Germany is considered one of the top three global investment locations, alongside the United States and China, and is rapidly developing a reputation as the top European business destination.
The United Kingdom has one of the most open economies in the world. Despite its continuing flirtation with socialism and the often-burdensome weight of history, it is a stable country, both politically and economically.
The United States is the leading global military power and a formidable force politically, culturally and academically. US economy is fueled by natural resources and a high level of productivity.
Brazil is active in several industries including mining, agriculture, services and manufacturing and has been expanding its presence in the global commodities markets. Brazil is one of the major exporting countries in the world with major exports including electrical goods, coffee, orange juice, soya beans, corned beef, aircraft, footwear, textile items, iron and steel.
Canada’s economy is mixed and highly developed. It has the 10th biggest nominal GDP and 17th biggest PPP GDP in the world. The country’s economic history started with hunting, farming, and trading by its indigenous inhabitants.