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Mitsui & Co., Ltd.’s Business Activities in Mexico Corporate Brochure March 2013

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Corporate Profile of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. – About us About Mitsui Mitsui & Co., Ltd. is a Japanese trading service company and also it’s a important investor. Mitsui is also one of the most diversified trading and largest worldwide company.

History Mitsui’s history can be traced back to 1673, when Mr. Takatoshi Mitsui opened Echigoya (kimono shop) in edo (former Tokyo). 1876 The former Mitsui & Co. established as Japan’s first general trading company (sogo shosha) . 1886 Signed spinning machine sales representative contract with Platt Brothers & Co. Ltd. 1888 Acquired Miike coal mine from Japanese government 1947 Company dissolved by order of General Headquarters of Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers (GHQ). Daiichi Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., established (considered to be the establishment of the current Mitsui & Co.). 1959 Daiichi Bussan Kaisha, Ltd. Integrated with other trading companies (Mitsui & Co.’s great amalgamation) and changed its name to Mitsui & Co., Ltd. 1966 Established Mitsui & Co. (USA), Inc.

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(Right above) Echigoya (kimono shop) with Mount Fuji in background depicted in Surugacho (1856), from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, by Ando Hiroshige.


Corporate Profile of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Company Name

MITSUI & CO., LTD.

Date of Establishment

July 25, 1947

Representative

Masami Iijima, Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer

Common Stock

¥341,481,648,946

Number of Employees

6,136 (44,805 on consolidated basis)

Number of Offices and Overseas Trading Subsidiaries (As of April 1, 2012)

154 offices in 69 countries

Japan : Overseas :

12 offices 142 offices in 65 countries

2-1, Ohtemachi 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan

Head Office

TEL: 81(3)3285-1111 FAX: 81(3)3285-9819 URL: http://www.mitsui.com/mx/

Number of Subsidiaries and Associated Companies

Subsidiaries: Japan 76 Overseas 187 Associated Companies: Japan 41 Overseas 109

Total 413

Stock Exchange Listings: Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Fukuoka Number of Shares Authorized: 2,500,000,000 Stock Information

Common Stock Issued: 1,829,153,527 Number of Shareholders: 210,164

(As of March 31, 2012)

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Mitsui & Co.’s Head Office


Corporate Profile of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Financial Key Figures US$11 billones*

US$2.9 billones*

US$5.4 billones*

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US$112 billones*

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Corporate Profile of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. – Main Business Six main Business Areas Logistics and trading of  mineral and metal resources, metals and steel  products we reinfoirce a comprehensive value chain.

Logistics and trading of energy resources such as oil, natural gas and coal, we contribute to the stable supply of energy vital to both industry and society.

Iron & Steel Products Business Unit Mineral & Resources Business Unit

Long-term, reliable supply  Infrastructure Projects Business Unit of social infrastructure such as electricity, gas, water and  Motor Vehicles & railways. We provide sales, Construction Business Unit financing, lease, transportation and logistics,  Marine & Aerospace Business Unit and project investment in a wide range of machineries.

 Encompass trade and investment in a range of industries from upstream  chemicals such as petrochemicals, fertilizer raw materials and chlor-alkali, through to downstream chemicals such as functional materials, electronics materials and specialty chemicals. Copyright © Mitsui & Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Copyright MITSUI CO., LTD. All right reserved.

We provide value-added products and services, develop businesses and make investments in the fields of food resources, food products, retail support business, medical and healthcare, fashion, forestry plantation resources and real state-related business.

Basic Chemicals Business Unit

 Energy Business Unit I  Energy Business Unit II

 Food Resources Business Unit  Food Products & Services Business Unit  Consumer Service Business Unit

 We are developing various opportunities in logistics, insurance,  finance, and information technology-related projects. We continue to establish our business  pipeline with initiatives to strengthen our company-wide revenue base through the multisegmental supply of specialized functions.

Perdormance Chemicals Business Unit

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IT Business Unit Financial & New Business Unit

Transportation Logistics Business Unit


Corporate Profile of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. – Activities in Mexico Mexico is one of the eight strategic countries* within the Mid-term Business Plan of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Mitsui's main activities in Mexico are the traditional global trading business and recently we have become a very important investor for Mexico in the following areas: 1) Investor of social infrastructure projects such as "BOT" (Build, Operate and Transfer), "BOO" (Build, Operate and Own) and "PPP" (Public Private Partnership), etc. 2)

Business related to the Automotive Industry.

Mitsui want to further strengthen and expand its business in the Mexican market.

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Power Generation, Gas and related Activities with Energy Infrastructure

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Water Projects (Wastewater Treatment, Purification and supply of Water)

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Business related Automotive Industry and other Industries ( 1 )

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Business related Automotive Industry and other Industries ( 2 )

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Traditional Trading Business (Export and Import)

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Presence of Mitsui & Co. Ltd.’s Group Companies in Mexico Company

Mitsui de Mexico (MDM)

Business Activities

Traditional Trading and Corporate Function

Number of Employees

53

Company

Atlatec, S.A. de C.V. (ATLATEC)

Business Activities

Water engineering company that works in construction, financing, operation and maintenance of wastewater treatment and drinking water facilities.

