- Cliff Nzombato
- Calgary Ab
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About the state of world economy and the current finnacial crisis facing Western Nations, Its time to do business differently.
I don’t not think that ideas or innovations are lacking in the business world nor do I believe that homelessness /hunger can’t be eradicated but at least it can be reduced to a manageable proportion globally. I think what is happening today with the world economy is that dependency on the West is shrinking and shrinking fast. Africans, South Americans and Asians don’t depend on West as the have within the past 30 years or so; Developing Nations or The Global South are more and more doing businesses amongst themselves and they have become consumer societies. instead of exporting Nations. The notion of dependency theory is fading or obsolete, all together. Therefore, Western Nations need to critically rethink capitalism and eco-social development in a world of remerging egalitarian markets. Not business as usual? But open borders, open market/fair trade, not free Trade/ market, because no market is free rather we put value as we see fit to commodity and Services. I would love for UN to make Markets and Health Care a universal Human Right issue. As I travel around the world I see the impact of trade in health care. I am also seeing a huge shift in human identity that is related to how we buy and sale what we need, want and value. This identity is transcendent to all human persons irrespective of geographical circumstances. We need to move around, share/ globally, recycle more resources and keeping local input on an global scale.