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3 ABOUT THIS REPORT In this institutional profile you will know, in a concise and objective manner, the full potential, magnitude and differentials of Santa Catarina and Joinville, its largest city, with this quick reference guide. In a simplified report format, we seek to update official data annually, with the goal of creating, from now on, a template with a historical perspective of the main regional indicators - something rare to find in a single source. We thus hope to share with our various stakeholders useful, relevant and strategic information, that will make us, each time more, the focus of attention for new ventures. 3 JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

4 CONTENTS 4 SANTA CATARINA SANTA CATARINA IN NUMBERS...6 Area, population, GDP, Economy AMONG THE RICHEST...7 Facts and regional wage by category ECONOMIC SEGMENTS BY REGION...8 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT...10 IFDM, Industrial Park and Foreign Trade INFRASTRUCTURE...12 Ports, roadways, railways, airports, energy,. natural gas, telecommunications, water/sanitation HUMAN DEVELOPMENT...14 HDI and other indices, Health and Education IMMIGRANTS IN SANTA CATARINA...15 History, tourism potential, geography and climate

5 JOINVILLE WHY JOINVILLE...16 Key indicators HISTORY...18 History, population trends, education, religion, motor vehicles, geography and climate DISTANCES FROM JOINVILLE...21 ECONOMY...22 Companies by economic sector, main products, exports x imports, formal labor market, taxes, bank branches INDICATORS...24 Reference costs in Joinville, meal prices and population distribution by income INFRASTRUCTURE...26 Electricity, water & sanitation, public cleaning, urban public transport, railway, road & highway network, taxi service, hotel network and tourism, events & leisure infrastructure, major fairs and events, media and business organizations LOGISTICS...32 Highways, railways, ports and airports HUMAN DEVELOPMENT...34 Health structure, quality of life indices, culture, tourism, leisure and events, sports and security PROFESSIONAL TRAINING...39 Institutions of higher education and professional technical training TAX BENEFITS...41 INDUSTRIAL CONDOMINIUM MAP OF THE REGION...46 IMPORTANT CONTACTS JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

6 Santa Catarina in numbers 6 The municipality of Joinville is located in the state of Santa Catarina, one of the most developed in Brazil. Situated in the center of the southern region, Santa Catarina is strategically positioned in relation to Mercosur and to key Brazilian markets. AREA 95, km2 POPULATION 6,317,054 (IBGE 2011 estimate) The population density is 66 inhabitants per square kilometer, distributed in 295 municipalities. SC GDP R$ billion, occupying the 7th position in the Brazilian ranking GDP PER CAPITA R$ 24,300, the largest in the southern region and the fourth largest in Brazil. The national average is R$ 19, % Agricultural 32.8% Industry 65.6% is the percentage of economically active people in Santa Catarina. 59% Trade and services PARTICIPATION OF ECONOMIC SEC- TORS IN SANTA CATARINA S GDP SOURCE: IBGE CENSUS

