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#4294: On making Ayiti economically fit: Gill comments
From: markgill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Contrary to what Dr. Gill thinks, I don't think it is a matter of
> political opponents to get along. Although an important criterion, it is
> meaningless if the privates don't take in hand themselves the economic
> development of the country. It is a mistake to think of government as
> the chief operator of economic development.
the local producers dont have a level playing field......witness miami rice,
which was cheaper and still is....the govt is necessary to at least provide
enough protection for agriculture thru protectionism.....this will force
local production to increase...
govt policies have a most profound effect on the private farmers, producers
of other items, etc....
thus, it is necessary for the govt to provide the right atmosphere for
internal development.....for, the small farmer certainly can not do this