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Projects for regions of peru 09.09.15

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PROYECTOS REGIONALES TUMBES, PIURA, CAJAMARCA, CUSCO

De acuerdo con lo dispuesto en el artículo 4° de la Ley N° 28900, los proyectos del FITEL que están en etapa de promoción se encargan a la Agencia de Promoción de la Inversión Privada - PROINVERSIÓN, a fin de que dicha entidad conduzca en coordinación con FITEL, los concursos públicos.

El día 5 de setiembre PROINVERSIÓN convocó los Concursos Públicos de cuatro nuevos proyectos regionales: Tumbes, Piura, Cajamarca y Cusco a fin de seguir trabajando en la implementación de proyectos de Instalación de Banda Ancha para la Conectividad Integral y Desarrollo Social de las regiones del país.

Estos proyectos se aúnan a los que se encuentran en ejecución (Apurímac, Ayacucho, Huancavelica y Lambayeque). Todo ello, conforme a lo establecido en la Ley N° 29904 y su Reglamento.

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Projects for regions of peru 09.09.15

  1. 1. Technical Secretariat of FITEL September, 2015 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES FUND FOR INVESTMENTS IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS FITEL 1 Tumbes Piura Cajamarca Cusco Telecommunication Projects for Regions of Perú Telecommunications for development and social inclusion
  2. 2. FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES Economic an political environment Stability and business climate 2
  3. 3. Fuente: MEF Real GDP. Peru 2014-2019 (annual growth,%) Peru average 2014-2019 3.1% 4.3% Latin America average 2014-2019 Inflation. Peru 2014-2019 (average annual change,%) Peru average 2014-2019 3.9% 2-0% Latin America average 2014-2019 3 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES Peru, economic growth (future): stable Growth and stability
  4. 4. Peru: attractive country for investment Investment grade Grado de inversión Países Grado de inversión Países Grado de inversión Países Aaa AAA AAA Aa1 AA+ AA+ Aa2 AA AA Aa3 Chile AA- AA- A1 A+ Chile A+ Chile A2 A A A3 Perú A- A- Baa1 BBB+ Perú BBB+ Perú Baa2 Brasil, Colombia BBB Colombia BBB Colombia Baa3 Uruguay BBB- Brasil, Uruguay BBB- Brasil, Uruguay Ba1 BB+ BB+ Ba2 Paraguay BB Bolivia, Paraguay BB Ba3 Bolivia BB- BB- Bolivia, Paraguay B1 B+ B+ B2 B Ecuador B Venezuela B3 B- Venezuela B- Ecuador Caa1 Venezuela C+ C+ Caa2 Ecuador C C Caa3 CCC+ C- Sin calificación Argentina Sin calificación Argentina Sin calificación Argentina Moody´s S&P Fitch Countries above the line have investment grade Source: Moody´s Countrieswhichhave investmentgrade Chile FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES 4
  5. 5. Sorce: Doing Business 2015, Worl Bank Perú is the second country with the best environment for doing business in Latin America 5 Perú: Business environment: favorable Perú, environment for business FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  6. 6. FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES Legislation and Regulatory environment 6
  7. 7. Deployment of Optical Fiber Infrastructure RDNFO and Regional Projects Network Neutrality Freedom to use Foster E-Government ICT connection between the state and citizens Foster the creation of contents, applications and digital skills training Focused in areas as education and health Impulse to the National Network of State (REDNACE) More… - National Plan for E-Government / e-Inclusion Plan - The Peruvian Digital Agenda "Law for the Promotion of Broadband and Construction of the National Fiber Optic Backbone“ (RDNFO) and its Regulations State Policy towards the development of an information and knowledge society Fuente: Ley 29904 7 Promoting and favorable: Law 29904 Legal and Regulatory framework (I) FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  8. 8. Measures to promote private investment in infrastructure; removes barriers to carry it out • There are signed agreements with Regional Gobernors which undertake to facilitate procedures. • Agreements with each of the regional governments to ensure payment for services to be provided to Local Schools and Health facilities will be signed • Agreements with power companies for use of their infrastructure Law 30228 Agreements Law for the expansion of telecommunications infrastructure Agreements with key stakeholderss FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES 8 Favorable regulatory and political environment Legal and Regulatory framework (II)
