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CHINESE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS IN LATAM
KOREAN INVESTMENTS
ASIAN MINING INVESTMENTS IN
LATAM
CHINESE MINING PROJECTS IN LATAM

JAPANESE MINING PROJECTS IN LATAM

MINING
INFRASTRUCTURE
CONCLUSION
1. China is the largest Asian investor in LATAM in both sectors.

2. Brazil is the LATAM country that receives more Asian investments in both sectors.

3. Chile & Peru, Ecuador & Argentina receive more investments in Mining and Infrastructure respectively.

4. Copper, Iron Ore and Energy production are the main LATAM assets that Asia is interested in.

5. Asian investments in the region are not being fully developed


ASIAN INVESTMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA
Mining and Infrastructure
ASIAN INVESTMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA
INVESTMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA
MINING
INFRASTRUCTURE
Primary sector prevails in South America
LATAM Mining is dominated by the private Sector

Chinese investments in LATAM increased dramatically in 2010

Location:
Rio Negro, Argentina.
Owned by:
MCC.
Type of mine
: Underground mine.
Minerals:
Iron ore.
Production:
1 million tons per year apx.
BRAZIL
ITAMINAS MINE
Location:
Mina Gerais, Brazil
Owned by
: East China Mineral Exploration and Development Bureau China
Type of mine:
Open pit mine
Mineral:
Iron ore
Production:
3 million tons per year apx
SERRA AZUL MINE
Location
: Mina Gerais, Brazil
Owned by
: Wuhan Iron & Steel’s (WISCO) has 10.5% of the shares in Mineracao e Metalicos MMX, operator of the mine
Type of mine:
Open pit mine
Mineral:
Iron ore
Production:
6 million tons per year apx.
PERU
TOROMOCHO MINE
Location:
Junín, Peru.
Owned by:
Minera Chinalco Perú S.A a subsidiary of Aluminum Corporation of China (CHINALCO).
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Mineral:
Copper and Molybdenum.
Production:
405.000 tons of Copper and 497.000 tons of Molybdenum per year apx.
CHILE
CHILE
MEXICO
INDIAN MINING PROJECTS IN LATAM
BELLAVISTA MINE
Location:
Atacama, Chile.
Owned by:
70% of the mine share belong to JSW Steel - India and Santa Fe mining company (based in Chile) owns 30%.
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Mineral:
Iron Ore.
Production:
1 million tons per year apx.
LAS TRUCHAS MINE
EL VOLCAN MINE
Location:
Michoacán, Mexico.
Owned by:
Arcelor Mittal through its subsidiary Arcelor Mittal Mexico.
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Mineral:
Iron Ore.
Production:
1,1 million tons per year apx.
Location:
Sonora, Mexico.
Owned by:
Arcelor Mittal through its subsidiary Arcelor Mittal Mexico.
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Mineral:
Iron Ore.
Production:
2 million tons apx.
ESCONDIDA MINE
Location:
Chile.
Owned by:
12, 5 % of the mine shares belong to Japanese consortiums JECO Corporation and JECO 2 LTD integrated by, Mitsubishi Corporation (70%), Mitsubishi Materials (10%) y Nippon Mining & Metals Company (20%).
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Minerals:
Copper, Gold and Silver.
Production
: 1 million tons of Copper per year apx.


COLLAHUASI MINE
Location:
Tarapacá, Chile.
Owned by:
12% of the mine interests belong to Japan Collahuasi Resources B.V. a Japanese consortium led by Mitsui & Co. Ltd.
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Minerals:
Copper.
Production:
400,000 tons per year apx.

LOS PELAMBRES MINE
Location:
Antofagasta, Chile.
Owned by:
40% of the mine shares belong to Japanese consortiums: Nippon LP Investment (25%) y Marubeni & Mitsubishi LP Holding BV (15%).
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Minerals:
Copper, Gold & Molybdenum.
Production:
402,000 tons of Copper and 9, 000 tons of Molybdenum per year apx.

LOS BRONCES
Location:
Region Metropolitana, Chile.
Owned by:
20, 4% of the mine shares belong to Mitsubishi Corp. & 29, 5% of the shares belong to Mitsui Corp (in JV with CODELCO).
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Minerals:
Copper & Molybdenum.
Production:
416,000 tons. of Copper per year apx.

