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A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEWS
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIMARY RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEW-CONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B.BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
 08. QUOTATIONS
       A. WORDS
       B. PICTURES  
           ANIMALS
           BIOLOGY
           BIRDS
           BOTANICAL
           BUILDINGS
           FLOWERS
           FRUITS
           HISTORICAL
           INSTITUTIONS
           LANDSCAPES
           MONUMENTS 
           NATURE
           PLANTS
           TRANSPORT
           TREES
            SPORTS
            STARS 
      
C. VIEWER'S VIEWS 
 09. SMART-THOUGHTS
      
A. ALEXANDER
       B. ACHIEVEMENT
       C. ECONOMICS
       D. LION
       E. PHILOSOPHY
       F. SCIENCE
       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11. SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
  D. CORPORATE
       E. DESIGNS
       F. HARDARE
       G. JOB SW
       H. OP.SYSTEM
       I. ORGANISATION SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
      L. UTILITY SW
      M
. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
A. ASTRONOMY
       B. CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
            INDIAN
            WESTERN 
       H. SUN
       I. VIEWER'S VIEW
      J. ZODIAC
 13. VIEWR'S VIEWS
       ABOUT DRVSRS     
       DEVELOPMENT   
       COUNTRY
       FACULTY
       FEED BACK
       INNOVATION
       MANAGEMENT
       MOTIVATION
       MUSIC
       NAMES
       PRODUCTIVITY
       PROFESSION
       QUOTATIONS
       SOFTWARE
       STARS
       TOPICS 
       VIEWER'S VIEWS
       WEB CLASSES
 14. KEY-WORDS
        FAQ   A TO Z
       ANIMATIONS
       FLAGS
       HAPPY
       JOKES
       MELODIES
       QUOTATIONS
 15. DR.VSRS
       A. ABOUT 
       B. ACADEMIC
       C. ACHIEVEMENT
       D. ASSIGNMENTS
       E. ASSISTANCE
       F. BOOKS
       G. CDB, BARBADOS
       H. CFTC, LONDON
       I. CONTACT          
      J.  FAMILY TREE
       K.  HOME  
       L. INNOVATIONS
       M. ISO 90001:2000
       N. NOBEL 
       O. PRIME PAPERS
       P. QUALITY AUDITOR
       Q. SITE MAP
       R. SOCIAL WORK
       S. VIEWER'S VIEWS
       T WORLD TRAVEL       
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      SOCIETIES
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      VIEWER'S VIEWS
      WISDOM  
 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEWS
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIMARY RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEW-CONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B.BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
 08. QUOTATIONS
       A. WORDS
       B. PICTURES  
           ANIMALS
           BIOLOGY
           BIRDS
           BOTANICAL
           BUILDINGS
           FLOWERS
           FRUITS
           HISTORICAL
           INSTITUTIONS
           LANDSCAPES
           MONUMENTS 
           NATURE
           PLANTS
           TRANSPORT
           TREES
            SPORTS
            STARS 
      
