- Chandrakanth Natekar
How many days we can run the economy without productivity?
Have you ever contemplated why there is a global economic slowdown? Why the international banking system is witnessing an uncontrollable upheaval? When and from where has the slow down begun? Is it true that the world is heading towards an unavoidable depression? Is there any connection between the forth-coming economic turmoil of the world and the ancient spiritual predictions about 'The Judgment Day’?
Ask yourself! How many days we can run the economy without productivity and why the Bible has authentically declared that 'The love of money is the root of all evil"
What is outsourcing? Why has it come into vogue? Question yourself: is there is any room left to expand the capital market apart from outsourcing? There is a universal need to identify the inner reality of economy and its space-time relativity. If outsourcing is the last survival technique for the international business world, then there is a need to take precaution before the sudden meltdown of the global monetary system.
At present, all over the world it is the demand and supply network of the market condition that has reached to the saturation point, not the financial system. Here lies the major difference between my economic predictions and other economists who also foresaw the global financial meltdown, well in advance.
If it is the internal error of the financial system that has reached to the saturation point then there is no doubt that ending the FED or changing the global reserve currency will help humanity to overcome the crisis. Nevertheless, if it is the demand and supply network of the market condition that has reached to the saturation point then there is a need to take precaution to CHANGE THE MODEL itself, particularly before the sudden meltdown of global financial system.
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