CzechInvest
Tomas Novak,
Director
CzechInvest, US West
Our Organization
MINISTER
OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE CR
STEERING COMMITTEE
Chicago
Brussels
London Cologne
Paris Prague
Yokohama
Silicon Valley
Hong Kong
Czech Republic
--Highlights
Czech Republic:
EU member
SINGLE MARKET OF
455 million CONSUMERS
Czech Republic
Population 2004
GDP growth 2004
10.2 million
3.1%
Unemployment 2004
Annual inflation 2004
10.3 %
2.9%
Average monthly salary 2003
USD 632
Source: Czech Ministry of Finance, July 2004
2004 –forecast
old members
new members
Top Location for
Offshoring
A.T.KEARNEY Offshore location attractiveness index 2004
India (1)
3.72
China (2)
3.32
Malaysia (3)
Canada (8)
1.00
2.48
1.94
1.68
1.33
2.83
0.62
0.70
0.88
1.57
3.06
1.12
0.86
1.68
2.71
South Africa (17)
Ireland (23)
1.41
2.88
Costa Rica (16)
0.94
0.92
2.99
Hungary (11)
Spain (22)
1.36
3.17
Poland (10)
0.92
2.63
3.59
Chile (9)
0.73
2.02
1.47
Brazil (7)
1.36
1.77
2.64
Philippines (6)
2.09
0.93
3.09
CzechRepublic
Republic (4)
Czech
Singapore (5)
1.31
1.21
2.05
2.48
0.90
0.67
0.94
1.38
People skills and
availability
Business environment
Financial structure
1.39
Note: The numbers in the bars are index numbers. The weight distribution for the three categories is
40:30:30, meaning that the financial structure is rated on a scale of 1 to 4, an that business environment,
and people skills and availability are on a scale of 1 to 3.
Software Development
╌ Entered the CR in 1994, acquisition of NetBeans in 1999
╌ 90 software engineers in Prague develop Java Tools for Sun worldwide
╌ Software development for parent company in Germany
╌ 50 software engineers in Brno
╌ In CR since 1994, Central European expert solution centre in 1998
╌ More than 100 IT professionals
╌ In CR since 1991, European expert solution centre in 2001
╌ investment 8.8 mil. USD
╌ 385 employees
╌ European Configuration Centre for EMEA
╌ IT services – SW and HW support, project management and outsourcing
╌ 250 IT experts in HP Prague
Shared Services
╌ Opened in October 2001 in Prague
╌ Provides accounting and financial services to its global clients from the
manufacturing sector
╌ Now 450 employees working in 12 languages, 1,500 people by 2008
╌ In CR since 2002, Competence Centre for desktop services, 40
employees
╌ Supports desktop users from countries from Central and Eastern Europe
and Scandinavian countries with IT expert services
╌ Opened in September 2004 in Prague
╌ Support to global DHL IT systems, one of three DHL strategic data
centres worldwide
╌ Wants to employ 1,000 people by 2008
╌ In CR since 2004, in Prague
╌ Credit services and IT support, Customer service
╌ Now 300 employees, wants to employ 1,300 people in the near future
Selected U.S.
investment projects
MANUFACTURING
FACILITY
LAIRD TECHNOLOGIES
JOHNSON CONTROLS
MERITOR
OWENS
- ILLINOIS
DELPHI PACKARD
PITSBURGH CORNING
PARKER HANNIFIN
PROCTER &
GAMBLE
EASTMAN CHEMICALS
STRATEGIC
SERVICES OR R&D
JOHNSON CONTROLS
TRW
KIMBERLY -CLARK
EXXON MOBILE
BAXTER LEAR ARROW
PRAGUE
YOUNGER OPTICS EUROPE
EDS
ACCENTURE
INGERSOLL RAND
PHILIP MORRIS
OSTRAVA
HONEYWELL
HAYES LEMMERZ
AVX AEROSPACE
ROPER
WESTVACO
TRW
VISTEON
KIMBERLY -CLARK
PRECISION CAST CORP.
MARS (MASTER FOODS)
TORRINGTON
TCI
DURA AUTOMOTIVE
GILLETTE
ON SEMICONDUCTOR
(MOTOROLA)
METHODE
TYCO
ITW
LEXMARK
HONEYWELL
IBM
TECUMSEH
BRNO
TEXTRON
COLLINS & AIKMAN
OTIS
Update: 8.12.2004.
Prague airport – the next
major hub in Europe?
Number of passengers through Prague airport 1991 - 2004
Source : Czech Airport Authority 2005
Investment Inflow
INVESTMENT INCENTIVES for
--Manufacturing
--Technology Centres and
Centres of Business Support
Services
-- Job Creation in Regions Most
Affected by Unemployment
FDI inflows
Czech Republic
Hungary*
Poland
Slovakia
10000
9000
8000
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit, 2003
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
* Includes estimates of re-invested earnings
FDI stock per capita as of
2003
Czech Republic
4020
Estonia
3997
Hungary
2764
Slovenia
2005
Croatia
1802
Slovakia
1673
Poland
1257
Latvia
1207
Lithuania
Bulgaria
Romania
Russia
1161
462
418
362
Sources: WIIW, Wiener Institut für internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche, February 2004
in EUR
Inflow of foreign direct
investment
„2006-08: Compliance with EU regulations improves the business environment and sustains foreign direct
investment (FDI) inflows of US$3.5bn-4bn annually“. Source: Country Forecast Czech Republic, EIU
1993 – Q3 2004
10
USD 42.1 BILLION
9
8
7
6
USD BN 5
4
3
2
1
0
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
Source: CNB, December 2004
2004 - 2008: Country Forecast, April 2004 Updater, EIU
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
Q1 – Q3 2004: USD 3.5 BILLION
2008
Inflow of FDI
and exchange rates
CZK/EUR
CZK/USD
USD BN
9
45
40
8
7
38
34
34
34
40
35
34
35
36
32
35
34
39
31
35
32
30
30
6
30
29
30
29
27
5
30
27
25
26
FDI
EUR
22
4
23
20
3
15
2
10
1
5
0
USD
0
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Source: Czech National Bank, January 2004, note – exchange rates are not yearly averages, but selected monthly averages
to illustrate the extreme value or trend in that year.