7 SC among the richest states in Brazil The percentage of people in the income classes A and B also makes SC one of the richest states in the country, according to Exame magazine (29/06/2011). Additionally, Santa Catarina s cities have registered growth above the national average. (Diário Catarinense 13/12/2012) Regional minimum wage by worker category Since March 2011, a regional minimum wage has been in place in SC. In 2012, the average increase was 9.3%. According to Dieese-SC estimates, a million workers are benefited by Catarinenses regional wage floor level. (A Notícia, 01/16/) 340% is how much Santa Catarina grew in the last three decades, well above the national average. Brazil s 7th richest state, its GDP accounts for 4.04% of the national wealth. It is among the top ten exporting states, with a share of 3.54% of the total in Seventh state of Federal Revenue in 2011, accounting for 3.09% of the Brazilian total. VALUE IN 2012 R$ 765 CATEGORIES Workers in agriculture and livestock production, processing and extractive industries, fisheries, construction, musical instrument and toy industries, equestrian establishments, motorcycle couriers and transport drivers in general, domestic workers. 7 Average monthly household income: R$ 3, (SC) X R$ 2, (Brazil) It has the third highest average household income in the country, behind Distrito Federal (R$ 5,473.24) and São Paulo (R$ 3,308.97). It has the lowest proportion of low-income in the country: 2.12% have a monthly income of up to R$ Six in ten Catarinenses (people from Santa Catarina) of the economically active population work in micro and small enterprises. R$ 835 R$ 793 R$ 875 Chemical and pharmaceutical, film, food industries, general trading, employees of autonomous trade agents. Clothing and footwear industries, spinning and weaving, leather, paper, cardboard and cork articles, newspapers and magazines distributors and sellers, management of companies owning newspapers and magazines, health services, and furniture industries. Metal mechanical and electrical material, graphics, glass, crystals, mirrors, ceramics industry, rubber products, insurance, capitalization and credit, buildings and condominiums, jewelry industry, school administration assistants, culture, data processing workers and drivers. JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

8 North Furniture West 8 Food Furniture Highland Plateau Pulp and paper Forestry Economic segments by region MAP OF THE STATE OF SANTA CATARINA

9 Northeast Plastic Products Motor vehicles / auto parts Machinery and equipment Fishery Electrical equipment and materials Metallurgy and metal products Itajai Valley Fishery Ceramics Naval Industry Textiles and Clothing Motor vehicles / auto parts 9 Southeast Fishery Technology / IT Naval Industry South Fishery Textiles and Apparel Metallurgy and metal products Ceramics Plastic Products Mining JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

10 Third most developed in the country Santa Catarina is undoubtedly a promising state. Each year, there s a growing interest of companies investing in this region, and it s not by chance. The Firjan Municipal Economic Development Index (IFDM) brought in its latest edition Santa Catarina s advancement in the ranking of the country s most developed states. From its former fourth position, SC jumped to third, ahead of Rio de Janeiro and only behind São Paulo and Paraná. The Index also showed that of the 295 cities in Santa Catarina, 26 showed high development, five of them placing among the 100 municipalities with the highest index in the country: Blumenau, Brusque, Florianópolis, Joinville and Chapecó. SANTA CATARINA S LEAP The State is now the third most developed in the country, ahead of Rio de Janeiro. (* IFDM variation between 2009 and 2010) 10 STATE São Paulo Paraná Santa Catarina Rio de Janeiro Minas Gerais Rio Grande do Sul Espírito Santo Distrito Federal Goiás Ceará * The Firjan Municipal Economic Development Index ranges from 0 to 1. The closer to 1, the greater the city s development in three basic areas - education, employment/income and health. SOURCES: AMANHÃ MAGAZINE, JANUARY / FEBRUARY AND A NOTÍCIA NEWSPAPER, DECEMBER/2012

11 INDUSTRIAL PARK Santa Catarina s industrial park is a reference in Brazil. The processing industry is prominent in the country. The food sector is the largest employer, followed by articles of apparel and textile products. This does not impede, however, the development of new vocations. An example is the technology sector, which in recent decades has been gaining strength in the cities of Florianopolis, Joinville and Blumenau. FOREIGN TRADE Santa Catarina s main product markets in 2011 (US$ million). Main countries of Santa Catarina s imports in 2011 (US$). United States China bi Japan Chile bi Argentina Argentina bi Netherlands China United States mi Germany mi 11 UK Peru mi South Korea mi India mi SOURCES: IBGE, MINISTRY OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT/ RAIS 2010 AND MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT, INDUSTRY AND FOREIGN TRADE / SECEX JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

