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Investing & Doing Business in South Africa
Investing & Doing Business in South Africa
Content
Content
1. South Africa, SADC, Africa
1. South Africa, SADC, Africa
1. South Africa, SADC, Africa
1. South Africa, SADC, Africa
1. South Africa, SADC, Africa
1. South Africa, SADC, Africa
2. Economy
2. Economy
2. Economy - Trade
2. Economy - Trade
2. Economy – Fiscal position
2. Economy – Fiscal position
3. Competitiveness & Doing Business
3. Competitiveness & Doing Business
3. Competitiveness & Doing Business
3. Competitiveness & Doing Business
4. Success Stories
4. Success Stories
4. Success Stories
4. Success Stories
5. Opportunities (Industrial Plan)
5. Opportunities (Industrial Plan)
5. Opportunities (IPAP)
5. Opportunities (IPAP)
6. Major Investment Programme
6. Major Investment Programme
Incentives
Incentives
Incentives
Incentives
Incentives
Incentives
Incentives
Incentives
Conclusion
Conclusion

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1 Investing & Doing Business in South Africa

Investing & Doing Business in South Africa

Sofia, Nov 2012

2 Content

Content

1. South Africa, Southern Africa & Africa 2. Economic Facts and Trends 3. Competitiveness and Doing Business 4. Economic Success Stories 5. Investment Opportunities 6. Investment Incentives & Support 7. Conclusion

3 1. South Africa, SADC, Africa

1. South Africa, SADC, Africa

4 1. South Africa, SADC, Africa

1. South Africa, SADC, Africa

SADC FTA signed in August 2008 – market of 250 million consumers Future FTA with SADC,COMESA & EAC with a market of 800 million consumers Africa with population of over 900 million and growing economy

5 1. South Africa, SADC, Africa

1. South Africa, SADC, Africa

Area 1,22 million km2 Population 50,6m (estimate) 11 Official languages with English the business language Total GDP: 2011 R2 964 bn (US$ 409 bn) GDP 2011 per capita: R 58 549 (US$ 8 075) Real GDP Growth: 3.1% (2011) Inflation (CPI): 5% (2011 annual average) Main Exports; minerals & mineral products, precious metals & metal products, chemical & food products, automotives & components. Main trading partners: China, USA, Japan Germany, India & the UK.

6 2. Economy

2. Economy

1994 THEN

2004

IN 2011

GDP (billions)

R 482 US$ 60

R 1 374 US$ 171

R 2 964 US$ 408,8

Merchandise exports (billions)

R 69, 8 US$ 8.7

R 281,8 US$ 35.2

R671 US$ 92,5

GDP Growth

3,2%

4,6%

3,1 %

YEAR

Africa - GDP at US$ 1.9 trillion - GDP Growth rate at 4.5 % (2011) projected to 5% (2013)

7 2. Economy - Trade

2. Economy - Trade

Import Country

Rand (millions)

Export Country

Rand (millions)

1. China

85,297

1. China

103,130

2. United States

59,629

2. Germany

77,263

3. United States

58,395

3. Japan

55,295

4. Japan

34,527

4. Germany

43,168

5. United Kingdom

28,681

5. Saudi Arabia

32,300

6. India

29,195

6. India

24,333

7. United Kingdom

29,144

7. Netherlands

21,504

8. Iran

26,697

8. Switzerland

21,373

8 2. Economy – Fiscal position

2. Economy – Fiscal position

Budget balance at -4.6 % (2011) Decline to 3% by 2014 Current Account : -4% of GDP Balance of Payment: +0.3% Foreign reserves: US$ 51 bn Capital Formation: 20% of GDP

9 3. Competitiveness & Doing Business

3. Competitiveness & Doing Business

Vast mineral resources: No.1 for PGM, Chrome, Manganese No.3 for Gold, Coal & Corporate Tax rate of 28% Well developed legal system bases on sound constitution Well developed & independent public institution (legal, economic etc) Prime Interest Rates at 8.5% Gateway to Sub-Saharan Africa JSE top 15 of global exchanges Well developed infrastructure: 3 of Africa’s busiest International airports (JNB, CTN, DBN) Africa’s largest container Port in Durban Mobile telecoms subscription at over 90% Well developed rail & road infrastructure Over 40 000 MW electrical generation capacity & network

10 3. Competitiveness & Doing Business

3. Competitiveness & Doing Business

Preferential Export market access: EU (FTA and TDCA) SADC USA- AGOA (Africa Growth Opportunity Act) Future Trilateral Free Trade Area (SADC-EAC-COMESA) Preferentila trade with India & Mercusor Special Export Zones (SEZ) Coega Port & Industrial Zone (heavy industries) East London Industrial Zone (Automotive Cluster)

11 4. Success Stories

4. Success Stories

Successful automotive cluster 272 000 exports from BMW (3 series), Mercedes Benz (C-Class), Toyota pick up, VW Polo, Ford Pick up, Nissan Pickup Exports to USA (C-class, 3-er) UK (Polo, Toyota pickup, Ford Pickup, Japan (C-class), Australia (Toyota, C-Class), GM 14% of Global Catalytic convertor supply 40-70% local content

