Meet The BRIC - Answer to the Question No 1 Question: Map...

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Unformatted text preview: Answer to the Question No 1 Question: Map the proposed sequence of evolution of the economy of the BRICs. What indicators might companies monitor to guide their investments and organize their local market operations? Answer: China and India will be the dominant global suppliers of manufactured goods and services, respectively, while Brazil and Russia will become the principal suppliers of row materials. Collectively, on almost every scale, they will become the largest entity on the global stage. The unfolding influence of the BRICs as engines of new growth and spending power leads some to argue that these transitions may happen even sooner, especially given the aging working populations and falling productivity rates in richer nations. Experts forecasts that the most dramatic transition will take place over the next 20 to 30 years, BRICs will show higher returns, increased demand for capital, and stronger national currencies. Companies should monitor the, political, legal, and cultural factors and changes. Answer to the Question No 2 Question: What are the implications of the emergence of the BRICs for careers and companies in your country? The emergence of the BRICs effect on our country has some advantages and disadvantages, will be able to successfully generate and/or compete for the investment capital and those business activities that lead to significant economic growth and the increasing global competitiveness of their countries firms. It may create new career opportunities, more product options, and better price and/or quality for products because of competition. How-ever, there is ample room for exceptions to these feelings, given the present and future comparative advantages of particular nations. But on the other hand it may affect negatively the domestic firms more over it may cause some kind of monopoly as the BRICs taking the lead....
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