65 World Economy Quotes On Success In Life

These world economy quotes will inspire you. The world economy or the global economy is the economy of all humans of the world, referring to the global economic system which includes all economic activities which are conducted both within and between nations, including production, consumption, economic management, work in general, exchange of financial values and trade of goods and services.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging world economy quotes, world economy quotes sayings, and world economy quotes proverbs.

Best World Economy Quotes

  1. “A successful economic development strategy must focus on improving the skills of the area’s workforce, reducing the cost of doing business and making available the resources business needs to compete and thrive in today’s global economy.” ~ Rod Blagojevich
  2. “In this global economy, no jobs are safe. High-speed Internet connections and low-cost, skilled labor overseas are an explosive combination.” ~ Bob Taft
  3. “We are moving toward a global economy. One way of approaching that is to pull the covers over your head. Another is to say: It may be more complicated – but that’s the world I am going to live in, I might as well be good at it.” ~ Philip M. Condit
  4. “To compete in a global economy, our students must continue their education beyond high school. To make this expectation a reality, we must give students the tools they need to succeed, including the opportunity to take a college entrance exam.” ~ Jennifer Granholm
  5. “Our global economy is out of control and performing contrary to basic principles of market economics.” ~ David Korten

  6. “Our view is that economic isolationism is the wrong way to go. Vibrant, successful growing economies that advance the interests of their citizens engage the global economy. And, we’re committed to engaging the global economy.” ~ John W. Snow
  7. “It says something about this new global economy that USA Today now reports every morning on the day’s events in Asian markets.” ~ Lawrence Summers
  8. “Our system of private health insurance that fails to provide coverage to so many of our citizens also contributes to the double-digit health care inflation that is making America less competitive in the global economy.” ~ John Conyers
  9. “Well, I think the global economy is in the position for continuing good growth with inflation well in check.” ~ John W. Snow
  10. “I feel more confident than ever that the power to save the planet rests with the individual consumer.” ~ Denis Hayes

  11. “The whole of the global economy is based on supplying the cravings of two per cent of the world’s population.” ~ Bill Bryson
  12. “Leaders of institutions everywhere have lost trust. The global economy is stalled and the world is deeply divided, too unequal, unstable and unsustainable.” ~ Don Tapscott
  13. “My guiding principle is that prosperity can be shared. We can create wealth together. The global economy is not a zero-sum game.” ~ Julia Gillard
  14. “There’s enough on this planet for everyone’s needs but not for everyone’s greed.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi
  15. “A successful economic development strategy must focus on improving the skills of the area’s workforce.” ~ Rod Blagojevich

  16. “In today’s global economy, however, it is important to raise the bar of excellence even higher. Today’s students must be prepared to compete effectively on an international level.” ~ Kenny Marchant
  17. “Henry Ford was right. A prosperous economy requires that workers be able to buy the products that they produce. This is as true in a global economy as a national one.” ~ John J. Sweeney
  18. “We have to remember we’re in a global economy. The purpose of fiscal stimulus is not simply to sustain activity in our national economies, but to help the global economy as well, and that’s why it’s so critical that measures in those packages avoid anything that smacks of protectionism.” ~ Stephen Harper
  19. “So long as all the increased wealth which modern progress brings goes but to build up great fortunes, to increase luxury and make sharper the contrast between the House of Have and the House of Want, progress is not real and cannot be permanent.” ~ Henry George
  20. “In this new world economy, national boundaries are increasingly becoming obsolete.” ~ Ronald Reagan

  21. “The world economy, the world environment, the world AIDS crisis, the world arms race: they affect us all.” ~ William J. Clinton
  22. “Knowledge has become the key resource of the world economy.” ~ Peter Drucker
  23. “We need a transformation of the world economy and of how we use and share the Earth’s resources. We are running out of time. We are truly at the point of no return.” ~ Graciela Chichilnisky
  24. “Nuclear terrorism is still often treated as science fiction. I wish it were. But unfortunately we live in a world of excess hazardous materials and abundant technological know-how, in which some terrorists clearly state their intention to inflict catastrophic casualties. Were such an attack to occur, it would not only cause widespread death and destruction, but would stagger the world economy… [creating] a second death toll throughout the developing world.” ~ Kofi Annan
  25. “As economic life relies more and more on the Internet, the potential for small bands of hackers to launch devastating attacks on the world economy is growing.” ~ Evgeny Morozov

