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What is Going on in China?

What is Going on in China
The news about China’s economic woes is wide spread and it seems that the equity markets in China are along for the ride. This has been felt even in the stock markets in the US since investors like Efraim Landa can become concerned about what impact China’s economy may have on the economy on a global level. Plenty of negative influences are heard because of the upheaval.

Is China okay?

It’s rather obvious even to the casual observer that everything is not running perfectly in China. However, there should be some thought given to the economic growth in China and perhaps there is a different perspective from which to view it. In 2015, the GDP of China has been estimated at more than $11 trillion. This is not actually too bad when you compare them to others like Germany and Japan who are both closing in on the United States at 7% growth factors. This is an enormous amount of growth considering it’s not been done before. China’s economy has lots of prospects and investors who are patient will likely be rewarded eventually.
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The World Economy in Spring 2013

Money and Finance

Finance Chart

The state of the global economy is very important to the venture capitalist like Efraim Landa. Over the last few decades there have been many changes in the VC market. There was a time when the venture capitalists was only interested in investing in their local businesses but over the last few decades as international options have become available, the VC market has continued to expand and to strengthen the global economy. Specifically many areas that were struggling have experienced some level of economic progress due partly to regulations which allowed for international investments. Just where does the global economy stand today? How serious was the latest recession and how has it affected the investment potential of VC firms around the world? Read the rest of this entry

How Does VC Affect the Global Economy?

Globalization

Global Economy

As a venture capital firm, Effi Enterprises seeks out emerging businesses that are in need of the funding necessary to grow into a thriving, public company.  These early-stage companies have extreme potential for improvement, but assistance from a firm like Effi Enterprises is all they lack.  In exchange for equity in the company, venture capital firms will invest large amounts of financial capital into the startup to give it the boost necessary to become successful.  As an entrepreneur, Efraim Landa, the founder of Effi Enterprises, understands the importance of innovation and the promotion of small business to the overall success of the economy. Read the rest of this entry

What Drives the Global Economy?

Global Economy and the US

Global Economy

In a time of needed recovery in many countries around the world from the recent economic downturn, many begin to wonder how this recovery can happen.  What is that actually drives an economy and pushes it towards growth and success? What factors need to be focused on to stimulate this recovery quickly?  Individual economies have experienced downturns in the recent years, but as an interconnected global economy, the financial crisis was not enough to stop growth.  To propel the global economy forward, factors such as physical capital, labor, productivity, and investment need to be prioritized.

What is the State of the Global Economy?

The economies of the world are constantly becoming more integrated through trade and investment into one global economy that has grown rapidly over time.  In 1970, the world produced about 12 trillion dollars worth of goods and services and 2010; world production reached 41 trillion dollars.  In four decades, global GDP has increased almost four times.  The pace of the global economy’s growth is gradual and consistent.  Individual nations may experience extreme economic boosts and downturns, but the overall global economy continues a slow uphill movement.  Even after a significant global financial crisis like 2009, there was a dip for that year but global GDP had fully recovered by the next year and even exceeded pre-crisis levels by the year after that Read the rest of this entry