Future Trends North-South-South-North paradigmSeptember 27, 2010 Analysis of: The Baby Boomer’s Case for Gold | seekingalpha.com | 7 analyses on this article
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The VI Region in Chile is also home to the largest underground copper mine in the world, immense natural resources and is one of the regions networked on the path for the Corredor Bioceanico Paso Las Leñas ‘The Bioceanic Corridor’, reducing 12,000 nautical miles, where products from Asia will pass to the EU reducing the cost of logistics and transportation
Most people in the world are still worried about the old North-South paradigm based on
the security scenario after World War II. Today we must understand that globalization is
our primary concern. There are also some other critical components that we must take
care of to continue evolving: protecting the environment and embracing Human Capital
(HK). Global markets are making the old North-South paradigm change. Today most
products that are produced in Asia have to be transported to the European Union, East
Coast (KUW:COAST) of the USA and to all the Atlantic Ocean base countries. They cannot be
transported via the Panama Canal and the Strait of Magellan is too dangerous. Chile and
Argentina are in the middle of it all. Cooperatively, they have been building a bioceanic
corridors strategy that will allow not only these products to be transported to those
markets but also pass the agricultural products that will be sent from Africa to Asia-
Pacific base or to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member countries. It
looks that most of the heavy economic gathering is going to be in Chile’s Central Region.
Chile will become like the new Hong Kong of the South-South economic relations. And
CEILA will be adding value to the HK needed in order to cope with the challenge that the
new world economic order will face in the future.