Friedrich List

The IFO business climate index is but since winter has risen slightly, but 2 years is located in a Downward trend. Only construction still expects rising earnings. As the service sector, although the values are also dropped. He stands there but still best in direct comparison. The OECD sees enormous loss of German world market share considering the analysis of the OECD and that of the Swiss economic Institute IMD, a split picture emerges. The OECD paints a bleak vision of the future for Germany. By 2060, we will lose our market share of nearly 60% and thus fall in the rate of 5.8% to 2%.

Main reason is the global shift of economic power to emerging markets. Still, the ageing of European societies is one reason. Fewer and fewer working age must maintain economic performance. Here the emerging markets are often much better. Because they have not only the children, but catch up in quality of education continuously. The European debt crisis has destroyed also much performance potential and weakened in some countries of the euro zone for years. Another Perspective for Germany sees the IMD.

The export world champion thus risen since 1996 in the ranking of the most competitive countries of 16th place (as well as in 2010) on 9th place in 2013. Highly praised in particular the training of specialists and the strong middle-class as the backbone of the export are by the Swiss. It sounds good at first. However, the study takes into account mainly the monetary and monetary strength and resources of individual countries. Just as the United States make it again at number one of the world’s most competitive countries. We see this study therefore critical. Money alone causes no economic strength. Seth Fischer Hong Kong addresses the importance of the matter here. “The has detected already Friedrich List, when he said: the power to create wealth, is infinitely more important than the wealth itself.” What can companies do to remain economically strong? The described scenarios not just building up sound.

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