Second level in world economy and PPP. GDP 2nd Nominal $ 07.43 trillion 2011 2nd PPP $ 11.
31 trillion 2011 GDP Growth 9.5 %. GDP per captia $ 5.184 GDP by sector industry (46.8%), services (43.6%), agriculture (9.6%).
Inflation 5.4 %. Un employment 4.2%.
ECONOMY OF CHINA
Main industries mining and ore processing, iron, steel, aluminum, and coal; machine building; armaments; textiles and apparel; petroleum; cement; chemicals; fertilizers; consumer products, including footwear, toys, and electronics; food processing; transportation equipment, including automobiles, rail cars and locomotives, ships, and aircraft; telecommunications equipment, commercial space launch vehicles, satellites Ease of Doing Business Rank91st
03%. textiles. including data processing equipment.27% (2009)ImportsUS$1. Japan 8. plastics.27%. optical and medical equipment Main export partnersUS 20. optical and medical equipment. 2010)
. oil and mineral fuels.6 billion (22nd. Hong Kong 12.54% (2009) FDI stock$100 billion (2010) Gross external debt$406. organic chemicals Main import partnersJapan 12.66%. metal ores. iron and steel.03%.06%. Germany 5.32%. Taiwan 6.84%.55%. apparel.897 trillion (2011) Export goodselectrical and other machinery.664 trillion (2011) Import goodselectrical and other machinery.ExportsUS$1. South Korea 4. US 7. Hong Kong 10. Germany 4. South Korea 9.04%.
) GDP growth3.)
.753 (2011 est.164 trillion. PPP: $1.2% (2011 est.556 trillion (2011 est.2% (2010) Inflation (CPI) 4.749.
South Korea is now the 3rd largest economy in Asia and the 15th largest in the world GDP Nominal: $1.) GDP by sector agriculture: 2.) GDP per capita Nominal: $23. PPP: $31.6%. services: 58.3%.9% (2011 est.) Population below poverty line 15% (2006 est. industry: 39.
petrochemicals Main export partners China 27. transport equipment. steel. telecommunications.2%.8% (2010) Imports $525. 2011 est.2%. Saudi Arabia 5. steel.8 billion (7th. oil. chemicals . steel Ease of Doing Business Rank 8th Exports $558.) Import goods machinery. Japan 16.2 billion (8th. wireless telecommunications equipment. computers.) Export goods semiconductors.
Main industries electronics.automobile production. 2011 est. electronics and electronic equipment. organic chemicals. United States 10.9% (2010) FDI stock abroad --?>$115. motor vehicles.9%.1%. ships.2%.shipbuilding.Australia 4.9%.6 billion (31 December 2009)
. United States 10. plastics Main import partners China 17.Japan 5.
Shenzhen. tablet computers
.Industry Founded Founder(s) Headquarers Area served
Telecommunications 1988 Ren Zhengfei Longgang District. China Worldwide
Mobile and fixed broadband networks. smartphones. consultancy and managed services. multimedia technology. Guangdong.
. Core businesses. Enterprise business in 2010 Cloud computing.Products and services Telecom Networks Global Services operational services consulting services manufacturing electronic communications device.
. Rich Communication Suite .Telecom Networks home location register Internet Protocol Multimedia Subsystems (IMS) passive optical network (PON) service provider routers and switches (SPRS). Huawei’s software products include service delivery platforms (SDPs). In 2010. revenues for Telecom Networks were US$18.79 billion.
. In 2010 Huawei's global services revenues grew 28.6% to US$4.Global Services
system integration services assurance services In 2010. Huawei won 47 managed services contracts to help improve network performance and efficiency to cusumer.
Huawei collaborated with Reliance and Tata – telecommunications. Market share-35%
.10 display size and HD quality video resolution.Android version 4.10.0 ASCEND p1S .FUTURE PRODUCT OF HUAWEI
The future product is mobile phone MEDIA PAD 10 -facilities access as i-phone ASCEND P1 .
