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Outline the role of government in creating the business climate internationally, nationally and locally.

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P4 Outline the role of government in creating the business climate. The European Government The European Government establishes policies and laws that affect all member states of the European Union EU. She is interested in social and environmental issues, as well as in other fields such as agriculture, immigration, justice and security · The EU protects the internal market by allowing companies within the EU trade across borders without any controls or restrictions. · The EU seeks to ensure that all businesses fair competition between them and promotes legislation on competition to keep prices low for consumers in the EU · The EU companies also benefit from the standardization of products which means that most of the products can be sold throughout Europe without adapting changes Laws GCC Group Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf: Gulf Cooperation Council is a political and economic union of the Arab countries bordering the Persian Gulf and located on or near the Arabian Peninsula, namely Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Morocco have been invited to join the Board Among the stated objectives are: § develop similar regulations in various fields such as economy, finance, trade, customs, tourism, legislation and administration; § promote scientific and technical progress in the resources industry, mining, agriculture, water and animals; § the creation of centers of scientific research; § the establishment of joint ventures; § unified military presence (Peninsula Shield Force) ...read more.

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/ London Create synergy between the federal government and local governments is one of the most important and vital development outlined in this strategy. The federal government specializes in all legislation relating to the economy, trade, labor, education and health regulations. The federal government should be listening to all the changes and developments that local governments are responsible for the implementation of most activities that promote development. Social Development The social development sector includes pre-university education, higher education and scientific research, health, population and labor, social protection and development, and the development of culture, youth and the community. Health In the health sector, the strategy focuses on the development of organizational frameworks, legislative and legal based on international best practices to modernize and improve public health services and private. In addition, systems quality control will be implemented in public hospitals, in parallel with the development of units of primary health care. The strategy also includes the training of medical professionals and promoting Emiratisation programs in this key sector. Economic Development The government's strategy has made some public policies to stimulate economic growth, strengthening the competitiveness of the national economy, increase the participation of UAE nationals and modernize the legislative and regulatory framework to match current and projected economic growth. ...read more.

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We need to integrate it into our curriculum, and modify all specifications and standards of tools, equipment and means of transport environmentally become. Rural areas We want rural citizens to be active participants in the development process. We want them with knowledge and technology to be able to keep pace with the rapid changes occurring in the world around them. Strategy for rural areas in particular invest in human resource development, improving living conditions and providing quality basic services. The strategy recommends a ministerial council for the development of rural areas established to plan and oversee projects with local committees to identify local needs. The government and the economy 1. Constant economic growth, so that the economy grows each year 2. Full employment that everyone who wants a job can find one 3. Sustainable low inflation to increase prices and wages a small amount each year 4. A surplus in the balance of payments The government's task is to: · Encourage consumers to spend by setting low tax rates and the payment of benefits to persons below the poverty · Encourage businesses to invest in land resources, machinery and other by promoting business confidence and the business environment · Encourage exports of goods and discourage imports to levels not necessary · Spending money on new projects for the future, such as building roads and schools and other infrastructure ...read more.

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