ive just read two interesting articles that may help fresh graduates to determine where they want to build their future.
first, the article in business week revealing the latest trend in finances world, where money goes from middle east to asia (china, india, south-east asia), instead to west. considering the soaring oil price, weakening U.S. dollar, poor economic forecast in the U.S. and U.K., this trend is worth to consider.
i’ll not tell you more. but, i’ll let you to connect the dots by reading these two articles.
Today, Standard Chartered has a team of 50 scouring the region for deals. And they’re going to get busier, he predicts, as more investors from oil and gas-rich states in the Gulf look to Asia’s giant emerging economies. “This is really the beginning,” says Shankar. “You will see a lot of this happening.” …
further reading: business week
the second article tells us about the gloomy prospect in the U.S. as the fear of recession is increasing day after day.
Not long ago, overtime was a regular feature at the Ludowici Roof Tile factory in eastern Ohio. Not anymore. With orders scarce and crates of unsold tiles piling up across the yard, the company has slowed production and cut working hours, sowing worry and thrift among its workers…
source: the new york times
have a nice reading and enjoy your weekend.