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    Le Canada se classe au deuxième rang des pays les mieux perçus dans le monde, derrière l’Australie, selon une étude d’une firme de marketing Anholt-GMI.

    L’entreprise a sondé 10 000 personnes dans 25 pays pour évaluer l’image de marque de divers États. Les répondants ont été interrogés concernant leur perception de divers pays, notamment quant aux possibilités d’investissement, au tourisme, à leur population et à leur culture.

    Le Canada est suivi de la Suisse et de la Grande-Bretagne, tandis que les États-Unis se classent onzièmes.

    L’étude mentionne que globalement, le Canada est perçu comme un pays neutre. La majorité des répondants affirment que le gouvernement canadien leur inspire confiance.

    Dans la catégorie investissement et immigration, le Canada s’est classé en deuxième place, tout comme dans les catégories vie et travail, population, de même que gouvernance.

    Été express:Le « branding » des pays

    Bien que le Canada ait atteint les positions de tête dans plusieurs catégories, il n’a pas obtenu de très bons résultats concernant la perception de sa culture: il est arrivé 20e.

    Tout compris les 25 pays se classent ainsi :

    Complete ranking of all 25 nation brands:
    1. Australia
    2. Canada
    3. Switzerland
    4. UK
    5. Sweden
    6. Italy
    7. Germany
    8. Netherlands
    9. France
    10. New Zealand
    11. United States
    12. Spain
    13. Ireland
    14. Japan
    15. Brazil
    16. Mexico
    17. Egypt
    18. India
    19. Poland
    20. South Korea
    21. China
    22. South Africa
    23. Czech Republic
    24. Russia
    25. Turkey

    En ingles
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    World Loves Canada: Voted Second Best Nation

    Canada Ranks #2, after Australia, in global ranking of country brands: beats out U.S., UK and other western nations

    Seattle – August 1, 2005 – The Anholt-GMI Nation Brand Index (NBI), the only analytical ranking of the world’s nation brands, found that Canada is the second most favorite country in the world. This second quarterly NBI surveyed 10,000 people in 10 countries on 25 nations in six different areas, including investment, tourism, people and culture. Canada, a new country in the poll, overtook second place from the UK, which ranked number two in the first NBI in May 2005.

    In most areas – best places to work and live, expand business, people, and governance – Canada came in right after Australia, showing that the country’s positive reputation continues to remain strong.

    Unlike Canada’s neighbor and close ally the United States, which ranks 11th; globally, the government is seen as neutral, with the majority of those polled describing the government as trust-worthy. Adding to this perception, is the fact that Canada ranks number two, after Switzerland, on overall governance, as well as on how much people around the world trust the country’s government to make responsible decisions and uphold international peace and security. But, it might appear that a large part of the world’s perception of Canada can be attributed to how they feel about Canadians: the people came in second place in the hospitable category, right after Australians.

    “The NBI is designed to measure the real underlying brand power of each country, something that takes generations to build and change,” said Simon Anholt, co-author of the NBI and leading nation brand expert. “With a stable, liberal and democratic government and a healthcare system envied by its neighbors –justified or not – Canada is clearly a strong brand that goes beyond the borders of its hemisphere.”

    Canada’s Global Rankings in Six Areas

    1. Investment & Immigration Overall 2
    — Live & Work 2
    — Expand Business 3

    2. Tourism 3

    3. People 2
    — Hiring 3

    4. Cultural & Heritage Overall 18
    — Popular Culture 14
    — Cultural Heritage 20

    5. Governance 2

    6. Exports
    — Brands/Products 11

    Although Canada ranked high in certain areas, it didn’t fair so well in culture, coming in towards the bottom five at 20th place, after Switzerland, Mexico, New Zealand, and Germany. Furthermore, with respondents ranking it 14th when asked if they would be interested in cultural activity (e.g. buying a record, going to a show) coming out of Canada, this is not a strong area for the country. Despite popular icons and activities, such as Sarah McLachlan, Keanu Reeves, Neil Young, ice hockey and a thriving film industry – these factors haven’t impacted how the world sees Canada in either heritage or pop culture areas.

