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USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World
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USA-Geopolitical Superpower vs. the World

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A little something from Spring 2010 regarding America and the "Rise of the Rest," being Brazil, Argentina, Russia, India, China.

A little something from Spring 2010 regarding America and the "Rise of the Rest," being Brazil, Argentina, Russia, India, China.

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  • Revamp of the constitution and judicial laws required in future
    Infrastructure – Bangalore example
  • Right to information improves the efficiency of the Indian bureaucrats and government officials.
    Media improves the efficiency of politicians
  • 41 vacations, terminating an employee is a big process, lots of drug use and crime,
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    • 1. Michael Musgrove
    • 2.  Recession and recovery – Ross  Porter's diamond analysis – David  India and Brazil – Raj  China – Lisa  A closer look at the rising rest – Adam  Strategy and wrap up – Thomas
    • 3. • NBER (National Bureau of Economic Research) •Declared beginning around December 2007 • Recession = Domino Effect Subprime Mortgage Crisis Banks Collapse Lending Frozen Manufacturing Layoffs
    • 4. •“Recession” is defined by NBER as “significant decline in the economic activity lasting more than a few months”
    • 5.  Governmental Actions  October 2008  $700 billion TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program)  January 2009  $787 billion Stimulus  Lowering Interest Rate  Home buyer tax credit  Job Creation Bill (Pending)
    • 6.  Reason for Optimism  Well-developed Economy  Leadership in Auto, Telecommunication, Aerospace, IT  Trade Deficit Lowering Slightly  Shrank in 2008 (707.8 bn to 681.1 bn)
    • 7.  Strong entrepreneurial culture  Technological advancement leader  China is forcing the U.S. to become more efficient  Excellent infrastructure to promote trade  Communication is widely available
    • 8.  Determines the direction of innovation and economic development  Diverse culture  Trend setter nation  Domestic firm global forecasting
    • 9.  The U.S. encourages fair competition (FTC)  Labor freedom  Privatization
    • 10.  Strong global position  Judicial system  Product performance  Environmental safety standards
    • 11.  Population: 1.1 billion  GNI Per capita: $1,066.5  Starting business – 13 procedures and 195 days  Profit tax: 25.1%  Closing a business: 7 years (for resolving bankruptcies)
    • 12.  Rural poverty and slums  Entrenched corruption  Poor infrastructure  Longest national constitution
    • 13.  Second largest English speaking population  Educated human capital  Evolving politics and media – Empowering democracy  Impact of services industry on overall economy
    • 14.  Population: 191 million  GNI Per capita: $7,351.22  Starting business – 16 procedures and 120 days  Profit tax: 21.3%  Closing a business: 4 years (for resolving bankruptcies)  Latin America’s first super power
    • 15.  Poverty and slums  Poor infrastructure  High public debt  Unequal income distribution
    • 16.  Brazil is far less reliant on exports  Only 17% are exports  Resource-rich country  Surge in domestic consumption  Attention from global investors
    • 17.  Population: 1.3 billion  GNI Per capita: $ 2774.88  Starting business – 14 procedures and 37days  Closing a business: 1.7 years (for resolving bankruptcies)  Profit tax: 6.3%
    • 18.  Cheap Labor & Education  Government policy  High saving rate  A strong manufacture base
    • 19.  The lack of rule of Law  Real Estate bubble
    • 20.  China has been the fastest growing U.S. export market among its major trading partners.  China has become the second-largest source for U.S. imports.  China has become the second-largest purchaser of U.S. Treasury securities.
    • 21.  The Rise of China  9% growth over past 3 decades  20 fastest growing cities  Industrial growth  Top Down Growth  Communist government  400 million pulled out of poverty  Future of China  Future growth  Government stability  Reliance on exporting
    • 22.  The Rise of India  6.9% growth over past decade  Shift in poverty and income  Bottom up Growth  Initiated from the people  Language and services  Future of India  Expected growth  Reliance on exporting  Democratic government
    • 23.  The Rise of Brazil  5% growth rate  Leading emerging market  Well Planned Growth  Top economists and international bankers  Structural reforms and fiscal policies  Future of Brazil  Exports account for 13% of GDP  Commodities exports  Domestic focus

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