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1 Introduction: Some Background Data ` Richard B. Dasher, Ph.D. Director, US-Asia Technology Management Center Executive Director, Center for Integrated Systems Consulting Professor, Stanford University GIX Panel Discussion: “Doing Business in Mexico and Brazil” Stanford University, 20 November 2013

2 Baseline: GDP of the five biggest national economies in the world 2013.11.20 Richard B. Dasher, Stanford University 2 Estimated amounts in 2012 dollars, according to PPP 2012 CIA World Factbook, data retrieved 4/01/2013 2010 $ trillions 2010 GR - % 2011 $ trillions 2011 GR - % 2012 $ trillions 2012 GR - % 2012 GDP /person $ World total77.715.180.613.783.233.312,500 1. U.S.A.15.052.415.321.815.662.249,800 2. China10.5110.411.489.212.387.89,100 3. India4.2110.14.496.84.746.53,900 4. Japan4.554.54.52(-0.8)4.622.236,200 5. Germany2.993.73.103.03.190.939,100 Ranking excludes EU (which would be bigger than U.S.A.)

3 Latin American economies in the top 100 (size) World ranking & country name 2010 $ billions 2010 real GR - % 2011 $ billions 2011 real GR - % 2012 $ billions 2012 real GR - % 2012 GDP /person $ 8. Brazil2,3107.52,3742.72,3940.912,100 12. Mexico1,6555.31,7203.91,7883.915,600 23. Argentina6819.27418.97551.918,400 29. Colombia4614.04926.65114.011,000 34. Venezuela372-(1.5)3874.24095.513,800 40. Peru2928.83126.93326.310,900 43. Chile2925.83095.93265.518,700 61. Ecuador1373.31488.01565.010,200 90. Costa Rica554.7574.2605.012,800 92. Panama477.55210.85810.715,900 2013.11.20 Richard B. Dasher, Stanford University 3 Estimated amounts in 2012 dollars, according to PPP 2012 CIA World Factbook, data retrieved 11/20/2013 Not included: Guatemala (81), Bolivia (93), Uruguay (94), El Salvador (99)

4 Value-added of commercial knowledge- intensive service industries*, 2000 - 2010 2013.11.20 Richard B. Dasher, Stanford University 4 $ milliions

5 Value-added of ICT industries, 2000 - 2010 2013.11.20 Richard B. Dasher, Stanford University 5 From National Science Board, Science and Engineering Indicators 2012 $ milliions

6 But, ease of doing business... Overall rankProtecting investors Trading across borders Enforcing contracts Singapore1 st 2 nd 1 st 12 th U.S.A.4 th 62211 Chile34 th 344064 Colombia43 rd 694155 Mexico53 rd 685971 Panama55 th 8011127 Brazil116 th 80124121 Argentina126 th 9812997 2013.11.20 Richard B. Dasher, Stanford University 6 Lower is better, range from 1 st – 189 th World Bank Group, Doing Business Project, 2013 (accessed 11/20/2013)


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