% of Sales ($72B)
• • • • • • • • • distribution hotels amusement theme parks trading construction textile advertising baseball team security • •
Electronics 28% Other 38%
home appliances wireless communication semiconductors
Machinery & Heavy Equipment 6% Chemicals 2%
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cameras aircraft ships dump trucks oil trucks
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life insurance credit card services securities trading finance and trust management services
Financial Services 26%
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polymerized compounds plastics specialty chemicals
Established in January. 1969 1970’s: Bet the future on electronics
1980’s: A more comprehensive electronics company
◦ laid the groundwork for electronics in Korea ◦ helped the domestic economy grow ◦ paved the way for exports
Early 90’s: Integration and Globalization Mid-Late 90’s: Implementing new management strategies New Millenium: Digital Vision
◦ established plants in Portugal and US ◦ established Semiconductor and Communication corporation ◦ began memory chip business
Focus: 4 Core Markets
% Sales ($27B) % Operating Profit
Digital Media 6% Semiconductors 40% Digital Media 29% Telecommunications 12% Home Appliances 3%
Home Appliances 8%
6% average annual growth in
.7 GW of plant.NUCLEAR POWER IN S. Today 23 reactors provide over 31% of South Korea's electricity from 20. Over the last three decades.3 GW by 2020. South Korea has enjoyed 8. and then to 43 GW by 2030. Capacity is planned to increase by 56% to 27.KOREA:
Major world nuclear energy country with exporting technology It won a $20 billion contract to supply four nuclear rectors to UAE.
Third comprehensive nuclear energy development plan. it also plans to enter the $78 billion market for the operation. projected that South Korea should develop its nuclear
. in the course of becoming the world's third largest supplier of such technology. with a 20% share of the world market to exporting reactors.Contd…
South Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy declared in January 2010 that it aimed to achieve exports of 80 nuclear power reactors worth $400 billion by 2030. maintenance and repair of reactors. for 2007-11.
Planned to exports 9 reactors.5% .POWER REACTOR DETAILS IN S.787 MW.
.KOREA & EXPORTS 21 REACTORS 20. to producing 12. In recent years the capacity factor for South Korean power reactors has averaged up to 96.some of the highest figures in the world.200 MW.
Peru. which has played a central global role since the onset of the global financial crisis It first non G7 country. South Korea has entered into Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with Chile. South Korea will also host the Nuclear Security Summit. In march 2012.RECENT GLOBAL RELATION-SOUTH KOREA
South Koreas entry into OECD’s committee for developmental aid (DAC) per January 1st 2010 Has a key position in the G20. the G20 presidency in 2010 up until the G20 meeting in Seoul 11-12 November 2010.
RECENT PROJECTS OF CHINA
(b) provide water supply. Project has 3 components.12 2
(a) increase the coverage of irrigation services in the project area in order to increase agricultural production. Component 2: development of community based on farmworks in demonstration areas. Component 1: construction of main irrigation system. to small rural communities and industries (c) introduce a community-based participatory approach in the management of water facilities and infrastructure and increase of production capacity of higher-value agroproducts to ensure the sustainable development of agriculture. in bulk.Sichuan Wudu Irrigated Agriculture development project: Feb28. Component 3: institutional capacity building and project
contributing to pollution reduction in the Bohai Sea. Component capacity building and policy studies. component wetland construction and sluice gate operation optimization.
Demonstrate innovative and cost-effective water pollution control practices in Guangli river catchment of Dongying Municipality. Component project management and implementation support.•GEF Huai River Basin Marine Pollution Reduction Project : February 23. There are four components to the project. Component agricultural pollution control and rural waste management.
has been satisfactory. The overall performance of the project. as well as the Global Environment Facility (GEF) grant. The project is playing a significant role in increasing the participating banks' capacity.
. This project paper seeks the approval of the Executive Directors to provide an additional loan in an amount of US$100 million to the People's Republic of China to scale-up the project. and thereby reduce their adverse environmental impacts on climate. including the two separate loans being implemented by Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM) Bank and Huaxia Bank.27. interest. 2011 Financing Project is to improve the energy efficiency of medium and large-sized industrial enterprises in China. .
given the rapid growth in energy demand for buildings. and government's plan to expand the range of priority energy conservation programs. (a) piloting innovative Energy Service Company (ESCO) lending. compared to the project. and broadening the sub-borrowers from large and medium-sized industrial enterprises to energy end-users of all sizes and ESCOs (b) expanding the target market segments from the industrial to the building sector. and
. under which end-users pay for ESCOs' EE services from the demonstrated energy savings under performance-based contracts.Contd… The additional financing (AF) has three improved or expanded features.
2011 The objective of the Shandong Energy Efficiency Project for China is to improve energy efficiency in selected enterprises in the Borrower's Shandong Province.
. particularly through financial leasing arrangements. 2012 •ZhangHu Railway. March 15. and increase use of biomass for power and heat generation.•Shandong Energy Efficiency Project : June 9. The development objective of the Zhangjiakou Hohhot (ZhangHu) Railway Project for China is to improve accessibility and mobility by responding to existing and anticipated transport demand along the Hohhot-Zhangjiakou (to Beijing) corridor through the provision of additional railway capacity and reduction of transport time for passengers and freight.