Cumulative FDI inflow by
sector 1993 – 2003
Total EUR: 37.818 billion
Manufacturing 33 %
Financial
intermediation 20 %
Transport, storage and
communications 15 %
Other 5%
Trade, hotels and
restaurants 13 %
Electricity, gas and
water supply 6%
Source: Czech National Bank, March 2004
Real estate and
business activities
8%
Investment mediated by
CzechInvest by sector
Investment commitments mediated: 9,839.9 mil. USD
Other
10%
Wood-processing,
printing, packaging
5%
Textiles
3%
Engineering,
aerospace,metalworkig Glass
4%
2%
Construction
2%
Chemical, plastic,
bitotechnology
10%
Source: CzechInvest, October 2004
Automotive
45%
Electronics,
microelectronics
19%
Cumulative FDI inflow by
country 1993 - 2003
Total EUR: 37.818 billion
1. Germany
2. Netherlands
3. Austria
Sweden 1%
United Kingdom 4%
Switzerland
5%
Japan 1%
Other 11%
Belgium
6%
United States 7%
Germany 32%
France 9%
Austria 11%
Netherlands 13%
Source: Czech National Bank, March 2004
Investment mediated by
CzechInvest by country of origin
Investment commitments mediated: 9,839.9 mil. USD
1. Germany
2. Japan
3. Netherlands
USA
Austria, Taiwan 8%
Switzerland 2%
3%
Benelux
11%
Czech Republic
10%
Canada, Mexico
4%
Denmark, Finland, Norway,
Sweden
1%
France
6%
Germany
27%
Ireland and United Kingdom
5%
Italy, Spain
2%
Source: CzechInvest, October 2004
Japan
21%
More value added projects
1994
2003
Wood-processing
Industry
8%
Construction
industry
14%
R&D
11%
Automotive
industry
29%
Manufacturing
100%
Chemical
industry
14%
Electrical
industry
29%
Business
support
services
19%
Manufacturing
70%
Top 10 CzechInvest
investments
Czech branch
Country
Sector
Japan, France
automotive
850.20
2.000
March 2002
Kolín
Netherlands
electronics
628.84
3.250
February 2000
Hranice na Moravě
Germany
automotive
562.00
600
December
1998
Mladá Boleslav
Nemak Europe s.r.o.
Mexico
automotive
317.15
1.361
November
2000
Havraň
DENSO MANUFACTURING
CZECH s.r.o.
Japan
automotive
254.53
936
May 2001
Liberec
Germany
automotive
237.48
1.458
December
2000
Jihlava
Japan
electronics
235.19
1.182
December
2000
Pardubice
DHL Information Services
(Europe) s.r.o.
United
Kingdom
IT
190.25
866
March 2003
Praha
VDO Česká republika, s.r.o.
Germany
automotive
178.99
1.900
February 2002
Brandýs nad
Labem
Japan
electronics
100.00
900
January 1996
Planá
Toyota Peugeot Citroën
Automobile Czech, s.r.o.
LG. Philips Displays Czech
Republic s.r.o.
Škoda Auto a.s.
BOSCH DIESEL s.r.o.
Panasonic Mobil &
Automotive Systems Czech,
s.r.o.
Matsushita Electric Works
(CZ), s.r.o.
Source : CzechInvest, October 2004
Investment
(mil. USD)
Jobs
Announced
Location
Enterprises under
foreign control
Continual increase of industrial output
Foreign enterprises account for:
-- 35% of employment
-- 47% value added
-- 48 % output
-- 55 % profit
-- Over 70 % of export (EU – 96 %)
Source: Ministry of Industry & Trade, 2002
Czech Contributions to
the US and to the World
╌ Beer battle
╌ over the brand Budweiser – Czech Republic vs Anheuser Busch
╌ 1961
╌ Soft gel contact lense invented
by Otto Wichterle
╌ 1900
╌ Niagara Falls power plant manufactured
in Pilsen
Quiz I
How many jet airplanes were
produced in the Czech Republic
during the last 50 years
A. none, the Czech Republic is not
capable of producing a jet
B. around 500, some of them are still
flying today
C. more than 10,000 trainers and
fighters
?
Quiz II
40 is the
A. average yearly consumption of beer
in the Czech Republic per capita in
gallons
B. number of senators in the Czech
senate
C. the estimated percentage share of
the Czech Republic on European
computer production
Quiz III
The gentleman on this cover of a
California band Faith No More 1997
„Album of the Year“ is:
A. Czech philantropist Milos Neruda,
who financially supported the
band in the 80’s
B. The first Czechoslovak
prezident, Tomas Garrigue
Masaryk
C. One of the Czech passengers on
the Titanic
THANK YOU
Tomas Novak
[email protected]
www.czechinvest.org
CzechInvest, the Investment and Business Development Agency, is an agency
of the Ministry of Industry & Trade of the Czech Republic
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