Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Planning for Expansion: Assessing Financial Development in target markets. It needs to be at least 2500 words.
Each country will be analyzed within a period of the last five years including the present year, 2014. All the data and information of each of the eight countries will be compared to that of the UK.
With the High Income Country Definition, Australia is the best country from the organization of OECD (Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development) to be considered because its GNP per capita was above 9.266 USD and one of the top countries by the year 2000. The non OECD country to be analyzed is Croatia because it is the best growing economy. Countries from Latin America, South Asia, Sub Sahara Africa, Middle East and North Africa, East Asia and Pacific and Europe and Central Asia to be analyzed are Argentina, Afghanistan, Kenya, Morocco, Indonesia and Turkey respectively. In order to assess the financial development of the eight targeted countries, there should be a comparative baking that will estimate the financial intermediation that will estimate the growth of each of the countries. This will also allow the assessment to determine the functions of the finance sector in promoting the growth of the countries. The banking performances of the eight countries will be well analyzed by use of indicators that will provide the required data on the countries. Banking is also important in analyzing the financial development of the countries because it leads to the growth of the eight countries. Gurley and Shaw tried to explain on the importance of financial intermediation since banks are able to finance entrepreneurs by using the financial institutions. Due to this, the development of the countries leads to growth through financial support from the financial institutions like banks to the entrepreneurs. One of the major evidence is that a large number of industrial countries are the ones with the largest economy. The financial development is determined by the capital realized from the capital