Your destination for investment, growth and innovation. Raúl Landeros Bruni Secretary of Economic Development Aguascalientes State Government

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Your destination for investment,

growth and innovation

Raúl Landeros Bruni Secretary of Economic Development

Aguascalientes State Government

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Our Advantages

1. National and International Renown.

2. Logistic Advantages.

3. Infrastructure and Industrial Development.

4. Business Environment.

5. Human Capital.

6. Quality of Life.

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Aguascalientes is one of the main entities for investment.

5th city within the Top 10 Large

American cities of The Future 2013/14 – Cost Effectiveness

AA+ (Mex) BBB+ (International)

Mx AA

1.1 National and International Recognition

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Among the top 12 locations in the world for growth and investment.

SITE SELECTION

High Satisfaction in Employment, Family and Environment.

ASOCIACIÓN IMAGINA MÉXICO

The Little Giant. A state that boasts a thriving economy.

TIME

State Governor Carlos Lozano de la Torre, was named for the second consecutive year as one of the 300 most influential LÍDERES

MEXICANOS

3rd out of 32 states evaluated in the State Competitiveness Index. IMCO

The expected GDP growth for Aguascalientes will be far superior to the national average. BANAMEX

2nd best place in México for doing business.

WORLD BANK

1.2 National Leadership

4 Aguascalientes stands out as a dynamic and growing economy

Index Population Welfare Banorte

America’s car capital will soon be…

MEXICO - AGUASCALIENTES. FORBES

JEWEL OF THE COUNTRY that has offset the effects of the National Economic slowdown

FORBE MÉXICO

The 5th. Location Greater Profitability

In the top 10 Large Cities category Cost Effectiveness FDi AMERICAN CITIES

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1.3 Consitency

Source: Doing Business 2014 database.

Note: Rankings for all states are updated to May 2014.

2014

2012

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Our Advantages

1. National and International Renown.

2. Logistic Advantages.

3. Infrastructure and Industrial Development.

4. Business Environment.

5. Human Capital.

6. Quality of Life.

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2.1 Mexico Free Trade Agreements

Source: ProMÉXICO

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Free Trade Agreements NAFTA: Canada and the United States

FTA EU-MX: European Union and its member states EFTA: Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein G3-FTA: Colombia and Venezuela

NTFTA: Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras EPA: Japan

FTA: Bolivia FTA: Chile FTA: Costa Rica FTA: Israel Economic Complementation Agreements. (ECA) ECA: Argentina ECA: Bolivia ECA: Brazil ECA: Cuba ECA: Paraguay ECA: Peru ECA: Uruguay ECA: Mercosur

Partial Scope Agreements.(PSA)

PSA: Eduador PSA: Panama PSA: Paraguay

Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements. (APPI): Latin America and the Caribbean

Argentina, Cuba, Panamá, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay Europe

Austria, Belarus, Belgium-Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom Asia-Pacific

Australia, China, India, Korea, Singapore Trans-Pacific Partnership Pact Pacific Alliance: Chile, Colombia and Peru

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Aguascalientes

•Strategic geographic location in the heartland of Mexico.

•Total surface of 5,616 Km2

•Average yearly temperature of 18.5° C •Located in a non-seismic area

•11 municipalities

•Population of 1.27 million •Median age is 25 years old

2.2 Aguascalientes at a glance

Source: INEGI 2013, CNA, 2011

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51.3 %

of the Country’s foreign

trade activity.

58.4 million

potential consumers

2.3 Strategic Position

Located within the most dynamic economic area in the country

Source: INEGI 2013, SE 2011

Monterrey

Guadalajara

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2.4 Strategic Position

Source: SCT 2013 Mexico City 510 km Guadalajara, Jal 216 km Monterrey, NL 579 km Nuevo Laredo 786 km Piedras Negras, 925 km Mazatlán 710 Km Manzanillo 503 km Altamira, Tam 620 km Veracruz 900 km Leon, Gto 125 km SLP 163 km Zacatecas 124 km 10

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• At the heart of the Country’s economic activity.

• Part of NASCO corridor.

• Ferromex and Kansas City Southern.

• 2,314 km of highway networks.

2.5 Land Connections

Source: SDE, INEGI

Altamira Tampico

Manzanillo

Cd. de México Calexico, Mex.

Eagle Pass, Piedras Negras Kansas, City

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2.6 Aguascalientes International Airport

Source: SECTURE, 2014

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Estimated flight time

•Mexico City (20 flights / day) 1 hr

•Dallas, TX (4 flights / day) 2 hr

•Houston, TX (14 flights / week) 1 hr 45 min

•Tijuana, BC (10 flights / week) 2 hr 35 min

•Los Angeles, CA (6 flights / week) 2 hr 50 min

•Cancún, QR (4 flights / week) 2 hr 20 min

•Monterrey, NL (17 flights / week) 1 hr 10 min

•Puerto Vallarta, JAL (4 flights / week) 1 hr 20 min

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• USD $6.7 Billion in exports per year, and rising.

