Economic Crisis:  Effects in Colombia<br />Braulio Angulo<br />Lina Oviedo<br />Catalina Carmona<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
Economic Crisis<br />CONTENS<br />General Concepts<br /><ul><li>Origen
 Historial Data</li></ul>Colombia Effects<br />Industry sector and the crisis<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
Economic Crisis<br />FIRST WAVE<br />August 2007: The housing bubble burst in the United States<br />September – December ...
Economic Crisis<br />
Economic Crisis<br />OUR STRENGTHS<br /><ul><li>Execution of the Banks of the regulations.
 Invigoration of the patrimony of the banks.
 Improvement internal processes of administration of risks.
 Consolidation of the system: Those survived but strong.
 Politics of Independence of the Main Houses.
 Not existence of speculative bubbles.
 Comfortable situation of liquidity.
 Moderate Fiscal deficit.
 It appraises of Flexible Change.
 Closed economy.</li></ul>ARE WE PREPARED?<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
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  1. 1. Economic Crisis: Effects in Colombia<br />Braulio Angulo<br />Lina Oviedo<br />Catalina Carmona<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  2. 2. Economic Crisis<br />CONTENS<br />General Concepts<br /><ul><li>Origen
  3. 3. Historial Data</li></ul>Colombia Effects<br />Industry sector and the crisis<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  4. 4. Economic Crisis<br />FIRST WAVE<br />August 2007: The housing bubble burst in the United States<br />September – December 2007: The Fed lowers interest rates<br />It decreases the growth. Devaluation of the rate of change to adjust external bills.<br />January – September 2008: The crisis extends to the overall financial sector<br />The hit countries are the clerks of it USES.<br />September 2008: It is the breaking point. Lehman Brothers fail<br />February 2009: The U.S. Congress approves the fiscal stimulus package<br />SECOND WAVE<br />It triggers a crisis of confidence in the financial sector<br />Loss of briefcases in Europe generates the investors&apos; aversion to invest in emergent countries<br />October – December 2008: The governments of developed countries announced fiscal stimulus packages<br />January 2009: Developed countries officially entering recession<br />WORLD CRISIS: TWO WAVES<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  5. 5. Economic Crisis<br />
  6. 6. Economic Crisis<br />OUR STRENGTHS<br /><ul><li>Execution of the Banks of the regulations.
  7. 7. Invigoration of the patrimony of the banks.
  8. 8. Improvement internal processes of administration of risks.
  9. 9. Consolidation of the system: Those survived but strong.
  10. 10. Politics of Independence of the Main Houses.
  11. 11. Not existence of speculative bubbles.
  12. 12. Comfortable situation of liquidity.
  13. 13. Moderate Fiscal deficit.
  14. 14. It appraises of Flexible Change.
  15. 15. Closed economy.</li></ul>ARE WE PREPARED?<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  16. 16. Economic Crisis<br /> OUR WEAKNESSES<br /><ul><li>Rigid, slow and antiquated economy: Strong blow = Long recovery.
  17. 17. Closed: Adjust of the demand it is but traumatic.
  18. 18. There are not structural measures.
  19. 19. There was not saving in the upward part of the cycle.
  20. 20. The shy measures generate distrust.
  21. 21. Exports: High dependence
  22. 22. Pyramids</li></ul>ARE WE PREPARED?<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  23. 23. Economic Crisis<br />World Trade, World, Latin America and Colombia: Tendency Line<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  24. 24. Economic Crisis<br />FIRMS DECLAREDT BANCKRUPT 2008 VS 2009<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  25. 25. Economic Crisis<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  26. 26. Economic Crisis<br />Behavior of the Manufacturer Industry<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  27. 27. Economic Crisis<br />Fuente: DANE- Dirección de Síntesis y Cuentas Nacionales<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  28. 28. Economic Crisis<br />THE CRISIS IN COLOMBIAARE WE PREPARED TO FACE IT?<br />RECOMMENDATIONS<br /><ul><li>To avoid measures of short term and populists.
  29. 29. To watch over financial sector-Non intervention of the BC in adjustment of Rate of Change.
  30. 30. Attraction of capitals stops after having overcome the crisis.
  31. 31. Crisis: Opportunity to achieve goals.</li></ul>ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  32. 32. Economic Crisis<br />THE CRISIS ACCORDING TO ALBERT EINSTEIN<br /> Let&apos;s not claim that the things change, if we always do the same. The crisis is the best blessing that him can to persons and countries happen, because the crisis brings progresses. The creativity is born of the anxiety, since the day is born of the dark night. It is in the crisis that he is born the inventive, the discoveries and the big strategies. The one who overcomes the crisis, excels himself to if same without remaining &apos;overcome&apos;.<br /> The one who attributes the crisis to his defeats and penuries, violent his own talent and respects more to the problems than to the solutions. The real crisis, it is the crisis of the incompetence. The disadvantage of the persons and the countries is the indolence to find the exits and solutions. Without crisis there are no challenges, without challenges the life is a routine, a slow agony. Without crisis there are no merits. It is the crisis where the best thing of each one outcrops, because without crisis all wind is a caress. To speak about crisis is to promote it, and to be quiet in the crisis it is to exalt the conformism. Instead of this, let&apos;s work five-peseta coin. Let&apos;s finish at once with the only threatening crisis, which is the tragedy of not wanting to fight to overcome it.<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  33. 33. BIBLIOGRAPHY<br /><ul><li>www.banrep.gov.co
  34. 34. www.dpn.gov.co
  35. 35. www.dane.gov.co
  36. 36. Más allá del corto plazo. Revista Dinero: Nº 321, 06 de Marzo de 2009. [Consultado el 01 de Noviembre de 2009]. Disponible en <http://www.dinero.com/noticias-editorial/alla-del-corto-plazo/57513.aspx>
  37. 37. Crisis Externa: La segunda Ola. Revista Dinero: Nº 320, 06 de Marzo de 2009. [Consultado el 01 de Noviembre de 2009]. Disponible en <http://www.dinero.com/noticias-editorial/alla-del-corto-plazo/57513.aspx>
  38. 38. GOMEZ, Luisa. El mundo en recesión y Colombia estancada este año, según el FMI. El Tiempo, 23 de Abril de 2009. Pág. 1 – 2</li></ul>Economic Crisis<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
  39. 39. BIBLIOGRAPHY<br /><ul><li>Radio Santafe. In economic crisis, most affected unions point to new markets. October 10, 2009. Avalaible at :
  40. 40. http://www.radiosantafe.com/2009/10/10/por-crisis economica-gremios-mas-afectados-apuntan-a-nuevos-mercados/
  41. 41. DANE. PIB. September 2009. Avalaible at: http://www.dane.gov.co/files/investigaciones/boletines/pib/presen_PIB_IItrim09.pdf
  42. 42. DANE. PIB. Bogotá D.C. Septiember 24, 2009. Avalaible at:
  43. 43. DANE. newsbulletin: Manufacturing. June 2009. Avalaible at: http://www.dane.gov.co/files/comunicados/cp_pib_iitrim0http://www.dane.gov.co/files/investigaciones/boletines/mmm/bol_mmm_jun09.pdf</li></ul>Economic Crisis<br />ENGLISH V– 2009/2<br />
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