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Published on November 26, 2007

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STRATEGIC PLAN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BOLIVIAN FORESTRY SECTOR :  STRATEGIC PLAN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BOLIVIAN FORESTRY SECTOR PROJECT CFB – 01/99 FINANCED BY CAF AND CFB ELABORATED BY STCP STRATEGIC PLAN LOGICAL FRAMEWORK:  STRATEGIC PLAN LOGICAL FRAMEWORK BOLIVIAN SOCIOECONOMICS CONTEXT:  BOLIVIAN SOCIOECONOMICS CONTEXT GDP US$ 8,400 million PAYMENT BALANCE US$ -87 million EXPORTS US$ 1,035 million IMPORTS US$ 2,165 million INFLATION 3,1% EXTERNAL DEBT US$ 4,151 million INTEREST RATES . BS. – 35,4%/year . US$ – 16%/year UNEMPLOYMENT 2,2% POPULATION 8.1 million BOLIVIA FORESTRY SECTOR CONTEXT:  FORESTRY SECTOR CONTEXT 3% OF GDP US$ 220 million 11% OF EXPORTS US$ 109 million 2% OF IMPORTS US$ 50 million COLLECTION . TAXES US$ 4,6 million . FOREST PATENT US$ 7,2 million SECTOR DEBT US$ 180 million EMPLOYMENTS GENERATION . DIRECTS: 90 thousand . INDIRECTS: 150 thousand . 7% OF THE EAP THE GOVERNMENT DOES NOT FULLY RECONIZE THE FORESTRY SECTOR’S IMPORTANCE AND POTENTIAL FORESTRY SECTOR NEW FORESTRY REGIME:  NEW FORESTRY REGIME GENERAL ASPECTS PROPOSES SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT AND FITS IN THE INTERNATIONAL AGENDA OF PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION TRANSITION STAGE WAS NOT CONSIDERED: CREATED DIFFICULTIES THERE IS NO NATIONAL FORESTRY POLICY Slide6:  POSITIVE IMPACTS CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION OF FORESTRY RESOURCES ENLARGEMENT OF THE CERTIFIED FOREST AREAS REDUCTION OF THE SELECTIVE HARVESTING (MAHOGANY, ROBLE AND CEDRO) TRANSPARENT AND TRUSTWORTHY PUBLIC INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK ADOPTION OF THE SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT NEGATIVES IMPACTS DECREASE OF PRODUCTION INCREASE IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR DEBT DECREASE OF FORESTRY PRODUCTS EXPORTS INCREASE OF FORESTRY PRODUCTS IMPORTS REDUCTION OF EMPLOYMENT NEW FORESTRY REGIME NEW FORESTRY REGIME:  PATENT DIFFERENT PATENT VALUES FIXED COSTS TO THE PRIVATE CONCESSIONS (PATENT IS PAYED IN BOTH CASES: PRODUCTIVE OR NOT) TECHNICAL ASPECTS ARE NOT CONSIDERED COSTS OF FOREST MANAGEMENT, INVENTORY AND PRE-HARVESTING INVENTORY ANTICIPATE PAYMENT (INCREASING IN WORKING CAPITAL) ASPECTS FOR REVISION ACCESS PATENT ($US/ha)* US$/m3 CONCESSION - PRIVATE - ASL TCO PRIVATE PROPERTIES 20.00 2.50 – 8.50 1.00 1.00 6.67 0.83 – 2.83 0.33 0.33 * RATE CHARGED CONSIDERING AREA OPERATED EVERY YEAR NEW FORESTRY REGIME NEW FORESTRY REGIME:  ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE LEGAL ASPECTS RELATED TO THE USE OF THE PATENT RESOURCES MUNICIPALITIES AND PROVINCES FONABOSQUE LAND TENURE AND LEGAL SECURITY DIVORCE BETWEEN THE LAND AND THE FOREST RESOURCES LAND TENURE . Decrease of deforestation pressure . Better forest protection LEGAL INSTABILITY RESTRICTS INVESTMENTS (NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL) NEW CONCESSIONS BIDINGS ENRICHMENT AND