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China May Become World Largest Economy by 2030 : Report

China May Pip USA to Become World largest Economy by 2030

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As per the latest report by Deutsche Bank, the economic and financial status of emerging market economies such as India and China will continue to do well in the future and the recent downturn will help accelerate the trend.

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Report also suggests that the (BRIC) economies” increasing size will be making itself increasingly felt in the world markets, ranging from trade and investment to commodity markets.

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Meanwhile, the BRIC economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China are likely to achieve significant growth in future.

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Meanwhile, BRIC nations are already ranked among the top 10 on a PPP (Purchasing Power Parity) basis.

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The impressive economic growth rates and greater participation in global trade and financial flows by the BRIC economies are re-shaping the global economic and financial architecture of these economies.

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It is expected that with the constant present growth of the BRIC economies, political, economic and financial realities  of the world is going to change to the extent that China will replace the US as the World’’s largest economy by 2030.

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All the four big BRIC economies carry at least one investment grade rating, currently, at the same time.

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Moreover, China’’s and Russia’’s international status has been enhanced due to their substantial holdings of government controlled foreign assets.

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China May Pip USA to Become World largest Economy by 2030 : Report

China May Pip USA to Become World largest Economy by 2030

As per the latest report by Deutsche Bank, the economic and financial status of emerging market economies such as India and China will continue to do well in the future and the recent downturn will help accelerate the trend.

.

Report also suggests that the (BRIC) economies” increasing size will be making itself increasingly felt in the world markets, ranging from trade and investment to commodity markets.

.

Meanwhile, the BRIC economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China are likely to achieve significant growth in future.

.

Meanwhile, BRIC nations are already ranked among the top 10 on a PPP (Purchasing Power Parity) basis.

.

The impressive economic growth rates and greater participation in global trade and financial flows by the BRIC economies are re-shaping the global economic and financial architecture of these economies.

.

It is expected that with the constant present growth of the BRIC economies, political, economic and financial realities  of the world is going to change to the extent that China will replace the US as the World”s largest economy by 2030.

.

All the four big BRIC economies carry at least one investment grade rating, currently, at the same time.

.

Moreover, China”s and Russia”s international status has been enhanced due to their substantial holdings of government controlled foreign assets.

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Global M&A Deals to Fall 56% in 2009: OECD

Global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are projected to decline 56% in 2009 compared to last year due to sharp declines in such activities in rich and emerging markets including India.

However, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) stated that the expected decline in M&A activities this year would be the largest year-on-year decline since 1995.

Meanwhile, the estimate is based on an OECD analysis of data for international M&A activities up to November 26, 2009 where the projected decline is primarily due to a 60% fall in value of cross-border M&A by firms based in the OECD area, to just $454 billion in 2009 from over $1 trillion last year.

Moreover, there has been a decline in M&A activities into and from major emerging economies while International M&A activity by firms based in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Russia, and South Africa fell by 62% to $46 billion in 2009 from $121 billion in 2008.

Additionally, it is said that such activities into these countries is anticipated to slide by almost 40% to little over $80 billion in 2009 from just under $140 billion last year while M&A investments have been severely hit by the financial turmoil, which has resulted in tight credit flow.

On the other hand, the latest international investment estimates suggest that total foreign direct investment into the 30 OECD countries will fall to $600 billion in 2009 from a 2008 total of $1.02 trillion.