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On September 30, ISET hosted Dwight Nystrom, Chief of Political and Economic Affairs of the US Embassy. His presentation was titled: “The Reach and Limitations of American Economic Power” and it was focused on US’s footprint on the global economy. Mr. Nystrom also discussed US economic conditions within different sections. According to the data he provided, the US share of GDP in global GDP began declining in 2000 and after the 2008 global financial crisis it began to fall even more sharply. Furthermore, he mentioned merchandise trade partners over the last 35 years. In 1980 case the first three trade partners for US were Canada, Japan and Mexico, but in 2014 Japan was replaced by China. This phenomenon exists for several reasons, but the primary cause is the cheap labor force of China. However, US still remains attractive place for investors, because it still leads the world in foreign direct investment and several other key indicators.

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