C. VIEWER'S VIEWS 
 09. SMART-THOUGHTS
      
A. ALEXANDER
       B. ACHIEVEMENT
       C. ECONOMICS
       D. LION
       E. PHILOSOPHY
       F. SCIENCE
       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11. SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
  D. CORPORATE
       E. DESIGNS
       F. HARDARE
       G. JOB SW
       H. OP.SYSTEM
       I. ORGANISATION SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
      L. UTILITY SW
      M
. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
A. ASTRONOMY
       B. CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
            INDIAN
            WESTERN 
       H. SUN
       I. VIEWER'S VIEW
      J. ZODIAC
 13. VIEWR'S VIEWS
       ABOUT DRVSRS     
       DEVELOPMENT   
       COUNTRY
       FACULTY
       FEED BACK
       INNOVATION
       MANAGEMENT
       MOTIVATION
       MUSIC
       NAMES
       PRODUCTIVITY
       PROFESSION
       QUOTATIONS
       SOFTWARE
       STARS
       TOPICS 
       VIEWER'S VIEWS
       WEB CLASSES
 14. KEY-WORDS
        FAQ   A TO Z
       ANIMATIONS
       FLAGS
       HAPPY
       JOKES
       MELODIES
       QUOTATIONS
 15. DR.VSRS
       A. ABOUT 
       B. ACADEMIC
       C. ACHIEVEMENT
       D. ASSIGNMENTS
       E. ASSISTANCE
       F. BOOKS
       G. CDB, BARBADOS
       H. CFTC, LONDON
       I. CONTACT          
      J.  FAMILY TREE
       K.  HOME  
       L. INNOVATIONS
       M. ISO 90001:2000
       N. NOBEL 
       O. PRIME PAPERS
       P. QUALITY AUDITOR
       Q. SITE MAP
       R. SOCIAL WORK
       S. VIEWER'S VIEWS
       T WORLD TRAVEL       
 16.  CLOSE  

SPECIALITY

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      PRECAUTIONS
      SCHOOLS
      SOCIETIES
      UNIVERSITIES    
      VIEWER'S VIEWS
      WISDOM  
 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEWS
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
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"It is less important to have unanimity than it is making the right decision and doing the right thing, even though at the outset it may seem lonesome"
By US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on 29th August 2002. From the Middle East Economic Digest (MEED), 30th August 2002. Page 2

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Here I provide the exhaustive details on how every aspect of Socio-Economic Development, Management Input / Output factors could be quantified, in order to assist your research project - DR.VSRS 
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This is what I say in the Internet as local resources and local man-power has to be used to support the local social and economic development. Government alone cannot do it -
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I analysed this(Housing) loan scheme and found out that it is not actually giving either the uplifting or the comfortable living - Peter Kemoli
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After a careful analysis of your research findings, I have come to a firm conclusion that these concepts are important for the progress of government sub divisions like the States, Districts and Villages - Arun.S. Patel
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The population of Nepal has reached 23.2 million with women outnumbering men by 40,000, preliminary results of the Himalayan kingdom's census showed yesterday.  Officials from the central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) said the number of men in Nepal now stands at 11.58 million. The CBS said one of the reasons for the declining ratio of men to women was that of a growing men were leaving Nepal in a bid to find work. "The exact reason of women outnumbering men is not known, however, we think it could be due to emigration, an official with the CBS said.  "More men emigrate from their homes or villages in search of jobs than women" said CBS Deputy Director Radha Krishna G.C. (AFP, Kathmandu).

Concept Support : Developing and under-developed nation is a source to provide cheap, hard-working, skilled and intellectual labour to the developed nations. It is not the developed nations want and attract them to meet their ends (except in certain highly specialised skills). But the fact is that the under-developed and developing nations motivate their people to go away by not integrating the Social and Economic development goals, Material productivity approaches, and create a low buying power for their currencies. Hence the people emigrate towards a location which provided the basic needs at socially acceptable costs and leaves a surplus amount, which multiplies many times, when remitted into their native nations. through the lever of foreign exchange disparity.  The attraction to move towards developed nations is their adherence to the inferences of the model, and the distraction in the local poor nations to go away is their ignorance / negligence of the inferences of the models.  

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The Gulf Today (UAE),  Pakistan, August 16,  2001 ( Thursday ),
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The public spending spree unveiled by Pakistan on the Independence day is likely to bring much needed relief to the distressed low-income class worst hit by slow down, analysts said.   Public spending was the natural resort to help kick-start the stagnating economy of a country with soaring poverty rates and high unemployment rates among the less fortunate, said a development activist.   The authorities unfolded their new economic strategy that envisages 20 mega development projects costing over Rs 200 billion (Dhs 12.2 m) during the next three years.  The projects are likely generate hundreds of thousands of jobs, a majority of them blue-collar positions for workers with little education or training, who have been the worst victims of the economic hard times.   Officials put the number of jobs likely to be created by the programme at an ambitious one million, and hope the proposed development projects will help improve the country's GDP growth rate. (Interviews, Islamabad)

