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British economy

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Albert Cucurull Bachiller

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Transcript of British economy

TOURISM
FOOTBALL
British economy
Numerical part



General information
GDP - per capita (PPP): $37,300


71% of people with a paid job
Internal benefits
Agriculture - products:

Cereals,
oilseed
, potatoes, vegetables; cattle, sheep, poultry and
fish

Industries:

Machine tools, electric power equipment, food processing, textiles, clothing, other consumer goods.


Disposable income per capita is 25 828 USD
gap between the richest and poorest: 20%
Industrial production growth rate:

-0.3%

BRITISH ECONOMY

Agriculture: 0.7%
Industry: 20.5%
Services: 78.9%

Economical internal benefits
Scotland
Ruins of St. Andrew's Cathedral

Biggest in Scotland
Gothic architecture
Falkirk Wheel


Connects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.
Loch Ness
37km
Legend: Big monster
England
Elizabeth Tower
Big Ben
150 years 31 May 2009
London Eye
Annual benefits: 90.000.000
3.5 annual visitors
Madame Tussauds
2.200.000 monthly benefits
Wales
Conwy castle
Kings castle
1372
Smallest house in the UK
Erddig palace
Biggest botanic garden in Wales
Exports benefits
Exports:

$813.2 million (2013 est.)




Country comparison to the world: 5
$801.7 million (2012 est.)

Main function
Goods produced in one country are shipped to another country for future sale or trade.
UK Banks

Royal Bank of Scotland




Barclays

Santander
Co-operative
Nationwide
Tesco bank

Lloyds TSB



Bank of Scotland

UK's banks curious characteristics
BENEFITS
LOSSES
Commercial benefits
Total benefits in 2013/2014 season: 237.250.000
Total benefits in 2013/2014 season: 1.027.000.000
Total benefits in 2013/2014 season: 1.211.692
237.250.000
+ 1.027.000.000
1.211.692
________________
1.265.461.692

Broadcast benefits
Matchday benefits
Signings up
Premier expended 700 million pounds in new signings. They beat their last record (585 million powns)
ANSWERS
Players incomes
Premier league is the league that expends more in their players' incomes (2.273.277)
Field's maintenance
-804.392/year
700.000.000
+ 2.273.277
804.392
_____________
703.077.669
1.265.461.692
- 703.077.669
_____________
0.562.384.023
Government Ownership of UK Banks
Royal Bank of Scotland Group 84%
Lloyds Banking group 43%
Lloyds Banking Group


General insurance

Life insurance

Pensions

Products
Retail banking

Commercial banking

Private banking
Investment Banking
Owners
UKFI (24%)
Goverment (43%)
Deutsche Bank (33%)
Other information
Number of employees: 90,260
Area served: Worldwide
Headquarter: 25 Gresham Street,
London, United Kingdom
Royal Bank of Scotland
Products:



Consumer Banking


Finance and insurance
Corporate Banking
Stock-market price
RBS (LON) 368,50

GBX +0,80 (+0,22 %)
Area served: Worldwide
Headquarters

Edinburgh
Scotland
United Kingdom




Tesco Bank

Smaller Banks

Co-operative Bank
Sainsbury’s Bank
They employ 0.5million people
Provide 25% of total corporation tax (£8bn) to the UK Goverment
Banks provide banking services to 95% of the UKs population
CULTURE
CULTURE
CUISINE
RELIGION
ARTISTS
THE BEATLES
SHAKESPEARE
DANIEL CRAIG
ONE DIRECTION
DANIEL RADCLIFFE
ART
ENGLAND
WALES
SCOTLAND
ENGLAND
WALES
SCOTLAND
NORTH IRELAND
ENGLAND
WALES
SCOTLAND
NORTH IRELAND
Banks provide banking services to 95% of the UKs population
Provide over 125m accounts
Clear 7bn transactions
Facilitate 2.3bn cash withdrawals
£560bn
1. £37.300 7. 75.375 people

2. 78.9% 8. North Ireland

3. 3.5 annual visitors 9. Paul McCartney and Ringo Star

4. From a fire 10. National Gallery, London

5. 2.200.000 benefits 11. II World War

6. 40 million more 12. £730.000




NORTH IRELAND
Mussenden Temple
Dunluce Castle
Destroyed by fire in 1641
Wedding cost per person
£350
It fell into the sea one
stormy night
£34,500 per wedding
OLYMPIC GAMES
Glenarm castle
Daily:



Season Pass:

Adult £5
Child £2.50

Adult £15
Family £30
Fish and chips
Sunday roast
£0,50 to visit the house
Welsh rarebit
Glamorgan sausage
Haggis
Scottish breakfast
Colcannon
Irish stew
Guinness
St. Paul's Cathedral
St. David's Cathedral
Iona Abbey
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh
John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harris, Ringo Star
£188 million
Romeo and Juliet
in 1968
£50 million
James Bond
£50 million two last films
Harry Styles, Zain Malik, Niall Horan,
Liam Payne, Louis Tomlison
£100 million two last years
Harry Potter
£106 million
Marriage a la Mode
William Hogarth
National Gallery, London
The Bard
Thomas Jones
National Museum, Wales
Self portrait
National Gallery of Scotland
George Jamesone
could accomodate 130.000 spectators
in 1908
66.000 tickets were sold
in 1948
they just cost £730.000
known as "the austerity games"
in 2012
£7.3 billion boost
590.000 people visited the city for the games
THE TOURISM IS GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY
in 1944
They would have celebrated the 50th anniversary (modern olympic games)
SERGI ALCÀNTARA, ARNAU COCA, ALBERT CUCURULL & ANDREU NADAL

GDP-TAX
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT
TAXES
FINANCIAL CHARGE
IMPOSED BY ONE ENTITY
Halifax

99%
1%
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