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Title: Strategiile de dezvoltare economică a ţărilor industrial puternic dezvoltate
Other Titles: Economic development strategies of the highly developed industrial countries
Authors: Şerbănescu, Sebastian
Maximilian, Silvestru
Gribincea, Alexandru
Gribincea, Corina
Keywords: dezvoltare economică
ţări industrializate
ţări dezvoltate
comunicare
coordonare
measures of recovery
industrialized countries
developed
coordination
communication
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Complexul Editorial, INCE
Citation: ŞERBĂNESCU, Sebastian, MAXIMILIAN, Silvestru, GRIBINCEA, Alexandru, GRIBINCEA, Corina. Strategiile de dezvoltare economică a ţărilor industrial puternic dezvoltate = Economic development strategies of the highly developed industrial countries. In: Economie şi Sociologie. 2013, nr..4, pp. 46-56. Abstract în lb. rom., engl. Bibliogr.: p. 56(6 titl.). Text paral.: lb. rom., engl. ISSN 1857-4130.
Abstract: G7 sau G-7 este un grup format din ministrii de finante din sapte tari dezvoltate: SUA, Japonia, Franta, Germania, Italia, Marea Britanie si Canada. Tarile respective au fost selectate in functie de marimea venitului lor net national, fiind cele sapte state dezvoltate bogate pe Pamant dupa produsul net national, precum este descris in Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report. G7 reprezinta mai mult decat 63% din bogatia globala neta (241 trilioane USD), in conformitate cu Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report (oct. 2013). Ultima reuniune a G7 a avut loc in mai 2013, in Aylesbury in Regatul Unit. Alte reuniuni ale G7 sunt deja planificate. G7 a inceput in 1975 ca grup, format din sase tari: Franta, Germania de Vest, Italia, Japonia, Marea Britanie si Statele Unite ale Americii. Canada, a devenit al saptelea membru in anul urmator. Organizatia a fost infiintata pentru a facilita initiativele impartasite de membrii, ca urmare prabusirii ratei de schimb, prima criza petroliera si a recesiunii cauzate de aceste evenimente. Impreuna, natiunile G7 au cuprins 50,4% din PIB-ul nominal global si 39,3% din PIB-ul mondial (PPP). Acest grup se intruneste de mai multe ori pe an pentru a discuta si coordona politicile economice. Munca lor este sustinuta prin intalniri periodice, dispute financiare G7. G7 s-au intrunit la Washington, DC, de doua ori in 2008 si in februarie 2009, la Roma, pentru a discuta despre criza financiara globala din 2007-2010. Grupul ministrilor de finante a promis sa ia "toate masurile necesare" pentru a stopa criza. Desi membri G-7 reprezinta impreuna mai mult de jumatate din PIB-ul mondial, criticii sustin ca grupul si-a pierdut relevanta, deoarece nu include cele mai mari economii emergente din lume, cum ar fi: Brazilia, China si India. G-7 s-a extins in 1998, cand Rusia a aderat la G7, formand G-8.
The G7 or G-7 is a group consisting of the finance ministers of seven developed nations: the U.S., Japan, France, Germany, Italy, U.K. and Canada. They have been listed by the size of their national net wealth. They are the seven wealthiest developed nations on Earth by national net wealth as described in the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report October 2013 below cited. The G7 represents more than the 63% of the net global wealth ($241 trillions) according to Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report October 2013. The last meeting of the G7 took place in May 2013 in Aylesbury in the United Kingdom. Other meetings of the G7are already planned. The G7 began in 1975 as the Group of Six, consisting of the countries France, West Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States, before Canada became the seventh member the following year. The organization was founded to facilitate shared initiatives by the members in response to the collapse of the exchange rate, the First Oil Crisis and the recession which followed from these events. Collectively, the G7 nations comprised 50.4% of global nominal GDP and 39.3% of global GDP (PPP). This group meets several times a year to discuss economic policies. Their work is supported by regular, functional meetings of officials, including the G7 finance disputes. The G7 met in Washington, D.C., twice in 2008 and in February 2009, in Rome, to discuss the global financial crisis of 2007-2010. The group of finance ministers has pledged to take "all necessary steps" to stem the crisis Although the G-7 members together constitute over half of the global GDP, critics contend that the group has lost its relevance since it does not include the world's largest emerging economies such as Brazil, China and India. The G7did expand in 1998 when Russia joined to make it the G-8.
Description: Abstract în lb. rom., engl. Bibliogr.: p. 56(6 titl.). Text paral.: lb. rom., engl. JEL Classification: F00, F02, F13, F50, E20
URI: http://dspace.ince.md/jspui/handle/123456789/192
ISSN: 1857-4130
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