China and US Trade – Currency Challenges, Slow Downs, And Enormous Trade Flow Imbalances
We have a real troubling situation with China. You see, they have 1.3 billion people, and they would like to employ over half of them. Meanwhile, they have enough capacity and capability if they continue to grow at 10% year-over-year to supply five planets the size of Earth with similar populations with all the products they could ever need. Their production is so overwhelming, and their ability to produce so extraordinary that they are crowding out all the other industrialized nations for manufacturing.How Can An American Entrepreneur Be Against Free-Market Capitalism?
Not long ago I was talking to a socialist gentleman who defined themselves as an “intellectual socialist” and he reasoned that the best thing to do to have social equality in the United States because it prevented so many problems. Interestingly enough, he was also an entrepreneur and had run a business, enjoyed the free-market, and made quite a bit of money. One could ask; how can an American entrepreneur be against free-market capitalism? Well, he wasn’t necessarily against it, but he felt that socialism was the best way to run a nation.When The US Stops Its Deficit Spending – Asian Economic Growth Will Be An Export Disaster
Many people are watching a slight uptick in our manufacturing here the United States, and although we really haven’t seen a net gain in jobs, at least it’s not as bad as we thought it would be. No, we aren’t out of the woods yet, and things still look pretty bleak especially considering the deficit spending of over $1.3 trillion a year the federal government level – all of the economic stimulus has done some good, but mostly we’ve inflated our Asian neighbors, and helped their economies immensely after the 2008 economic crash.What Does a Farm Bill Have To Do With Food Stamps?
Indeed, I am quite fearful of socialism because I know what it does to great economies, and how it destroys the confidence in free-market capitalism. I am equally disturbed by the socialists, whether academic or political, who hijacked the flows of capitalism to funnel money to their crony capitalist friends. Further, generally speaking I am against subsidies in most all industries. I believe free-market capitalism can solve the problems a lot faster than trying to do economic engineering or forced capitalism on an intellectual basis.Suffering From Financial Repression
Feeling repressed? Take two aspirin and call your central banker in the morning.We’re Spectators To Europe’s Show
The Olympics are not the only events in Europe that have Americans riveted. We’re unaccustomed, however, to watching from the sidelines.The Peril and Promise of Population Growth in Emerging Markets
According to estimates from the United Nations (UN), the world will have more than nine billion people by the year 2050, up from seven billion in 2011 and up from six billion in 1999. In the eyes of many analysts and concerned citizens, such rapid population growth will lead to a host of problems, from resource wars to urban overcrowding to environmental degradation.What Economic Recovery?
Is the recession over or is this just the beginning of the most dramatic economic events in our lifetimes? Read on to find out what’s in the future for you, your family, and your country.Social Change – The Burden of Responsibility
With our civilisation heading for environmental disaster, the article attempts to answer the question of how we might be able to change our course and seek a way of life that is both desirable and sustainable. It also examines who should take the lead role in social transformation.India’s Jewellery Exports On The Rise – Even Men’s Engagement Rings Are Being Sold
A brief look at India’s Jewellery Market for the first half of 2012. Massive increases both at home and exports indicate nothing but growth for the future.Remittances and Migration in Today’s Economic Climate
Remittance is a large industry across the world and is a life line to millions of people. This article looks at some of the impacts that remittance has and ways it can be improved.