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When you go to a consumer-electronics retailer, you can
see many SAMSUNG brand goods at PC, LCD TV, or refrigerator
department. Samsung Electronics in Korea, the manufacturer,
earns more than 1 trillion yen as net income and has the
largest market share in 9 categories of such as liquid
crystal panel and DRAM.

If you look around, you can find new brands except Western
countries have been popular in our daily life. This
indicates that developing countries like Asian nations
have gained economic power rapidly.

"BRICs" is an acronym of Brazil, Russia, India and China,
which is a new word indicating developing countries' sharp
growth of economy. It is expected that in 2050 the size of
economy in the world would be in the order of China, US,
India, Japan, Brazil and Russia.

But when thing changes, it causes friction. The biggest
one along with the rise of developing countries is export
thrust of China and criticism against it by developed


  You can't enter any major consumer-electronic appliance
retailer without seeing the "SAMSUNG" brand at every sales
counter including products such as PC, LCD TV, refrigerator,
etc. Samsung Corporation, the manufacturer of the brand name,
expects its net profits to exceed a staggering one trillion
yen by boasting the number one global market share in nine
categories of its products such as LCD, DRAM, and so forth.

If you take a fresh look around it is not difficult to
find new brands coming from countries other than the US or
Europe becoming increasingly part of your daily life. That
means emerging countries in Asia and other areas are now
becoming economically empowered with full steam ahead.

A new word "BRICs", an acronym for Brazil, Russia, India
and China, signifies the rapid growth of these emerging
countries. The size of the economy by country in 2050 is
forecast to be China, US, India, Japan, Brazil, Russia, etc.
by order of magnitude.

Friction is bound to arise when changes take place.
The greatest friction ever caused by the emergence of a
newly industrializing nation is China's export offensive
and criticism from developed countries.


When I go to the large retail shops, the Samsung brand on PCs,
LCDs, refrigerators, etc catches my eyes at every floor.

Surprisingly, Korean based manufacturer Samsung Electronics
earns more over a trillion yen of net profit and have the No.1
share among 9 markets like LCD monitor panels, DRAM.

All we have to do is look around the surroundings now and we
find that new brands except those of Europe and America are
getting so penetrated into our lives. That is to say, it is
indicated that new rising countries like Asian countries are
getting economic power.

The acronym, BRICs, is used to describe the rapid growth of
new rising nations where BRICs stands for the first letter of
Brazil, Russia, India and China. Some economists expect that
the order of economic scale in 2050 will be China, USA, India,
Japan, Brazil, Russia.

But some friction might occur whenever something change.
The things being emerged as the friction along rise of these
nations are China's export offensive and criticism against it
from each developed country.

Writers' Workshop 10月号 追加投稿分

At any large outlet of electronic home appliances, a "SAMSUNG"
stands out at every floor for PC, LCTV(a liquid crystal TV) and
refrigerator. Samsung Electronics, the Korean manufacturer of
the brand, has spectacularly generated more than a trillion
yen in its net profit as the world largest market share holder
in nine products including LCD( a liquid crystal display),
DRAM and so forth.

Looking around our surroundings again, we can find that
the new brands other than the Western have spread through
our everyday life. In other words, it means that developing
countries in Asia and other areas are making rapid progress in economy.

A symbolic word showing the situation is "BRICs", an acronym
of Brazil, Russia, India and China. As for the economic scale
by country in 2050, they estimate that China will come to the first
and U.S, India, Japan, Brazil and Russia will follow it in that order.

Change of things will cause friction. The most serious
one derived from the emergence of such new powers is the severe
criticism by advanced nations against the strong export
campaign by China.

"Samsung" brand products such as liquid crystal TV sets and
refrigerators are seen on all floors of volume sales shops of home
electrical appliances. The manufacturer, Samsung Electronics of
South Korea made a surprising annual net profit of more than a
trillion yen, leading the world in nine production fields of liquid
panels, DRAM (dynamic random access memory), etc.

Just look around you now, and you will see that the new brand
goods produced outside of Europe and the United States are in
prevalent use in our everyday life. In other words, this shows the
fact that other newly rising countries are fast becoming a larger
force in the world economy.

These new nations' rapid economic development is represented
by the word "BRICs," initials of Brazil, Russia, India and China.
The world's economic scale ranking in 2005 is expected to be
China, the U.S., India, Japan, Brazil and Russia.

However, changes in things create conflicts. The greatest
friction arising from the rise of these new economies is China's
export offensive and criticisms leveled at it from advanced


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