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The State And Economic Development

There are many economic ideas about the intensity of involvement of state in the economic development of the countries of the world. Its true that the state’s involvement in the economic development is essential, but to what extent the state should involve is the question.

The State And Economic Development

There are many economic ideas about the intensity of involvement of state in the economic development of the countries of the world. Its true that the state’s involvement in the economic development is essential, but to what extent the state should involve is the question.

Cutting Tax Breaks To Save The Budget

As debate wars on regarding the deficit both sides consider tax breaks and whether to cut specific provisions or not. Though no decision has yet to be reached, the topic continues to gain momentum in the overall concern regarding U.S. economics.

Ireland’s Comeback

After years of fiscal austerity, Ireland is ready to stand on its own two feet. Congratulations are in order.

Economists Who Tout Socialism – Popular With Academia and Left-Leaners, But Far From Reality

Is socialism the answer to the gap between rich and poor? Is it the government’s responsibility to redistribute wealth to shore up this purported inequality? Is un-leveling the playing field the right way to play it? As a Milton Friedman, Ayn Rand, Adam Smith economists myself, I say no, and not because I am a free-market fundamentalist, but rather because of my observations competing and producing in the free-market economy (well, as free-market as it is).

Even If We Agree There Is Inequality – That Does Not Mean Socialism Is the Answer

Indeed, I’ve been a rather harsh critic of socialism, I am beginning to see it everywhere in the US now and it really concerns me. Not long ago, I watched an economic video by Robert Reich, Nobel Economist and commented on this to an online acquaintance putting it up for debate.

Has China Painted Itself Into An Economic Corner – I Believe So

What if China really did totally embrace “free-market capitalism” with every ounce of their fiber, from the large cities to the rural farming communities, “from the mountains to the prairie,” if you will? Well, that’s the topic of this article, and I think it is a relevant one.

Africa’s Bustling Economy Amid Civil Wars and Commotion

This story of development, advancement, potential and profitability has attracted Chinese investors who have so far traded with Africa for over $150 billion, as at 2011 reports and is thus one of its largest trading partners. Africa is the next global economic hub, according to Ernst& Young, a business consulting firm based in the US. Ten years ago, back in 2000 the western world had deemed Africa as the hopeless continent, because of the political problems in countries like Somalia, Sierra Leon, Sudan and Zimbabwe, among other hunger stricken nations across the continent. But today, behold the sun rests its beam on Africa. Its glow is now warm enough to invite back the same economists that had doomed it to fail. Africa has indeed grown in leaps and bounds.

International Trade and Inflationary Trends

The inflationary trends in any country depend upon several factors. The consumers do blame the governments in power, but the governments seem to have a little control over the rising prices in this globalized era.

Rest of the World No Longer Needed – China Has So Much Industrial Potential Capacity

Much of China’s success is because the American consumers and companies have bought so many products from them, and they’ve been able to export their way to success building inexpensive products for the rest of the world. Still, what happens when one nation has so much industrial capacity that all the other industrial manufacturing throughout the world is no longer needed? That’s a scary thought isn’t it? Right now China could produce enough good they could provide for several planets, with similar populations and global gross domestic product.

Investment and Growth Opportunities Emerging In Greece

Today’s investors are paying more attention to Greece due to the massive structural overhauls happening within the country. The people of Greece have demanded change and progress for many years, and today they are starting to benefit form those demands. The country is becoming friendlier to business, and many international investors are eager to get involved with the transformation of the country.

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