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English Proyect Day   Presentation
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  • 1. Economic Crisis: Effects in Colombia
    Braulio Angulo
    Lina Oviedo
    Catalina Carmona
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 2. Economic Crisis
    CONTENS
    General Concepts
    • Origen
    • 3. Historial Data
    Colombia Effects
    Industry sector and the crisis
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 4. Economic Crisis
    FIRST WAVE
    August 2007: The housing bubble burst in the United States
    September – December 2007: The Fed lowers interest rates
    It decreases the growth. Devaluation of the rate of change to adjust external bills.
    January – September 2008: The crisis extends to the overall financial sector
    The hit countries are the clerks of it USES.
    September 2008: It is the breaking point. Lehman Brothers fail
    February 2009: The U.S. Congress approves the fiscal stimulus package
    SECOND WAVE
    It triggers a crisis of confidence in the financial sector
    Loss of briefcases in Europe generates the investors' aversion to invest in emergent countries
    October – December 2008: The governments of developed countries announced fiscal stimulus packages
    January 2009: Developed countries officially entering recession
    WORLD CRISIS: TWO WAVES
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 5. Economic Crisis
  • 6. Economic Crisis
    OUR STRENGTHS
    • Execution of the Banks of the regulations.
    • 7. Invigoration of the patrimony of the banks.
    • 8. Improvement internal processes of administration of risks.
    • 9. Consolidation of the system: Those survived but strong.
    • 10. Politics of Independence of the Main Houses.
    • 11. Not existence of speculative bubbles.
    • 12. Comfortable situation of liquidity.
    • 13. Moderate Fiscal deficit.
    • 14. It appraises of Flexible Change.
    • 15. Closed economy.
    ARE WE PREPARED?
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 16. Economic Crisis
    OUR WEAKNESSES
    • Rigid, slow and antiquated economy: Strong blow = Long recovery.
    • 17. Closed: Adjust of the demand it is but traumatic.
    • 18. There are not structural measures.
    • 19. There was not saving in the upward part of the cycle.
    • 20. The shy measures generate distrust.
    • 21. Exports: High dependence
    • 22. Pyramids
    ARE WE PREPARED?
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 23. Economic Crisis
    World Trade, World, Latin America and Colombia: Tendency Line
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 24. Economic Crisis
    FIRMS DECLAREDT BANCKRUPT 2008 VS 2009
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 25. Economic Crisis
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 26. Economic Crisis
    Behavior of the Manufacturer Industry
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 27. Economic Crisis
    Fuente: DANE- Dirección de Síntesis y Cuentas Nacionales
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 28. Economic Crisis
    THE CRISIS IN COLOMBIAARE WE PREPARED TO FACE IT?
    RECOMMENDATIONS
    • To avoid measures of short term and populists.
    • 29. To watch over financial sector-Non intervention of the BC in adjustment of Rate of Change.
    • 30. Attraction of capitals stops after having overcome the crisis.
    • 31. Crisis: Opportunity to achieve goals.
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 32. BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • www.banrep.gov.co
    • 33. www.dpn.gov.co
    • 34. www.dane.gov.co
    • 35. Más allá del corto plazo. Revista Dinero: Nº 321, 06 de Marzo de 2009. [Consultado el 01 de Noviembre de 2009]. Disponible en
    • 36. Crisis Externa: La segunda Ola. Revista Dinero: Nº 320, 06 de Marzo de 2009. [Consultado el 01 de Noviembre de 2009]. Disponible en
    • 37. GOMEZ, Luisa. El mundo en recesión y Colombia estancada este año, según el FMI. El Tiempo, 23 de Abril de 2009. Pág. 1 – 2
    Economic Crisis
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2
  • 38. BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • Radio Santafe. In economic crisis, most affected unions point to new markets. October 10, 2009. Avalaible at :
    • 39. http://www.radiosantafe.com/2009/10/10/por-crisis economica-gremios-mas-afectados-apuntan-a-nuevos-mercados/
    • 40. DANE. PIB. September 2009. Avalaible at: http://www.dane.gov.co/files/investigaciones/boletines/pib/presen_PIB_IItrim09.pdf
    • 41. DANE. PIB. Bogotá D.C. Septiember 24, 2009. Avalaible at:
    • 42. 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
    Economic Crisis
    ENGLISH V– 2009/2

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