Restructure your business debt and buoy your corporate finances

Business organizations can drown in a sea of high interest debt just as easily as individuals. While debt can mar the growth of a business organization, business debt restructuring can help a business regain control over its finances. Excessive business debt can be incurred due to various reasons like unexpectedly large monthly expenses, sudden expansion of infrastructure and even due to poor financial management. Unfortunately there are many business managers who refrain from seeking help of the professionals, possibly due to the feelings of failure and embarrassment of not being able to keep up with the competition. Unattended business debt can invariably lead to an intense pressure from the debt collectors and might also lead to lawsuits. If you don’t want to go through such circumstances, you should opt for business debt restructuring. Check out the 2 most common ways of restructuring your corporate financial debt.

Opt for a debt consolidation loan: A commercial debt consolidation loan is a single loan that may be used to pay off all the other business debts. Rather than splitting your monthly revenue among multiple creditors, the businesses only require making a single monthly payment towards the debt consolidation loan. In addition to single and convenient monthly payments, the interest rates on the loan will also be lower than what you were paying on the previous loans. However, unfortunately, acquiring a debt consolidation loan for a business is significantly difficult than getting a personal debt consolidation loan. As the amount involved is huge and there’s no guarantee of the future profits of the corporate organization, the business owners often require accompanying their approach with a detailed budget that will show the profits and the growth that the company anticipates in the next few years. If they agree, you can take out the loan and use the proceeds in repaying your creditors and then start repaying the consolidation loan with ease.

Opt for commercial debt counseling: The commercial debt counselor accomplishes for business organizations what the consumer debt counselor does for the individuals who are in debt. The commercial debt counselors will combine financial support with debt settlement so that the counselors can assist you in both educating the business managers but also detecting the economic issues that is barring the business from taking firm financial decisions. The goal of the counselor will be to boost the revenue by locating the problem and by reallocating the funds to various departments of the business efficiently. The counselor will suggest managers about handling their finances in a way that can help them improve their situation. Although this part will be completed within a few weeks, the counselor will then negotiate with your individual creditors so that he can alter the repayment schedule and facilitate the payments for you.

Business organizations solely exist for the purpose of creating revenue for the nation. Therefore, if the revenue is not enough to satiate the costs, the lenders won’t give you enough funds for combining your commercial loans. Just ensure that you manage your finances and repay your business debt restructuring loan on time so as to help yourself become debt free as soon as possible.

Rapid Growth of China’s Economy

As China’s economic importance has grown, so has attention to the structure and health of the economy.

China is the world’s second largest economy by nominal GDP and by purchasing power party after the United States. It is the world’s fastest-growing major economy, with growth rates averaging 10% over the past 30 years.China is also the largest exporter and second largest importer of goods in the world. On a per capita income basis, China ranked 90th by nominal GDP and 91st by GDP (PPP) in 2011, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

“The country’s gross domestic product rose by 7.9% from a year earlier in the fourth quarter”, the National Bureau of Statistics said Friday.That was up from 7.4% growth in the third quarter and slightly above expectations for a 7.8% rise, according to the median forecast in an earlier Wall Street Journal poll of 17 economists.

It was Xi Jinping’s accession to power that has raised hopes on China to restart economic reforms.In  2012,some Analysts estimated that bank loans will fall to their lowest level as a share of total funding in the economy, to around 55%.This is not because capital is drying up in China, total funding for the economy is up over 20% this year and is set to exceed an incredible 30% of GDP for the fourth year in a row.

However, the state-owned banks are the biggest buyers in the bond market. The most important thing to understand about China’s a financial market is that the big five state banks is nearly the only source of capital, simply because they control 70% of all retail deposits.These banks hold over 60% of all outstanding bonds, including government, policy-bank and corporate bonds. Other state-owned entities hold a further 30%.

China’s economic growth accelerated in the fourth quarter of 2012, confirming a rebound for the world’s second-largest economy after more than a two-year slowdown.

World Bank’s Forecast

The World Bank Headquarters

According to the World Bank on Tuesday, there has been a slow economic recovery among developed nations causing a hold back in the global economy. The World Bank has not been so optimistic about the global economic outlook, downgrading its growth forecasts. The forecast was not entirely reassuring the people.

A part of World Bank’s forecast, the global gross domestic product (GDP) will increase to 2.4 percent this year, from 2.3 last 2012. The forecast in June projected a global growth would reach 3.0 percent this year. The Bank also that said most developing countries were operating at or near a full capacity with additional efforts to boost the output risk hitting inflation speed bumps.

The lead author of the bank’s Global Economic Prospects report, Andrew Burns said that “a recovery the bank had anticipated last year was now expected “closer to the end of the first quarter and into the second quarter of 2013, rather than beginning a little earlier. “Burns has urged the developing countries to “maintain a steady hand on monetary policy” and not to react too forcefully to changes in developed countries. He said the developing nations “should focus on structural policies and investments to support sustained growth.”

The developing countries were chalking up growth rates of around 7.5 percent, with China growing at an annual rate of 10 percent before the global financial crisis hit in 2007. The World Bank forecast that the Chinese growth would already reach 8.4 percent this year.

Growth is expected to barely move at 2.4% in 2013, and gradually strengthen to 3.1% in 2014 and 3.31% in 2015.