Posts Tagged economy

Small, Medium Business statistics in UK Economy

Recently, the Department for Business Innovation and Skills 2008 released Statistics for the UK and Regions of Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME). SMEs Role in UK Economy There were 4 million small businesses in the UK in 2003, which is now up to 4.8 million in 2008. Around 3 million businesses are only owners. Around […]

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Significant Number of Americans Think Small Busineses Can Change Economy

Small businesses are believed to play a lead role in changing the U.S. Economy. A significant percentage Americans (nearly 2/3) believe that it will not be federal government, but small businesses that will turn around the economic crisis happened due to recession. According to a Wakefield research survey, which was conducted on 1024 representative Americans […]

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$3.8 Trillion Budget Passed By President Obama

President Obama announced $3.8 trillion budget for 2011 and his 10 years budget plan. This budget includes $6.1 trillion deficit for the next year. This budget cuts many domestic programs and spending like: NASA return trips to moon. This new budget will make balance between two competing goals: Continued government spending to boost the weak […]

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Spanish Government Struggles With Crisis Message

The Spanish government becomes upset at the extreme thought, and revealed its debt burden and says it is not very heavy. It is a country which only a few years ago had blooming growth but is now put up with other deficit-loaded countries like Greek-style crisis. The downfall of real estate and consumer-fueled crash has […]

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