SAME -- UAE & Region, August 16,  2001    ( Thursday ),
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Pakistan whose economic reforms have won IMF support, has increased its chances of acquiring a medium term Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility (PRGF) after announcing a road-map for democracy, analysts said on Wednesday.  An International Monetary Fund mission is in Pakistan to review the country's economic performance up to June 2001 on the basis of which the Fund will decide on the release of the last tranche of $ 596 million stand by adjustment facility.    Sakib Sherani, Chief economist of the ABN Amro bank, said the scheduled meeting between IMF and Pakistan would set a direction for future talks on PRGF, but it would be very  difficult to strike a deal this year (Karachi, Reuters)

Concept Support : Irrespective of the type of administrative structure in a nation, whether an Army set-up or an elected Parliamentary system, the Socio Economic Development could be accelerated entirely based upon the synchronisation of the Endogenous and Exogenous circular effects.  In  fact, an Army oriented rule patriotically evaluates the Productivity of a nation and all the Input / Output activities unilaterally with reference to the Socio-economic development goals.   While, an elected democratic group biased by the multi-various selfish interests and divergent Socio-economic thoughts, evaluates the progress and Productivity of the nation through divergent scales, and ultimately dilutes and slows down the Socio-economic development results.  By creating jobs to utilise the domestic skills to manpower the domestic/simple techno-commercial jobs, the pre-requisite for the Endogenous circle is satisfactorily met.  But the Exogenous aspect of domestic investment is through a foreign source, to start with, within the conditions and constraints stipulated by the source.  The domestic infrastructure should be strengthened and progressively updated to repay/reduce the foreign debts, as well as to motivate the domestic saving potentials (at individual, corporate and government levels) to self-support the domestic investments.  Otherwise, the achieved effects of the Endogenous aspect (domestic human potential to man the domestic technology) will be offset and lost.   

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In a letter sent to Zayed Centre for Co-ordination and Follow-up ( ZCCF) Palestinian children have demanded immediate intervention of the international community and the upright to stop Israeli carnage against Palestinian people in all Palestinian cities, campus and villages.... They called upon the international and Arabic communities to provide sufficient aid to save their lives in these difficult life conditions.... Ahmed Tuqan : I am seven years old. Since the Intifada started, we started moving from one home to another. Every week we live in a different home.....Ala'Jibrin : I am 12 years old. I live in Ramallah in an old house consisting of one room. It does not include a bath room, so we use with our neighbour's an outside toilet (out-house), which is 30 meters away from our house.... Yanal Zayed : I am 4 years old. I want to swim. I want a home, a house and a window to look through.... Heba Burkan : I am 12 years old. We long for peace and security. We want love and affection. Give us childhood, and freedom....... { Palestinian children cry out for peace, love and human rights. By KS.Sreekumar, From our Abu Dhabi Bureau }

PANORAMA, Friday Weekly Magazine of the Gulf Today, UAE. April 5-11, 2002. Page 24 - 25.

For better or worse, Palestine is not just a Arab and Islamic cause, it is important to many different, contradictory and yet interesting worlds. To work for Palestine is necessarily to be aware of these many dimensions and constantly to educate oneself in them. For that we need a highly educated, vigilant, and sophisticated leadership and democratic support for it. Above all we must as Mandela never tired of saying about his struggle, be aware that Palestine is one of the great moral cause of our time. Therefore, we need to treat it as much. It is not a matter of trade or bartering negotiations or making a career. It is a just cause which should allow Palestinians to capture the high moral ground and keep it.....We can cultivate, mobilise and use our communities and their affiliated communities here as an integral part of our politics of liberation just as the South Africans did, or as Algerians did in France during their struggle for liberation, Planning, discipline, co-ordination. We have not at all understood the politics of non-violence.... As Palestinians we can say that we left a vision and a society that has survived every attempt to kill it. And that is something. It is for the generation of my children and yours, to go on from there, critically, rationally, with hope and forbearance.
{The Great moral cause that is Palestine By Edward Said - Cover story }