FORESTATION/REFORESTATION ASPECTS FOR REVISION NEW FORESTRY REGIME FOREST RESOURCES:  FOREST RESOURCES GENERAL ASPECTS NATURAL FORESTS 53 millions ha (48% OF BOLIVIA) 6% OF LATIN AMERICA RAIN FORESTS 6 PRODUCING REGIONS FOREST PLANTATIONS 30,000 ha PINE AND EUCALYPTUS AMAZONÍA BAJO PARAGUÁ CHIQUITANÍA GUARAYOS CHORÉ PREANDINO AMAZÓNICO FOREST RESOURCES:  PRODUCTION FORESTS CERTIFIED FORESTS DECREASE AFTER THE NEW FORESTRY LAW TECHNICAL FLEXIBILITY LIMITATIONS NEW DUTIES LIMITATIONS ON SELECTIVE HARVESTING (MAHOGANY, ROBLE AND CEDRO) NON COMPETITIVE COMPANIES FORESTRY LAW FACILITATES AND CONDUCTS TO THE CERTIFICATION PROCESSES LARGEST WORLDWIDE CERTIFIED TROPICAL FORESTS MARKETING FOR BOLIVIA (ecological aspects and sustainable development) DEMAND FOR CERTIFIED PRODUCTS INCREASE THERE IS NO INCREASE ON PRICES BUT ENSURES MARKET ACCESS OTHERS (19%) CONCESSIONS (81%) FOREST RESOURCES FOREST RESOURCES:  FOREST PRODUCTION HARVESTED SPECIES GROWTH RATE: 3.8%/year DIFICULTIES TO INTRODUCE LKS FINANCIAL CONSTRAINT (WORKING CAPITAL) PARTIAL OPERATION (RAINY PERIOD) AVERAGE LOG REMOVALS 3-4 m3/ha CONTINUATION OF ILLEGAL HARVESTING DECREASE OF TRADITIONAL SPECIES HARVESTING INCREASE OF THE LKS HARVESTING LOG PRODUCTION 1995 SPECIE MAHOGANY ROBLE YESQUERO SEREBÓ 16 15 14 6 5 44 15 11 7 5 5 1999 SPECIE OCHOÓ OTHERS % % OCHOÓ ROBLE YESQUERO CEDRO CAMBARÁ OTHERS TOTAL TOTAL 57 100 100 FOREST RESOURCES FOREST RESOURCES:  FOREST RESOURCES SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION POTENTIAL POTENTIAL SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION: 20 million m3/year 40 TIMES LARGER THAN THE PRESENT PRODUCTION (500 thousand m3) 18% OF THE WORLD’S PRODUCTION OF TROPICAL LOGS IT IS NOT A RESTRICTIVE FACTOR TO THE FORESTRY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT FOREST INDUSTRY:  FOREST INDUSTRY MILLS’ LOCATION AND PROFILE SANTA CRUZ LA PAZ BENI PANDO COCHABAMBA ORURO POTOSI CHIQUISACA TARIJA VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS PLYWOOD PARTICLEBOARD HARDBOARD VENEER SAWNWOOD Slide14:  GENERAL ASPECTS BASED ON SOLID WOOD PRODUCTS PREDOMINANCE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM MILLS DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTION (PRODUCTS AND SPECIES) LACK OF PRODUCTION SPECIALIZATION REMANUFACTURING FOCUSED INSTEAD OF SAWMILLING CAPITAL ASSETS AND INPUTS BASED ON IMPORTS LOW PRODUCTION CAPACITY SCALE COMPETITIVENESS EQUIPMENTS IDLENESS LABOR FORCE INTENSIVE: NO PROBLEM UNQUALIFIED: PROBLEM LIMITED ACCESS TO CREDITS FOREST INDUSTRY FOREST INDUSTRY:  INSTALLED CAPACITY AND PRODUCTION LOW UTILIZATION OF INSTALLED CAPACITY INCREASE IN THE OPERATIONAL RATE CAN REPRESENT A SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH IN PRODUCTION FOREST INDUSTRY MARKET AND TRADE:  MARKET AND TRADE DOMESTIC MARKET THE DOMESTIC MARKET IS LIMITED AND INEXPRESSIVE SMALL POPULATION LOW PURCHASING POWER CONSUMPTION LEVEL LOWER THAN MOST OF THE LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES IT DOES NOT SUPPORT THE FORESTRY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT MARKET AND TRADE:  MARKET AND TRADE FOREST