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Three Trends in Primary Education in Emerging Markets

The emphasis of primary education in emerging markets is an important trend as primary education leads to secondary and tertiary education, therefore leading to a higher skilled workforce as a whole. Emerging markets are increasingly prioritizing primary education as a means to ensure productivity and competitiveness against other markets. The emphasis of primary education in […]
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Global Trends in Business Taxes

Business taxes are a key factor for companies when planning future investment strategies.  A low business tax environment encourages foreign direct investments, creates jobs and means high profit margins for companies. Since the global financial crisis, many developed countries lowered their business taxes in order to relieve burdens placed on businesses by unemployment rates. Emerging […]
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The Top 5 Trends in Higher Education Globally

Education standards are rising globally. Increased prioritisation of primary and secondary education and literacy by governments, especially in emerging regions, is translating into a boom in uptake of tertiary education in many markets: the number of higher education students globally rose from 163 million in 2008 to 199 million in 2013, with more female than […]
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Three Different Types of Unemployment to Recognise for Improved Labour Rates

Seven percent of the economically active population globally is unemployed. There are three types of unemployment companies and governments can identify to curb future unemployment rates. Structural unemployment occurs when an industry becomes less important to an economy than it was previously. Frictional unemployment is more short-term and happens when workers leave jobs for another […]
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New Business Environment 2014 Reports: Helping Your Global Business Strategy

Euromonitor’s business environment reports present key information about the most important aspects of doing business that companies need to plan their future business strategies. This includes the ease or difficulty of business procedures, infrastructure, issues with corruption and political stability, uptake and availability of technology, tax rates, the skills and quality of the labour force and […]
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The Shift in Manufacturing Jobs to Emerging Markets

In the last ten years, many manufacturing jobs have been shifting from Western Europe and North America to emerging countries, particularly in Asia Pacific. Carrie Lennard, Government, Labour and Education Manager at Euromonitor, explains that one reason for the job shift is that hourly wage is cheaper in emerging markets. The decline of manufacturing jobs in advanced […]
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Sun Care Industry Sees Brighter Days

Sun care sales have recovered well in 2010 and 2011 following a poor performance in 2009, the year in which the global recession and economic crisis peaked. Value growth fell to 4% in 2009, down considerably from 8% growth registered in the previous year. In 2010, a return to form was seen for the industry, […]
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Beauty and Personal Care: Entering the New Media Market

Carrie Lenard, Beauty and Personal Care industry analyst at Euromonitor International, states that beauty and personal care manufacturers are using new advertising techniques to reach out to consumers during the economic recovery. The internet has been a popular outlet for new advertising, especially since many consumers are permanently connected to the internet via mobile phones. […]
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The Importance of Political Stability for Businesses

Companies looking to expand into new territories should focus on the Political Stability and Absence of Violence indicator, measured by the World Bank. According to Carrie Lennard, Business Environment Manager at Euromonitor, the indicator factors a country’s political problems and the likelihood its government will be overthrown. Lennard gives a breakdown of the countries ranked […]
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The Rule of Law measures the extent a country's citizens abide by its rules. Therefore, a country with a high rule of law can attract businesses and foreign direct investment. Carrie Lennard, Government, Labour and Education Manager at Euromonitor, explains how rule of law is calculated and discusses countries with the highest and lowest examples. Download as an MP3

The Rule of Law Explained

The Rule of Law measures the extent a country’s citizens abide by its rules. Therefore, a country with a high rule of law can attract businesses and foreign direct investment. Carrie Lennard, Government, Labour and Education Manager at Euromonitor, explains how rule of law is calculated and discusses countries with the highest and lowest examples. […]
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A country’s corruption level directly affects potential investments by businesses, states Carrie Lennard, Government, Labour, and Education Manager at Euromonitor. The eurozone crisis has increased corruption perception in some of the member countries, most notably Greece and Italy. Both countries have high public debt, which has exposed a prevalence of tax evasion. Since this perceived corruption will hamper investments in these countries, governments will have to take action against corruption before growth can take place, according to Lennard. Download as an Mp3

Global Trends in Corruption

A country’s corruption level directly affects potential investments by businesses, states Carrie Lennard, Government, Labour, and Education Manager at Euromonitor. The eurozone crisis has increased corruption perception in some of the member countries, most notably Greece and Italy. Both countries have high public debt, which has exposed a prevalence of tax evasion. Since this perceived […]
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Does Higher Education lead to Employment?

Maintaining high education standards can directly affect a country’s standing in the global economy, states Carrie Lennard, Government, Labour and Education manager at Euromonitor. For example, in the USA, 4 out of 5 people who are unemployed only have primary or secondary levels of education. Students are staying in education longer to gain an advantage […]
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