Wednesday, November 7

Experts: Greece riskier for investors as Syria

The associated press, staff
London-world markets may believe that the taxes that the purse of the companies of the world breathe any easier are the worst of the financial crisis in Europe after three turbulent years, but those.

An annual overview of finance directors from global business consultancy BDO finds that the crisis over too much government debt in Europe as one of its main concerns remain - so much is considered Greece to invest a riskier place and founded in Syria as a war-torn.

Only Iran and Iraq are riskier than Greece bankruptcy and a possible euro exit than avoid the struggles to convince that it deserves a bailout loans also its international creditors.

"CFOs always carefully from southern Europe, parts of which they see now as risky as the politically unstable countries of the Middle East, always", said Managing Director Martin Van Roekel BDO.

Greece is not the only country in the 17-country group, the top 10 riskiest countries euro in the survey used in investing. Spain, which economy with one, longstanding relationship with Latin America already in the euro zone no. 4 No. 7.

This retention of finance directors, in particular from fast-growing economies such as Brazil and China, invest in the indebted countries of Europe goes to the heart of the financial crisis. A majority of these countries depends on recovery of the private sector strengthened to fill links by government spending cuts in the investment gap.

While countries like fight, Greece and Spain, to convince that they good places to invest, are other international business of prosperierende. Despite the recent signs of a slowdown others considered China the most attractive country for expansion, closely followed by the United States such as Brazil, India, Germany, and 10 of the countries are also in the top UK ripe for expansion.

Overall, the survey by BDO found that CFOs around the world find it difficult for transactions abroad. As well as an uncertain global economy citing increased regulation and increased competition.

Van Roekel also said he is "surprised" that have more financial directors do not have the high debt from countries outside Europe's concerns, especially in Japan and the United States

Although Japan's debt amounting to approximately twice as large as its economy is, the country has managed to avoid, too many investors concerns stirs up, because most of his self-financed own pension funds.

The United States that has the advantage that the dollar, the global reserve currency, problems of its own and the winner of the presidential election who it is, will soon with the "fiscal cliff" beat around - a package of huge tax increases and spending cuts will be automatically introduced if the various parts of the Government a budget agreement is not.

BDO of surveyed 1,000 CFOs of medium-sized companies currently planning foreign investment.

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