PRODUCTS EXPORTS FOREST PRODUCTS IMPORTS GROWTH RATE: 21%/year (85-99) REDUCTION IN THE LAST YEARS VALUE ADDED INCREASED INCREASE OF CERTIFIED PRODUCTS 1998 - US$ 181 thousand 2000 - US$ 8 million (EST.) CONCENTRATION IN 3 COUNTRIES (USA, ARGENTINA AND UK) 11% OF BOLIVIAN EXPORTS GROWTH RATE: 8.1%/year (90-99) STABLE THROUGH THE LAST YEARS PAPER IS THE MAIN IMPORTED PRODUCT (80%) 2% OF BOLIVIAN IMPORTS MARKET AND TRADE:  MARKET AND TRADE INTERNATIONAL MARKET POTENTIAL FOR BOLIVIA INTERNATIONAL TRADE TOTAL US$ 140 billion/year (2.7%/year) TROPICAL WOOD PRODUCTS US$ 8 billion/year VAP US$ 22 billion/year (TOTAL) INEXPRESSIVE BOLIVIAN PARTICIPATION (LESS THAN 1%) MARKET IS NOT A RESTRICTIVE FACTOR COMPETITIVENESS:  COMPETITIVENESS Stumpage . Patent/Private Property . Management Plan . Pre-harvesting Inventory Harvesting . Planning/ Supervision/Control . Road and Woodyard Construction . Felling . Skidding and Piling Transportation . Loading . Transport . Unloading 10.77 6.67 0.10 4.00 19.73 2.50 6.23 1.06 9.94 12.70 1.10 10.50 1.10 5.92 5.22 0.10 0.60 12.30 1.80 4.50 1.00 5.00 9.00 1.00 7.00 1.00 BENCHMARKING BOLIVIA-BRAZIL BOLIVIA BRAZIL SAWNWOOD (US$/m3) Processing Transformation losses Transport (Sawmill - Kiln Drying Facility) Drying and Classification 50.00 52.80 52.80 45.00 25.00 33.27 - 15.00 Trading Transport (Kiln Drying Facility - Port) 3.00 39.00 2.00 70.00 TOTAL 315.80 141.49 COMPETITIVENESS:  HARVESTING LEVEL IMPACT ON COSTS (BOLIVIA) LOGS’ PRICE COMPARISON COMPETITIVENESS STRATEGIC PLAN:  STRATEGIC PLAN OBJECTIVES STAKEHOLDERS PUBLIC SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS AND ENTITIES (NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL) IMPLEMENTATION OF A SECTORIAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL TO PROMOTE THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND FOCUS ON THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS GAINS CONTRIBUTE TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A FORESTRY POLICY PREMISES PREMISE 1 – INTEREST OF THE GOVERNMENT IN ACTIVATE THE ECONOMY BASED ON THE FORESTRY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PREMISE 2 – COMMITMENT OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR WITH CHANGES AND INVESTMENTS PREMISE 3 – INTEREST OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN THE BOLIVIAN FORESTRY SECTOR SUSTAINABILITY Slide22:  MAIN CONDITION BOLIVIAN FORESTRY SECTOR MUST BE ATTRACTIVE LIMITED FINANCIAL CAPACITYAS CONSEQUENCE OF THE LOW COMPETITIVENESS FOREST RESOURCES IS NOT A RESTRICTIVE FACTOR PRIORITY FOR SOLID WOOD PRODUCTS LIMITED FOR RECONSTITUTED PRODUCTS (PLANTATIONS) MARKET SOURCE OF INCOME GENERATION RESTRICTED DOMESTIC MARKET THE FORESTRY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT MUST FOCUS THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET DEMAND IS EXPRESSIVE AND INCREASING STRATEGIC PLAN OTHER CONDITIONS Slide23:  DEVELOPMENT MODEL BASED IN A CLUSTER CONCEPT INTEGRATION OF THE ASL’S AND TCO’S IN THE PRODUCTIVE SECTOR ATTRACTION OF INDIRECT INVESTMENTS SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR COMPETITIVENESS