WHAT HAPPENED IN
THE US?
between 1 Oct and 16 Oct
2013
2013
1. NGUYỄN THỊ LINH
2. VŨ THỊ MAY
3. NGUYỄN THỊ NGA
US GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN 2013
1

2

3

• Definition and shutdown history
• Reasons and impacts
• Re- opens and lesson for US...
WHAT IS A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN?
Executive Branch
 Funding gap

1976 – 2013: 18TH SHUTDOWN
Longest: 21 days (1995- 1996)
 Shortest: 1 day

The president

The number of shutdowns

General Ford

1

Jimmy Carter

4

Ronald Regan

8

George H.W. Bush

1

Bill Clint...
OBAMACARE




Patient protection and
affordable care act
(PPACA)
Increase the quality
and affordability of
health insura...
OBAMACARE
For
President and
the Democratic- led
Senate

Against
The Republican-led
House of
Representatives
THE FIGHT
20 Sept: House of Representatives passed
Continuing Appropriations Resolution
 27: the Senate stripped
 29: th...
IMPACT OF US GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

Economics
National security

Politics
ECONOMICS




the shutdown reduced fourth
quarter GDP growth by 0.6 %.
Federal employees were
furloughed for a combined ...
December 1995 –January
1996
Time

The total number of
employee furlough days
Reason

2013

21-day

16- day

4.3 million

6...
ECONOMICS








The total compensation costs are about $2.5
billion
about $650 million for the Nov 1995 shutdown

ab...
TOURISM
401 federally
run parks and
attractions
closed
TOURISM
all 19 museums
and galleries
closed their
doors.
NATIONAL SECURITY


70% of intelligence
employees are
furloughed

Only 30% focus on
critical security
needs

NATIONAL SECURITY

James Clapper Intelligence Director

‘is a dreamland for foreign
intelligence’
POLITICS
Wall Street Journa magazine:
 60% American want to
replace members of
Congress in the next election


44% Ameri...
POLITICS

 German election ended successfully, and
support to reform Europe’s economy
 The new reforms in China that est...
RE-OPENS & LESSON

Government reopen
The bill
The lesson
1. US GOVERNMENT REOPENS


Vote for Bill



the Senate: 81 votes to 18
22pm, 16/10 the House: 285 votes to 144
Signs the...
OBAMA’S STATEMENT:
"begin to lift this
cloud of uncertainty
and unease from
our businesses and
from the American
people".
...
THE BILL:
Open the US government
 Raise debt ceiling & extends U.S borrowing
authority into February, 2014
 avoid the po...
FEDERAL AGENCIES REOPEN AND FEDERAL
WORKERS SHOULD EXPECT TO RETURN TO WORK
THURSDAY MORNING, 17/10
- PARKS, MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS
BEGIN TO OPEN, WELCOME VISITORS…
LESSON


How to operate the economy of its ability



Just dismiss ego for agreement
LESSON
How to operate the economy of its
ability:
* Main reason:
- budget not enough to operate
- deadline for raise the d...
LESSON
Just dismiss ego for agreement
- direct reason:
the Republican Party >< President Barack
Obama

SUMMARY
1

2

3

• Definition and shutdown history
• Reasons and impacts
• Re- opens and lesson for US and
Vietnam
REFERENCES:






