The global financial crisis has made the world a lot safer for some, but for others, the effects are just beginning.
That’s because as much as we might want to believe in the future, there’s a lot of work still to be done before the next wave of tech starts to take hold.
A new report from the Economist Intelligence Unit says that the number of global companies that have closed down has doubled in the past five years, while the number that are expected to start relocating has doubled, and the number operating outside of the U.S. has tripled.
While the U, S., UK, and Australia are all still in the lead, a new report out from the Bank for International Settlements says that China has overtaken the U., and it’s going to be hard for the U to catch up.
The U.K. is a good place to start, with a large number of tech startups that have either gone public or closed down.
The number of companies that closed in the U has also increased, but it’s the number in China that is on the rise.
China’s growth is driven by a combination of the booming middle class and a growing middle class of working-class people who have become wealthier through the tech revolution.
However, as the Economist notes, this boom is also driven by the government, and it isn’t just the people who are getting richer.
China has seen its middle class rise significantly, with middle-class families having seen their incomes rise from 10% to 20% over the past decade.
The Economist points out that while these people are still struggling to find jobs, their children are better educated and have more skills.
This trend is likely to continue.
China is a huge market for tech companies, but as this report notes, it’s likely to become even bigger in the years to come.