DYNAMIZATION OF THE SOCIOECONOMY  MULTIPLIER EFFECT STRATEGIC PLAN Slide24:  DEVELOPMENT MODEL PRODUCTION CHAIN MARKET . Domestic . Regional . International PRODUCTS Saws/Blades STRATEGIC PLAN MAIN RAW MATERIAL SMALL LOG LARGE LOG INDUSTRY PRIMARY SECONDARY Slide25:  GOALS MAIN GOAL CLUSTER CREATION AND CONSOLIDATION SPECIFICS GOALS INSTITUTIONAL LEGAL FORESTRY INDUSTRIAL MARKET AND TRADE OTHER IMPORTANT . SHORT AND MEDIUM TERM (1-7 YEARS) . LONG TERM (7-15 YEARS) STRATEGIC PLAN Slide26:  STRATEGIC PLAN STRENGHTENING OF THE FORESTRY SUPERINTENDENCY IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FONABOSQUE REVISION OF THE NEW FORESTRY REGIME FORESTRY ZONING AND NATIONAL FORESTRY INVENTORY AVERAGE LOG REMOVALS 3 m3/ha  10 m3/ha INTEGRAL UTILIZATION OF THE INSTALLED CAPACITY LEVEL US$ 400 million IN FOREST PRODUCTS EXPORTS (US$ 100 million OF ECO-LABELED PRODUCTS) PRIVATE SECTOR DEBT REDUCTION US$ 180 million  US$ 80 million LIQUIDATE THE DEBTS WITH THE GOVERNMENT (PATENT AND TAXES) 8 million ha UNDER SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION OF 3 million ha 25 thousand ha OF FOREST PLANTATIONS LOG PRODUCTION 500 thousand  4 million m3/year LUMBER DRYING CAPACITY 50 thousand 1 million m3/year SHORT AND MEDIUM TERM MAIN GOALS Slide27:  STRATEGIC PLAN CONSOLIDATE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR (ATTRACTION OF INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS) 12 million ha OF FORESTS UNDER MANAGEMENT AVERAGE LOG REMOVALS  15 m3/ha IMPLEMENTATION OF A NEW FOREST INDUSTRY MODERNIZATION OF THE EXISTING BOLIVIAN FOREST INDUSTRY US$ 1 billion IN FOREST PRODUCTS EXPORTS (US$ 600 million OF ECO-LABELED PRODUCTS) CERTIFICATION OF 70% OF FORESTS UNDER MANAGEMENT 200 thousand ha OF FOREST PLANTATIONS LOG PRODUCTION  9 million m3/year LONG TERM MAIN GOALS Slide28:  STRATEGY PHASES PHASE 0 STRATEGY PROPOSITION PHASE 1 RESTRUCTURING PHASE 2 CONSOLIDATION PHASE 3 EXPANSION STRATEGIC PLAN CLUSTER EVOLUTION INDUSTRY R&D IMPACTS EVALUATION (ACTIONS AND PROGRAMS) AND FEEDBACK PROCESS MEET THE BASIC CONDITION (ATTRACT INVESTMENTS– COMPETITIVENESS) FORESTRY SECTOR EXPANSION RESTRUCTURING ACTIONS AND PROGRAMS IMPLEMENTATION PUBLIC SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR FOREST STRATEGY PROPOSITION FOR FORESTRY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT - PRIVATE SECTOR - FORESTRY BASE EXPANSION . New Biddings . Forest Plantations PROMOTION OF INVESTMENTS . Directs (forestry sector) . Indirects (cluster) MARKET Slide29:  STRATEGY PHASE 0 – STRATEGIES PROPOSITION (IMMEDIATE) PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATIVE (CFB) PHASE ALREADY COMPLETED ACTORS MOBILIZATION . PUBLIC SECTOR . PRIVATE SECTOR . OTHER ORGANIZATIONS STRATEGIC PLAN Slide30:  PHASE 1 – RESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIONS  MEET THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL OF COMPETITIVENESS ACTIONS STRATEGIC PLAN PRIVATE SECTOR Program 1 – TRAINING Program 2 – INVESTMENT Program 3 – STANDARDS AND QUALITY Program 4 – RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Program 5 – DIVERSIFICATION OF