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프랑스의 매력적인 투자 환경 FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD

Hyun Mo KIM - 06-févr.-2017 02:11:51
                                              FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD                                                                                &                                              SURVEY ON FRANCE’S BUSINESS IMAGE   FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD       For the seventh consecutive year, Business France, in conjunction with the Treasury Directorate at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance, and the French Commission for Regional Equality (CGET), is proud to present the France Attractiveness Scoreboard . By compiling a vast array of economic data concerning outcome indicators and economic attractiveness criteria, and without resorting to data-weighted aggregate indicators, the Scoreboard enables an objective analysis to be made of France as an investment location.    Reasons for publishing the France Attractiveness Scoreboard    To meet the challenge of measuring France’s investment attractiveness in relation to other major European countries.    To shed light on the complexity of measuring an economy’s attractiveness, a notion that depends on a considerable number of different criteria.    To measure this attractiveness using quantifiable economic indicators from leading data sources (OECD, IMF, UNCTAD, Eurostat, etc.).    Methodological approach    A comparison of France’s attractiveness relative to 13 other countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and Sweden.    The Scoreboard uses 126 indicators to examine economic attractiveness criteria in nine fields influencing the location of foreign investments: market size and strength / education and human capital / research and innovation / infrastructure / administrative and regulatory environment / financial environment / costs and taxation / quality of life / green growth.    Key points   1- This seventh edition confirms that France’s structural advantages are fundamental to its investment attractiveness, and also highlights the impact of reforms underway to boost the competitiveness of the French economy.   2- In contrast to international rankings based on composite competitiveness indicators and opinion surveys that provide patchy analysis far removed from the reality observed by investors on the ground, the France Attractiveness Scoreboard provides comparative and objective analysis of the main criteria against which France’s investment attractiveness can be judged.   3- Main findings:    France’s strengths: Market size and location, human capital, an innovation- and R&D-friendly tax environment, a beneficial administrative and regulatory environment for business creation, high-quality infrastructure, a cost-effective energy mix, rising hourly labor productivity and moderation of labor costs in industry.    France’s weaknesses: Taxation in particular.   CONCLUSION : The Scoreboard seeks to demonstrate that investment attractiveness cannot be measured using a single indicator, and must instead be assessed holistically by considering all the components that make an economy attractive. It pinpoints a number of areas in which France must regain ground in today’s competitive environment, and underlines the purpose of current reforms.   FRANCE’S FIELDS OF EXCELLENCE Top 20 indicators of France’s attractiveness as an investment location France’s position Leading countries Fertility rate (2014) 1 France, Ireland Access to EU-27 markets (2015) 3 Belgium, Netherlands Trends in unit labor costs (2015) - Manufacturing sector 1 France, Netherlands Trends in productivity per hour worked (2015) - Manufacturing sector 2 Sweden, France Government funding of business enterprise R&D expenditure (BERD) and R&D tax incentives (2013) 1 France, Belgium R&D personnel (2014) 4 Finland, Sweden Net growth in active enterprises (2014)- Total economy 1* France, United Kingdom Net growth in active enterprises (2014)- Manufacturing sector 1* France, Netherlands 15 leading airports in the EU-28 (2015) – cargo 1 France (Paris-CDG), Germany (Frankfurt am Main) 15 leading airports in the EU-28 (2015) – passengers 2 United Kingdom (Heathrow), France (Paris-CDG) Broadband penetration rate (2015) 2 Netherlands, France Electricity rates (2015) 3 Sweden, Finland Enterprises and individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities (2015) 2 Finland, France Change in lending to non-financial corporations (2016) 1* France, Germany Global market share in European investment funds industry (2015) 3 Ireland, Germany Venture capital investment (2015) 3 Finland, Ireland Carbon intensity (2014) 2 Sweden, France please continue reading on the attached document  

3 000 entreprises au coeur de l’économie française

Hyun Mo KIM - 20-mars-2016 08:11:02
3 000 entreprises au coeur de l’économie française   L’essentiel de l’activité économique des secteurs principalement marchands est porté par un nombre restreint d’entreprises. En 2013, sur les 3,3 millions d’entreprises, 3 000 concentrent 52 % de la valeur ajoutée, 70 % des investissements et 83 % des exportations. Cet ensemble est constitué principalement de grandes entreprises (240) et d’entreprises de taille intermédiaire (2 030), mais compte aussi des PME, y compris des microentreprises. 40 % de ces 3 000 entreprises sont industrielles et réalisent 57 % des exportations. La moitié de la valeur ajoutée des secteurs principalement marchands Deux tiers des 3 000 entreprises sont des ETI 40 % de ces 3 000 entreprises sont industrielles

La French Tech is the next big thing: following the path of Silicon Valley

Hyun Mo KIM - 11-mars-2016 03:12:30
La French Tech is the next big thing: following the path of Silicon Valley Silicon Valley is renowned the world over for innovation, creativity and job creation. In 2015, venture capital investment amounted to US$27.3 billion, while the number of jobs grew 4.1%. The Silicon Valley model, with its proven track record, is to build open, collaborative and mutually beneficial ecosystems for all parties. The digital economy is transforming ecosystems, as France, too, looks to replicate a good ... deal of Silicon Valley’s success. John Chambers, Executive Chairman of Cisco Systems, has gone on record to state that “France is the next big thing”, and that “the French government gets it” in making a bold switch to digitize the French economy, lowering barriers to entry for entrepreneurs through various tax incentives and immersion programs. According to John Chambers, “the country is at an inflection point” and that “the time to invest in France’s future is now” by backing initiatives like “La French Tech” to help French startups gain momentum and propel them onto the global stage. The creation of “French Tech Hubs” in cities like San Francisco has given French startups a greater collective profile in foreign markets and helped them get set up in various digital technology ecosystems abroad. France is also striving to attract innovators from other countries to pursue their ideas in France through the “French Tech Ticket” program. Mentalities are changing: French entrepreneurs no longer shy away from failure, and now see risk as necessary for progress and transformation. The number of French startups is growing at a rate of more than 20% per year, and for the third year in a row, France sent the second largest foreign delegation to the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show in January 2016. By harnessing elements similar to those found in the Silicon Valley ecosystem, France is taking a strong lead in driving forward technological disruption and, despite other macro issues facing the nation, is proud to stand out in a globally competitive field.    

