Federal government - standard of living - higher education - sophisticated economy
Among its priorities, should be to well distribute the value created by the country to the population. It is the condition (and definition) of development. This means in other words raising the people's standard of living with social actions, to end up with inequalities that are among the hugest in the world. It is important that the wealth shall be redristibuted and not only benefit a small part of the upper-society, while other people are definitely still in third-world conditions of living and on destitution.
Education should definitely also be a priority, be it elementary education to basically end up with analphabetism, or higher education. Mostly because this would help creating a national pool of qualified workers, which is an important value for today's firms. Having talented, very efficient workers is a coporation is an incontestable competitive source of added value, and at the level of the country this is necessary for a sophisticated economy to have qualified work.
[...] Considering the social and economic context of Brasil, its internal caracteristics and its external presence, which should be the priority of the federal governement during the next years ? Brazil's economic context has never been so positive as this past decade. The federal government has work to do in the social and economic fields to develop this growth, and to perpetuate it. Re distribution of the value and education Among its priorities, should be to well distribute the value created by the country to the population. [...]
[...] Among them, there are priorities the Federal government should consider first, that are both in the social and in the economic fields. Certainly, other measures should be done , for example concerning corruption or concerning infrastructures, however this is all going to be supported by big measures that will probably take years, if not decades, to be ready. However, these are essential and will enable the government to ensure sustainable economic growth, so that Brazil deserves his status of member of the BRIC and achieves his goal of being in the coming decades among the most powerful countries of the world. [...]
[...] Having talented, very efficient workers is a coporation is an incontestable competitive source of added value, and at the level of the country this is necessary for a sofisticated economy to have qualified work. To attract foreign investments The federal government should also take advantage of the good context of the country to attract foreign investments, opening its frontiers and removing barriers to entry, like highering interest rates for example. This would not only attract activity to the country but also call for a good imput of foreign knowledge and capacities coming from the Western developped world to Brazil. [...]
[...] Moreover, a good company has also to count upon good infrastructures, which is not case about Brasil : roads, public transportation, railway still need to be improved, for example, in order to deliver quicker the goods. What is attracting foreign investement in Brasil ? We could raise 5 main strategical points to attract foreign investment in Brasil : 1. The market potential: there are more and more consumers, the lowest class is starting to access to a better purchasing power, people are accessing to a European way of life, they are willing to buy the same products as US and EU It's a country with many resources (agriculture of the world's fresh water, iron, or oil in off shore). [...]
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