The scary Western monopolies or the Central and South Asian economies and cultural diversities?

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Want to see a scary scenario? The most powerful economies of the World in the hands of a handful group of companies: Apple, AIG, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and a few other.

This report is posted by Matthew Yglesias in his article "In 2012, Ten Stocks Are Driving about 88% of the Entire S&P500's Earning Growth". I see over 120 likes on this article, and I ask myself what there is to Like about it? Are we crazy?

One more reason to focus on Central and South Asia, diversification is the insurance for the future. A region with a media age below 20 years old, a region with an incredible future and potential. Today Lauren Lovelace, US State Dept. representative at Georgetown University, US - Afghan Women's Council, mentioned “we see 2014 as an opportunity, American military presence will be replaced by private enterprise and entrepreneurship”. This is where the Film Annex and Citadel business model proves successful; adapting to the cultural diversity is the base of Film Annex success, but very hard for monolithic companies like Apple, AIG, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America.

There are good reasons why the Hulk is talking to Santa about getting more computers for Building Schools in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and more.

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