Concept support : The Productivity of any activity should be evaluated with reference to the Socio-Economic Development (SED) Units. The primary aspiration of any Palestine in-house, is self-sufficiency in the bare minimum primary requirements such as food, clothing and shelter. The war and revolution may be very productive in terms of the numbers killed per attempt, or the quantum use of ammunition per inch of advancement. But with reference to the SED units, the entire war and the associated attempts for the past many decades, are highly unproductive. At least at the wake this millennium, it should be realised and direction of thoughts should be diverted towards the in-house development of Palestine. Investment support from internal and external sources (Exogenous element) should not any more be used for ammunition / war-attempts, but directed for economic construction and rehabilitation. The moral, mental and physical energy of the domestic manpower (Endogenous element) should not any more be used for peripheral territorial safe-guard, but for domestic techno-commercial development. These thoughts in line with the Concepts will open the channel for a non-violent approach, peaceful solution and ultimate gain for Palestine and the Palestinians towards the expected end-result of all the decades of spent efforts. The developed mediating nation - US - should bring in these thoughts in line with the Mathematically proven concepts.

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The Gulf Today (UAE),  Focus, August 2,  2001 ( Thursday ),
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Whether or not they accept the argument, Russians have changed track. They now seem more concerned to win diplomatic advantages than to indulge in diplomatic confrontation.... As Bush and Putin have enjoyed their summits, there are likely to be more meetings at regular intervals. (MOSCOW, By Bruce Anderson, The Independent)

Concept Support : Local human socio-economic needs over-ride the socio-politico principles and guidelines. Even drastically divergent political policy makers,  merge together for this purpose. Social Rate of Return is taken as more important.

The Gulf Today (UAE),  Business, July 9, 2001 ( Sunday ), Page 21

Russia's economy remains weak and a recent recovery could easily turned to dust if reforms are not implemented to improve the investment climate and encourage free enterprise.  President Vladimir Putin said on yesterday. In his first state of the nation address, since being elected on March 26, Putin told a joint session of Parliament, that Russia's economy remained inefficient, weighed down by foreign debt and rife with corruption....Putin said many Russian enterprises were uncompetitive and world have folded were it not for devaluation, low domestic energy tariffs, non-payment of debts and barter deals....Our strategic lines are as follows - less administration, more entrepreneurial freedom, freedom to produce, to trade, to invest... The debt burden represents a threat to the development of the state ( MOSCOW ).

Concept Support : Local human potential treated as a bonded resource of the state. This principle was broken by the local socio-psycho forces. The need has arisen for a new and suitable Socio-economic development oriented management decision and its implementation.

Electricity International, UK. May 2001. Pages 16 to 18. An Uncertain Future - Report by Judith Perera.

"Reforms of Russia's power industry including monopoly power provider, Unified Energy Systems of Russia (UES) is long overdue. The problems were brought to a head by a serious energy crisis in Eastern Russia earlier this year, when the entire Pacific coastal region was left without electricity for weeks in freezing temperatures. However progress remains slow with reform plans falling victim to competing vested interests and petty politics".

Dmitry Vasiliev, Director of the Institute of Corporate law and Governance and Chair of the association for Protection of Investors' Right says, unless obsolete equipment is replaced it will begin to break down at some point this decade. However, he adds that the state has no money to invest in UES and private investors will only be interested if the power industry as a whole is restructured. A special working group of the Presidium of the State Council, a new body set up by President Vladimir Putin in January, has been discussing various reform plans... However the working group is unlikely to produce an agreed single reform plan, because of the divergent views of its members. They include UES head, Antoly Chubais, and his main opponent and critic, Illarionov, as well as Boris Fedorov who represents UES minority shareholders, and other industry specialists. Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Andrey Sharonov says, in principle, it is upto the government not the president to work out a single draft.... However vested interests prevented any progress being made... However the powerful Ministry of Atomic Energy (Minatom) has plans that clash with those of both UES and the Economic Development Ministry... The draft report on the restructuring by Arthur Andersen which was submitted for consideration to the Economic Development and Trade Ministry in April, said $ 15 billion would be sufficient to maintain power generation facilities until the end of 2010... Ultimately it will be the government and President, which will have to decide and whatever decision is made it will inevitably be a compromise, which will satisfy only some of the interests involved.