  26. “Maybe they’d use biological or chemical weapons instead. Maybe they’d crash the world economy. Maybe they’d turn every program on television into one of those reality shows.” “That’s mostly done already, Harry.” “Oh. Well. I’ve got to believe that the world is worth saving anyway.” ~ Jim Butcher
  27. “The American president [George W. Bush] closes his eyes to the economic and human damages that are inflicted on his country and the world economy by natural disasters, like Katrina, through neglected climate protection.” ~ Jurgen Trittin
  28. “I believe in an America that is on the march – an America respected by all nations, friends and foes alike – an America that is moving, doing, working, trying – a strong America in a world
    of peace. That peace must be based on world law and world order, on the mutual respect of all nations for the rights and powers of others and on a world economy in which no nation lacks the ability to provide a decent standard of living for all of its people.” ~ John F. Kennedy
  29. “Events and developments that we have observed in 2014, prove that this year will be very difficult for the world economy, but thoughtful economic policy, diversification and unity between the country’s leadership and people guarantee that this year will be successful for us.” ~ Ilham Aliyev
  30. “Oil prices have certainly become a threat for the world economy.” ~ Rodrigo Rato

  31. “America and Japan are the two leading world economies in terms of technology and innovative products. And in software, information-age technology and biotechnology the U.S. has an amazing lead.” ~ Bill Gates
  32. “Many people in the world believe that in the 21st century, the Asia-Pacific – Asia in particular – will play a more important role in global economy and politics and that Asia will become an important engine for the world economy.” ~ Li Keqiang
  33. “Feudalism is an economic system where a few people own all the land and the others have no option but to be serfs on such a feudal estate. We now condemn feudalism. We condemn not merely the feudal lords but we condemn the whole structure of rules that sustained feudalism. I am asking people to think similarly about the world economy.” ~ Thomas Pogge
  34. “Politically, the world economy really depends on consultants. Because it’s also, in a way, an outsourcing of responsibility. They can say, “Yeah, they told us to do that,” and the consultant says, “Yeah, but I’m just a consultant,” and nobody’s responsible anymore.” ~ Maren Ade
  35. “The more you find out about the world economy, the less you may truly know.” ~ William C. Brown

  36. “Geographically, the global economy is now multi-polar , as new centres of production have emerged in parts of what had been, historically, the periphery of the world economy. The world is now more accurately described as a ‘mosaic of unevenness in a continual state of flux’.” ~ Peter Dicken
  37. “Although population and consumption are societal issues, technology is the business of business. If economic activity must increase tenfold over what it is today to support a population nearly double its current size, then technology will have to reduce its impact twenty-fold merely to keep the planet at its current levels of environmental impact. For example, to stabilize the climate we may have to reduce real carbon emissions by as much as 80 percent, while simultaneously growing the world economy by an order of magnitude.” ~ Stuart L. Hart
  38. “Today, you have 20 percent of the world controlling 80 percent of the Gross Domestic Product; you’ve got a $30 trillion (US) world economy, and $24 trillion of it is in the developed countries… These inequities can’t exist. So if you are talking about systemic breakdown, I think you have to look in terms of social breakdown.” ~ James Wolfensohn
  39. “Structuralism argues that a liberal capitalist world economy tends to preserve or actually increase inequalities between developed and less developed economies.” ~ Robert Gilpin
  40. “The world economy diffuses rather than concentrates wealth.” ~ Robert Gilpin

  41. “Production for sale in a market in which the object is to realize the maximum profit is the essential feature of a capitalist world-economy. In such a system production is constantly expanded as long as further production is profitable, and men constantly innovate new ways of producing things that will expand the profit margin.” ~ Immanuel Wallerstein
  42. “Drawing a comparison to football, it could be said that the Spanish economy has, during this legislature, into the Champions League of the world economy, however bad that may seem to some.” ~ Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero
  43. “Right after 9/11 it looked as if the idea of a huge skyscraper might be considered obsolete. It came back, but I think that’s more closely connected to the rise of Asian and Middle Eastern cities in the world economy (Dubai, Shanghai, Taipei, etc.) than anything else.” ~ Paul Goldberger
  44. “Our global institutional arrangements – the basic ground rules that govern our world economy – are human-made. They don’t exist naturally, nor are they God-given. We make these rules, those of the WTO [World Trade Organization] Treaty for instance, which fill tens of thousands of pages. These words have been strung together by human beings and are also interpreted and enforced by human beings.” ~ Thomas Pogge
  45. “Today China is a first world economy, in terms of development. The U.S. may still be in first in GDP but it is a broken economy in reality.” ~ Alejandro Castro Espin

