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Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone Philippines


Global Accessibility

Korea Japan

Clark is within 3 hours from major trading points in the ASEAN Region. It is also at the heart of Luzon Island, a 40 minute drive from Metro Manila or Subic.

Taiwan China

Dubai

Thailand

Malaysia

Vietnam

Brunei

Singapore

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Clark Master Plan The Freeport Zone •

4,400 has. consisting of the civil aviation complex (2,490 has.), Industrial parks, tourism and leisure estates, and ICT zones

The Special Economic Zone •

27,600 has. conducive for a AgroIndustrial, Tourism-Related Projects, Industrial Estate & ICT parks

10,684 hectares has been master planned for development


TECHNO INDUSTRIAL

Clark Freeport Zone

SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE AVIATION / LOGISTICS

TECHNO INDUSTRIAL

TOURISM

AVIATION / LOGISTICS

TOURISM TECHNO INDUSTRIAL TECHNO INDUSTRIAL

Master Development and Land Use Plan


CLARK LOCATORS BY INDUSTRY Industrial Agro Ind’l Commercial IT Service Aviation Related Tourism Institutional Utility Housing

IT 12% Service 30%

Commercial 13% Agro Ind’l 2%

Aviation Related 3% Industrial 25% Housing 6%

Tourism 6% Institutional Utility 1% 2%


SUMMARY OF CFZ CONTRACTS SIGNED ACCORDING TO NATIONALITY

Korea, 26% USA, 21%

Dutch India

Dutch, 1%

China France

India, 1% China, 2%

Hongkong British Virgin Islands (BVI) United Kingdom

France, 2% Taiwan

Hongkong, 3% British Virgin Islands (BVI), 4% United Kingdom, 4%

Japan, 17%

Taiwan, 5% Australia, 8%

As of October 2012 590 CFZ Locators

Australia Japan


Clark’s Economic Indicators

YEAR

INVESTMENT

EMPLOYMENT

EXPORT

2009

PHP 77.35 Billion

58,023

US $ 1.03 Billion

2010

PHP 85.41 Billion

60,162

US $ 1.45 Billion

2011

PHP 106.44 Billion

64,055

US $ 3.91 Billion

As of February 2012, employment has reached to 70,097


Infrastructure Support Subic International Seaport

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Clark North Interchange & Panday Pira Access Road

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Clark North 2 Bridge Exit Start of Project ClarkTarlac Package 2

Clark North 3 Bridge Entry

M.A. Roxas Under Pass 1

Gil Puyat Under Pass

Friendship Gate

Airport

Clark Logistics Interchange

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U-Turn Slot Spur NLE Interchange

Logistics Interchange

SCTex

North Luzon Expressway


Utilities Power:

Existing: 69KV line direct from Mexico Substation 3 Substations with a total of 98 MVA CDC Projects: Construction of 2 x 150 MVA, 230/69KV substations Installation of dual 230KV Transmission line from Mexico to Clark to be loop to the existing ConcepcionClark 230 KV line. CEDC Projects: 69 KV lines in loop within CFZ Construction of an additional 33 MVA 69/13.8KV Substation Power Rate: P 6.88 /kwh or US $ 0.17 kwh (as of November 2012) ($ 1 = P 40.91 – Dec. 7, 2012) Water: 1,177,560 m3 / month available resource 23 deep wells Current Production: 856,182 / month Current Consumption: 747,610m3/ month 5 reservoirs with capacity of 2.9 Million Gallons 13.2kms piping network Water with Sewer Fee: Residential: P 16.40/ m3 Commercial: P 38.15/ m3 Industrial: P 37.78/ m3 Telecoms Service High Speed Fiber Optic Cabling and Redundant Fiber Optic Loop Available STM1 and Multiple STM1 Available Capacity / Bandwidth

Commercial Residential National International

USD 22.84/month USD 13.22/month USD 0.09/min. USD 0.36/min.


Manpower and Wages 35,000 graduates annually Number of Schools Offering ICT Programs Top Degree Programs

Median Pay *Regional Minimum Wage is PhP302/day or US$6.70/day or US$175/month

94 160 Colleges/Universities in the Region BS Computer Engineering BS Computer Science BS Electrical & Communications Engineering BS Information Technology BS Medical Technology BS Information Management BS Aircraft Maintenance Technology

Encoder/Transcriptionist

$ 248/month

Customer Service Rep.

$ 282/month

Team Leader /Technician

$ 328/month

Analyst/ Software Developer

$ 400/month

MIS/Systems Administrator

$ 413/month

Manager/ Department Head

$ 957/month


Incentives 1. Preferential tax rate of 5% based on GIE provided that 70% of products are to be exported 2. Duty Free importation of capital equipment, raw materials and finished goods subject to 70% minimum export requirement 3. Zero Value added tax on local purchases

Other Incentives 1. Specialized Investors and Workers Visa 2. Electronics Transit Admission Permit System (E-TAPS)

Lease Rates Land: Building:

Starts at US$ 0.30 per square meter per month depending on location Starts at US$ 2.00 per square meter per month depending on condition of structure


Investor Friendly Climate • CARE System

• Simplified registration process • Multi-modal connectivity

• 24/7 Warehousing • 24/7 Customs/Logistics services •Clark Trade System (electronic, paperless transaction of import/export permits)


MSK GROUP WORK CLARK, INC.

4.48 has. Area - Warehouse/ Factory Building Units along Creek Side Road, CFZ


SUMMARY REPORT FOR FEDEX FLIGHTS NO. OF

NO. OF

INBOUND FLIGHTS

OUTBOUND FLIGHTS

January

51

51

February

43

43

March

55

54

April

50

50

May

53

53

June

49

49

July

53

53

August

54

54

September

52

51

October

52

51

November

48

50

December

51

52

611

611

PARTICULAR

TOTAL


e-TAP Procedures 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Registration with CDC; Preparation , Uploading of List of Importables. Subscription with VASP Enrollment (CDC-TRE) for Payment of Freeport Fees Electronic filling of e-TAP Release of Goods at Port of Discharge Delivery of the Goods to the Zone/Locators’ premise

e-ED Procedures 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Registration with CDC; Preparation , Uploading of List of Exportables. Subscription with VASP Electronic Filing of e-ED Filing of the Authority to Load at BOC-OSEDC Examination/Clearance of Goods at CCA Exit of Goods and Transit to the Port of Loading

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2012-2013 2012-2013 Top 8 Overall


CDC Strategic Map VISION By 2020, CDC shall have established Clark as the premiere logistics, light industry, industrial, service and tourism center in Southeast Asia. MISSION The CDC generates meaningful and gainful employment and catalyzes sustainable economic development by converting Clark into the preferred international civil aviation complex; modern industrial estate; tourism, trade and business center. All these are consistent with national goals and adhering to the highest standards of good governance.

Customer

Profitable business ventures

Gainful employment

Robust economic development Finance Financial sustainability

Secure targeted investments through aggressive marketing

Core Process

Sign up identified investors for specific packaged high impact themed projects

Address future development requirements of the Freeport and Metro Clark communities to be more efficient and competitive Optimize assets through business models and strategic partnerships that create higher value

Learning and Growth

Provide efficient regulatory and support services to create a sound business environment

Establish full control over non productive CFZ land assets using balance of firm enforcement and inclusive growth

Transform the organization into a responsive, performance-based structure Provide accurate, real-time and secure data for decisionmaking, security, monitoring and customer service

Develop competencies of strategic units


Clark Freeport ‌. Your ultimate gateway to Business and Leisure.


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