Concept Support : Energy is an important input component to the domestic society, and hence plays a vital role in the Socio-Economic Development upgrade of the nation. The Management decision makers should consider the need for restructuring this sector with reference to the output as Socio-Economic development, rather than their personnel views, likes and dislikes. Hence the problem of suffering without power in cold days, is due to incorrect Productivity approach with reference to the Socio-Economic setup. A large nation (USSR) which once survived as a powerful off-set to USA in the past, after division into a number of independent nations (like Russia) has become Powerless and Energyless. Also a de-synchronisation has occurred in the Exogenous components of Domestic savings and Domestic investments, as well as in the Endogenous components of Domestic manpower and Domestic technology.(As USSR these nations were self-dependent and self-supporting, behind an iron curtain, with little exposure to the outer world). After he division, each independent nation looks out for external help, progress remains slow, reform plans falling victim to competing vested interests and petty politics, without any care for optimum management of their internal resources.

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ACN (Arabian Computer News), An ITP Publication, Jabel Ali, Dubai, UAE. News Analysis, December 2000, Page 17

Since the completion of initial Arabisation work on the Linux platform, Saudi's Linux End User Group is actively compaigning for further resources to continue its work. The end user group won funding from Saudi ISP Atheer and Compaq to support an initial localisation project over the summer.  As a result of the first round of funding the end user group was able to develop an Arabic editor, using Red Hat 6.2. The project work was conducted at King Abdulaziz City of Science & Technology (KACST) with staff and students from Saud University's College of Computer & Information Sciences and Riyadh Technical College.  The Linux End User Group has since appeared at Gitex in a bit to raise the profile of its work to attract greater funding from private sector to support further Arabic development.  "We have already won ! million SR from KACST to continue the developmental work, but we are looking to attract more money from the private sector, says Al Ghoneim.   "we are looking to form a consortium made up of public and private companies to help us with development of Arabised Linux"..."we are looking to win some support from the vendors and their local partners"

Concept Support : Developing nations should use   latest technologies moderated to suit local conditions, with local manpower. This is an important Endogenous aspect in Socio-Economic development acceleration. Also local   investment should be through domestic sources. This is an important Exogenous aspect in Socio-Economic development acceleration.

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SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE  Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of   DR.VSRS      (SEE CONCEPTS)

PORT OF SINGAPORE. The Maritime Hub. MPA Singapore. (ISSN 0219-2195), Issue 7, Pages 4 to 8.

In a relatively short space of time, Singapore has become the world's third largest oil refining centre and a major chemical hub by exploiting natural advantages. The region is rich in hydrocarbons and Singapore is located astried one of the world's busiest sea-lanes. Political stability, good administration and first class physical and business infrastructure have made Singapore a good location for capital intensive long-term investments....Besides serving the needs of plants on the island, the hub will also be used by companies without a manufacturing base here to do transshipment, bulk breaking and distribution to and from the region and the world.....It comprises JTC corporation, InfoComm Development Authority of Singapore[IDA], Economic Development Board[EDB] and the Jurong Island companies as members. The committee has drawn up a blueprint for shared IT services on Jurong Island...It has been a team effort involving many different government agencies, companies and individuals. The success of Jurong Island is a joint effort between EDB, JTC Corporation and many government agencies involved in the project.... As the Singapore prime Minister Mr.Goh Chok Tong said recently : "What you have accomplished with Jurong Island will help entrench the chemical cluster as a key component of  Singapore's manufacturing sector. The chemical industry continues to do well. It produced a record S$ 23 billion output in 1999, or about 17 per cent of total manufacturing output. More importantly, its future prospects are bright. Output should grow healthily as new plants come on stream. By 2010, the chemical industry should have doubled its output to S$ 45 billion."... But the key to Jurong Island's long term success is not just infrastructure. It is also entrepreneurship - the very spirit that conceived the project,translated the vision into a reality vis-a-vis the risks involved in such an ambitious venture. {The Jurong Island Story}

