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Wealth of Nations : The World in 2050

Olivier Bouin and David O’Connor, OECD, 2006년 발간

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Economics GDP, Exchange Rate, Exports, Demography 2050년 Not Yet Global

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In recent years, an increasing number of non-OECD countries have become sizable exporters of manufactures, in which there is now a flourishing two-way trade with OECD countries; it accounts for a large portion of the growth in commerce. The same trend is observed in capital flows, with an ever-larger share

of OECD private foreign investment destined for non-member countries. Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Russia - the 'Big Five' (each with a population over 150 million and GDP larger than 100 billion dollars) - are already substantial importers, producers for world markets, hosts to foregin investment and, more and more, foregin investors themselves. If these and other countries are able to sustain outward-oriented reforms, the nonmembers of the OECD should play an increasingly prominent role in the globalised economy of the 21st century.

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Trade Opportunities

International Capital Mobility

Natural Resources and the Environment

Avoiding Marginalisation

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