Monthly Archives: April 2012

Developed Country by Andrew Edzenga, Brandon Beach, and Adam Quaranta

Developed Country by Andrew Edzenga, Brandon Beach, and Adam Quaranta

A developed country is a country that is industrialized, has transportation, and has the business facilities to advance the production of manufactured goods.
The U.S.A. is an example of a developed country. It is industrialized and has business facilities for the production of goods. It exports things such as machinery and equipment, industrial supplies, non-auto consumer goods, motor vehicles and parts, aircraft and parts, food, feed and beverages. It has public transportation in the form of buses and taxis.

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Emerging Nations-Sydney-Annie-Kendall

An emerging nation is a country in the early stages of becoming industrialized and a growing economy. When a country is an emerging nation it is when mostly poor and in poverty but is trying to become industrialized. Brazil is … Continue reading

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Jackie and Marlene : free trade

Free trade is the elimination of trade barrier such as tariffs.  Tariffs are a tax on goods that have been imported or exported internationally.  Different companies thought that Tariffs were hurting their business, and free trade allows businesses to expand their … Continue reading

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Developed Nation: France – Thomas, Brett, David

France A developed nation is a country that has reached its potential as a nation and succeeded at becoming a first world nation. Countries include USA, France, UK, Spain, Germany, and most of western Europe. A developed nation no longer … Continue reading

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Sustainable Growth

Sustainable growth is a strategy of economic growth that preserves the environment and natural resources. the goal of sustainable growth is to preserve resources for the future while meeting current needs. If the world continues to use resources at the … Continue reading

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Global Economy

Global economy is the financial interactions across international borders. Interactions between people, businesses, and governments are all parts of the global economy. Some examples of global economy in action are cargo ships and planes transporting goods to other countries, global … Continue reading

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Global Economy; Jason, Taylor, Vanessa

This is our example of global economy in the real world. Our example is a link to Google’s stocks. The stock market is an international example of free trade and finances across the world. NASDAQ

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