The world is changing rapidly. The political and economic situation of states is changing. Countries previously profitable for investment are now experiencing stagnation. And money loves silence and understandable game conditions. Therefore, recently, global investors have shown increased interest in emerging markets. Are these countries ready for an influx of investors?
Previously, investments in BRIC countries seemed very risky, but in times of crisis, global investors consider them increasingly profitable. KPMG recently published a study that compares the costs of doing business in developed and developing countries. A study on business opportunities was conducted in 14 countries and more than 110 cities. The KPMG study provides an analysis of business conditions in different countries in the following sectors of the economy: industry, R&D, digital technology, etc.
The study examined a number of factors that influence the assessment of the attractiveness of different places for doing business. The main focus was on the costs of doing business, but factors such as the demographic situation and the population, skilled labor and education, innovation, infrastructure, the legal framework, economic conditions, cost and quality of life were also evaluated. Continue reading
These rules, known as Casson’s “12 Rules for Success,” help people who earn capital not lose it.
1. You need to invest only in what you understand.
Do not experience any illusions that any business in which you invested money will bring profit.
2. You can not invest money under pressure.
You were persuaded, you were deceived, they pressed you. No, it’s you who allowed yourself to be persuaded, deceived, pressed. Although it was immediately clear that if you are pressed and you are inwardly resisting, then it is not your interests that are upheld. In the world there are a lot of scammers who use this method. Continue reading