NORTHERN COUNTRIES BEFORE THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY.
Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Iceland.
3. Demography and Company.
4. Politicsand culture.
6. Political Environmentalist.
The northern countries possess some of the most competitive economies of the world, in spite of the high tax burden and the extensivesystems of social safety, meet between ten nations major implantation of the Technologies of the Information and the Communication (TIC), Sweden at the head of the classification, according to a studyspread in Geneva by the Economic World Forum.
Sweden heads the list, followed by Singapore, which promotes two places, and of Denmark, which led the classification last year, whereas The UnitedStates fell to the fifth square in benefit of Switzerland, which placed in the fourth one.
In agreement with this report, which it includes to 133 countries that there add 98 % of the world, alone GDPfour of the region of Latin America and the Carib they figure between the 50 first ones of this list, which demonstrates that the region has a " wide margin of improvement " in the implantation of theTIC.
DEMOGRAPHY AND THE COMPANY.
The northern countries have a population combined of approximately 25 million spread over an area of the land of 3.5 million kilometres ² (Greenland explains 60 %of the total area).
Recently, Estonia also has been projected as northern country, though it is considered extensively to be to Baltic State. Estonia has linguistic, ethnic and cultural nearby bowswith Finland, some cultural bows with Sweden and Denmark, and most of his investment and trade is with the
THE SOCIAL PROTECTION FOR THE MAJOR PERSONS AND THE DISABLED PERSONS.
The programs ofsocial protection can be divided in economic presentations and services. If we centre on the major persons and on the persons with disability, the economic presentations are principally the pensions....