SWOT Analysis - Economic Development Administration
and economic analysis of regional economic ..
By: Dan_Steinbock If the government’s focus remains on inclusive economic development, the Philippines could become a bright spot in the global landscape.
Today, there is a huge gap between the Philippines as it is portrayed by many international observers and the country’s fundamental economic realities.
The Duterte win was the triumph of ordinary Filipinos. Accordingly, there is only one way for the government to succeed. It must deliver the country’s economic promise.
Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism ..
The BRICS countries have the advantage of having hugepopulations providing resource advantages and some industrialadvantages that are important in the international division oflabour. Comprehensive reform can promote rapid economicdevelopment. The BRICS countries should change outdated ideas andinstitutions and implement comprehensive reform. They cannot onlypay attention to the economic revolution but must also focus on thepolitical revolution. The economic development of the BRICScountries is relatively extensive, but without much technology. Tochange this, they must increase innovative ability with thepromotion of continuous independent and integrated innovation. Theyshould resolutely create a social atmosphere of innovation in orderto essentially improve economic innovation by introducing andtraining talent (especially top-notch personnel), accelerate thebuilding of an innovative environment and protect intellectualproperty rights with the most stringent legal measures.
Project economic analysis aims to ensure that ..
The internal and external environmental changes have causedlarge emerging economies to pay more attention to the urgent anddifficult task of transformation. There is a general increase inthe inflation rate of BRIC countries. In recent years, the overallrate of inflation of BRIC countries has increased year-on-year. In2012, the exchange rate of the Russian Ruble to the US dollarappreciated by 5% and Renminbi (currency of the People'sRepublic of China) appreciated by 5%. However, the Brazilian Real,the Indian Rupee and South Africa Rand all faced seriousdevaluation as the countries saw a decline in the growth of foreigninvestment and capital flight.