BOLIVIA
JAPANESE MINING PROJECTS IN LATAM
SAN CRISTOBAL MINE
Location:
Potosí, Bolivia.
Owned by:
Sumitomo Corp.
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Minerals:
Zinc, Silver and Lead.
Production:
Aprox. 600,000 tons of zinc- silver-lead per year.


CERRO VERDE MINE
PERU
Location:
Arequipa, Peru
Owned by:
21% of the mine shares belong to Sumitomo Metal Mining
Type of mine:
Open pit mine.
Minerals:
Copper
Production:
Aprox. 300,000 tons per year. ( expected to produce 600,000 tons with the expansion that is being developed)
China
Japan
Korea
India

Main mining investors in LATAM

Chile
Peru
Mexico

Receive most of the mining investment from Asia

Belgrano Cargas Rehabilitation Project
Location:
Argentina.
Description:
Renovation of national rail system, along with the implementation of 1,511 Km of new roads for the Belgrano Cargas, now Argentine Railway Freight and Logistics (TACL -acronym in Spanish).
Project estimated amount:
US$ 2,470 million
Type of Investment:
Financing. US$ 2,100 million from Chinese development bank (CDB), and project carried away by China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC).
Stage:
Project started.
Nestor Kirchner and Jorge Cepernic dams
Location:
Santa Cruz province, Argentina
Description:
Construction of two hydroelectric power plants named President Nestor Kirchner and Governor Jorge Cepernic.
Project estimated amount: US$ 4.717 million
Type of Investment:
Financing US$ 4.717 million from Three Chinese banks:
- China Development Bank Corporation,
- Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited and
- Bank of China Limited
A consortium integrated of China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC), Electroingeniería Cordoba, and Hidrocuyo was awarded with the construction.
Stage:
Construction about to start.
Atucha III, “Proyecto Nacional”
Location:
Buenos Aires province, Argentina
Description:
Construction of the fourth Nuclear Power Plant in Argentina
Atucha III will have a capacity of approximately 800 MW (megawatts)
Project estimated amount: US$ 2000 million
Type of Investment:
Financing US$ 2000 million from China
Stage:
construction about to start

Location:
Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
Description:
Construction of the most modern container terminals in LATAM that aims to provide its services to large modern ships.
Project estimated amount:
US$ 415 million
Type of Investment:
30 year concession to build and operate the project hold by The International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) a company established in the Philippines
Stage:
Finished by the end of 2014
New Container Terminal in La Plata port

Location:
Pará, Xiangu River, Brazil
Description:
Construction of the world third largest hydroelectric power plant behind the Three Gorges Dam in China and the Brazilian-Paraguayan Itaipu Dam.
The planned installed capacity of the dam complex would be 11,233 megawatts (MW
Project estimated amount:
US$18.5 billion
Type of Investment:
Construction and operation carried away by the consortium IE Belo Monte, where State Grid Corporation of China holds 51% of the shares through a Brazilian subsidiary
Stage:
Construction has started.

Belo Monte hydroelectric power plant
Location:
Mina Gerais – Bahia, Brazil
Description:
Construction of a 500 kilometer pipeline to ship fine slurry of water and processed iron ore from Salinas mine in Brazil's Minas Gerais state to the port of Ilheus on the country's Atlantic coast and located in Brazil's Bahia state.
The pipeline is a part of the Salinas mining project.
Project estimated amount:
US$ 4.2 billion
Type of Investment:
100% ownership in Sul Americana de Metais S.A. and its Salinas mining project hold by Honbridge Holding Limited, a Chinese company

Pipeline integrated to the Salinas mining project
GASENE
Natural gas pipeline project
Location:
Rio de Janeiro, Espirito Santo, Parana, Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina
Description:
Constructing GSM mobile communications networks for the most economically developed states along the coastline in Brazil.
The VIVO GSM project is one of the largest mobile projects of Telefonica in recent years.
Project estimated amount: US$ 2 billion
Type of Investment:
Construction carried away by Huawei
Stage:
Finished in 2007.
GSM network for VIVO
PHILIPPINES AND JAPANESE INVESTMENTS
Location:

