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COLOMBIA Investment Environment and Business Opportunities in Colombia

Hospitality and Tourism InfrastructureHospitality and Tourism Infrastructure2012

About us

Proexport is Colombias entity in charge of the promotion of International Tourism, Foreign Direct p g

Investment, and non-traditional exports

EXPORTS INVESTMENT TOURISM

Proexports network: 28 offices around the worldand 8 offices in Colombia

Investment Portfolio

Seminar for investors already installed1

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Promotion Activities

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Familirization Trips / media8

Tourism Portal9 Tourism Portal9

Added Value Institutional Presence10

Some recent investment projects supported by Proexport

Established one of its two world class R&D centers.

Opened a new Data Center oriented to Systems Integration, Outsourcing and Support Services.

Opened a new global service center in Medellin

Develop a Sugarcane ethanol project on aproximately 10,000 hectares.

Opened a new business hotel offering 264 rooms, located in the heart of Bogotas financial district.

Acquired the assets of ESI de Colombia. ESI is a value added reseller of industrial electrical equipment an engineering services

General facts

In terms of population, Colombia is 2 times bigger than Australia, 4 times bigger than Belgium and almost 3

times bigger than Chile

Colombia borders two oceans, The Pacific and the Atlantic

Colombia is one of the most biodiversity countries worldwide

Most stable growth of any country in the region since the 1970s.

F i I t t i C l bi h i d 330%Foreign Investment in Colombia has increased over 330% in 8 years

Colombia have preferential access to more than 1.5 pbillion consumers, thanks to international trade agreements.

The world is talking about Colombia

The Colombian comeback: from

The countrys $370bn economy is booming, with output growing at 6 per cent a year. A

free trade deal has been closed with the US d f i i t t i lli iThe Colombian comeback: from

nearly failed state to emerging global player.

and foreign investment is rolling in, especially into mining and energy.

The nation enjoys economic and political stability, a hard-working and

entrepreneurial culture, high levels of productivity and performance in selected

Colombia is emerging as an attractive destination for investors as it works to

distance itself from its troubled past.S b 18 2011productivity and performance in selected

sectors and a number of world-class companies.

September 18, 2011

The largest economies in a crisis

where the emerging economies are becoming their strategic allies

COLOMBIACOLOMBIADestination for investment

in Hospitality and Tourism Infrastructure

Colombia is the second most attractive country for investment in Latin America in the next 3 years.

If you were to invest in a Latin American country in the next 3 years, where would you invest?

68%38% 25% 25% 18%

Brazil Colombia Chile Mexico Peru

Source: Investor perception research JP Morgan Chase Bank Co.

In GDP terms, Colombia is the 28th largest economy in the world measure in PPP terms.

GDP (PPP)

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423387 378 367 348

( )US $ Billion - 2011

301 298278 272

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Colombia positions itself as one of the economies leading growth in the region

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During the last 10 years, Colombia decreased significantly its inflation and showed a constant GDP growth.

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Inflation (%)

Source: EIU, DANE, Trading Economics, Banco de la Repblica (Colombia)

2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12

GDP per capita adjusted to PPP almost reach the US$10,000

Colombias GDP per Capita (PPP)*,2000 2011 (US$)

8.838 9.920

5.826 6.817

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2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

GDP Per Capita adjusted to prices at purchasing power parity (PPP)GDP Per Capita adjusted to prices at purchasing power parity (PPP)Source: EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit)(May 9, 2012)

According to international standards, Colombia classified in Upper Middle Income Economies.

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The twenty-third largest population in the world; The second most numerous Spanish-speaking population

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Population Millions of People 2011*

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Source: EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit)*Forecast; (February 7, 2012)

Macroeconomic stability

GDP, Inflation and Unemployment rate (%) 2002 2011(Annual Average)

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Inflation

Source: DANE- Colombia Central Bank - EIU: Economist Intelligence Unit Forecaste: Estimated (February 2012)

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Colombia reached the highest FDI flow in history

FDI, 2000 2011US $Million

Main investing countriesAccumulated 2000 2011**

10.252 10.564

13.234United States US $9,595 million Share of 24 8%

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Share of 24.8%

EnglandUS $5,684 million Share of 14.7%

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SpainUS $3,431 million Share of 8.9%

Canada

Variation 20102011: +92%*Fig res obtained thro gh the foreign c rrenc balance of the Bank of the Rep blic

CanadaUS $1,373 million Share of 3.6%

FDI with Sab Miller investment

*Figures obtained through the foreign currency balance of the Bank of the Republic. **Share of all countries with positive cumulative investment, without reinvested profits or investments in the oil sector. Accumulated value 2000

2011: US $38,615 millionNote: the list of the top countries investing in Colombia does not include Anguilla or Panama, in third and fourth place.

Source: Bank of the Republic - Balance of Payments

Colombia is third in the region in terms of FDI into thecountry as a percentage of GDP

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Inward Direct Investment US$ bn.

6.126.12Inward FDI flow/GDP(%)

Source: EIU, Banco de la Republica

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