Political necessities To absorb investment

Governments constantly attempt to build work opportunities. Usually, to have a 2-3% economic growth, you must create near 150,000 new jobs per month. With huge frustrations lately, it is in fact easier said than done. Developing countries all around the planet are involved with some super problems including corruption, inefficiency, disorganization, and discrimination. Yet, economists always have suggestions to improve economic elements. Here are some of them.

Social and Political stability

To create jobs, nations, especially Third World Countries, need foreign investment and business owners never put their money where it is at risk. Political upheavals scare the capital and make it run away.

To forestall this danger, states need to shape stable political orders that represent all members and groups of societies. Only then, investors might be motivated to bring their fortune and build jobs for the local workforce.

The role of media

Competitive economies require anti-corruption social systems. These corruptions are discovered by media. When it is free and independent, media can put the political elite in the spotlight and introduce corrupted manners and procedures. According to researches, those systems that control the media as a monopoly, are unable to fight against corruption. (China is an exception here.) No wonder that most successful economies enjoy the advantage of the free flow of information.

Encouraging policies

There is always a vast demand for capital. When a country needs investment, it should make it easy for multinational companies to work. Bureaucratic obstacles must be removed from their way, otherwise, the capital changes its direction. Encouraging investors in terms of tax deduction and offering business advantages are also widely recommended.