Concept Support : During the last decade in 2001, Singapore has exhibited a steep development trend both in domestic output and stability of the Singapore Dollar rate in the international exchange market. This is basically because of domestic infrastructure strengthening by utilising domestic human potential (entrepreneurship). This is an approach towards increased Endogenous circular activities. They also evaluate the domestic industrial and infrastructure development with reference to their Socio-Economic goals with primary emphasis, simultaneously with quantum goals, in their management decisions. These are the primary needs to utilise the domestic resources towards optimising the rate of returns in investments by taking advantage of the busiest sea-lane locational advantage.

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SLOVANIA

SLOVANIA   Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of   DR.VSRS  (SEE CONCEPTS)

SLOVENIAN BUSINESS REPORT. Ljubljana, Slovenia. Summer 2002. Pages 3, Forwarding, Forward - Editorial (Page 3).

Slovenian consumers can count on eating tropical fruit throughout the winter, as can almost every European; the electronics that were used to produce his magazine were manufactured in Asia and North America, and the printing machines that inked these words came from Germany. Since well before the Silk Road linked Asian and European markets in the 2nd Century BC, humans have traded goods and services; it is pre-dated the invention of money. The earliest known writing, Sumerian cuneiform, largely consists of records of products (sheep, cattle, olives) transported, stored and traded. It is therefore possible to say that logistics served as a spur to the creation of written language, and it's certainly true that transportation of goods across time-zones and borders has been the cornerstone of economic activity since well before Christ....

An IMF Report (Page 6).

The April Inernational Monetory Fund report on Slovenia's economy said the country was among the most successful transitional states due to its strict macroeconomic discipline. However the report pointed out that Slovenia's banking privatization was very slow and that the country should reduce the percentage of its GDP spent for public sector salaries and for financing the national pension and health funds. In 2001 Solvenia's public sector salaries jumped by five percent, while the GDP rose only by three percent. At the same time private sector wages were increased by only 2.5 percent

EU Membership May Increase The Deficit (By Vesna Bertoncelj Popit,
Pages 8, 9 and 10)

Slovenia already depends on EU - that's a fact. The EU markets account for about 62 percent of its merchandise export, and imports from EU are even bigger, close to 70 percent.... The long-term prognosis, on the other hand, is just a matter of guess work. But one thing is sure : slovenian membership in the EU will mean its imports will soar and its foreign-trade balance will deteriorate as aresult of the principle of receprocity, which will have to be applied in full... Following its accession to EU, which according to present forecasts should happen in two years, all Slovenian free-trade agreements will have to be cancelled... With Slovenia's entry in the EU, the powers of central bank and government will shrink, which might be good during an economic upturn and less so during a recession. Because it's the most developed country among the EU candidates in per capita GDP, Slovenia is praised on the one hand and threatened on the other with receiving less money from European programs than expected; Slovenia may end up being a net payer into the EU's coffers.

Long-term Benefits

What long-term benefits should EU membership bring, for which Slovenia will have to make a good plan ? Mojmir Mark, an economist specialized in international finance, says : "We all agree that the long-term objective of EU membership is greater prosperity. There's no disparity here; difference arises with respect to how this goal is to be achieved and what 'long term' is. Is it the time immediately after EU entry, which is relatively close ? In 1997 I participated in the preparation of Slovenia's EU integration strategy. One of the things that were laid down very clearly in this strategy was that Slovenia must speed up its structural reforms or else it will have serious problems with the macroeconomic stability. I still think we're slow in certain structural reforms...

