Brazil isn’t growing—so why are Brazilians so happy?
IN THE decade after Jim O’Neill of Goldman Sachs coined the acronym “BRICs” in 2001, grouping together four big countries with the potential for sustained…
Consumers feel happy under those conditions: (a) improved incomes, (b) enhanced living conditions, (c) government-sponsored and provided programs and services at free cost and subsidiary, (d) safety and security of workplaces and neighborhoods and others. In a case of Brazil, a slow growth rate is not a bad sign because Brazilian government can control other perspectives - inflation, pollution and problems related to urbanization, industrialization and rising population in terms of high demands of foods, living, healthcare, education, public transportation and services.
Online sales tax and bricks-and-mortar stores are opposite issues and paradox for policy makers to measure long-term benefits for American economy.
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Renewable technologies, including solar panels can become mass commercial products to reduce consumers’ fossil energy consuming scale. The more R&D funds are invested the more efficiency, productivity and effectiveness new technologies can serve consumers worldwide.
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Venture capitalists and original idea-and-start-up company founders may find their common tunes at launching days of business discussions and idea exchanges. In the past, bankers and financial firms only invested on successful companies over stock markets. Now venture capitalists can fund first-stage start-up companies. With sufficient funds, those new start-ups can launch their products and services and secure market positions before really making profits.
The world has changed in different aspects from mobile technology to ways of raising funds.
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Brands and their messages with celebrities and images
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Art coexists in modern societies. Products and services can carry a certain levels of aesthetic elements to satisfy consumers’ sentiments and emotional tastes.