• Local office handles foreign trade for Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi States.

• Cargo area project for the International Airport.

2.7 Internal Customs Office

Source: INEGI 2013

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Our Advantages

1. National and International Renown.

2. Logistic Advantages.

3. Infrastructure and Industrial Development.

4. Business Environment.

5. Human Capital.

6. Quality of Life.

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• Triple connection to National Power Grid.

• Infrastructure redundancy to ensure permanent power supply.

• Only one of its kind in Mexico.

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Aguascalientes State Government

3.2 Industrial Parks

SOURCE: FDIA 2014

• Subsidized land in State-owned parks.

• Prices aim to recover costs of infrastructure, rather than profit.

• Services included per hectare.

PILA PISF IV ELECTRICITY 250 KVA’s / Ha. 300 KVA’s / Ha. FRESH WATER 0.17 lt/seg/Ha. 0.5 lt/seg/Ha. 16 1 2 4 12 11 10 5 7 3 9 6 8 12 Estatales 1. Calvillo (PICA) 2. Chichimeco (PICH) 3. El Llano (PILL)

4. Gigante de los Arellano (PIGA) 5. Logística Automotriz (PILA) 6. San Francisco I

7. San Francisco II 8. San Francisco III 9. San Francisco IV 10. Tecnopolo I (PITP I) 11. Tecnopolo II (PITP II)

12. Valle de Aguascalientes (PIVA)

5 Privados

13. Altec 14. Siglo XXI 15. El Vergel

16. Douki Seisan (NISSAN A2) 17. FINSA 2 Municipales 18. Rafael Medina 19. Ciudad Industrial 16 15 14 17 13 19 18

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• Public policies to promote responsible use of our natural resources.

• Environmental education programs.

• Renewable energy projects.

• First place nationwide in water treatment.

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Our Advantages

1. National e International Renown.

2. Logistic Advantages.

3. Infrastructure and Industrial Development.

4. Business Environment.

5. Human Capital.

6. Quality of Life.

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• Over 45 years without a strike in the industrial sector.

• High efficiency and productivity; low personnel turnover.

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Companies in Aguascalientes work together to become more efficient and competitive.

GIA

Group of Industrialists of Aguascalientes, cooperates to improve workplace productivity.

GEJA

Group of Japanese Enterprises in Aguascalientes, focuses on HR and human capital development for Japanese companies.

4.2 Industry Support Network

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4.4. Foreign Companies in Aguascalientes

To date, there are more than 130 companies from 27 countries with investments in the State. Over half of the main international companies are from Japan, followed by the US and Germany.

Source: Undersecretary of Investment Promotion and Foreign Trade, SDE Dec.2014

Japan 51% USA 24% Germany 4% Spain 3% France 3% CanadA 2% South Korea 2% Colombia 2% China 2% Others 7%

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NUEVO LEÓN

4.5 Location of the Automotive Industry in Mexico

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4.5 Location of the Automotive Industry in Mexico

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Ags 2013 Ags 1982 Mor 1966 SLP 2008 Gto 1995 Coah 1981 México 1965 Coah 2013 Coah 1995 Toluca 1964 Gto 2011 Puebla 1965 Sonora 1986 Chih 1983 Méx 1964 Jalisco 1994 Gto 2014 Gto 2014 BC 2004 SLP 2015 Ags 2015 Puebla 2016 Nuevo León, N/A

Automotive companies in Mexico

Total production. Domestic and Export Markets. January to December 2014.

(units)

4.6 The Automotive Industry in Mexico

Source: AMIA

Producción Total Production Export Production Producción de Exportación Producción Mercado Interno Production Domestic

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Automotive Industry in Mexico

Total production per year. major Brands 2014-2021

(millions of units)

Nissan (Daimler-Infiniti) – 1.1 million units by 2020

4.6 The Automotive Industry in Mexico

Source: AMIA, 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Nissan General Motors Volkswagen Ford Chrysler Honda KIA Toyota Mazda BMW Audi Fiat 3.2 3.4 3.6 4.2 4.5 4.8 4.9 5.0

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Automotive production in Mexico Produced units ene-oct 2014. (units) 20.7% 3.6% 3.0% 2.6% 21.0% 17.6% 16.5% 15.1% 27

37%

Production in 2016 Japanese marks will be

2.26

million total units

• New plants in Mexico (MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

Japanese automakers

29.9%

4.6 The Automotive Industry in Mexico

Source: KPMG,

COMPANY INVESTMENT LOCATION

NISSAN-RENAULT 2,000 AGUASCALIENTES M.BENZ-INFINITI 1,360 AGUASCALIENTES AUDI 1,300 PUEBLA

BMW 1,000 SAN LUIS POTOSÍ HONDA 800 GUANAJUATO MAZDA 770 GUANAJUATO KIA 150 NUEVO LEON

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4.7 Mid-México : The New Automotive Frontier

Fuente IHS

Mid-Mexico Volume

Northern Mexico Volume

Northern Mexico volume is stable

through 2020

Mid-Mexico volume will more than double through

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Aguascalientes:

Wage Classification Area “B”

High quality of life, low cost of living.

