Monday, November 17, 2008

The New Competition for Global Resources

Companies in the U.S. and Western Europe once had unfettered access to the world’s resources, such as raw materials, capital and talent. However, with increasing demand from India, China, Brazil, Russia and other rapidly developing economies, access is no longer assured.

This report from Wharton and The Boston Consulting Group discusses the ways in which the 'race' for resources is reshaping global business and how key political and financial trends in emerging economies are likely to affect companies doing business anywhere in the world.

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