http://edition.cnn.com/2013/10/16/politics/shutdow
n-showdown/
http://www.voanews.com/content/congres...
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  1. 1. WHAT HAPPENED IN THE US? between 1 Oct and 16 Oct 2013
  2. 2. 2013
  3. 3. 1. NGUYỄN THỊ LINH 2. VŨ THỊ MAY 3. NGUYỄN THỊ NGA
  4. 4. US GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN 2013 1 2 3 • Definition and shutdown history • Reasons and impacts • Re- opens and lesson for US and Vietnam
  5. 5. WHAT IS A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN? Executive Branch  Funding gap 
  6. 6. 1976 – 2013: 18TH SHUTDOWN Longest: 21 days (1995- 1996)  Shortest: 1 day 
  7. 7. The president The number of shutdowns General Ford 1 Jimmy Carter 4 Ronald Regan 8 George H.W. Bush 1 Bill Clinton 2 George W. Bush 0
  8. 8. OBAMACARE   Patient protection and affordable care act (PPACA) Increase the quality and affordability of health insurance
  9. 9. OBAMACARE For President and the Democratic- led Senate Against The Republican-led House of Representatives
  10. 10. THE FIGHT 20 Sept: House of Representatives passed Continuing Appropriations Resolution  27: the Senate stripped  29: the House reinstated  30: the Senate declined  No compromise bill
  11. 11. IMPACT OF US GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN Economics National security Politics
  12. 12. ECONOMICS   the shutdown reduced fourth quarter GDP growth by 0.6 %. Federal employees were furloughed for a combined total of 6.6 million work days
  13. 13. December 1995 –January 1996 Time The total number of employee furlough days Reason 2013 21-day 16- day 4.3 million 6.6 million 7 appropriations bills were enacted no agencies had received
  14. 14. ECONOMICS     The total compensation costs are about $2.5 billion about $650 million for the Nov 1995 shutdown about $1 billion for the Dec 1995 – Jan1996 shutdown. 850,000 employees per day was furloughed 40% of the entire civilian Federal workforce.
  15. 15. TOURISM 401 federally run parks and attractions closed
  16. 16. TOURISM all 19 museums and galleries closed their doors.
  17. 17. NATIONAL SECURITY  70% of intelligence employees are furloughed Only 30% focus on critical security needs 
  18. 18. NATIONAL SECURITY James Clapper Intelligence Director ‘is a dreamland for foreign intelligence’
  19. 19. POLITICS Wall Street Journa magazine:  60% American want to replace members of Congress in the next election  44% American blamed for Republican Party
  20. 20. POLITICS  German election ended successfully, and support to reform Europe’s economy  The new reforms in China that establish a free trade zone in Shanghai Image of a separated and weak America
  21. 21. RE-OPENS & LESSON Government reopen The bill The lesson
  22. 22. 1. US GOVERNMENT REOPENS  Vote for Bill  the Senate: 81 votes to 18 22pm, 16/10 the House: 285 votes to 144 Signs the a bill => ends the 16-day partial government shutdown raises the debt ceiling  
  23. 23. OBAMA’S STATEMENT: "begin to lift this cloud of uncertainty and unease from our businesses and from the American people". "We need to get out of the habit of governing by crisis,"
  24. 24. THE BILL: Open the US government  Raise debt ceiling & extends U.S borrowing authority into February, 2014  avoid the potentially devastating consequences to the global economy from a default on the U.S. debt. 
  25. 25. FEDERAL AGENCIES REOPEN AND FEDERAL WORKERS SHOULD EXPECT TO RETURN TO WORK THURSDAY MORNING, 17/10
  26. 26. - PARKS, MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS BEGIN TO OPEN, WELCOME VISITORS…
  27. 27. LESSON  How to operate the economy of its ability  Just dismiss ego for agreement
  28. 28. LESSON How to operate the economy of its ability: * Main reason: - budget not enough to operate - deadline for raise the debt ceiling - is near => ”Let the grass grow under one’s feet” - Joe Hockey – Head of Aus Treasury 
  29. 29. LESSON Just dismiss ego for agreement - direct reason: the Republican Party >< President Barack Obama 
  30. 30. SUMMARY 1 2 3 • Definition and shutdown history • Reasons and impacts • Re- opens and lesson for US and Vietnam
  31. 31. REFERENCES:    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/10/16/politics/shutdow n-showdown/ http://www.voanews.com/content/congress-passesbill-avert-default-reopen-usgovernment/1771311.html http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/governmen t-reopens-thursday-after-congress-passes-budgetdeal-raises-debt-limit/2013/10/17/dbe7889a-371b11e3-80c6-7e6dd8d22d8f_story.html

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