BUSINESS GOVERNMENT Action 1 – REVISION OF THE NEW FORESTRY REGIME Action 2 – INCENTIVE MECHANISMS Action 3 – SECTORIAL STIMULATION Action 4 – PROMOTION OF FOREST PLANTATIONS Action 5 – FORESTRY ZONING Action 6 – INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT RING Slide31:  TYPICAL GOVERNMENT ACTIONS Action 1 – REVISION OF THE NEW REGIME . EVALUATE AND ADJUST THE FORESTRY LAW AND ITS REGULATIONS . MITIGATE THE IMPACTS THAT AFFECT THE COMPETITIVENESS . CONCILIATE INTERESTS . ASPECTS FOR REVISION - PATENT - LAND TENURE AND LEGAL SECURITY - FONABOSQUE ACTIVITIES STRATEGIC PLAN PHASE 1 – RESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) Action 2 – INCENTIVE MECHANISMS . IMPLEMENTATION OF INCENTIVE MECHANISMS . FACILITATE THE FORESTRY SECTOR TO COMPETE IN SIMILAR CONDITIONS AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL . RELATED TO TAXATION AND CREDIT POLICIES . FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT INSTEAD OF SUBSIDISE THE INEFFICIENCE Slide32:  Action 3 – SECTOR STIMULATION . DEVELOPMENT OF SECTOR STIMULATION MECHANISMS CONCERNING THE REDUCTION OF THE FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS RELATED ACTIONS TO: . HIGH DEBT EQUITY . LACK OF EXPORTS PROMOTION . LACK OF SUPPORT TO SMALL AND MEDIUM COMPANIES STRATEGIC PLAN Action 4 – PROMOTION OF FOREST PLANTATIONS . NEW SOURCE OF WOOD AND NON WOOD PRODUCTS SUPPLY . GUARANTEE THE SUSTAINABILITY OF THE FOREST RESOURCES . IMPROVE THE COMPETITIVENESS (EQUITY OF CONDITIONS AMONGST OTHER MARKET PLAYERS) . PROMOTE NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES (PULP/PAPER, RECONSTITUTED PANELS AND SOLID WOOD PRODUCTS) TYPICAL GOVERNMENT ACTIONS PHASE 1 – RESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) Slide33:  Action 5 – FORESTRY ZONING . ORGANIZE THE FOREST LAND USE AND OCCUPATION . CONSIDER APROPRIATENESS AND REGIONAL POTENTIAL, BASED ON SUSTAINABILITY PRINCIPLES . IN BOLIVIA IS NOT DEFINIED: - PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION AREAS - PERMANENT FOREST PRODUCTION AREAS - ADEQUATE AND PRIORITY AREAS FOR FOREST PLANTATION STRATEGIC PLAN Action 6 – INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT RING . CREATION OF AN INFRASTRUCTURAL RING . CONCENTRATION OF INVESTMENTS . BETTER CONDITIONS TO COMPETE AT REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL MARKETS . CONSEQUENCE OF THE HIGH COSTS OF DISTRIBUTION AND CIRCULATION OF GOODS  IMPACTS IN THE COMPETITIVENESS . LONG TERM IMPACT (10-15 YEARS) TYPICAL GOVERNMENT ACTIONS PHASE 1 – RESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) Slide34:  STRATEGIC PLAN NEW INDUSTRIES SUPPORT PROGRAMS . Training . Investments . Standards and Quality . R&D . Business diversification PRIVATE SECTOR TYPICAL ACTIONS . REESTRUCTURING THE COMPANIES PHASE 1 – REESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) NEW CONCEPTS COMPANIES REENGINEERING PRESENT CONCEPTS . Administration . Technical Slide35:  PROGRAM 1 – TRAINING . ENHANCE HUMAN RESOURCES CAPACITY AT TECHNICAL AND MANAGERIAL LEVEL . SUBPROGRAMS IMPLEMENTATION - FOREST - INDUSTRY - MARKET AND TRADE - MANAGEMENT STRATEGIC