12 Infrastructure 12 PORTS Santa Catarina has five major maritime ports - Itajaí, Itapoá, Imbituba, Navegantes and São Francisco do Sul - which handle over 25 million tons per year and maintain regular routes between the state and the world s main ports. Santa Catarina s northern region, including the Paranaguá Port, form the largest port and logistics hub in Latin America. ROADWAYS The state roadway network is comprised of more than 62,000 km of federal, state and local roadways, giving access to all municipalities. BR-101 is SC s main connection with other states and also with major ports, setting up a strategic corridor for Mercosur. RAILWAYS The railway network has approximately 1,360 km and is used for cargo transport. It is divided into three main branches: two from North to South and one from East to West, the latter serving the São Francisco do Sul Port. AIRPORTS Santa Catarina is served by three airports with capacity to receive large aircrafts: Florianópolis, Joinville and Navegantes, plus regional airports, heliports and airfields for charter flights. ENERGY The state invests in energy selfsufficiency, with more than 80 power generation projects in operation and more than 15 works forecasted in the Ministry of Mines and Energy Ten Year Plan, which ensure self-sufficiency until at least The state has the highest rate of rural electrification in Brazil. Distribution to Santa Catarina s households with electricity is 99.80%.

13 5.6% Rural 15.5% Commercial 22.1% Residential NATURAL GAS Santa Catarina counts on a piped distribution network that carries natural gas from the Bolivia/Brazil Gas Pipeline to the end consumer. There are 679 km of networks under the responsibility of the Santa Catarina Gas Company (SCGÁS). Natural gas consumption in SC in m 3 /day (2011) 14,515 Commercial 12.6% Other classes 1,084 Residential 44.2% Industrial TELECOMMUNICATIONS Virtually all municipalities in the state have fixed and mobile telephone services and there is easy access to broadband Internet in major cities. Santa Catarina is connected to anywhere in the country or abroad through image, text, voice or data. Connection to the maritime mobile service enables telephone contact or message with vessels worldwide. Distribution of Santa Catarina s households Only mobile % Only fixed % Mobile and fixed % With microcomputer % With Internet access % With phone % ,612 Automotive (GNV) TOTAL 1,834,574 1,450,363 Industrial WATER/SANITATION Almost 100% of Santa Catarina s households receive treated water and there s heavy investments to improve sanitation levels. Nevertheless, the core network is deficient: only 16% of municipalities treat sewage properly. Distribution of Santa Catarina s households With water supply % With sewage through network collection system (general or pluvial) 29.05% With sewage through septic tank 47.52% JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

14 14 Human Development The economy s positive numbers reflect directly on the population s life quality and life expectancy. Human Development Index (HDI) of is the second best in the country, only behind of Distrito Federal. Average life expectancy of 76 years, the same as Distrito Federal. Lowest murder rate in the country: 12.9 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the Violence Map One of the lowest infant mortality rates in the country per thousand live births HEALTH With more than 200 hospitals, mostly SUS accredited, it has available approximately 15,000 hospital beds for Santa Catarina s population, an average of 2.4 beds per thousand inhabitants. EDUCATION Education and development go hand in hand in Santa Catarina. 92.4% finish high school. Over 99% of children between 6 and 14 are in school Second lowest illiteracy rate in the country: 4.1%, second only to Distrito Federal (3.5%). The national average is 9.6%. Population in a state of poverty is 11.4%. The national average is 28.8%. SOURCES: PNUD, IBGE, IPEA and Government of the State of SC

15 Immigrants in Santa Catarina Italians Austrians Swiss Ukrainians Norwegians Syrians Germans Portuguese Poles Japanese 15 Tourism vocation The geographical diversity, with over 560 km of coastline, fields, valleys and mountains, enchants visitors and all who choose SC to live in. The peak season for tourism is summer, when more than 6 million visitors pass through the state, according to Santur s Tourism Demand Study. Throughout the entire year, the number of visitors exceeds 8 million. HISTORY Santa Catarina s official settlement dates back to the 16th century, when the Portuguese built the first villages in the region of Florianópolis. In the 19th century, the first German, Swiss and Italian immigrants arrived in SC. Thereafter, other migratory waves marked the region with the arrival of Japanese, Poles, Ukrainians and Syrians, among others. The ethnic and cultural diversity is now a major feature of SC s wealth. Geography and climate HIGHEST POINT: Morro da Bela Vista (Urubici), with 1827 meters AVERAGE TEMPERATURES: between 13 and 25 degrees centigrade. CLIMATE: Humid subtropical RELIEF: Over 75% of the area is 300 meters above sea level and 50% above 600 meters. SOURCE: SANTUR JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