  9. 9. Telecommunications Market environment Existing gap and growth opportunity 9 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  10. 10. Rural Internet: Low growth, coupled with a strong national dispersion (18 out of 24 regions, are below Peru average) Density internet per household (%). Peru 2013 Density internet per household (%). Peru 2008- 2013 Peru: 25% Analysis of environment: state of the telecommunications sector in Peru. August 2014 Source: ENAHO 10 ¿FITEL challenge? FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  11. 11. Computers: Low growth, coupled with a strong national dispersion (17 out of 24 regions, are below Peru average) Perú: 35% ¿FITEL challenge? Home computer density (%). Perú 2013Home computer density (%). Peru 2008-2013 Analysis of environment: state of the telecommunications sector in Peru. August 2014 Source: ENAHO 11 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  12. 12. Source: Katz (2011) 5% 10% 20% 30% USA Peru Bajo Alto Broadbandimpactgrowth ofGDP Broadband penetration 2013 (estimated) 40% Asia-Oceania Europe America Korea Switzerland Brasil Japan Colombia México Canada Chile Germany low penetration average penetration high penetration Spain 4 IMPACTSINTERNET ECONOMIC GROWTH JOB CREATION INCREASING PRODUCTIVITY INNOVATION 12 Impact of the Internet on economic growth. Countries with the highest penetration level has a greater impact Broadband Divide and opportunities FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  13. 13. Telecommunications market environment Consumption pattern 13 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  14. 14. Average Internet speed (Mbps). Peru 2009-2013 Source: Akamai, OSIPTEL, FMI, Telecom operators GDP per capita (USD) vs. Average Internet Speed (Mbps). Peru 2013 27% Internet ARPU (US$/conecction/month). Perú 2010-2013 Average annual growth 2009-2013 14 Peru fixed Internet market: development level "emergent" Market: Data consumption pattern FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  15. 15. Broadband Projects National Fiber Optic Backbone - RDNFO 15 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  16. 16. Source: MTC, FITEL, PROINVERSIÓN State Vision: Expanding high-capacity network Details of RDNFO: • Kilometers of Fiber Optic: 13500 Km • Investment amount: USD 333 Millones • 180 Provinces interconnected • Buena Pro granted to: - Contractor/Operator: AZTECA – COMUNICACIONES - Contract signed: june 17, 2014 - Term concession: 20 years • Start of installations: December 2014 • End of installations of RDNFO: June 2016 16 National Fiber Optic Backbone- RDNFO FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  17. 17. Broadband projects FITEL's Projects for Regions 17 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  18. 18. Regional access netwoks FITEL Institutions demand School Health Police To build communication networks of high transmission capacity to contribute to the integral development of the towns. Reduction of digital divide Deployment of ICT broadband high capacity applications and services (e- government, tele-health, tele- education, etc.) Integration of State (sectors of education, health), Local Governments. 18 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES Objectives of Projects for Regions (I)
  19. 19. 21 Projects Financing +US$1800 million 3.9 million Beneficiary Population 29000 Km Optical fiber deployment +11 thousand State institutions Contents and training Education, Health y Safety +6000 beneficiary localities 19 Regional Projects: Dimension of total scope FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  20. 20. Installation is free of charge for the State Institutions 7060 3524 568 232 Download Minimum guaranteed rate (%) Monthly payment (Tax included) (Peruvian currency) 2 Mbps 40% S/ 97.59 4 Mbps 40% S/. 142,06 HealthSchools Police stations Other institutions Data rate and costs 20 Regional Projects. Beneficiaries, speeds and tariffs FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  21. 21. Fiber Optic Backbone (RDNFO)  Possibility of interconnection with operators in Lima or in any of the 180 capitals of province where reaches the RDNFO  Possible Output to Internet from Lima, supported by transport Network of RDNFO. Deployment of the Transport Network 21 Regional Projects. Beneficiaries, speeds and tariffs Regional Projects: Networks (I) FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  22. 22. Regional Fiber Optic Project 22 Deployment of the Access Network Regional Projects: Networks (II) FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  23. 23. 23 Increase access, use and appropriation of broadband in priority sectors: education, health and safety Regional Projects: Services FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES 2 Mb Minimum Internet (Broadband) Intranet