PLAN TYPICAL PRIVATE SECTOR ACTIONS PHASE 1 – RESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) PROGRAM 2 – INVESTMENT . DEFINITION OF THE INVESTMENTS PRIORITIES . RESTRUCTURING AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE EXISTING INDUSTRIAL PARK . FACILITATE THE REENGINEERING PROCESS . ESTIMATED INVESTMENTS US$ 100 MILLION (RESTRUCTURING) Slide36:  PROGRAM 3 – STANDARDS AND QUALITY . DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS . ENSURE THE BOLIVIAN PRODUCT QUALITY TO THE MARKET . CERTIFICATION OF ORIGIN AND CHAIN OF CUSTODY INTEGRATED TO THE QUALITY CERTIFICACION . BOLIVIA HAS NO TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR FORESTRY PRODUCTS STRATEGIC PLAN PHASE 1 – REESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) PROGRAM 4 – RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT . ESTABLISHMENT OF A RESEARCH FRAMEWORK TO: - GENERATE AND TRANSFER APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES - FOCUS ON PRIVATE SECTOR . THERE ARE LIMITATIONS OF R&D IN BOLIVIA . NEW FRAMEWORK IN COOPERATION WITH THE EXISTING AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR TYPICAL PRIVATE SECTOR ACTIONS Slide37:  PROGRAM 5 – BUSINESS DIVERSIFICATION . NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES - CARBON SEQUESTRATION - ECOTOURISM - BIOTECNOLOGY - ENERGY GENERATION - OTHERS . ADDITIONAL SOURCE OF INCOME . FINANCE THE MAIN BUSINESS STRATEGIC PLAN PHASE 1 – RESTRUCTURING (5 YEARS) TYPICAL PRIVATE SECTOR ACTIONS Slide38:  CONSOLIDATION OF THE RESTRUCTURING (PHASE 1) SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE OF COMPETITIVENESS BASIC CONDITION HAS BEEN FULLFILLED: PRIVATE SECTOR HAS INCREASED THE CAPACITY TO ATRACT INVESTMENTS AND BECOME COMPETITIVE IN CASE THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS LEVEL IS NOT MET RETURN TO PHASE 1 CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT OF COMPETITIVENESS THE ASSESSMENT TOOLS ARE THE GOALS STRATEGIC PLAN PHASE 2 – CONSOLIDATION OF THE RESTRUCTURING (1-2 YEARS) Slide39:  PHASE 3 – EXPANSION OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR (5-10 YEARS) FORESTRY SECTOR IS COMPETITIVE, BEING ABLE TO: . ATTRACT NEW INVESTORS (DIRECTS AND INDIRECTS) . GUARANTEE THE SUSTAINABILITY (NEW CONCESSIONS AND FOREST PLANTATIONS) . GUARANTEE AND ENLARGE THE PENETRATION IN MARKETS AND SPECIFIC NICHES NEW INDUSTRY . 15 SAWMILLS (80 thousand m3/year) . 40 REMANUFACTURING FACILITIES (30 thousand m3/year) . 5 PLYWOOD MILLS (50 thousand m3/year) . PULP/PAPER AND RECONSTITUTED PANELS (ACCORDING TO FEASIBILITY ASSESSMENTS) STRATEGIC PLAN Slide40:  PHASE 3 – EXPANSION OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR (5-10 YEARS) INVESTMENTS STRATEGIC PLAN ADDITIONAL US$ 800-900 million (PULP/PAPER AND RECONSTITUTED PANELS) Slide41:  REQUIRED RESOURCES STRATEGIC PLAN Slide42:  STRATEGIC PLAN IMPACTS FORESTRY SECTOR GDP US$ 200 million to US$ 1,5 billion EXPORTS US$ 1 billion (33% OF TOTAL) EMPLOYMENT 240 thousand  600 thousand INCOME (SALARIES) US$ 500 million REDUCTION OF THE POVERTY LEVEL TAXES US$ 200 million NEW INVESTMENTS (FOREIGN) US$ 