The Affects Of Infrastructure.Sam Kim.Presentation Transcript
The Affects of Infrastructure on International Trade By: Sam Kim
The United States of America
Global Location It is located in the North American continent, just below Canada and right above Mexico.
9.83 million km2 of land (3 rd largest)
GDP of $14.4 trillion (U.S.)
GDP per capita of $47,440
Population of about 308 million people.
Federal Constitutional Government.
Capitalism The capitalistic social structure has brought about an immense growth in the economy, but has also created many concerns. (such as social equality)
As the saying goes, the rich gets richer and poor gets poorer in this country.
The imbalance exists everywhere, but it serves as a facilitation of the growth in economy
The trend is spread to a global scale. This best indicates the international significance of the United States.
In 2008, 8.681 million motor vehicles were manufactured in the United States, the third largest in the world after Japan and China.
There are over 100 airline companies providing services in United states. (Canada has 15)
The American Airlines (AMR corp.) makes a net profit of 5.64 billion dollars per year.
U.S. has invented both internet and telephone and also remains as one of the most competitive innovators in the market.
Government Services Government services include but are not limited to: Troops, medical care, bond sharing, and deficit transactions. It contributes in setting the global image of U.S. in a positive manner
The United States of America remains as the owner of the largest national economy in the world. Its success owes much to its well developed infrastructure. Its global presence, the ability and accomplishments in the manufacturing industries have certainly contributed in making the global presence of United States so charismatic.