12 4. Success Stories

4. Success Stories

Coal & Gas to Liquid Technologies Sasol Fischer-Tropsch Process Deep Mining Technologies Some of deepest mines in the world (3 km) Mobile solutions & technologies Mobile banking & transactions

13 5. Opportunities (Industrial Plan)

5. Opportunities (Industrial Plan)

Metals Cluster Steel Profiles, Construction steel, Piping, Locomotives & wagons, Industrial components Automotive Component and systems manufacturing Trucks, busses, tractors and special vehicles Agro Industries High value intensive agriculture Food processing for export markets Green Industries Solar panels and PV cells Wind turbines Chemicals, Pharma & Plastics Polypropelene articles & components Pharmaceuticals (APIs)

14 5. Opportunities (IPAP)

5. Opportunities (IPAP)

Advanced Manufacturing Nuclear components Aerospace and defence components and systems Titanium metal products Nanotechnologies Business Process Services Back Office Operations (Financial, medical, legal etc) Call Centers Remote & Offshore support services

15 6. Major Investment Programme

6. Major Investment Programme

Economic Infrastructure Euro 30 billion for Rail infrastructure & rolling stock (2012-2015) Euro 300 billion for Nuclear Power plants (2014 – 2030) Euro 10 billion for sea port expansions Nanotechnologies Automotive Cluster Euro 200 million Mercedez Benz recap (2013) Euro 100 million Nissan expansion Euro 100 million VW expansion & localisation Other Euro 100 million renewable energy programme

16 Incentives

Incentives

Incentive

Benefit

Main Conditions

The Enterprise Investment Program (EIP)

The EIP (manufacturing) is a cash grant for locally based manufacturers who wish to establish a new production facility, expand an existing facility or upgrade an existing facility in the clothing and textiles sectors

the EIP will be used to stimulate investment within manufacturing and tourism, it will also be used to deliver on some of the IPAP's key performance areas, as well as priority sectors.

Foreign Investment Grant

To compensate qualifying foreign investors for the cost of moving qualifying new machinery and equipment from abroad to SA.

Foreign investors only

Industrial Development Zone

Exemption from VAT when sourcing goods and services from South African customs territory and duty-free imports of raw materials and inputs for export

Prospective IDZ operator companies must apply for permits to develop and operate an IDZ

17 Incentives

Incentives

Incentive

Benefit

Main Conditions

Section 12i Tax Allowance

Tax deductions of up to R 900m depending on status viz. preferred or qualifying projects. Training allowance/ deduction of up to R30m or R36 000 per employee.

Valid until December 2015 Capital investment > R 200m

Critical Infrastructure Fund

Infrastructure projects intended to service IDZ, shall qualify for a grant of 30% of the qualifying infrastructure development cost

The minimum qualifying infrastructure development cost is R15m

The Location Film & Television production Incentive

To encourage and attract large budget films and television productions that will contribute towards SA economic development and international profile and increase foreign direct investment

Foreign owned qualifying productions

18 Incentives

Incentives

BPO & O Investment Incentive

The BPO&O Investment Incentive comprises an Investment Grant and a Training Support Grant towards costs of company-specific training. The incentive is offered to local and foreign investors

Local and foreign investors establishing projects that aim primarily to serve offshore clients

Incentive

Benefit

Main Conditions

Competitiveness Improvement Programme

Grants are to be used for the following interventions: World-class manufacturing principles. Training Labour relations and employee wellness programmes Product related Supply chain integration Industrial engineering Competitiveness improvement Bottom line business processes

Clothing and Textile companies and clusters

19 Incentives

Incentives

Automotive Investment Scheme (AIS

Motor vehicle assemblers/manufactures. Motor component manufacturers

Incentive

Benefit

Main Conditions

Production Incentive (PI)

Aims to help the industry upgrade its processes, products and people.

Clothing manufacturers Textiles manufacturers Cut, Make and Trim (CMT) operators Footwear manufacturers Leather goods manufacturers and Leather processors (specifically for leather goods and footwear industries).

A taxable cash grant of 20 percent of the value of qualifying investment in productive assets

Manufacturing Competitiveness Enhancement Programme (MCEP)

The MCEP comprises two sub-programmes: The Production Incentive (PI) i.e. 7% to 5% of the manufacturing value added. Industrial Financing Loan Facilities viz: Pre-/Post-Dispatch Working Capital Industrial Policy Niche Projects Fund

The MCEP is available to South African-registered entities engaged in manufacturing Standard Industrial Classification (SIC 3), engineering services that support manufacturing, and conformity assessment agencies (SIC 88220) servicing the manufacturing sector.

20 Conclusion

Conclusion

Contact Details the dti Call Centre: 0861 843 384 the dti Switchboard: +27 12 394 0000 Investment Promotion: +27 12 394 1339/1032 Website: www.thedti.gov.za E-mail: investmentsa@thedti.gov.za Postal Address: Private Bag X 84, Pretoria 0001 South Africa

Sector Information Finance to explore investment opportunities in SA Facilitating direct Government support in the form of: - information on investing in SA and the Business Environment - detailed investment Incentives - investment facilitation - after care – ongoing contact

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