프랑스, MWC 2016의 최대 참가국 France fields largest foreign delegation at Mobile World Congress 2016

Hyun Mo KIM - 23-févr.-2016 04:11:55
France fields largest foreign delegation at Mobile World Congress 2016 HD live streaming ’made in France’, private 4G networks, ultra high-speed networks powered by LED bulbs (Li-Fi), 360° cameras… Cutting-edge mobile technology expertise from “La French Tech” will be among the main attractions at the Mobile World Congress 2016 being held in Barcelona from February 22 to 25, 2016. For the 10th year in a row, Business France, the  national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, is running the French Tech Pavilion at the Congress, supporting 115 innovative French firms, or more than  60% of the 189 French exhibitors at the event. Of these, the pavilion will be home to over 60 promising startups, accounting for 90% of the fledgling companies exhibiting at the event. France will consequently be the number one nation represented at the Congress. At the same time, Business France and “La French Tech” are holding a French Tech Hackathon at 4YFN [4 Years From Now], the startup event that runs alongside the MWC. Eight French teams will compete over three days (February 22 to 24) in a 120 sq. m. venue at the heart of the exhibition to develop a prototype connected device. They will also be coached by renowned mentors, including Parrot, Sigfox and Netatmo. Yet more proof that innovation is alive and well in France following recent successes at CES 2016! The Mobile World Congress is the leading global event in the mobile telephony industry. In the course of the week-long summit, Barcelona will play host to over 2,200 exhibitors and 95,000  professionals. The gathering is an opportunity to sound out the industry while defining key trends for the year ahead. Each year, the Congress showcases flagship innovations in the sector.  Samsung, Huawei, Blackberry and Google are all set to unveil their latest models. Network technologies like 5G and Li-Fi will feature prominently, as will developers of innovative applications, who will have their very own hall, dubbed “App Planet”. For the 10th year in a row, Business France is running the official MWC French Tech Pavilion, comprising two exhibition areas totaling 615 square meters. The first, located in Hall 8.1, is to be  given over to mobile applications, mobile advertising, digital marketing, and so forth. The second, larger area, located in Hall 5, is more general in scope but is to be focused on network technology and equipment suppliers. Business France telecoms experts from 11 countries* have selected 52 exhibitors to take part in a program of one-to-one meetings with foreign prospects. Also, for the second year running, Business France is to recognize the most innovative firms in the French Tech Pavilion. During the MWC, four of them will receive a Business France Award, awarded by a panel of experts (Orange, DigiWorld Idate, Syntec Numérique, Le Journal des Télécoms, Bpifrance and Business France) in four categories: - Innovation in telecoms: E-Blink - B2B solutions: Famoco - Startups: Plussh - Special award: Air-Lynx France’s longstanding strong presence at the Mobile World Congress is no accident. France has a long tradition of excellence and innovation in networks, driven in particular by major groups and publicly funded research. It also offers very advanced, internationally recognized engineering qualifications. Innovative SMEs and telecoms startups can draw on this pool of expertise to fuel creativity that makes waves at key global innovation events. For further information, please visit: http://mwc.businessfrance.fr/ * Brazil, China, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Russia, Singapore/ASEAN, Spain/Portugal, and the United Kingdom.  

Business France Seoul트위터 계정이 개설 되었습니다 Business France Seoul’s Twitter account is now open

Hyun Mo Kim - 22-févr.-2016 09:14:59
    안녕하십니까 ?   프랑스 대사관   Business France 전담 조직입니다 .   2016 년 한불 상호교류의 해를 맞이하여 프랑스 대사관   Business France Seoul 트위터 계정이 개설 되었습니다 .   프랑스 산업별 뉴스와 프랑스 기업의 동정뿐만 아니라   각 종 이벤트 및 행사에 대한 고부가가치 정보와 Creative France 및 French Tech 켐페인에 대한 성공 스토리 전파 트위터 Business France KR @BF_Coree 에 대한 많은 팔로우 부탁합니다 .       Business France Seoul Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/businessfranceseoul/?ref=hl               Hello,   Business France Seoul’s Twitter account is now open   2016 is the France-Korea Year, celebrating the 130th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our two countries. Business France Seoul is joining the celebration by opening a Twitter account which will provide high value information covering all the sectors of the French economy, French companies and start-ups, highlighting also the success stories of the Creative France and French Tech campaigns in South Korea. You are welcome to follow “ Business France KR@BF_Coree ”.       Business France Seoul Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/businessfranceseoul/?ref=hl             Bonjour,   Le compte Twitter de Business France Séoul est maintenant ouvert.   2016 est l’année France-Corée, célébrant le 130ème anniversaire de l’établissement des relations diplomatiques entre nos deux pays. Business France Seoul joint la célébration en ouvrant un compte Twitter, une source d’information de haute valeur couvrant tous les secteurs de l’économie française, ses entreprises et ses start-up, mettant aussi en valeur les success stories des campagnes Créative France et French Tech en Corée du Sud. Vous êtes invités à suivre ” Business France KR@BF_Coree ”.       Business France Seoul Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/businessfranceseoul/?ref=hl          
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