(di Alessandro Fichera – MD di Octagona)
L’India, anno dopo anno, diventa sempre più importante nell’economia globale e, grazie all’avvio di una serie di riforme governative volte a rendere il Paese sempre più “business friendly” e aperto agli investitori internazionali, il numero di aziende che ha effettuato il proprio ingresso nel mercato per farvi business è aumentato in maniera considerevole.
As time elapsed and globalization advanced, more and more countries worldwide have started a development that seems limitless. The latter, called “Emerging Economies” have already overwhelmed in terms of GDP many of the most industrialized nations, and are preparing to become the stage of the future. Within this framework investing has become harder; as it is true that market opportunities are crawling, it is also real that risks are numerous and cannot be undervalued. The work here presented has the main aim of illustrating the latter, hopefully serving as a guide for future investors in Egypt, individuated as one of the next favored emerging market by the Goldman Sachs Asset Management president Jim O’Neill but that the analysis confirmed as currently not being the best place where to make business.