16 WHY JOINVILLE? 16 With more than 515,000 inhabitants, Joinville is the state s largest city by population Strategically located within 100 km of the region s four major ports and with easy access to highways that interconnect the country and Mercosur It is the state s most important economic, technological and industrial center Santa Catarina s largest industrial area, with approximately 1,600 industries and 13,400 businesses GDP of R$ 18.4 billion GDP per capita of R$ 35,800 Presents the 13th best HDI (Human Development Index) of Brazil: It is the sixth fastest growing city in Brazil in the last 10 years Leader in Santa Catarina in the number of export companies and second municipality in export volumes (US$ billion) and imports (US$ billion) in 2011 Third largest ICMS tax collector in 2011 More than 209,000 registered workers SOURCES: IBGE/2010, ONU/PNUD, MTE/RAIS 2010 AND IPPUJ FOUNDATION - JOINVILLE CITY IN DATA 2010/2011

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18 History Settled by European immigrants - predominantly German in its first historical cycle - and by workers from across the country over the past 40 years, Joinville has ethnic and cultural diversity as one of its key characteristics. In 1843, the Portuguese royal family offered a dowry in Northern Santa Catarina to the French Royal Family, the union of Prince François Ferdinand Philippe Louis Marie d Orléans with princess Francisca Carolina de Bragança, daughter of Dom Pedro I. On March 9, 1851, the Dona Francisca Colony was founded - by European immigrants (Germans, Swiss and Norwegian). 18 These lands were negotiated in 1849 with the Hamburg Colonization Society. The colony then received a French name, now being called Joinville, in honor of the French Commune of which Ferdinand François was Prince. The first 191 immigrants came from Germany, Switzerland and Norway to settle this land on board the Vessel Colon. POPULATION Average annual population growth of 1.69%, above the national (1.17%) and state (1.55%) average (IBGE 2010 Census) Total men: 255,763 (49.63%) Total population: 515,288 Total urban population: 497,788 Total rural population:17,462 Population density: 453 hab/km 2 Total women: 259,487 (50.36%) (Florianópolis, State s capital with approximately 420,000 inhabitants)

19 In 30 years, from the second half of the 19th century, more than 17,000 European immigrants settled in the colony, among them Germans, Swiss, French, Austrians, and especially Italians. Precisely in this period appeared the first metallurgical and textile industries in the region. From the 90s, this profile has been extended to the services and technology sectors, with the decentralized commercial development of the neighborhoods, increasingly independent from the city s center. In the mid-90s the city s first major shopping malls began to be inaugurated and with the advent of globalization, the region s largest companies were able to consolidate their national and international leadership. Between the 50s and 80s the city transformed itself into one of Brazil s major industrial centers, attracted workers from all over the South to work in companies that were already becoming national and international references, coming to be known as the Manchester of Santa Catarina in the 70s. Among the landmarks of entrepreneurship in the 21st century, installation of Brazil s largest multisectoral industrial condominium stands out, generating in one place no less than almost 3% of Santa Catarina s wealth. 19 JOINVILLE S POPULATION EVOLUTION 429,604 Municipality total 346, , % 4.75% 8.12% 5.94% 13.54% 13.51% 14.94% 19.82% 4.57% to 5 years SECTORS Primary Secondary 64,528 87,793 Tertiary 97, ,106 Total 162, ,459 6 to 9 years 235,612 SOURCE: IBGE CENSUS 1980, 1991, 2000 AND ECONOMICALLY ACTIVE POPULATION EVOLUTION BY SECTOR 10 to 14 years POPULATION BY AGE GROUP to 17 years 18 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 to 44 years 45 to 59 years Note: We consider as the second sector: industry and construction. And as the third sector: trade and services. SOURCE: MTE/CAGED/ RAIS 2011, 1ST SEMESTER. CONSIDERED ONLY FORMAL JOBS DECLARED IN THE RAIS 60 to 64 years More than 64 years SOURCE: IPC INSTITUTO DE PESQUISA CATARINENSE LTDA ORIGIN DESTINATION SURVEY 2010 JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