Minimum turnover ratios for industry.

4.7 Competitive Costs

Source: CONASAMI, 2013

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• Permanent and efficient support for the industrial, commercial and service sectors.

• Guidance in Government procedures.

• Personalized attention.

4.8 Proactive Government

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• Recruitment Support.

• Financial Aid for trainees (equivalent to 1-2 minimum daily wages)

• Lasting up to two months.

• Ongoing program, able to reapply for each new hiring.

4.9 Training Aid

*Program is subject to availability.

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INDUSTRY

GOVERNMENT

ACADEMY

ACADEMY – INDUSTRY – GOVERNMENT

The purpose of this model is to complement the studen’t professional development, inserting him/her into world-class companies with a production system using state of the art technology, easing his/her development in an environment of discipline and efficiency.

70% Investment 30% Investment Human Capital COMPANIES INTERESTED IN ADOPTING THIS MODEL

4.10 Connection Model

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• The availability of services in the automotive industry keeps growing, and some companies

have established their design and engineering centers, such as:

• There are close to 100 professionals at work at the CalsonicKansei Mexicana Design Center, focused on: design, modeling, virtual validation, and product administration; supporting CalsonicKansei’s offices in the USA and Brazil.

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• Companies work together and share knowledge.

• State-of-the-art labs for packaging, machining and automation.

• Supplier development and certification.

• Hosted by the Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM).

4.11 CeDIAM

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• One of the most important Auto-parts Shows in Mexico. • Showroom • Business Networking • Discussion Panels • Company Tours • Micro assessment

4.11 CeDIAM

35 4 – 5 September 2014

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Our Advantages

1. National and International Renown.

2. Logistic Advantages.

3. Infrastructure and Industrial Development.

4. Business Environment.

5. Human Capital.

6. Quality of Life.

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• State Population 1’272,433 inhabitants.

• 80% live in the Aguascalientes Metropolitan Area.

• A half of the population is under 25 years old.

• 2.4 average number of children per family

5.1 Young Population

Source: INEGI, CENSO POBLACIÓN

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• 2,012 education institutions.

• Full coverage in English and computer labs.

• Average school attendance is 10.4 years.

5.2 Education Coverage

Sources: IEA, 2014-2015, ENOE, PEA Q3 2014

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• 5 top ranking universities in the country

• 38 higher education institutions.

• 20,908 new graduates per year.

• 1°place in number of engineers and technicians per capita.

5.3 Higher Education

Sources: IEA, 2012-2013 , CANIETI

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• Enrolment according to major

5.3 Higher Education

Source: IEA , 2012-2013 40 37.69% 30.93% 10.04% 10.19% 5.06%

2.71% 1.42% 1.96% Ciencias Sociales, LAE y Derecho

Ingeniería, Manufactura y Construcción Ciencias de la Salud

Educación

Artes y Humanidades

Ciencias Exactas, Naturales y Computación Agronomía y Medicina Veterinaria

Servicios

Social Sciences, Business Admin. And Law Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction Health sciences

Education

Arts and Humanities

Nature, Exact and Computer Sciences Agronomy and Veterinarian Medicine Services

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New UAA South Campus with innovative programs.

• Automotive Engineering.

• Robotics Engineering.

• Biomedical Engineering.

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Our Advantages

1. National and International Renown.

2. Logistic Advantages.

3. Infrastructure and Industrial Development.

4. Business Environment.

5. Human Capital.

6. Quality of Life.

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• 9 general hospitals. • 2 specialty hospitals. • International services • Japanese Clinic

6.1 Health

Source: INEGI, 2012

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74% of the population lives in their own home. Services coverage:

Electricity 99.2%

Sewage 98.1%

Fresh water 94.9%

First place nationwide in coverage of these three services. INEGI 2013

6.2 Housing and Services

Source: INEGI, 2010

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• Gated residential areas with golf courses.

• International and bilingual schools.

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• Single Control Police.

• State of the art intelligence system and information sharing.

6.3 Public Safety

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• Symphonic Orchestra • Museums • Theatres • Cinemas • Shopping centers • Sports clubs

• Excellent hotel and restaurant infrastructure

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• San Marcos National Fair

• Calaveras Cultural Festival

6.4 Culture & Entertainment

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Av. Universidad 1001 Torre Plaza Bosques Piso 8 Fracc. Bosques del Prado CP 20127

Aguascalientes, Ags. T. +52 (449) 910 2611 Ext. 5921

aguascalientes.gob.mx

Raúl Landeros Bruni

Secretary of Economic Development Aguascalientes State Government

raul.landeros@aguascalientes.gob.mx

M. Adalberto Ortega Chávez

Undersecretary for Economic Development Aguascalientes State Government

adalberto.ortega@aguascalientes.gob.mx

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