  24. 24. Regional Broadband Projects 4 Projects whose contracts were awarded in March 5, 2015 24 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  25. 25. Regional Fiber Optic Network connecting districts 765 Thousand 295 District capitals 1169 Localities Districts connected to the OF Beneficiary localities Beneficiary population State Institutions Educational (Schools) 1543 Health 759 Police stations 107 04 Projects Total amount of financing awarded: US$ 345.6 Million 25 04 Regional Projects: Apurimac, Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Lambayeque FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  26. 26. Regional Broadband Projects 4 New Projects in promotion 26 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  27. 27. 4 Projects: Tumbes, Piura, Cajamarca, Cusco Financing +US$449 million +800 thousand Beneficiary Population +6000 Km Optical fiber deployment +2800 State institutions 278 Education, Health and Safety +1,494 Beneficiary localities 27 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES 4 Regional Projects in Promotion
  28. 28. Description Date • Public Announce of Tender and publication of Tender Documents September 05 • Submission of Envelope Number 1 (Bidders prequalification) Until october 29 • Publication of Financing Contract Until november 19 • Submission of Envelopes Number 2 and Number 3 Until November 30 • Buena Pro Until December 7 28 Schedule of activities public tender - 2015 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  29. 29. 281 thousand Benefitiary inhabitants 1648 Km Optical Fiber deployment 662 State institutions Investment = US$ 26.5 million Transport network Investment + Subsidy = US$ 74.1 million Access network Total awarded financing is the addition of both quantities 371 Benefitiary localities 29 Piura Regional Project FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  30. 30. 54 thousand Benefitiary inhabitants 392 Km Optical Fiber deployment 86 State institutions Investment = US$ 7.4 million Transport network Investment + Subsidy = US$ 16.9 million Access network Total awarded financing is the addition of both quantities 51 Benefitiary localities 30 Tumbes Regional Project FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  31. 31. 356 thousand Benefitiary inhabitants 2222 Km Optical Fiber deployment 1520 State institutions Investment = US$ 39.6 million Transport network Investment + Subsidy = US$ 165.8 million Access network Total awarded financing is the addition of both quantities 735 localidades beneficiadas 31 Cajamarca Regional Project FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  32. 32. 177 thousand Benefitiary inhabitants 2206 Km Optical Fiber deployment 601 State institutions Investment = US$ 38.1 million Transport network Investment + Subsidy = US$ 81.2 million Access network Total awarded financing is the addition of both quantities 337 localidades beneficiadas 32 Cusco Regional Project FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES
  33. 33. FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES Conclusions ¿ Why invest in Peru? 33
  34. 34. • Fixed broadband market Peru: level of development "emerging" • Potential growth of data consumption (Mbps) with a stable ARPU • Fixed broadband market structure: emerging operators as potential clients of regional operator • Mobile Broadband Market structure: emerging operators as potential customers of regional operator Economic attractiveness for investment in a favorable environment Business Opportunities in wholesale and retail, emerging segments • Investment Grade: Peru, attractive country • Political and regulatory environment: favorable Economic and political environment Market environment 34 Why invest in Peru? FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES Key ideas
  35. 35. Fund for Investments in Telecommunications Technical Secretariat of FITEL E-mail: lmontes@mtc.gob.pe Phone: (511) 6157800 Ext 1234 www.fitel.gob.pe 35 FONDO DE INVERSIÓN EN TELECOMUNICACIONES

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