    Anholt adds: “Canada’s low ranking in culture is somewhat troubling, considering this is a real indication of how people feel about a country. On the flip side, it seems that Canadians have made quite the positive impression. This could be attributed to Canadians who have traveled the world, worked abroad, or from foreigners visiting the country. These factors obviously have had an enormous impact, but Canada could work harder on improving its product brand image.”

    An area where Canada ranked relatively low was in product branding, coming in 11th place, after South Korea, Sweden, The Netherlands and the U.S. One of the reasons may be due to the fact that when most respondents think of Canadian products, they chose the non-consumer category – heavy industry – and product brands in this category are generally not well-known (e.g. Alcan, Inc., Zenon Environmental).

    “The NBI is just one example of how technology can help poll a broad base of the world’s population to get an accurate reading on something as important as global opinion of nation brands,” said Mitch Eggers, Ph.D, vice president of global research operations for GMI. “As this becomes one of the world’s largest regular polls, gauging consumer attitudes in incredible detail and quality, the more valuable it will become as a tool to help governments and organizations develop a plan of action to address these strongly held perceptions.”

    Complete ranking of all 25 nation brands:

    1. Australia
    2. Canada
    3. Switzerland
    4. UK
    5. Sweden
    6. Italy
    7. Germany
    8. Netherlands
    9. France
    10. New Zealand
    11. United States
    12. Spain
    13. Ireland
    14. Japan
    15. Brazil
    16. Mexico
    17. Egypt
    18. India
    19. Poland
    20. South Korea
    21. China
    22. South Africa
    23. Czech Republic
    24. Russia
    25. Turkey

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    http://www.radio-canada.ca/nouvelles/International/nouvelles/200508/01/012-canada-marketing.shtml

    http://www.gmi-mr.com/gmipoll/nbi_q2-canadian-press-release.phtml

    #209172
    Invitado MQI
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    Ireland is named ‘best country’

    Dubliners have reason to be cheerful, the survey finds
    Ireland is the best place to live in the world, according to a "quality of life" assessment by Economist magazine.
    The country’s combination of increasing wealth and traditional values gives it the conditions most likely to make its people happy, the survey found.

    Ireland was followed by Switzerland, Norway and Luxembourg. All but one of the top 10 were European countries.

    The USA languished in 13th, while Britain was 29th – the lowest of the pre-expansion EU nations.

    ‘TOP TEN COUNTRIES’
    1 Ireland
    2 Switzerland
    3 Norway
    4 Luxembourg
    5 Sweden
    6 Australia
    7 Iceland
    8 Italy
    9 Denmark
    10 Spain

    The survey was prepared for the Economist’s "World in 2005" publication, with the remit: "Where will be the best place to live in 2005?"

    Researchers took into account not just income, but other factors considered important to people’s satisfaction and well-being.

    They included health, freedom, unemployment, family life, climate, political stability and security, gender equality and family and community life.

    The Economist said: "Ireland wins because it successfully combines the most desirable elements of the new, such as low unemployment and political liberties, with the preservation of certain cosy elements of the old, such as stable family and community life."

    The magazine admits that measuring quality of life is not a straightforward thing to do, and that its findings will have their critics – "except, of course, in Ireland".

    Breakdown in Britain

    The Republic has made significant gains from its membership of the EU, earning the soubriquet Celtic Tiger for its economic progress.

    Commentators say it is widely admired by the EU’s newest members, and has become a model for what they hope to achieve.

    Although European nations generally do well in the survey, the continent’s major industrial powers of France, Germany and Britain finish 25th, 26th and 29th respectively.

    The researchers said although the UK achieved high income per head, it had high levels of social and family breakdown.

    The worst of the 111 countries to live in was considered to be Zimbabwe, "where things have gone from bad to worse under [President] Robert Mugabe

    #209173
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    Ireland is named ‘best country’

    Dubliners have reason to be cheerful, the survey finds
    Ireland is the best place to live in the world, according to a "quality of life" assessment by Economist magazine.
    The country’s combination of increasing wealth and traditional values gives it the conditions most likely to make its people happy, the survey found.

    Ireland was followed by Switzerland, Norway and Luxembourg. All but one of the top 10 were European countries.

