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La población y el territorio como factores determinantes del éxito de las potencias económicas emergentes, BRIC Y CIVETS.

Juntos los países que conforman los BRIC representan el 26% de la masa terrestre del planeta y es el hogar de 46 % de la población mundial, mientras que los CIVETS son el hogar del 9% de la población mundial y representan el 2% del planeta tierra, al fusionar estos 10 países nos encontramos con unas cifras asombrosas, representan el 55% de la población mundial y el 28% del territorio mundial, seguimos con las estadísticas económicas y nos encontramos con que estos 10 países representan casi el 20% del PIB mundial, dadas estas cifras podemos comprender la importancia y peso de estas naciones en el ámbito internacional.

Al seguir analizando, esta vez en el plano cartesiano, comprendemos que su poder va mas allá de lo que anteriormente citamos, la ubicación de estos países es envidiable, se adentran en cada uno de los océanos en su basta extensión y se imponen ante el mundo no solo como potencias económicas si no también potencias marítimas a las que el mundo en algún momento recurrirá.

Base de datos World Economic Outlook ("Perspectiva de la economía mundial"), Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI), actualizada a su edición del 9 de octubre de 2012.

Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) (octubre de 2014). «Report for Selected Countries and Subjects» (ASPX). World Economic Outlook Database, October 2014 (en inglés). www.imf.org. Consultado el 16 de noviembre de…...

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