ASIA’S RISING INFLUENCE IN THE
WORLD
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 Chinese market will grow 30% this year
 Luxury groups
 China
 Economic Crisis
 Paul Krugman
 Niall Ferguson...
Chinese market will grow 30% this
year
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 China
 Recovery in full swing
 Luxury goods
 Engine of gr...
Luxury groups
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 Versace
 Louis Vuitton
 Gucci
 Yves Saint Laurent
 Burberry
Economic crisis
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 Paul Krugman vs. Niall Ferguson
 Spend or cut?
 Seoul, South Korea
Paul Krugman
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 Princeton University professor
 Second round of fiscal stimulus
 First stimulus made...
Niall Ferguson
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 Harvard professor
 United States – Greece
 Defence spending
 China
 Against seco...
“The markets are fine until they’re not
fine”
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 Quote from Ferguson
 Treasury debt – foreign governm...
Singapore - ASX
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 Take-over bid
 Competition
 ASX is losing its monopoly
 Singapore has lagged
 G...
Conclusion
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 Economic superpower
 Profitable
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This slidecast is about Asia's rising influence in the world. Specifically in an economic way. The main topics are the luxury sector, US spend-or-cut debate in Seoul and the Singapore bourse that did an offer for Australian stock exchange.

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  1. 1. ASIA’S RISING INFLUENCE IN THE WORLD Thijs Noyen2FV1 1Thijs Noyen - 2FV1
  2. 2. Content  Chinese market will grow 30% this year  Luxury groups  China  Economic Crisis  Paul Krugman  Niall Ferguson  “The markets are fine until they’re not fine”  Singapore stock exchange vs. ASX  Conclusion 2 Thijs Noyen - 2FV1
  3. 3. Chinese market will grow 30% this year Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 3  China  Recovery in full swing  Luxury goods  Engine of growth  European luxury groups  Versace  Europe 75%  Crisis has abated  China fastest-growing luxury market  Sales in Europe
  4. 4. Luxury groups Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 4  Versace  Louis Vuitton  Gucci  Yves Saint Laurent  Burberry
  5. 5. Economic crisis Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 5  Paul Krugman vs. Niall Ferguson  Spend or cut?  Seoul, South Korea
  6. 6. Paul Krugman Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 6  Princeton University professor  Second round of fiscal stimulus  First stimulus made no difference  He criticizes Ferguson  Basics of economics  Keynes
  7. 7. Niall Ferguson Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 7  Harvard professor  United States – Greece  Defence spending  China  Against second stimulus  Interest rates  Deficits  Credibility  Other rates
  8. 8. “The markets are fine until they’re not fine” Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 8  Quote from Ferguson  Treasury debt – foreign government  China
  9. 9. Singapore - ASX Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 9  Take-over bid  Competition  ASX is losing its monopoly  Singapore has lagged  Gateway  2700 companies
  10. 10. Conclusion Thijs Noyen - 2FV1 10  Economic superpower  Profitable Thank you for listening to my Slidecast. Thijs Noyen

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