You are a junior consultant working for an international investment organisation. The firm has some new prospective clients visiting the Head Office in London. Your manager, the Head of International Markets, is very keen to sign the clients but wants to improve their understanding of international trade, finance, and investment matters.
You are tasked with writing a comprehensive report on the following:
Finance is considered as the life blood or the engine of growth for international trade and development.
a. Evaluate how the financial markets work to allocate capital within a domestic economy and internationally for trade, investment, and development purposes.
b. Using an economy of your choice critically evaluate what are the key challenges that country faces due to industrialisation and trade policies?