This option is better than the alternatives (joint-venture, passive investment or partnership) because: there is less risk, because businesses already have a client base and a track record. The local company already owns plants, technology, reputation and employees. Income and cash flow are obtained immediately. You have greater control, even when other alternatives that require less capital. All the above mentioned, makes a country you are interested in venture into emerging markets because it is part of a set of actors and opportunities where you can develop your business clear though as any negotiation there is always a risk. Another interesting aspect of the analysis is to know what are the benefits of countries involved in emerging markets, where the obstacles and barriers, which should be made in this regard are mainly consolidated? Dobre do this Professor of international trade at the Faces of the University of Carabobo graduate course through open forums, one of its participating States within its benefits: in Venezuela, workers salaries are much lower than the equivalent in developed countries. Employees have few salary benefits, in terms of insurance, health, pension, etc.
Venezuela has excellent natural resources such as oil, gas, timber and mining. As to the exploitation of natural resources in developed countries to reach their limits. It increases the importance of emerging markets as providers. Although it can be expensive to extract the raw, in Venezuela the environmental laws are less stringent than those of developed countries. Long-term, it is expected that many of these countries will develop, and become important consumers of goods and services produced by multinationals.