Pat global issues lesson 4


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Patrick's Chap. 2 Lesson 4 PPT

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Pat global issues lesson 4

  1. 1.  Think about how you start your day!  After you awoke, you may have looked at your CASIO watch for the time and turned your SONY TV for the news. After washing your hair with PANTENE, brushed your teeth with COLGATE toothpaste and drove off to class in your HONDA with its BRIDGESTONE tyres and a tank of INPEX gasoline.
  2. 2.  Meanwhile on the other side of the world a group of Japanese students dressed in ANTA shirts, ANGEL GARDEN jeans and LINING shoes may be turning off their LENOVO in their computer labs and debating whether they should stop for hotpots at LITTLESHEEP or drinks at HAPPYMELON.
  3. 3.  What do you and the Japanese students have in common?  You are all consuming products made by foreign-owned companies.  This is international business
  4. 4. Lesson 4 The Global Economy
  5. 5. Key Words import 进口 export 出口 economy 经济 service industry 服务业 globalization 全球化 multinational 多国的 free trade 自由贸易 investment 投资 WTO 世贸组织
  6. 6. Extension Words Specialize 专业化 shelter 庇护所 Foreign aid 对外援助 IMF 国际货币基金组织
  7. 7. WorkWork TogetherTogether How Does Trade Affect the Global Economy?
  8. 8.  What’s the meaning of IMPORT and EXPORT?
  9. 9. Specialize  To work on what one does the best  We specialize in Development projects as well as four and five star resorts and luxury hotels.
  10. 10. Top Five Wheat Producers — 2007 (million metric ton)  China 109  India 76  United States 56  Russia 49  France 33
  11. 11.  What are negative effects of international trade? (P.52)  Factories close and workers lose jobs  Farmers lose their way of life
  12. 12.  The global economy is causing a growing gap between rich and poor countries. Economy is a system of building, using, and distributing wealth and resources. Most developing countries depend on the developed nations for trade, investment, money, and food. Sometimes people move from poorer countries to richer ones in search of a better life for themselves and their children.
  13. 13. Developing country Developed country
  14. 14. What Do Developed Countries Have in Common?
  15. 15.  The largest part of most developed economies is service industries (服务 业)  news media  education  banking  tourism  insurance  ……
  16. 16. What Do Developing Countries Have in Common? Developing countries are usually a bit poorer than developed countries.  People in developing countries live as long as people in developed countries.  Many people in developing countries cannot read or write.  It’s tough for people in developing countries to find jobs.  People in cities often have water, electricity, and bathrooms. (developing countries) T T F F F
  17. 17.  m i n o c a m u i t n c o  s i t t a r t n p o n a r o Communication Transportation
  18. 18. Comparing Developed and Developin
  19. 19. What Are the Economic Trends in the World?
  20. 20. Multinational corporation 跨国公司  multimedia 多媒体  multilateral trade 多变贸易
  21. 21. World Trade Organization (WTO)  It oversees (监督) the international market place  It was formed in 1995  headquarter (总部) : Geneva, Swiss 瑞士日内瓦  China joined WTO in 2001
  22. 22. free trade 自由贸易  without taxes or other limits  North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) 北美自由贸易协 定
  23. 23. Who Helps Poorer Nations?  foreign aid 外援 Why do you think developed countries give foreign aid to developing countries? the World Bank  the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 国际货币基金组织