20 EDUCATIONAL LEVEL OF JOINVILLE S POPULATION 1.01% 4.83% 5.43% 23.32% 10.03% 14.08% 32.48% 1.88% 6.94% Postgraduate Masters Doctorate Undergraduate complete Undergraduate incomplete Completed high school Incomplete high school Completed primary education Incomplete primary education Illiterate Not applicable Note: The item Not applicable is equivalent to children 0-6 years of age. No children who attended daycare were considered. SOURCE: IPC INSTITUTO DE PESQUISA CATARINENSE LTDA ORIGIN DESTINATION SURVEY, POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY RELIGIOUS BELIEF Other/not reported 6.2% Catholic 65.5% Lutheran 4.1% 20 YEAR SOURCE: IBGE 2010, 2002/2003 MOTOR VEHICLE INDICATORS LICENSED FLEET VEHICLES POPULATION Evangelical 24.2% INDICATOR (Population/Licensed Vehicles) , , , , , , GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS SOURCE: DETRAN SC/ STATISTICS / IBGE STATISTICS / IPPUJ º S (SOUTH LATITUDE) 48º W (WEST LONGITUDE) 4.5 m (SEAT ELEVATION) Total area of municipality: 1, km 2 (212.6 km 2 of urban area and km2 of rural area). Equivalent to almost three times the territorial size of the capital Florianópolis. Highest point: Serra Queimada peak, with 1,325 meters above sea level Average annual temperature: 22 degrees Celsius Average maximum temperature: 27 degrees Celsius Climate: tropical and super humid subtropical. The average relative humidity reaches over 78%. Average monthly rainfall: mm in 2012 Average minimum temperature: 19 degrees Celsius SOURCES: IBGE AND UNIVILLLE S WEATHER STATION

21 DISTANCES FROM JOINVILLE Curitiba 110 km Paranaguá 134 km Chapecó 535 km Lages 310 km Mafra 126 km São Bento do Sul 68 km Jaraguá do Sul 46 km Blumenau 93 km São Joaquim 353 km Tubarão 312 km Criciúma 355 km Joinville Camboriú 97 km Nova trento 117 km São José 183 km Itapoá 80 km São Francisco do Sul 45 km Navegantes 75 km Itajaí 87 km Florianópolis 163 km Imbituba 262 km 21 BRAZILIAN CAPITALS km Aracaju-SE 2,725 Belém-PA 3,326 Belo Horizonte-MG 1,134 Boa Vista-RR 4,901 Brasília-DF 1,548 Campo Grande-MS 1,121 Cuiabá-MT 1,809 Curitiba-PR 125 Fortaleza-CE 3,671 Goiânia-GO 1,393 João Pessoa-PB 3,318 Macapá-AP 2,924 Maceió-AL 3,001 Manaus-AM 3,728 Natal-RN 3,495 Palmas-TO 2,166 Porto Alegre-RS 635 Porto Velho-RO 3,265 Recife-PE 3,208 Rio Branco-AC 3,819 Rio de Janeiro-RJ 982 Salvador-BA 2,515 São Luiz-MA 3,360 São Paulo-SP 533 Teresina-PI 3,273 Vitória-ES 1,430 NEARBY FOREIGN CAPITALS km Asunción (PAR) 1,085 Buenos Aires (ARG) 1,938 Montevideo (URU) 1,530 Santiago (CHI) 3,362 FLIGHT TIME Major cities Florianópolis-SC Belo Horizonte MG Brasília DF Campo Grande MS Cuiabá MT Curitiba PR Fortaleza CE Porto Alegre RS Recife PE Rio de Janeiro RJ Salvador BA São Paulo SP Asunción (PAR) Buenos Aires (ARG) Montevideo (URU) hours 25min 2h 2h25 1h10 1h35 25min 4h20 50min 3h50 1h40 2h50 50min 1h50 3h40 3h20 SOURCES: SECRETARY OF DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION, QUATRO RODAS GUIDE 2010 AND JOINVILLE S SECRETARY OF COMMUNICATION - CITY IN DATA 2010/2011. JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

