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Best countries to invest, China, Brazil, India, Turkey and Albania
Autor Roni - 08 novembre 2010 16:31

World's best countries to invest, China, Brazil, India, Turkey and Albania.
China has averaged more than 9.5 percent growth annually since it embarked on market reforms in 1978.
The remarkable economic growth in China in the -

last 10 years have changes the landscape of China and the global economy.

Economic growth is not only important to China, it is also becoming increasingly important to the world.

Chinese power has increased considerably in economy, military, geopolitical, trade and financial affairs.

China is indeed one of the world’s greatest power. China's economic growth accelerated to 10 percent this year.
China is the world’s fastest-growing major economy.

China is the world's largest producer of steel and world's larges consumer of copper, iron ore, aluminum, ferrochrome, chrome ore and nickel.

Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested presently by China in natural resources in Africa, Australia, Brazil, Russia, Iraq, Europe, Canada, East Asia, and US.
China's has largest foreign exchange reserves in the world $2.65 trillion.

Brazil is in the top t-

en on the world's largest economies. Brazil’s economy may expand 7.5 percent this year.

Brazil is the largest country in South America Brazil is the fifth most populous country in the world and the fifth largest country in the world in terms of geographical area. Brazil has becoming increasingly important to the world's economy.
Brazil boasts well developed agriculture, mining, manufacturing, energy and service sectors.

Since 2003, Brazil has improved its macroeconomic stability, built foreign reserves, reduced debt, kept inflation rates under control and committed to fiscal responsibilities.
Brazil witnessing unprecedented economic growth in 2007 and 2008.

By Wall Street Journal

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