    The USA languished in 13th, while Britain was 29th – the lowest of the pre-expansion EU nations.

    ‘TOP TEN COUNTRIES’
    1 Ireland
    2 Switzerland
    3 Norway
    4 Luxembourg
    5 Sweden
    6 Australia
    7 Iceland
    8 Italy
    9 Denmark
    10 Spain

    The survey was prepared for the Economist’s "World in 2005" publication, with the remit: "Where will be the best place to live in 2005?"

    Researchers took into account not just income, but other factors considered important to people’s satisfaction and well-being.

    They included health, freedom, unemployment, family life, climate, political stability and security, gender equality and family and community life.

    The Economist said: "Ireland wins because it successfully combines the most desirable elements of the new, such as low unemployment and political liberties, with the preservation of certain cosy elements of the old, such as stable family and community life."

    The magazine admits that measuring quality of life is not a straightforward thing to do, and that its findings will have their critics – "except, of course, in Ireland".

    Breakdown in Britain

    The Republic has made significant gains from its membership of the EU, earning the soubriquet Celtic Tiger for its economic progress.

    Commentators say it is widely admired by the EU’s newest members, and has become a model for what they hope to achieve.

    Although European nations generally do well in the survey, the continent’s major industrial powers of France, Germany and Britain finish 25th, 26th and 29th respectively.

    The researchers said although the UK achieved high income per head, it had high levels of social and family breakdown.

    The worst of the 111 countries to live in was considered to be Zimbabwe, "where things have gone from bad to worse under [President] Robert Mugabe

    #209174
    Invitado MQI
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    disculpen la repeteción pero es que esta cosa falla y luego no hay manera de borrar los mensajes enviados.

    #209175
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    No seas imbecil, claramente en tu articulo dice "dubliners" gente de Irlanda! y el otro es un survey de gente relativamente alrededor de lmundo.

    Negro inculto!

    #209176
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

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    The Anholt-GMI Nation Brand Index (NBI), the only analytical ranking of the world’s nation brands, found that Canada is the second most favorite country in the world. This second quarterly NBI surveyed 10,000 people in 10 countries on 25 nations in six different areas, including investment, tourism, people and culture.
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    Como se ve le hicieron una encuesta a 10000 personas en diez paises sobre 25 naciones. Son solamente puntos de vista subjetivos pero que lo por menos indica una percepcion de como se ven los paises desde el exterior.

    El estudio de la revista ”The economist” tambien puede ser valido desde otro punto de vista. Su objetivo es similar en lo que quieren clasificar – Mejores paises en el mundo para vivir- pero lo hacen desde una perspectiva de investigacion diferente. En el articulo no dice de donde se tomaron los datos ni como se consiguieron y el tamaño de la muestra si la hubo.

    Pareciera mas bien una comparacion de datos estadisticos e investigacion documental mas que una encuesta de personas como se hace en los articulos que cite . Pero no dudo que una revista prestigiosa como ”The economist” haya realizado una buena investigacion con gente bien preparada como deberia ser quienes laboran en esa publicacion.

    Saludos.

    #209177
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    Es una nota de El Economist, asi que mejor no insultes a otros, eh?

    #209178
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    Tienes razon. Lo que publicaste es como "perciben" las personas Canada, no necesariamente como es la cosa. The Economist, me imagino, se va mas por el lado economico (obvio) y elige el lugar que combina posibilidades laborales, de dinero y de vida.

    De acuerdo con las Naciones Unidas en el 2004:

    (CNN) — It may get down to chilly sub-zero temperatures in mid-winter, but the cold climate country of Norway remains the best place in the world to live, according to the latest research by the United Nations.

    And showing it can be cool to be cold, Sweden ranks second, with Canada not far behind in fourth spot.

    Splitting the cool trio is Australia — a much warmer country, and the only southern hemisphere nation to rank in the top 10. Japan, in 9th spot, is the only Asian nation in this elite group.

    Norway has been in the top spot on the U.N.’s human development index (HDI) list since 1995 and has ranked in the top four since 1975. Canada topped the list in 1985 and 1990.

    The United States ranks eighth, while the Netherlands, Belgium, Iceland and Ireland fill out the top 10.

