New Yorkers Reflect on 9/11 20 Years Later

Reforms and the Resurgence of the Indian Economy

Today, India is Asia’s third and world’s seventh largest economy with $2.3 trillion GDP. The economy is pitching towards a phenomenal growth in 2015-2016. According to OECD, India witnessed strongest growth in the first quarter of the current fiscal year. On the other hand, the World Bank foresees India as the fastest growing economy of 2015-2016 at a projected rate of 7.5 per cent. The present government too is quite sanguine about the end results and expects 8.1 to 8.5 per cent economic growth by the end of the fourth quarter. A tab on growing fiscal deficit and slippery inflation, focused investment in the infrastructure sector, increase in FDI cap and the historic ‘Make In India’ campaign to entice foreign investors are some of the leading forces that have fueled the Indian economy wagon.

There Is No Curtain Call For This Greek Tragedy

What has befallen the Greek nation is still a real authentic Greek tragedy. It was the Greeks after all that first ushered in the genre of tragedy. The dramas of Aeschylus around 500 B…

Generating Funding for an Asset Management Plan Through Infrastructure System Operation

The most valuable asset America has is what it already owns – its infrastructure. Sadly, the reality is that US infrastructure is failing. So it’s not the big corporations owned by people like Bill Gates or Zuckerberg that are the wealthiest but the public who collectively owns the country’s infrastructure assets.

What Gladstone Needs To Do If It Wants To Thrive Not Fade

The City of Gladstone has created quite a reputation for itself with uneven standards based on insider friendships rather than objective rules. Now Gladstone finds itself surrounded by a bigger city, it’s population fading and declining in economic status, and with not much of anything to attract people into the area. Many businesses that could have left because of this.

How The Rise In The Cost Of Living Affects Us

This is a PAR article, aimed at ages between 15 and 60. This article is not technical in nature, rather it simple terminology to reach as many people as it can.

National Economic Reform’s: The Balance Of Trade

To restore balance, stability, and growth in our economy it is essential that the United States must reform our trade policies and agreements. For the past 40 years the American worker has been the target of trade agreements that have decimated not only the American workforce but has created the largest income disparity gap in our nations history. One that has only favored the 1%.

The Need to Minimise Trade

Advertisements shown on international television channels call for increasing levels of trade as the means by which poverty will be eliminated and prosperity spread throughout the globe. The call comes from a major multinational corporation that will obviously benefit from this trend, as will all other enterprises of this kind, but humanity at large would be better served by a system of production and distribution that minimises trade and conserves more of the earth’s precious non-renewable resources. Expanding world trade is designed to boost the profits of big business but minimising trade can more truly serve to improve the lot of the masses.

The Key To Ending Generational Poverty

With community support, encouragement and patronage of Independent Business Ownership, it could be just what the Dr ordered to loosen the grip of Single Parenting Poverty. Giving a struggling mother the ability to financially move forward, not only helps her but helps her children see their world in a much more positive light.

Fixing This “Thing” We Call Poverty

Sleeping outside for one night to raise awareness doesn’t stop homelessness nor does giving out sandwiches or a bag of food end hunger. Not having an income creates poverty. Having one stops it.

A Presidential Matter: Public And Infrastructure Investment

The need to invest in the people of the US and upgrade our infrastructure is more urgent than ever. Using National Economic Reform’s Ten Articles of Confederation as the means to achieve this nations economic growth, stability and security is the best way possible.

The Future Of Banknotes And Preventing A Cashless Economy

Could we be just one or two years away from solving all security-related complications of cash systems today? German-Austrian based company EDAQS, says that may very well be the case and has spent the last few years perfecting an artificial intelligence system that may soon prevent cash crimes and save the future of cash.

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