22 Economy Number of companies by economic sector 3,202 MEI 1,673 Industry 6,152 Autonomous 13,454 Trade Total 45,663 21,182 Services Note: MEI - Micro Individual Entrepreneur SOURCE: MUNICIPAL SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY - TECHNICAL REGISTRY 2012/01. DATA UP TO DECEMBER 31, METAL MECHANICAL MAIN PRODUCTS OF JOINVILLE S INDUSTRIES PLASTICS WOODWORKING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Air conditioners, boat engines, centrifugal pumps, steel plates, engines and motor pumps, cast & malleable iron, aluminum castings, boat propellers, bolts, nuts & washers, rolled iron & steel, copper faucets, metal fixtures and motor compressors PVC fittings, plastic fittings, plastic packaging, plastic parts for refrigerators, hoses, house wares TEXTILE Outerwear and uniforms, sportswear, shirts, socks in general, bed accessories, knitted fabrics and articles, raw and dyed cotton yarn Bathroom accessories, toys, wooden truck beds, frames, foundry molds, furniture, pieces for interior decoration, floor and wall coverings Solutions in Integrated Systems ERP, ICT - Information and Communication Technology, System Via Internet and new Communication Platforms, Industrial and Commercial Automation Systems OTHERS Copper, tobacco, boats, pickled foods, household appliances, beverages and soft drinks, bus bodies, sweets and jams, editorial and graphic, foliage and seeds, pasta and food in general, perfumes, soaps and candles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, iodine salts SOURCE: CITY IN DATA / IPPUJ (FOUNDATION INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF JOINVILLE)

23 SANTA CATARINA AND JOINVILLE TRADE BALANCE IN FOB US$ 2011 EXPORTS IMPORTS Santa Catarina 9,051,041,000 14,840,947,000 Joinville 1,676,489,970 1,652,288,964 SOURCE: MDIC / SECRETARY OF FOREIGN TRADE - SECEX/ ICMS IPI ICMS/IPI/IPVA Joinville 294,465,203 4,710, ,692,169 Santa Catarina MAIN EXPORTING MUNICIPALITIES OF SC MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY 2011 US$ FOB Itajaí 3,465,582,056 Joinville 1,676,470,307 Jaraguá do Sul 826,427,433 São Francisco do Sul 712,711,847 Blumenau 573,064,698 MAIN IMPORTING MUNICIPALITIES OF SC 2011 US$ FOB Itajaí 6,782,131,697 Joinville 1,647,805,856 Florianópolis 1,117,857,551 Blumenau 676,859,823 São José 586,461,137 TAXES SOURCE: MDIC/SECEX SOURCE: MDIC/SECEX 3,132,698,468 49,940,577 3,670,259,569 SOURCE: STATE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY - GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF ACCOUNTING FORMAL LABOR MARKET 2010 Joinville 209,459 Santa Catarina 2,095,571 Brazil 36,272,747 SOURCE: TEM / CAGEDEST , 1ST SEMESTER. CONSIDERED ONLY THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FORMAL JOBS. BANKING BRANCHES INSTITUTION NUMBER OF BRANCHES *ATM S Banco do Brasil Casa do Empreendedor 01 - Banco Santander Brasil Banco Rio Grande do Sul S/A Banrisul Caixa Econômica Federal CEF Banco Bradesco S/A Banco Itaú S/A Banco Mercantil do Brasil S/A Bancantil 01 - Banco HSBC S/A Banco Safra S/A 01 - Banco Comercial do Uruguai S/A Sicoob/Coopercred (Corporate Service Desk) Votorantim S/A 01 - Banco Renner S/A 01 - Total branches * ATM S: Automated Teller Machines. Note: there was a fusion of the following banks: Santander/Real/ABN, Banco do Brasil/BESC, Itaú/Unibanco. With this, the banks were incorporated and extinguished and/or merged their brands. SOURCE: JOINVILLE S REGION BANKING UNION 2011, 1ST SEMESTER. 23 JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

