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The asian economy today
The asian economy today
The asian economy today
The asian economy today
The asian economy today
The asian economy today
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The asian economy today

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With this slidecast, I will give you an overview about the asian economy, more specifically about the Japanese and Indian economy.

With this slidecast, I will give you an overview about the asian economy, more specifically about the Japanese and Indian economy.

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  • 1. Anne-Sophie Brems
  • 2. Table of contents  Introduction Japanese economy  The current state of the economy  The solutions of the government  The threats  Conclusion Indian economy  A changing of a tax law of 1961 End
  • 3. Japanese economy   Continuous deflation  Reasons:  Export  Prices decrease  Consequences:  Population  Companies
  • 4. Japanese economy   Green vehicle  Subsidy of 100,000 yen  Objectives:  Improve  Buy eco-friendly car  Disadvantages  Global economic crisis  Earthquake  Domestic demand  High currency
  • 5. Japanese economy  High currency – strong yen
  • 6. Japanese economy  Current account deficit Shortfall: 437bn yen Reasons What brings the future?
  • 7. Japanese economy  Conclusion:  Lot of risks  Long way to go  Not impossible
  • 8. Indian economy   Changing a tax law  A law of 1961  Due a court battle with Vodafone  Doesn’t mean any differents  Retroactive  To deduct capital gains tax
  • 9. Thank you for your attention!

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