(Peter Hintereder and Martin Orth – 2013). Germany is one of the most competitive economies because of globalization! The global earnings of corporate Germany have soared over the past half-decade, generating investment, creating employment and boosting the income of millions of German
In 2015, their purchasing power increased at an annual growth rate of 7,5% which was more than twice as fast as the growth for the overall American purchasing power. And these numbers are expected to grow as it is estimated that the purchasing power of Hispanics would represent nearly two trillion dollars by 2019. Hispanics are not only influencing the American economy with their purchasing power, today there are more than 4 million Hispanic owned businesses throughout the United States. According the Unites States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Hispanics entrepreneurs have been starting businesses at a pace 15 times the national average over the last decade and this despite the recession. Their businesses contributed over 600 billion dollars in revenue to the national economy in 2015.
Both of them break through the institutional barriers, and had a long-term economic growth. After the civil war, the northern industrial and commercial capitalists hold federal regime, the true sense of the unified national capitalist market development, encourage various industrial development and western development measures and the second revolution of science and technology combination. American economy realizes the rare history big economy on long-term growth in 1870 was 75.3% GDP in the UK. In 1913, USA catches up with the key period of England. The total American GDP increased 5.26 times, the British grew by only 2.24 times so America has become the undisputed world economic powers.
During this time the wages for skilled workers were high in United States which resulted in large migration of labour from the Europe. This has often leads to Industrialization. Housing, mining and Railroad construction were some of the major work areas. This was the period when the United States actually moved ahead of Britain in terms of technology advances and Economic stability. The American firms and banks also witnessed rapid growth as after the World War II there was not much competition left for them and they began to export goods and services all over the world.
Globalization is defined as the development of an increasingly integrated global economy marked especially by free trade, free flow of capital, and the tapping of cheaper foreign labor markets (Merriam-Webster). It also can be looked at as how organizations have an impact internationally. When money is involved, so are politics. Due to the implementation of globalization around the world, developing economies saw a great increase in exporting cheaper goods, because they were opened to new markets (Collins). While these foreign nations benefited, much of the American population was at a disadvantage.
You have probably heard this phrase a million times before on how we live in a world where everything is changing, but what does it really mean. It means that globalization is something that is fast spreading across the globe. It is basically a way where of standardizing products and make them cheaper and accessible. Where as multinational focus on the needs pf each country and not the bigger picture. Levitt, discusses how the spread of globalization has integrated into our societies and he stresses on the fact is inevitable.
When Reagan took office in 1981 the GDP was at 6.59 trillion dollars. When he left office in 1989 the GDP had risen to 8.85 trillion dollars. With a thirty-four percent increase over the course of his administration. This is an astonishing amount and probably well exceeded any increase Reagan could have possibly hoped for. Reagan was able to do this thanks to his two tax cuts.
NAFTA has also benefited United States Of America in multiple ways, including the way it has reduced USA’s trade deficit. The trade deficit between the United States and Mexico and Canada has increased by an average of 150 billion dollars per year, and produced a trade surplus in the United States favor of $28 billion after 15 years of trade. Doing this it has also increased USA’s investment of tangible assets, including mining, manufacturing, insurance, and banking. The investment in USA’s money in tangible assets in Mexico and Canada has increased by 2 percent e year since NAFTA has been signed. One major benefit that US obtained during this agreement was having lower oil prices.
President Rafael Correa quadrupled the budget from US$40 million to the US$150 million per year which it currently is in 2017. Across the country over 30 touristic projects are in development, representing around US$1.6 billion in investments since 2013 from local and foreign funding. The public policy towards tourism is based on five core values: Safety, Quality, Destinations and Products, Connectivity and Promotion. Domestic financing has been the main aid in positive development but a substantial amount of foreign investment has contributed. The successful “Invest Ecuador Tourism” campaign helped immensely in attracting investment from abroad.
Trade with the United States North American neighbors has more than tripled, and is growing substantially more rapid than U.S. trade with the rest of the world. Canada and Mexico account for more than a third of the United State’s total exports. The deal has has had a positive impact on the U.S. GDP, “of less than 0.5 percent, or a total addition of up to $80 billion dollars to the U.S. economy upon full implementation, or several billion dollars of added growth per year” (Council on Foreign Relations, CFR). Also, there are many U.S. jobs that rely heavily on trade with Canada and Mexico; it’s estimated that nearly “fourteen million jobs rely on trade with Canada and Mexico, while the nearly two hundred thousand export-related jobs created annually by the pact pay 15 to 20 percent more on average than the jobs that were lost” (Council on Foreign Relations, CFR). Although some jobs are lost due to imports, other jobs are being created and consumers are benefiting significantly from the improved quality of good and decreased