24 Indicators The indicators described herein show the evolution of various indices relevant to Joinville s economic and social growth. REFERENCE COSTS IN JOINVILLE ACTIVITY UNIT AVERAGE COST R$ 24 CONSTRUCTIONS REAL ESTATE* TRANSPORT WATER** Residence (3 rooms/finished) CUB m 2 1, Industry (prefabricated) CUB m Industrial land m to Residential land m to Public (bus) people 2.90 to 3.30 Taxi Base fare 4.00 Residential A 1 (social) 0 a 10 m Residential B 1 0 a 10 m Commercial/Industrial/Public 1 0 a 10 m Industrial Special* 10 a 5,000 m 3 5,12 m 3 SEWAGE m 3 80% of water rate Industrial B3 Low Voltage kwh Residential B1 Low Voltage 30 up to 80 kwh (low income) kwh ELECTRIC ENERGY*** Residential B1 Low Voltage above 220 kwh (low income) Rural B Rural B2 rural electrification cooperative kwh Commercial B3 Low Voltage kwh * Real Estate average price varying according to city region and terrain features. **Water Rate: values corresponding to the minimum consumption rate of up to 10m3 *** Electric energy rate: unit values per kwh without taxes - SOURCES: SINDUSCON-JLLE-SC/PMJ/GIDION/ JOINVILLE WATER COMPANY/CELESC 2011, 1ST SEMESTER (COLLECTIVE/BUS TRANSPORT RATES UPDATED TO ).

25 25 Self-Service-Total A La Carte Commercial Executive Industrial 6.00** AVERAGE MEAL PRICES TOTAL ** Average from queries to Joinville s companies. SOURCE: ASSERT MEAL SURVEY (FOOD AND NUTRITION BUSINESS ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT FOR THE WORKER) AVERAGE PRICE * In restaurants open to the public inside Perini Business Park, meal values vary from R$25.00 to R$29.00 per kilo and R$9.15 in the open buffet, with juice and dessert. Big Mac Index R$ (US$ 5.11 dollar of 12/3/) URBAN POPULATION OF JOINVILLE BY INCOME CATEGORY INCOME (IN MS*) PARTICIPATION % Less than 1 MS MS 14.8 From 1 to 3 MS 51.4 From 3 to 5 MS 17.3 From 5 to 10 MS 8.2 From 10 to 20 MS 1.8 From 20 to 30 MS 0.3 More than 30 MS 2.3 SOURCE: IBGE ESTIMATES SEBRAE SC HOUSEHOLD CENSUS IPPUJ ESTIMATES HDI INCOME (AVERAGE * HDI) *MS MINIMUM SALARY JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

