Emerging Markets

All that we are is the result of our thoughts. Buddha for all those countries that have been identified with the potential to generating emerging markets for its commercial activities which help you in your economy, know that SMEs have great opportunities to offer their products, compete in them. But since then, play a favorable role of operability required to evaluate the characteristics of these markets, the how they can participate, especially when you know manifested a dynamic competitiveness, in addition to other factors to be present as alliances, agreed, treated reached, agreements, economy, consumers, needs, policy, to mention a few. Details can be found by clicking Ben Silbermann or emailing the administrator. Personally we believe that it is a great opportunity, if really assesses the scope, implications, benefits, opportunities that arise. In a question-answer forum Robert Kiyosaki was the first to reply. In the case of Venezuelan SMEs than at present they face serious problems given his unproductive, stagnation, consequence of the incidence of economic policy generated by its current President Hugo Identified with the Socialist Revolution, Chavez will be difficult, more, when we objectively know little integration of the State with SMEs favoring them in its operation with economic aid, facilitation to ensure that productivity, efficiency, makes very difficult on them to achieve ideal participation that favors him.

SMEs that are willing to participate in emerging markets, have encouraged to participate by aspects such as reserves: political risks: the risk lies in the possibility of a) expropriation (the Government confiscates the foreign company or its assets), b) that political instability to degenerate into an armed conflict or c) to be victim of crime or corruption. To reduce this risk, it is necessary to have a prominent local company as a partner, and even invite the Government to own part of your company. Macroeconomic risks: basically the possibility of a significant decline in gross domestic product. Currency risk: is reflected in the devaluation of the local currency. Risk of information: will always be less information available, compared with industrialized countries.

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