• Economics
    exporter and second-largest importer of goods. Population and Projections 1800000 1600000 1400000 1200000 1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 0 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 China India Population Trends in India and China China and India have followed similar trends in...
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  • Vision 2050 of India
    war against Islamism is not a clash of civilization or a clash between the riches and the poor's. It will prove that it is the war of the united civilizations against a single barbarism. Vision 2050: My take on Future When was the last time you wrote a letter to someone? Or the last time you...
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  • Strategy for Growth Bangladesh
    2050. I tried to be rational with my vision & judgment. I tried to illustrate an outline of a future Bangladesh that will reflect the expectations & desires of the inhabitants. Bangladesh is a developing country with vast population base where population is a problem. We think this should not be...
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  • Tourism
    Hospitality Management 18 (1999) 331}343 Life and tourism in the year 2050 Abraham Pizam* Department of Hospitality Management, University of Central Florida, P.O. Box 161400, Orlando, FL 32816-1400, USA Abstract This article is an essay that represents the author's personal vision of life...
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  • Eth/125 Final Paper
    their race. I feel honored at times to be who I am, I don’t neglect my race at all, and I embrace it. If trends continue in the United States, the demographic profile will change dramatically by 2050. Centers projection has indicated that nearly one in five Americans (19%) will be foreign born in...
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  • Guidelines River Morphological Reports
    disenchantment with the inadequacy and apathy of governments in dealing with recurrent cycles of flood and drought occurring all at once in different parts of the country. So when the President of India, in a speech addressed to the nation on the eve of Independence Day 2003, declared- “The first mission (of my...
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  • Renewable Energy
    Renewable energy is the need of the hour It is the year 2050, Earth is so polluted, vision is obscured by smog, lakes and streams are poisoned. Oh! What a terrible sight. This may become a reality, if we keep using non-renewable energy resources. Hello there! A very good morning and I am Pranav...
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  • Bric
    | ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Goldman Sachs argues that the economic potential of Brazil, Russia, India and China is such that they could become among the four most dominant economies by the year 2050. The thesis was proposed by Jim O'Neill, global economist at Goldman Sachs. These countries...
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  • Motorola
    , because firms compete in global markets. Population Size: “The world’s population growth will continue to grow. The U.S. Census Bureau projects that the world’s population growth will be 9 billion by 2040. India is expected to be the most popular nation in the world, with more than 1.8 billion by...
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  • Eli Lilly in India
    Eli Lilly in India: Rethinking the Joint Venture Strategy Case Study Analysis – Final Exam Submitted by Lloyd Stallings April 15, 2012 IMAN 615: Dr. Daniel E. Gilbert Eli Lilly in India: Rethinking the Joint Venture Strategy Executive...
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  • Essay
    Renewable Energy Council EREC. (2010). Re-thinking 2050 - A 100% renewable energy vision of EU. Retrieved from www.erec.org 9 implement any of these energy solutions requires appropriate executions and amalgamating it into the economic structure. Research and Development Demonstration...
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  • Research Methodoloy on Dhl Service
    “Delivering Tomorrow” series: namely, a scenario study on “Logistics 2050.” This latest publication presents five far-ranging, at times even radical visions of life in the year 2050 and their implications for the logistics industry. It is important to keep in mind, however, that none of these scenarios...
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  • Doing Justice
    their cell to show if they have a weapon on them so there is no violence outside of the cells. Prisoners should have to take classes that have to do with crimes they committed to try to enforce that crime is bad. My vision for the future compares to Angel Island in wanting to keep the inmates out of...
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  • An essay on food security and sustainable intensification
    , foresight4 focuses on discontinuities (also called ruptures)5,6,7 it makes sense to explore how the acts of looking forward could be related to a process of creative destruction. My intention in this paper is to apply a constructive destruction process to a couple of hot issues in agriculture...
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  • India’s River Linking Project
    governments in dealing with recurrent cycles of flood and drought occurring all at once in different parts of the country. So when the President of India, in a speech addressed to the nation on the eve of Independence Day 2003, declared- “The first mission (of my government is) on the Networking...
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  • Analysis
    recent World Bank long asset-accumulation play that involved relaprojections, by 2050 China and India will together tively little risk. The idea was to invest abroad and, if account for nearly 50% of global GDP—about the that didn’t work out, resell at a capital gain. That may same as the G7’s current...
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  • Yum! China
    expanding its footprint into India, and do so by leveraging its existing base of stores in China. The Chinese market has been a huge success for Yum and the Chinese economy is projected to be the world’s largest economy by 2050. However, the Chinese market is highly competitive, as it is a target for...
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  • Finding Your Strategy in the New Landscape
    the next few years. According to recent World Bank projections, by 2050 China and India will together account for nearly 50% of global GDP, about the same as the G7’s current share, which is expected to decline to 25%. (These GDP figures are all nominal and not adjusted for purchasing power parity...
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  • Engaging Young Minds to Secure Our National Future
    . The Future Cities India 2020 program will engage some of India’s finest young minds in designing world-class infrastructure for economic growth and improved quality of life in our cities.” Shri. Kapil Sibal Hon’ble Union Minister of Human Resource and Developement | | | | | Vision of...
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  • Supply Chain
    strategic document presents the Commission’s vision for the future of the EU transport system and defines a policy agenda for the next decade. The programme in question is part of the Europe 2020 strategy and its flagship initiative for a resourceefficient Europe. Efficient transport is a precondition for...
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