Archive for October, 2011
The theme of economic development can be an exciting and challenging when it comes to town to attract large companies and multinational corporations to build factories and plants in them. When the city government to go after businesses to encourage them to go to the region often have to compete with other cities and regional partnerships to provide land use areas.
Economic development means more jobs for local citizens and the tax base for local government in the city. It also means an increase in housing companies to choose the locations of their headquarters or manufacturing textiles. When hundreds or thousands of employees have to work on a new production plant in the city benefits the entire industry boom.
A decade ago, the choice faced by Micron to build a new headquarters in two cities in one of two different states. What are the plans of the office space for 300 people was presented to the planning committees, local government officials investigating the costs and benefits of tax breaks that they could provide a manufacturer of microchips. Read the rest of this entry »
Internationally, the U.S. economy is considered the most powerful and most important, according to current economic indicators and economic growth in 2011. The U.S. economy is highly based on the economic behavior in the marketplace where businesses and individuals make decisions. There are a few key economic indicators that can predict the future of a particular economy. Are important economic indicators, inflation, gross domestic product (GDP), employment and unemployment, etc.
These indicators should be to achieve the main objective set by the Federal Reserve, the calculation of the monetary policy objectives of economic growth. Current economic indicators and economic growth in 2011 to provide for economic growth in the near future. When the recession began, the economic indicator has turned negative. This was a sure sign of an economic collapse. Therefore, the economic well-being greatly affect the current economic indicators. Read the rest of this entry »