The Global economy is an Eco-system of economies directly or indirectly affecting each other. It is considered as the dynamics of the international exchange of goods and services that is expressed in monetary units of account (money).
The economy of a country is affected by decisions,agreement and actions taken by the government and individuals pf the country
The elements of an economy include
- Globalization (information, transportation, immigration etc)
- Policy and innovation
The health of an economy depends on the right balance between
These two invariably depend on the elements mentioned earlier
Characteristics of a developed economy
- High per capita income.
- High standard of living.
- Narrow income inequalities.
- Low growth rate of population.
- Low level of unemployment.
- Extensive Infrastructural capabilities
GDP, Per Capita GDP
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the monetary value of all finished goods and services made within a country during a specific period.
Per Capita GDP is the evaluation of the economic output of a country per person. It is calculated by dividing the GDP of the country ny its population.
A developed economy is a consequence of a developed country with a relatively high level of economic growth and security. Income per capita or per capita gross domestic product, is the standardized measure for the level of industrialization, standard of living, the amount of technological infrastructure and by extension the level of development of an economy
Developed economies vs under developed economies
The economy of today is laden with a lot of dependencies. Less developed economies look to developed institutions or organizations funded be individuals, businesses and governments for funding to develop basic infrastructure that help develop their economy and create enabling environment to attract more funding.
Trade free zones
Free trade zone, also called foreign–trade zone is an area within which goods may be landed, handled, manufactured or reconfigured, and reexported without the intervention of the customs authorities.
The existence of a global economy depends heavily on the possibility for countries to be able to trade easily with each other. This is the logic behind Free trade zones.
The increasing bureaucracy in government and international dealings has caused a lot of bottle neck in ensure
African continental free trade area(AfCFTA)
The AfCFTA aims to establish a single market for goods and services across 54 countries,
This single market will allow the free movement of business travelers and investments, and create a continental customs union to streamline trade and invariably attract long-term investment
The AfCFTA will be the world’s largest free trade area by number of countries when it is fully up and running.
International funding – WBG
The World bank group is an institution that has been pivotal in providing the required funding to broaden and strengthen the economies of member nations.
The World Bank formerly known as the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) is an investment bank, serving as a bridge between investors and recipients, borrowing from the one and lending to the other.
It is owned by the governments of its 180 member nations with equity shares in the Bank.
The World bank does not borrow wealthy countries nor private individuals
The bank only lends to creditworthy governments of developing nations.
The poorer the country, the more favorable the conditions under which it can borrow from the Bank.
Developing countries whose per capita gross national product (GNP) exceeds $1,305 may borrow from the World bank to grow their economies
Governments do not create economies!
They influence the manner in which trade is done between individuals in the country and between other countries.
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