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As the world continues to recover — slowly — from the effects of the 2008-2009 global financial crisis, it is essential for the world’s two largest economies, the United States and China, to foster positive economic growth by supporting startups. At Gallup, we believe new business startups can be as or even more important than large companies to economic growth — startups are a significant provider of new jobs in every major economy.
The U.S. and China, however, both have specific strengths and weaknesses when it comes to the entrepreneurial mindset of their citizens.
A large disparity between the U.S. and China is whether people think their government makes it easy or hard to start a business. In the U.S., 32% say that the government makes it easy to start a business, compared with 82% in China. But about the same percentage of people in each country — 55% in the U.S. and 52% in China — think that the city or area in which they live is a good place to start a business.
Respondents from both countries are also equally likely to say that people in their country can get ahead by working hard — 80% in the U.S. and 86% in China. However, there is evidence of differing views toward entrepreneurship.
For one, Americans are more likely than respondents in China to say they would rather take a risk and build their own business than work for someone else — 60% vs. 35%. And, if they don’t already own a business, Americans are more likely than the Chinese to say they have thought about starting their own business — 68% to 44%.
One reason the Chinese may be less likely than Americans to say they want to start their own business is because they lack the trusted advisers and training they need. The Chinese are less likely than Americans to say there is someone outside their family who they trust enough to make partner in starting a business — 45% vs. 68%. And, residents of China are much less likely than Americans to say they know someone who would be able to give them good advice about managing a business — 33% vs. 74%. The Chinese are also less likely than Americans to say they have access to training on how to start a business — 18% vs. 59%.
Even though Americans are much more likely than the Chinese to say they have thought about owning their own business, adults in both countries who do not currently own a business are equally as likely to say they plan to start one in the next 12 months — 8% in the U.S. and 9% in China.
As the world’s top two economies continue to look for ways to spur growth, there are specific strategies that leaders in both countries can follow to increase the number of startups and improve their likelihood for success.
Leaders in China: As China begins to battle declining GDP growth and, like many other significant economies, focuses on small and medium-sized enterprises to spur job creation and growth, it is essential to create an environment with programs that support entrepreneurs. Chinese leaders should promote initiatives that leverage Chinese residents’ generally positive views toward entrepreneurship. Leaders should also establish programs that encourage successful entrepreneurs in local areas to provide advice to and mentor budding entrepreneurs. Another major factor is training — Chinese leaders could provide widely available training in key skills required for running both a startup and an established business.
Leaders in America: My advice is simple — take steps that will lead potential entrepreneurs to view the government as being helpful, rather than a hindrance to creating new business enterprises.
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US #DJIA Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 11.75 points or 0.1% on Friday to close at 14,712.55 and for the week the index rose 1.1%.
US #Nasdaq Composite Index (COMP) fell 10.72 points or 0.3% on Friday to close at 3,279.26 gaining 2.3% For the week
US benchmark Standard & Poor’s #S&P500 Index fell 2.92 points or 0.2% to close at 1,582.24 and for the week the index rose 1.7%
All #US #StockMarket #Indices ended the week with gains
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US money trend
There’s been a lot of press recently about investors suddenly waking up after four years of strong market gains and deciding to take their money out of “safe” fixed income investments and put it into stocks.
What’s implied in many of these articles is that this flow is what’s putting the recent zip into the S&P 500. What’s also implied, and sometimes stated, is that this is the “dumb money” whose arrival on stage is a signal that we’re entering the closing act of the current bull market.
Both implications might have some truth to them. But neither is anything like the full story. Most people are a lot smarter than that. Money flows are a lot more complex.
This is what I see:
1. Any money going into stock market mutual funds or ETFs is not coming out of bonds. Bond funds have had large inflows every month…
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