The economic crisis made simple

Bull, Richard
November 2011
Financial Management;Nov2011, p54
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the economic crisis including the cause, strategies to overcome it, and factors to be considered in order to achieve success in Great Britain. It says that the cause of economic crisis is due to consumption of more goods and services, and national debt to fill the shortage in production through imports. It states that the nation's economy contains lending as the result of saving and borrowing as for investments. It mentions the significance of developing business strategies such as to reduce consumption or increase production, resulting to lessen national debt, reduction in imports, and development for exports.


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