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ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON ITALY-SINGAPORE BUSINESS & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON ITALY-SINGAPORE BUSINESS & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs PRESENTED BY: TED TAN, DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE, SPRING SINGAPORE 11 DECEMBER 2013

Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs Bilateral Trade and Investment Relations Ø In Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs Bilateral Trade and Investment Relations Ø In 2012, Italy is Singapore’s 6 th largest trading partner in the EU § Total bilateral trade at S$5. 48 billion Ø Italy is Singapore’s 12 th largest EU investor § Total foreign direct investment into Singapore valued at S$484 million at end-2011 Ø 327 Italian companies registered in Singapore § Primarily in the services, electronics and chemical sectors Ø As of end-2011, Singapore’s direct investments into Italy stood at approximately S$222 million § Singapore’s investments in Italy are concentrated in the financial services and manufacturing sectors 2 Information on this slide is confidential and strictly for use by SPRING Singapore officers only. It should not be used or referred to by third parties without prior written consent from SPRING Singapore.

Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs MOU on the Cooperation of SMEs Ø Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs MOU on the Cooperation of SMEs Ø Signed between SPRING Singapore and the Italian Ministry of Economic Development on 24 July 2013 § In effect for a period of 2 years Ø To encourage and forge strategic business collaborations and partnerships between Italian and Singaporean SMEs Ø SPRING had supported the Italian Trade Commission in a series of trade events (Cosmetic, Jewellery, Eyewear) from Oct – Nov 2013 § Invited Singaporean SMEs and industry associations to attend the events § Provided opportunities for Singaporean SMEs to network, share ideas and explore potential collaborations with the Italian retailers 3 Information on this slide is confidential and strictly for use by SPRING Singapore officers only. It should not be used or referred to by third parties without prior written consent from SPRING Singapore.

Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs Successful Collaborations Ø Singapore has always had Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs Successful Collaborations Ø Singapore has always had strong engagement with Italy in the furniture industry. Ø Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC) has been actively helping Singaporean SMEs partner with world-class Italian furniture players and designers. § 2012: A group of Italian furniture retailers were invited to Singapore to attend the International Furniture Fair. § 2013: An inaugural showcase of Singapore’s finest furniture designs and collections at the Milan Design Week in Italy. Ø Singaporean SMEs, such as XTRA and Proof Living, have partnered with Italian counterparts by distributing their brands to South East Asia and Asia. 4 Information on this slide is confidential and strictly for use by SPRING Singapore officers only. It should not be used or referred to by third parties without prior written consent from SPRING Singapore.

Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs New Opportunities Ø Cultivate new Italy-Singapore SME Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs New Opportunities Ø Cultivate new Italy-Singapore SME partnerships beyond the furniture industry § Other opportunities stated in the MOU include food, fashion and related industries, lifestyle products, conventional and alternative energies, as well as industrial machineries Ø SPRING Singapore, IE Singapore, EDB can help create such new opportunities § Identifying suitable local partners for Italian companies § Facilitating exchanges of know-how and experts § Creating networking opportunities between local and Italian companies § Organising business development and study missions to Italy 5 Information on this slide is confidential and strictly for use by SPRING Singapore officers only. It should not be used or referred to by third parties without prior written consent from SPRING Singapore.

Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs Singapore as a Gateway to Opportunities in Bilateral Cooperation between Italian and Singaporean SMEs Singapore as a Gateway to Opportunities in ASEAN Ø Singapore’s strategic geographical position, cultural proximity and strong connectivity with ASEAN Ø Singapore government’s pro-business policies and infrastructure § World Bank has ranked Singapore as “The world’s easiest place to do business” in 2012 Ø EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA) 6 Information on this slide is confidential and strictly for use by SPRING Singapore officers only. It should not be used or referred to by third parties without prior written consent from SPRING Singapore.

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