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Chile supera a EE.UU. en ranking de libertad económica 2012

By | Abril 24th, 2013|

Según el Índice 2012 realizado por la Fundación Heritage: El país reingresa al top ten del que salió en 2009 tras la crisis y es el único de la región en el selecto grupo. Menor inflación, más facilidades laborales e incluso para hacer negocios, explicarían el puntaje. Chile es uno de los diez países del mundo [...]

Chile es el país más innovador de América Latina según la OMPI

By | Julio 16th, 2012|

Sin embargo, el informe revela que la mayoría de países latinoamericanos tienen niveles de innovación más bajos que otros con el mismo PIB per cápita. La mayoría de países latinoamericanos tienen niveles de innovación más bajos que otros con el mismo Producto Interno Bruto (PIB) per cápita, si bien existen algunas excepciones, como Chile, que es [...]

Doing Business in Brazil: The Walmart and Lenovo cases

By | Abril 30th, 2012|

Brief Story of Brazil Brazil is the 5th largest economy in the world, and by coincidence is also the 5th country by population and area, with an estimate population of 200 million people toward the year 2007. In his history has been an important source of raw materials and natural resources like coffee, sugar, soy beans, [...]

Doing Business in India, the ABB cultural adaptation case

By | Abril 21st, 2012|

Brief Story of India India is the second most populous country in the world, with an estimate population approaching 1.200 million. Has a literacy rate of 65 percent with a great degree or regional variation. Almost 30 percent live in urban areas, with more than 35 cities reaching 1 million people. As a country, India covers [...]

The power of adaptation in Asian Nations

By | Marzo 28th, 2012|

To understand national cultures and how they vary depending on specific countries, the social psychologist Geert Hofstede conducted one of the most comprehensive studies of how values in the workplace are influenced by culture (Hofstede, 2012) based in 4 value dimensions. With this in mind, we have to discover if the management style has to be [...]

FDI in Developing Countries: The Chilean Mining Experience

By | Marzo 15th, 2012|

In the decade of the 60ies, the 45 percent of the copper production was in US Company´s hands, being the largest producer and consumer and accounting for most of the output of the copper mines of South America (Copper Development Association, n.d.), in the last years the industry has changed. Now Chile is the world´s major [...]