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Gráfico. México está a media tabla. Adendum: Denle clic a los malditos links, bola de flojos: http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2012/04/daily-chart-2?fsrc=scn/tw/te/dc/digitalshopkeepers How much does the internet contribute to the economies of G20 countries? MUCH of the world may still (or again) be in recession, but the internet keeps growing—and so does its economic weight. In the G20 countries, the internet economy will grow at more than 10% annually for the next five years and by 2016 reach $4.2 trillion, or 5.3% of GDP—up from $2.3 trillion and 4.1% in 2010, according to a recent report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). But there are big differences between countries. Britain leads the pack. Its internet economy is now bigger than its construction and education sectors, mainly thanks to the popularity of e-commerce. To paraphrase Adam Smith, the country has become a nation of digital shopkeepers. China and, to some extent, India stand out thanks to internet-related exports in goods and services, respectively. South Korea and Japan are also strong in both e-commerce and exports. Europe punches below its weight, mainly because its internet economy is held back by a lack of a single digital market. If the European Commission succeeds in creating one, the old continent may be able to pull ahead of the new one by 2016.
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Facso, 8 years ago
No le entiendo.
jaec, 8 years ago
Ni yo.
esparta, 8 years ago
Sin contexto o explicación esta nota no sirve de mucho. Ahí tienen mi voto negativo, que les sirva.
Epyon, 8 years ago
Y si no le entiendes, por que la pones?
Facso, 8 years ago
Para que se la expliquen.
Epyon, 8 years ago
Entonces, supongo que votaste positivo la nota para que te la expliquen
ricardoe, 8 years ago
Supongo que se refieren a que como % del GDP cuando de ese $$ está relacionado directamente con el internet (cuantas empresas venden sitios y aplicaciones, venden en línea, etc). Eso supongo yo.
esparta, 8 years ago
Goto: http://efectotequila.com/story/contribucion-internet-economias-g20#comment-plink-30946
ricardoe, 8 years ago
Goto: http://efectotequila.com/story/nina-4-anos-obligada-casarse-perro-para-confundir-satanas#comment-plink-30917
jaec, 8 years ago
How much does the internet contribute to the economies of G20 countries? MUCH of the world may still (or again) be in recession, but the internet keeps growing—and so does its economic weight. In the G20 countries, the internet economy will grow at more than 10% annually for the next five years and by 2016 reach $4.2 trillion, or 5.3% of GDP—up from $2.3 trillion and 4.1% in 2010, according to a recent report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). But there are big differences between countries. Britain leads the pack. Its internet economy is now bigger than its construction and education sectors, mainly thanks to the popularity of e-commerce. To paraphrase Adam Smith, the country has become a nation of digital shopkeepers. China and, to some extent, India stand out thanks to internet-related exports in goods and services, respectively. South Korea and Japan are also strong in both e-commerce and exports. Europe punches below its weight, mainly because its internet economy is held back by a lack of a single digital market. If the European Commission succeeds in creating one, the old continent may be able to pull ahead of the new one by 2016.
jaec, 8 years ago
How much does the internet contribute to the economies of G20 countries? MUCH of the world may still (or again) be in recession, but the internet keeps growing—and so does its economic weight. In the G20 countries, the internet economy will grow at more than 10% annually for the next five years and by 2016 reach $4.2 trillion, or 5.3% of GDP—up from $2.3 trillion and 4.1% in 2010, according to a recent report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). But there are big differences between countries. Britain leads the pack. Its internet economy is now bigger than its construction and education sectors, mainly thanks to the popularity of e-commerce. To paraphrase Adam Smith, the country has become a nation of digital shopkeepers. China and, to some extent, India stand out thanks to internet-related exports in goods and services, respectively. South Korea and Japan are also strong in both e-commerce and exports. Europe punches below its weight, mainly because its internet economy is held back by a lack of a single digital market. If the European Commission succeeds in creating one, the old continent may be able to pull ahead of the new one by 2016.
esparta, 8 years ago
¿Si toda la información estaba en la pagina de "The Economist" porqué enlazas a un tumblr? ¿Crees que no tengo nada que hacer cómo tú? ¿Acaso no sabes para qué sirve o cómo funciona un sitio como efectotequila?
jaec, 8 years ago
Los posts se componen de links, cada uno te lleva a otros posts, ¿lo sabías? ¿Si no sabes ir a la fuente en de una post qué haces en internet? ¿Conoces Wikipedia? ¿Quién se llevó mi queso?
esparta, 8 years ago
Sí, efectivamente no sabes cómo funciona un sitio como ET.