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Old 09-29-2019, 03:30 PM
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Hopefully with time this thread will get filled with useful maps and graphs depicting current realities in the Americas. I will start with these ones about the economic productivity in three major sectors of the economy.


https://howmuch.net/articles/role-ag...ound-the-world

Top 5 in Central America and Caribbean Region

1. Guatemala (CA)
2. Dominican Republic (TC)
3. Cuba (TC)
4. Costa Rica (CA)
5. Honduras (CA)


https://howmuch.net/articles/role-in...ound-the-world

Top 5 in Central America and Caribbean Region

1. Puerto Rico (TC)
2. Cuba (TC)
3. Dominican Republic (TC)
4. Guatemala (CA)
5. Panama (CA)


https://howmuch.net/articles/role-se...ound-the-world

Top 5 in Central America and Caribbean Region

1. Cuba (TC)
2. Puerto Rico (TC)
3. Dominican Republic (TC)
4. Guatemala (CA)
5. Panama (CA)

* Canada and Venezuela aren't included in any of them, while Haiti only appears in services.

** TC = The Caribbean, CA = Central America
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Old 09-29-2019, 04:25 PM
 
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Interesting graphical data.
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Old 09-30-2019, 11:28 AM
 
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Mexico is a little bit more advanced than Chile


what a moron
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Old 10-01-2019, 08:31 AM
 
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Loool what a dumb post. So, Mexico has a more advanced agriculture than Chile, but also a much more advanced industry and services sectors.
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Old 10-01-2019, 08:49 AM
 
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Loool what a dumb post. So, Mexico has a more advanced agriculture than Chile, but also a much more advanced industry and services sectors.
Chile is a developed nation and Mexico is not quite there yet. The HDI tells the real story of the pecking order of nations.
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Old 10-01-2019, 11:35 AM
 
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Chile is a developed nation and Mexico is not quite there yet. The HDI tells the real story of the pecking order of nations.
joacoanal is a primate, lol thinks mexico is more advanced than chile and other nonsense

https://www.google.com/search?q=is+chile+developed


Just a quick search found that Chile and Argentina both create everything from planes to satellites, from submarines to advanced heavy weapon platforms and everything in between. For Uruguay it was less advanced but they have a small population; like Iceland, they can't create too much.
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Old 10-01-2019, 02:04 PM
 
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joacoanal is a primate, lol thinks mexico is more advanced than chile and other nonsense

https://www.google.com/search?q=is+chile+developed


Just a quick search found that Chile and Argentina both create everything from planes to satellites, from submarines to advanced heavy weapon platforms and everything in between. For Uruguay it was less advanced but they have a small population; like Iceland, they can't create too much.
those Chilean planes are the equivalent to those made in garages by amateurs in the USA.
only one country make real planes in latam, Brazil.

and plenty of countries in latam make weapons, cars, boats, ect.
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Old 10-01-2019, 02:21 PM
 
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those Chilean planes are the equivalent to those made in garages by amateurs in the USA.
making jet planes in garages is normal?


I was telling that moron joacoanal that mex is not the only country with higher industrial capability
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:55 PM
 
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Chile is a developed nation and Mexico is not quite there yet.
not really. Chile is considered "high income" by the World Bank, but so are other countries that aren't really considered First World, like Panama or Trinidad and Tobago.

Both Mexico and Chile belong to the OECD. Neither of the two is considered an "advanced economy" by the IMF.

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The HDI tells the real story of the pecking order of nations.
Not really. Or then, why are Venezuelans flocking neighboring countries with a lower HDI than theirs? 2 million in Colombia (and it could be 4 million in a couple of years, according to some estimations)


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Just a quick search found that Chile and Argentina both create everything from planes to satellites, from submarines to advanced heavy weapon platforms and everything in between. For Uruguay it was less advanced but they have a small population; like Iceland, they can't create too much.

what "quick search"? lol, you didn't do any search at all.


If you did, you would know that Chile doesn't produce cars, much less planes or submarines. Chile stopped manufacturing cars decades ago. Mexico is one of the top car producers of the World, along with Brazil. Mexico has an aerospacial industry, Chile hasn't.





Chile doesn't have any satellites built in the country. The only one was built in France. Mexico has several satellites made in the country.

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Old 10-02-2019, 07:33 AM
 
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not really. Chile is considered "high income" by the World Bank, but so are other countries that aren't really considered First World, like Panama or Trinidad and Tobago.

Both Mexico and Chile belong to the OECD. Neither of the two is considered an "advanced economy" by the IMF.

Not really. Or then, why are Venezuelans flocking neighboring countries with a lower HDI than theirs? 2 million in Colombia (and it could be 4 million in a couple of years, according to some estimations)





what "quick search"? lol, you didn't do any search at all.


If you did, you would know that Chile doesn't produce cars, much less planes or submarines. Chile stopped manufacturing cars decades ago. Mexico is one of the top car producers of the World, along with Brazil. Mexico has an aerospacial industry, Chile hasn't.





Chile doesn't have any satellites built in the country. The only one was built in France. Mexico has several satellites made in the country.
Just telling the truth most of these ‘’mexican industry’’ are in fact US industries making the assembling part along the mexican border to save costs. Nothing wrong with that since Mexico get jobs and some money with that, but the benefits are limited to that. The real money and technology are being made in the USA.
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