculture in Mozambique – US$ 500 million in the initial phase.

7 Strategic Investor (direct investment into project with/without majority) Project I Project II Project `n` Strategic Investor Project I Project II Project `n` Strategic Investor Project I Project II Project `n` SPV Annual Food Crops ¹(Local regulations apply for newly established SPV in each country of peration) SPV Perennial Food Crops Other Cash Crops Japan & Brazilian Private Sector THE AFRICA OPPORTUNITY FUND (Japan) (Japan regulated fund) Japanese Fund Manager for the local FEEDER FUND / Japan THE AFRICA OPPORTUNITY FUND (Brazil) (Brazil regulated fund) (Luxembourg regulated SICAR) THE AFRICA OPPORTUNITY FUND I: NACALA FUND I VOTE BOARD OF DIRECTORS (Voting Power) FUND II ADVISORY BOARD Strategic Investor (Non-Voting Right) Agricultural production: Cooperative System Brazilian Fund Manager for the local FEEDER FUND / Brazil Lead Technical Manager Advisor & Public Affairs MINAG $ $ Partner P

8 Nacala Fund Project Organization Fund-raising Investment Nacala Fund - Schedule Fulfilled Out.12 Nov.12 Jun.13 Master Plan Delivery 2014 – Implementation and Operation

9 Mozambique - Agro-Ecological Zone

10 Agricultural Production Schedule An integrated business model with top-class partners Harvest Year 1 Harvest Year 2 Harvest Year 3 Harvest Year 4 Harvest Year 5 Harvest Year 6 Harvest Year 7 Harvest Year 8 Agricultural Production 0100,000200,000300,000350,000 Rice 50,000 Soybean 50,000130,000210,000220,000200,000180,000 Cotton 20,00040, ,000 Corn 20,00040,00060, ,000 Seed Production 4,0005,000 6,000 Rice 2,000 1,000 Soybean 2,0003,000 3,5004,000 Cotton 5001,000 Total Area (ha) 4,000105,000205,000305,000356,000 Rice 2,00052,000 51,000 Soybean 2,00053,000133,000213,500224,000204,000184,000 Cotton ,00041,00061,000 Corn 0020,00040,00060,000

11 Job creation Opportunities for Mozambican's to find jobs Harvest Year 1 Harvest Year 2 Harvest Year 3 Harvest Year 4 Harvest Year 5 Harvest Year 6 Harvest Year 7 Agricultural Production Direct 6501,3101,9602,3502,4952,5622,629 Temporary 3,0793,2993,2011,7731, Total 3,7294,6095,1614,1234,0303,3823,449 Inputs and seeds Production Direct Total Logistics Operation Direct Total TOTAL 4,0814,9975,5884,6114,5433,9003,967

12 Centro de Agronegócio da Fundação Getúlio Vargas Roberto Rodrigues Thank you  +55 (11)


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