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The globalization increases poverty in the world?

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Good Morning friends,

How are you today? With my first coffee of the morning, thinking about economic changes will have the world, at present we are in the stage known as  globalization.

Complex phenomenon fundamentally economic that encompasses economic opening of the general goods and capital markets,cultural exchange etc.

At the beginning of the twenty-first century the biggest problem facing the world is poverty. Trends in world poverty during the last decade. The progress made with regard to the reduction of poverty in the pas ten years was hampered slowly. The number of people living on $1 or less per day had a slight decrease,the performance in the work of poverty reduction was extremely uneven, as well as the distribution of world income.

  • “It is an unbalanced world”

What influences the globalization in these differences?The proposal that greater openness to international trade has a positive effect on per capita income of a country is consistent with economic theories made more than 200 years ago.

The agreement is more general and former trade that allows an economy to make better use of their resources when ceases imports of goods and services at a cost lower than they would have if they ocurred in the country.

What about the impact of free trade on the incomes of the poor? A new work suggests that a greater increase in average incomes in a country usually translates into a rising one by one on the incomes of the poor.

The same work concludes tha this relationship also applies to the increase of income caused by more trade:in other words,the impact of trade on incomes of the poor is generally the same as shown on the income by  and generally also could expect an increase of in the incomes of the poor is generally the same as shown on the income per capita. For example a 10% in the ratio of trade to GDP could finally get to raise the per capita income by 5%  and generally also could expect an increase of 5% in the incomes of the poor.

However, it is important to note that nothing is guaranteed in connection with this result,since many other factors can influence both on growth and on poverty. Besides, the success of a generally open trade is affected by each other in the macroeconomic environment,quality of institutions and other factors.

 ” Higher GDP,higher income per capita – higher incomes of the poor”

Best regards,

Mireya

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Written by forachance

20 October 2008 at 10:29

Where to Invest in 2009?

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Good Morning Friends,

Investing abroad? Yes, but in which countries, this depends on many factors but the fact that the new emerging countries will lead the integration of more than 2500 million people of the global economic.

There are experts who do not hesitate to draw big four countries: Brazil, China, India and Russia as the four paradises in which foreign capital is extremely important advantages for investing. There are also four countries that are known to be key players in globalization.

 

Countries which have taken significant steps to improve their attractiveness for investors are Colombia, Costa Rica, Ghana, Mozambique and Vietnam, prices are rising but are still many opportunities.

 

The case of India a country with an unprecedented momentum of growth, which presents a very favorable factors.
Sound macroeconomic policies
– Concern for access to credit
– Fight active government against poverty
– High investment in education.

Overall investment in that country will you invest?

Best regards,

Mireya

 

Business Opportunities- Africa

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Good Morning Friends,

Are there business opportunities in Africa?

 

There is a growing interest in the African continent and their expectations of business. Undertake a business in Africa is not easy, because we must know the risks and the market.

 

The significant growth of African economies in recent years (an annual average of 6.5%), has aroused a genuine interest in the African continent globally.

 

There have never been so many summits on the African continent as in the past five years.

It has triggered a real “africamania” which is explained by the vast wealth of the African continent in raw materials essential to sustaining global growth.

 

But it is mainly in the business environment so that triggered the volume of direct investments in many African countries.

A country such as Ghana for example that appears in the Doing Business 2008 World Bank, as a third country (worldwide) that has improved its ability to attract investment.

 

“Complex  and profound changes of international situation and the advance globalization”

 

Nice day

Mireya

 

 

 

Our difference is the wealth

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Good morning friends,

An important part of a person’s understanding of global issues is the recognition of the dramatic inequalities between nations and social classes with-in countries.

Typically, various racial and ethnic groups possess different amounts of wealth, and the same is true when people are grouped by age or education.

Different assets in wealth between countries. Wealth is heavily concentrated in North America, Europe and some countries in the Asia Pacific region, such as Japan and Australia.

Weighting is the result of “immature” financial institutions, which make it much harder for people to have saving accounts or shares.

Through economic globalization, the structures of trade and finance are increasingly widening the gap between the rich and the poor, posing threats to global peace and to the earth.

The difference between I and you and  you and I  is the wealth.

Nice day,

Mireya

Written by forachance

7 August 2008 at 9:37