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American And World Trade Revived
by Dr Derrick Morris

It seems that we can still have some more golden days economically. I believe that we have to be creative; perhaps looking at past economies but there can be more good times. My Masters thesis can be applied here-"VALUE ADDED TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL"

Basically, it seems that American and foreign manufacture are stagnating. There is want and need but hardly demand overseas in Third Worldia. I mean needs and wants without money to purchase them. My thesis basically proclaim the three tiered system.

We can use cash, cash and barter or barter to move out of this doldrums. We can set up a UN or some other international organization to coordinate this strategy. First World Economies can use cash, Second World Economies can use some cash and barter and Third World Economies can use barter. With computers we can have multilevel trade via barter without many problems.

Perhaps, the World Bank can establish a couple trillion dollars account to smooth out the small wrinkles this system may hold. With a fair and objective implementation this could turn things around.

For example, many third world countries could have their vast wasteland turn into agriculture businesses. Big corporations could invest in animal husbandry, fishery, and assist them in mining their natural resources without resorting to colonialism. This will provide opportunities for them to earn funds and foreign currency.

They want cars, computers, building materials among the many. They can have those and we can have the trade and both would be happier.

Let us consider other mechanisms to forge trade in these difficult times.

Published: Oct 6,2008 12:45
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