Charting the Global Economic Shift

Posted on January 8, 2013


The developing world may not need much more time to develop.  DaVinci Business Graphics charts the shift of global power that’s coming in the near future. 


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According to experts, the next 50 years are going to bring about some big changes.  Namely, the increasing economic power of developing countries, and the decreasing power of the west.  Looking at some predictions based on the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s long term studies, the next 50 years will bring about good news for India and China, and bad news for the US.  Take a look.


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China is slated to become the world’s largest economy within the next few years.  By 2060, China and India will have experienced a seven-fold increase in income per capita.  The US, Japan, and the Euro area, meanwhile, are expected to have dramatically shrinking GDP’s within the next few decades.


These charts may just illustrate predictions, but visual aids like these can help governments, businesses, and other organizations prepare for the future.  If your business needs a way to monitor progress and prepare for future changes, try using a custom business chart.  Display it in your office and use it help you manage your business.


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