The announcement of the anticipated economic recovery and business growth has raised expectations. This will evidently address business related issues and challenges in the world market. But it is important to understand that some of the envisaged advantages, especially pricing and the cost of doing business may not happen overnight. America is the only country which is expected to declare the path of recovery; this of course will have the greatest impact on Barrack Obama’s administration. Very soon, the whole world should experience revival; ultimately and hopefully, pricing will be driven by competition.
You would have to make a holistic assessment of the effects of global recession and the current status of the world business so as to come up with a conclusive account of the expected business trends in a few weeks. This goes beyond a mere declaration of an end to the global economic crisis. Have in mind that a simple assertion of recovery does not end the recession.
First, in order to bring down costs, we have to focus on the current charge of doing business. The business operating costs is a puzzle that can only be solved by putting in to consideration many other factors. We must look into the cost of oil and oil products, government taxation rates and other relevant factors that result in increased prices.
Secondly, it is common knowledge that businesses were experiencing minimal profits and sometimes losses. This is therefore their time to recover all that they had lost. It means that many businessmen/woman may not be in a hurry to reduce prices since they are still trying to make up for what they lost previously.