Eliminalia starting up its business development in Asia

Eliminalia is worldwide leader about web reputation recovery and right to oblivion, on a legal rather than IT only basis.

According to the Business Developer Manager, Gianfranco Dote, here is Eliminalia in a few words: “We believe in everyone’s right to oblivion. We turned our belief into our job in 2011 and we are now leaders worldwide about web reputation recovery. Strict confidentiality, effectiveness and guarantee about results are part of our contract. Eliminalia reimburses its Clients for any preset but unachieved result.”

Helyos will support Eliminalia as an incubator for the Philippines, supporting its business development step by step.

Looking for business partners all over the South, East and Southeast Asian region.

Get in touch for further information messaging here or visit our website.

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These are the world’s fastest-growing economies in 2017

World’s fastest growing economies 2017, according to World Bank analysis and forecasts.

Get in touch with Helyos Partners if you are interested to get further information about the Philippines.

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Automobile markets

Chinese automakers launch a global offensive via emerging Asia.

About 3.2 million cars were sold in Southeast Asia in 2016, while about 3.8 million were sold in India in the 12 months through March.

Combined annual sales in these markets are double the figure for Germany, Europe’s largest market, and they are only expected to rise as their populations grow larger and richer.

http://asia.nikkei.com/magazine/20170601/On-the-Cover/Chinese-automakers-launch-a-global-offensive-via-emerging-Asia

A 14,500-kilometer undersea cable SEA-U.S. undersea cable system

The cable system was built by a consortium of 7 international telecommunications companies. It links 5 areas and territories, which include Manado (Indonesia), Davao (Philippines), Piti (Guam), Oahu (Hawaii, United States), and Los Angeles (California, United States).

For details and source click here.

PWC prediction: The world’s most powerful economies in 2030 | World Economic Forum

The world economies in 2030 according to PWC.

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/02/a-prediction-the-worlds-most-powerful-economies-in-2030?utm_content=buffer5aa5f&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

The world’s biggest economies in 2017 and in 2050

The chart above shows the world’s 40 biggest economies individually, but grouped by colour into continents.The Asian bloc clearly has a larger share than anywhere else, representing just over a third (33.84%) of global GDP.  That’s compared to North America, which represents just over a quarter, at 27.95%. Europe comes third with just over one-fifth of global GDP (21.37%). Together, these three blocs generate more than four-fifths (83.16%) of the world’s total output.Brazil’s economy has contracted in the last year by 3.5%, the only one in the top 10 to do so.

The charts below show the world we should expect in the future, basing on PWC report released in February 2017.
Sources: World Economic Forum and PWC report.