    #209179
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    Tambien encontre esto por si alguien el interesa.

    Sweden “world’s most equal country”

    Sweden is the most equal country in the world, according to a new report. Swedish women are in a better position on the labour market than their counterparts in most other countries, and have better access to healthcare and education. Yet Feminist Initiative founder Gudrun Schyman argues that women in Sweden still suffer from domestic violence and labour market discrimination.

    The study, by the World Economic Forum (WEF), examined the “gender gap” in 58 countries including 30 industrialised countries and 28 developing countries. Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Denmark and Finland held the top five position in the rankings, as the countries with the smallest gender gap.

    [url]http://www.weforum.org/site/homepublic.nsf/Content/World+Economic+Forum+Launches+New+%E2%80%9CGender+Gap+Index%E2%80%9D+Measuring+Inequality+between+Women+and+Men+in+58+Countries[/url]

    #209180
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    Dubliners = gente de Dublin

    #209181
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    Mi punto: porque responderle groseramente a inmigrante cuando su nota es valuable?

    Mas a fondo, por si les interesa

    Ireland named best country to live in
    Economist survey ranks U.S. 13th, U.K. 29th, Zimbabwe last
    MSNBC
    Updated: 10:28 a.m. ET Nov. 19, 2004

    LONDON – Ireland is the best country to live in with Switzerland in second spot, according to a sweeping study of 111 nations aimed at comparing happiness around the world.

    The survey, produced by the Economist Intelligence Unit and released on Wednesday, showed the quality of life in Ireland well ahead of the United States, which was ranked 13th, and neighboring Britain, which came in at 29th place.

    Assuming that wealth is not a finite measure of human satisfaction, the survey is based on complex equations that give precedence to matters of health, well-being, political stability and security. Climate, job security, political freedom, gender equality, and “freedom, family, and community life” are also taken into account.

    On a scale of one to 10, Ireland achieved 8.33 points, with Switzerland coming in at 8.07.

    While the United States had the second-highest GDP after tiny Luxembourg, relatively small European countries, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, and Spain, placed higher, all appearing within the top 10.

    Meantime, larger European Union members France and Germany, took 25th and 26th places respectively.

    Social cohesion
    The United Kingdom ranked the lowest out of the EU members, primarily due to the deterioration of traditional social and family values.

    Ireland not only rated high on social cohesion, but beat the United Kingdom on GDP per person. Average yearly income is now $36,790 in Ireland, versus $31,150 in Britain. For a country that was losing much of its population right up to the early 1990s as emigrants searched for work abroad, the lifestyle victory shows how far Ireland has come since joining the European Union.

    "Ireland wins because it successfully combines the most desirable elements of the new (the fourth highest gross domestic product per head in the world in 2005, low unemployment, political liberties) with the preservation of certain cozy elements of the old, such as stable family and community life,” the Economist survey revealed.

    In the second-division, South Korea ranked just below the United Kingdom, at 30th place. And politically and economically insecure Zimbabwe came in last with in 3.89 points.

    The survey, which will be published in “The World in 2005,” has been conducted annually for 17 years.

    [url]http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6529893[/url]

    #209182
    Invitado MQI
    Miembro

    Pienso que insultan quienes no tienen otra arma para defenserse. Yo en ningún momento pienso que ofendí a nadie tratando de exponer otros surveys en cuanto a los mejores paises para vivir. Lamentablemente lo de mejor pais es relativo, porque es o depende de lo que cada quien quiera para si mismo y para su familia. Yo particularmente viví 2 años en Canadá y pienso que es un pais muy seguro pero lamentablemente el gobierno no deja a las personas hacer dinero para no tener que estar viviendo al día. Admiro a quienes salen adelante en cualquier pais indistintamente de la situación. Pero para que gastar polvora en zamuros.

    Saludos y gracias a todos aquellos que salieron en defensa del artículo que coloqué por lo menos me doy cuenta de que aqui en este foro todavia queda gente open mind y no aquellos que se enfrascan en que sus conceptos son los únicos valederos.

    #209183
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    No te vas a guiar por estadisticas!??!!para venir a Canada .

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