Looking beyond the obvious

Globalization and new opportunities for growth

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EY - You can go home again! Companies that off-shored manufacturing are bringing it back home to developed markets You can go home again! Companies that off-shored manufacturing are bringing it back home to developed markets.

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EY - Its all in the mix as companies expand into both rapid-growth and mature markets It's all in the mix as companies expand into both rapid-growth and mature markets.

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EY - No prizes for guessing the most important factor in globalization in the next three years No prizes for guessing the most important factor in globalization in the next three years.

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EY - Bigger isnt always better - the world's largest economies are not the most globalized Bigger isn't always better - the world's largest economies are not the most globalized.

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EY - The number of companies moving outsourced operations from BRIC to non-BRIC rapid-growth countries will triple in the next three years The number of companies moving outsourced operations from BRIC to non-BRIC rapid-growth countries will triple in the next three years.

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EY - Over the next 12 months, expect greater protectionism among the BRICs than other rapid-growth markets Over the next 12 months, expect greater protectionism among the BRICs than other rapid-growth markets.

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EY - Looking for the hottest new geographical markets for your company? Check out these four Looking for the hottest new geographical markets for your company? Check out these four.

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EY - Mature markets are enjoying a resurgence in manufacturing activities - specially oil and gas production in the US Mature markets are enjoying a resurgence in manufacturing activities - specially oil and gas production in the US.

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EY - The BRIC countries are less open to trade than other rapid-growth economies The BRIC countries are less open to trade than other rapid-growth economies.

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