  46. “Give a small number of people the power to enrich themselves beyond everyone’s wildest dreams, a philosophical rationale to explain all the damage they’re causing, and they will not stop until they’ve run the world economy off a cliff.” ~ Philipp Meyer
  47. “If the world economy is divided into isolated economic blocs of this kind, it will be rather difficult to achieve the same interpretation and application of international rules of economic activity and world trade.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  48. “This is not only a matter of relations between Russia and the United States. In my view, any restrictions in the economic sphere that are dictated by considerations of political expediency are extremely harmful for the world economy as a whole. This destroys unity and the rules of the game.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  49. “Then there is another area of activity – economic interaction between Russia and the United States. Right now, for example, it has already been made public that we signed a large deal to privatize one of our biggest oil and gas companies, Rosneft. We know for sure that US companies, as well as Japanese ones, by the way, are keenly interested in cooperation in Russia’s oil and gas sector, in joint work. This has immense significance for world energy markets and will directly affect the whole world economy.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  50. “If Trump really can build up American infrastructure, that will help reinflate the world economy, and that would be a good thing.” ~ Richard Glover

  51. “I’m concerned with the world economy, I’m a specialist in forecasting in that area, and I have a lot of influence in that area, naturally. How big it is, or how big it is personally, is not relevant. The fact is, I’m on the case, where other people are not, and more and more people realize, again and again, that I’m on the case!” ~ Lyndon LaRouche
  52. “We are involved in a historic restructuring of the world economy. Virtually every country that matters has been striving to pursue the same economic model, and has bought into a set of market-based principles that has brought new players on the stage and new markets. We have to take full advantage.” ~ Chris Alexander
  53. “Even a China growing at 7% or indeed less is still adding to the world economy an economy equivalent to the UK or more.” ~ George Osborne
  54. “It used to be said that when the U.S. sneezed, the world caught a cold. The opposite is equally true today. Our prosperity is linked inextricably to the maintenance of a strong world economy, an open international trading system, and stable global financial markets.” ~ Lawrence Summers
  55. “China is a BRIC country. BRIC country means Brazil, Russia, India and China. This emerging economy really is helping the revival of the world economy.” ~ Michael Anti

  56. “Turkey is widely envied while there are very serious troubles in the world economy.” ~ Ali Babacan
  57. “The Vision 2030 is aimed at transforming Kenya from a struggling third-world economy into a second world economy – We do believe that it is a realizable objective; we don’t believe that it is utopia. We know that it has been done in some.” ~ Raila Odinga
  58. “Humanity seems bent on creating a world economy primarily based on goods that take no material form. In doing so, we may be eliminating any predictable connection between creators and a fair reward for the utility others may find in their works.” ~ John Perry Barlow
  59. “The bigger the world economy, the more powerful its smallest player.” ~ John Naisbitt
  60. “The world economy is more stable than for a generation … Our hugely sophisticated financial markets match funds with ideas better than ever before.” ~ David Cameron

  61. “Without investments in research and science that will create the next Apple, create the next new innovation that will sell products around the world, we will lose. If we’re not training engineers to make sure that they are equipped here in this country, then companies won’t come here. Those investments are what’s going to help to make sure that we continue to lead this world economy not just next year, but 10 years from now, 50 years from now, a hundred years from now.” ~ Barack Obama
  62. “The world economy is in a nosedive, and understanding what I call “depression economics” – the weird world you get into when even a zero interest rate isn’t low enough, and a messed-up financial system is dragging down the real economy – is essential if we’re going to avoid the worst.” ~ Paul Krugman
  63. “… the place where [adults] pass the most time and submit to the closest control is at work. Thus, without even entering into the question of the world economy’s ultimate dictation within narrow limits of everybody’s productive activity, it’s apparent that the source of the greatest direct duress experienced by the ordinary adult is _not_ the state but rather the business that employs him. Your foreman or supervisor gives you more or-else orders in a week than the police do in a decade.” ~ Bob Black
  64. “It hit me very early on that something was terribly wrong, that I would see silos full of food and supermarkets full of food, and kids starving. … In Fair Trade, we see ourselves as this infinitesimal part of the world economy. But somebody’s got to come up with an alternative model that says children eating is No. 1.” ~ Medea Benjamin
  65. “If China wants to be a constructive, active player in the world economy, it’s got to respect intellectual property rights or it makes it pretty impossible to do business with them.” ~ Dan Glickman

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