Business Activities

Number of Employees

769

Number of Employees

160

Company

Mitsui&Co.Power Development and Management Americas, S. de R.L. de C.V. (MPA)

Company

COMPAÑÍA DE GENERACIÓN VALLADOLID, S. DE R.L. DE C.V. (CGV)

Business Activities

Independent Power Producer MPA is managing five Power Plants and one Pipeline which MT Falcon Holding (Mitsui 40%, Tokyo Gas 30%, Chubu Elec. 20% and Tohoku Elec. 10%) owns.

Business Activities

Independent Power Producer CGV owns the Valladolid III Power Plant at Valladolid, Yucatan.

Number of Employees

237

Number of Employees

43

Company

Hino Motors Sales Mexico, S.A. de C.V. (HIMEX)

Company

Road Machinery Mexico (RMC)

Business Activities

Distributor of Hino (Truck Manufacturer of Toyota Group), with an assembling factory in Silao (HMMM)

Business Activities

Provide sales and maintenance services for the mining machines of Komatsu.

Number of Employees

39

Number of Employees

467

Company

Terminal KMS de GNL (KMS)

Company

Transfreight SA de CV (Transfreight Mex)

Business Activities

Construction, ownership and management business of LNG terminal at Manzanillo.

Business Activities

Logistic Service for the Automobile industry (BRP etc.) .

Number of Employees

12

Number of Employees

56

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Steel Technologies de Mexico (STEEL TECH.)

Steel Service Centers which provide slitting, stamping and other transformation as well as logistic service.

(At February 8, 2013)


2010: Mitsui celebrated 100 years anniversary in Mexico On April 29, 2010, President Calderon celebrated Mitsui’s 100 Year Anniversary.

The History of Mitsui Activities in Mexico

1910

 First Rep. Office at Mexico City of former Mitsui & Co.  (Export of cotton, import of fertilizer, general merchandise etc.)

1954

 First Power Generating Equipment Contract (“El Fuerte”)  (Mitsui supplies major power generating equipment, more than 20 types, such as  steam turbines, water turbines and generators etc. to CFE then and now)

1955

 Establish Mitsui Mexicana Ltda. (currently Mitsui de Mexico)

1960~  Various Telecommunication Equipment for SCT/ TELEMEX  Export of shrimp, coffee, chicle evergreen etc.  14 tankers for PEMEX 1970~  Import of Steel Products corresponding to the industrial development in Mexico  Export Petro-Chemical Product 1980~  Steel making plants for Sicartsa etc.  Start to arrange the Financing for a large-scale plant system  Start to export Orange Juice to Japan

1990 ~  Topolobampo 360MW Thermal Power Plant (Full Turnkey with 100% Financing)  100 locomotives & rehabilitation of existing locomotives for FNM 2003 2004 2005 2007

2008 2009 2010 2012

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Awarded Valladolid Power Project (First Mitsui IPP business in Mexico) Participate in Water Treatment Business (PEMEX Refineries) Participate in Altamira LNG Terminal Acquisition of RMC Acquisition of Steel Technologies Mexico Awarded Queretaro Portable Water Project and Waste Water Project Start Hino Mexico business Manzanillo LNG Terminal Awarded Acquisition of Atlatec / El Ahogado awarded Agua Prieta Awarded Acquisition of 5 power plants & 1 gas pipeline asset (MPA) Atotonilco Awarded Terminal KMS start operations

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News Releases related with Mexico Jan 2010:

Mitsui participate in on of the World’s Largest Wastewater Treatment Projects in Mexico through its consolidated subsidiary Atlatec, together with IDEAL, ICA and ACCIONA AGUA concluded a 25 years wastewater treatmnent service agreement with National Water Commisision of Mexico which involves the construction and operation.

Jul 2010:

Mitsui and Tokyo Gas announced that they have completed on 2 nd of June the acquisition of the total ownership interest in a portfolio of companies holding five gas-fired combined cycle power stations in Mexico (with a aggregate total generating capacity of 2,233MW), as well as relevant companies including a pipeline company based on agreements with Gas Natural.

Sep 2012:

Mitsui through its holding company, MIT Gas Mexico (MGM), announce their participation in the gas distribution business in Mexico. MGM concluded a share purchase agreement with Iberdrola on September 18, 2012, for Mitsui’s acquisition of a 13.25% share in Gas Natural Mexico (GNM) with the purchase of US$82million. Mitsui has also reached an agreement with the remaining shareholders in NGM to acquire 1.75 of an additional shareholding in GNM with the purchase amount of US$10.8million to reach 15% in Total.

Jan 2013:

Mitsui has agreed with Gestamp Automoción (GA), one of the world’s largest manufacturers of automotive components, to acquire up to 30% stake (€300million) in controlling companies of GA’s North and South American operations (GA’s Americas companies). GA’s Americas companies currently have a total of 15 plants in USA, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.

Jan 2013:

Mitsui agreed with EDF EN Mexico to participate in the 164 MW Bii Stinu Wind Project, located in Oaxaca, Mexico. Mitsui throught MIT Renewables Mexico (MITRE Mexico), its newly established subsidiary, will acquire 50% ownership in the common stock of Eoliatec del Istmo, who owns the Bii Stinu Wind Project. (MX$5.1 billion).

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