Mejillones, Antofagasta.
Description:
Construction of a 532MW coal-fired facility.
With 2 coal-fired thermal units of 266 MW gross each.
Provides a transmission line of 220 KV of 153 km of extension.
Project estimated amount
: US$ 2,600 million
Type of Investment
: Construction carried away by Posco Engineering and Construction, a Korean company, and 40% ownership of the plant hold by Mitsubishi Corporation, a Japanese company
Stage:
Under Costruction.
Cochrane project
Location:
Mejillones, Antofagasta.
Description:
Construction of a coal- fired power plant that has two power generating units with an approximate total gross capacity of 750 MW that will occupy pulverized coal as fuel, oil and biomass.
Project estimated amount
:
US$ 1.500 million
Type of Investment:
Construction and operation carried away by South Korea's company SK Constructions
Stage:
Obtaining Licenses.
Infraestructura Energética Mejillones project
CHILE
Location:
Puerto Cortés, Honduras
Description:
The project consists in the design, financing, construction, maintenance, operation and exploitation of the specialized container and general cargo terminal at Puerto Cortes in Honduras. The contract was awarded for 30 years.
The terminal will have about 3,609 feet of quay for containers and 1,312 feet for general cargo; 46 feet of draft; 62.2 hectares (about 154 acres) of total surface area; 12 STS cranes
Project estimated amount:
US $624 million
Type of Investment:
30 year concession to build and operate the project hold by “The International Container Terminal Services Inc.” (ICTSI) a company established in the Philippines
New General Cargo and Container Terminal in Puerto Cortés
Location:
Panama
Description:
Construction of two new sets of locks - one on the Pacific and one on the Atlantic side of the Canal.
The program also entails the widening and deepening of existing navigational channels in Gatun Lake and the deepening of Culebra Cut.
Project estimated amount:
US$ 2.3 billion
Type of Investment:
Financing US$800 million from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)
Stage:
Under construction
Panama Canal Expansion (“Third Set of Locks project”)

Location:
Between the provinces of Napo and Sucumbíos, Ecuador
Description:
Construction of an hydroelectric power plant at an installed power of 1,500 megawatts (MW).
Electricity to 3 cities: Quito, Guayaquil and Cuenca at the same time. 60% of the energy the country needs.
Project estimated amount:
US$2.6 billion.
Type of Investment:
Financing $1.68 billion from The Export-Import Bank of China, and construction carried away by Sinohydro-Andes Joint Venture where Chinese company Sinohydro has 89% of participation
Stage:
Under Construction.
Coca Codo Sinclair project
BRAZIL
ECUADOR
Description:
The project consists in building an infrastructure for marine transport wider than the Panama Canal, which would unite the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It would include a pipeline and a dry route, two ports of deep water, two airports and two free zones.
The new waterway is planned to be 286 km long that includes a 105 km stretch across Lake Cocibolca.
Project estimated amount:
US$40 to US$50 billion.
Type of Investment:
50 year renewable concession to build and operate the project, hold by Hong Kong Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Co. Ltd. (HKND). Financing from HKND with a combination of cross-shareholding, bank lending and debt issuance being settled .
Stage:
Feasibility studies.
Inter-oceanic Grand Canal

Location:
Carabobo, Venezuela
Description:
Construction of a thermoelectric power plant that is designed to have four power units with a total installed capacity of 772MW to provide for the National Electricity System.
Type of Investment:
Construction carried away by Chinese company Sinohydro
Stage:
Finished in 2012

El Palito Thermoelectric Power Plant
VENEZUELA
NICARAGUA
Location:
Rio de Janeiro - Bahia
Description:
Construction of a 1,371 kilometer pipeline
to expand Brazil’s natural gas transportation network by linking gas networks in the southeast to those in the northeast.
The project was divided into three different sections Cacimbas-Vitória (130 km), Cabiúnas-Vitória (303 km), and Cacimbas-Catu (954 km).
Project amount:
US$ 1.9 billion
Type of Investment:
Construction of two of the segments: Cabíunas – Vitória and Cacimbas – Catu carried away by Chinese company Sinopec
Stage:
Finished in 2010
HONDURAS
PANAMA
ARGENTINA
ARGENTINA
SIERRA GRANDE MINE
ARGENTINA
By the end of 2013 LATAM received 12.5% of FDI World Shares

Regional growth rate of 2.2% is forecast for 2014
Asian investments in LATAM, although rising, are lagging relative to the growth of Asian–Latin American trade

Coverage of infrastructure services have improved over the last decade
GAPS REMAIN
ASIAN INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS IN LATAM
China
Korea
Main mining investors in LATAM
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