26 Infrastructure Joinville has a comprehensive network of urban infrastructure, which has been growing each year - according to demand - and being improved in its various aspects and equipment. ELECTRIC ENERGY There are nine substations responsible for power distribution in Joinville, with 99.3% of the population having access to public electric energy. 26 ELECTRIC ENERGY CONSUMERS CLASS NUMBER OF CONSUMERS CONSUMO KWH 2010 Residential 157, ,071,295 Industrial 6,723 1,688,935,197 Commercial 14, ,342,208 Rural 1,609 7,057,573 Public Power ,140,563 Public Lighting 20 31,495,820 Public Service Companies 68 34,651,654 Own Consumption ,679 Total 181,240 2,514,274,999 SOURCE: CELESC 2011 WATER AND SANITATION More than 98% of Joinville s population has drinking water. The network Expansion Plan for wastewater treatment coverage foresees a 39.54% increase in the current number of the population served with network and wastewater treatment, increasing the current coverage of only 16.55% to 53.54% over the next years. PEOPLE ATTENDED BY WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM AND SEWAGE COLLECTION IN PERCENTAGE YEAR RESIDENTIAL WATER % RESIDENTIAL SEWAGE % , km , km SOURCE: JOINVILLE WATER COMPANY

27 PUBLIC CLEANING Household waste collection covers 100% of the urban area and includes eight routes in rural areas, with special attention given to environmental preservation areas and springs. In addition to collection, the public cleaning services in the municipality of Joinville provide transportation, treatment and disposal of solid urban waste. The separate collection of recyclables attends the central area on a daily basis, and the other neighborhoods once a week, covering 100% of the urban area. On average, 531 tons of materials are collected per month, forwarded to five screening centers: three recycling associations and two cooperatives. (SOURCE: SEINFRA - PUBLIC CLEANING AND ENVIRONMENTAL COORDINATION 2011). 27 SOLID WASTE REPORT BY TYPES IN TONS / MONTH COLLECTIVE URBAN TRANSPORT The bus transit system is operated by two concessionary companies, Gidion and Transtusa, divided by two major areas (North and South). The Integrated Transit System has electronic ticketing and integration stations. Joinville also has a fleet of 165 charter vehicles that mainly serve companies in the region. TYPE 2010 Household Collection 9,490 Sweep Collection 781 Hospital Collection 43 Industries and Private Individual Collection 1,798 Total 12,112 SOURCE: ENGEPASA ENVIRONMENTAL , 1ST SEMESTER. COLLECTIVE TRANSIT SYSTEM DATA OF JOINVILLE (AVERAGE) Nº OF ROUTES Nº OF TRIPS (WORKING DAYS) OPERANT FLEET RESERVE FLEET AVERAGE FLEET AGE Nº OF USERS (DAILY AVERAGE) Nº OF USERS/ MONTH 235 9, ,106 3,896,561 SOURCE: GIDION / TRANSTUSA / SEINFRA / IPPUJ, 2011, 1ST SEMESTER. JOINVILLE I SANTA CATARINA I BRAZIL

28 MODES OF TRANSORTATION BREAKDOWN IN JOINVILLE 14.06% Bicycle 1.94% Other 0.16% Special Bus % Municipal Buses 3.73% Motorcycle 30.35% By foot 23.28% Automobile ROAD NETWORK Joinville has 1,706,778 meters of roads interconnecting the center and the districts, of which 56.14% are paved. Currently, the city has 86 km of bicycle paths and bike lanes - installation of more than 64 km is scheduled for the coming years. SOURCE: JOINVILLE CITY IN DATA / IPPUJ BUS STATION Joinville s Bus Station, one of the main areas of arrival in the city, includes 6,000 m2 of built area, with 24 platforms and 20 service providers. In 2010, the bus station registered a total of 1,306,057 passengers (embarking / disembarking) and a turnover of 94,911 buses. SOURCE: CONURB - BUS STATION TAXI SERVICES 2010 Number of vehicles 216 Number of taxi stands 56 SOURCE: SEINFRA - TRANSPORT SERVICE , 1ST SEMESTER

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