500 million PRESSION ON THE ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF THE CARBON SEQUESTRATION LEVEL UTILIZATION OF DEGRADED LAND EXPANSION OF THE FOREST PLANTATIONS HIGHER UTILIZATION LEVEL OF THE FORESTRY RESOURCES ENLARGEMENT OF THE AREAS UNDER FOREST MANAGEMENT . REDUCTION OF THE DEFORESTATION . IMPROVED PROTECTION . REDUCTION OF THE STATE MONITORING ACTIONS STRATEGIC PLAN Slide43:  STRATEGIC PLAN IMPORTANCE OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN ADOPTION FOREST AREA UNDER MANAGEMENT FOREST PRODUCTION FORESTRY SECTOR GDP FOREST PLANTATION AREA WITHOUT THE ADOPTION OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN WITH THE ADOPTION OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN Slide44:  STRATEGIC PLAN IMPORTANCE OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN ADOPTION FOREST PRODUCT EXPORTS FOREST PRODUCT IMPORTS EMPLOYMENT DEBT LEVEL WITHOUT THE ADOPTION OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN WITH THE ADOPTION OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN Slide45:  ACTION PLAN STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3 STAGES Slide46:  - GADESEFO - Forestry Sector Development Activation Group ACTION PLAN DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (MANAGEMENT ENTITY) JOINT COORDINATION COMISSION - Private Sector - Public Sector - Organizations and Entities EXECUTIVE BOARD SUPPORT ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICES TECHNICAL TEAM PROJECTS STRUCTURES Slide47:  DISSEMINATION OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES PRIVATE SECTOR REPRESENTATIVES AGENCIES AND ENTITIES INTERESTED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR PROMOTION OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR INTERNATIONAL ENTITIES AND ASSOCIATIONS THAT REPRESENT THE PRODUCERS, CUSTUMERS AND SUPPLIERS INTERESTED IN TRADE RELATIONSHIPS ACTION PLAN TARGETS 18 MONTHS OUTPUTS: THE STRATEGIC PLAN HAS BEEN DISSEMINATED THE STAKEHOLDERS ARE MOBILIZED THE MANAGEMENT ENTITY IS ESTABLISHED AND ORGANIZED THE PROCESS FOR FUNDING HAVE BEEN STARTED THE PROMOTION ACTIVITIES OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR WERE STARTED IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Slide48:  ACTION PLAN REQUIRED RESOURCES Slide49:  FINAL CONSIDERATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS BOLIVIAN FOREST RESOURCES POTENTIAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL HAS NOT BEEN FULLY EXPLORED LACK OF A DEVELOPMENT POLICY LOW COMPETITIVENESS OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR THE NEW LAW HAS NOT BEEN ABLE TO EFFECTIVELY PROMOTE THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FORESTRY SECTOR STRATEGIC PLAN RELEVANT ASPECTS: CLUSTER MODEL FORESTRY SECTOR IS THE ANCHOR MUTIPLIER EFFECT FORESTRY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT REQUIRES A STRATEGIC PLAN CFB HAS NA IMPORTANT ROLE TO PLAY: PROMOTE AND DISSEMINATE THE STRATEGIC PLAN OBTAIN THE POLITICAL SUPPORT SUPPORT MEMBER COMPANIES TO RESTRUCTURE THEIR PRODUCTIONS LINES

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