Background : Slovenia was originally a part of the Federal Peoples' Republic of Yugoslavia (FLRJ) formed on 29th November 1945, just after the 2nd World War. On 23rd December 1990, at the 'referendum' vote (legislative act referred for final approval to a popular vote by the electorate), 88.5% of the voters were in favour of an independent Slovenia, which coincided with the 10th Anniversary of the Plebiscite (vote by the electorate to determin the public opinion on a question of national importance). On 25th June 1991, Slovenia officially declared its independence. European Union (EU) officially recognised the independence of Slovenia on 15th January 1992. Slovenia became an official member of the United Nations Organisation (UNO) on 22nd may 1992.

Slovenia is the green treasure of Europe, a colourful land with a prederved natural environment, lying in the entre of Europe (surrounded by Austria, Hungery, Croatia and Italy) at the junction of three geographical regions : the Alps, the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Plain. The capital is Ljubljana. Slovenia's geographical position places it directly at the center of two major trade routes. One runs from north to south, connecting Europe with Balcans and the Middle East. The other runs West to East, and connects Central Europe with the countries in further East.

Slovenia is considering the idea of becoming a member of the European Union (EU), formed on 1st November 1993, with a common currency in circulation among member countries. The  member ship as of 2002 is 15 European nations. By 2003 it is expected to get 5 more countries, including Slovania,  in its membership roles.

Concept Support

  1. Countries join together and form an union for benefits and progress. The question is whose benefit and what progress, within the member countries ?

  2. The economic merger of nations are assumed as a foundation for long-term benefits. But nobody can precisely define the span of this long-term. Is it today or unimaginably longer number of years ?

  3. Member countries have to sacrifice certain trade benefits and protections, as a reciprocity, which they enjoy as a non-member. Is it a sacrifice for their own trade upgrade through a different leverage, or a fortune-share to benefit and induct prosperity to the weaker members of the union ?

  1. Joining any economic union and loosing the benefits of trade agreements should be evaluated with reference to their impact on the Endogenous aspects (domestic manpower to man the domestic technology); Exogenous aspects (domestic investment possibility through domestic savings); and Management decision with reference to a Producvity aspect measured in terms of the Socio-Economic Development goals.

  2. Annual Import value greater than the Export value reflects a gap in the Endogenous aspect because of an inadequacy in the development of domestic technology, and orientation of domestic manpower, to progressively reduce the imports and improve the exports. If the membership to the union could assist the following at a socially acceptable cost, then it is worth joining :-

  • Reduce the commodities of import for each member countries through appropriate moderation of the latest technology to suit the domestic conditions, provide the machineries at advantageous prices, and train the domestic labour to maintain an above break-even level of production on a contenous basis (Endogenous strengthening).

  • Assist to improve the domestic saving potential, guide the domestic investment opportunities, to strengthen the domestic economic status, and lower the deficits (Endogenous strengthening).

  • Improve and promote the export of the existing export commodities in each supply member countries to other demand member / non member / world countries.

  • Help to decide the mix of import and export commodities, their quantum and quality with reference to a Productivity measure in terms of the domestic Social and Economic development.

  • Review the needed internal structural reforms among the member countries and assist to speed up their implementation.

Otherwise the membership and the associated receprocity disadvantges are not recommended.

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SOUTH AFRICA

SOUTH AFRICA  Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of   DR.VSRS  (SEE CONCEPTS)

PANORAMA, Friday Weekly Magazine of Gulf  Today (UAE), September 8-14, 2000,  Page 28-29.

{When Nelson Mandela was released from prison and the ANC took over, there was a wave of enthusiasm and eager expectation throughout South Africa.  Six years later the optimistic concept of a rainbow nation is gradually settling into its black and white reality} As South Africa grapples to unites its colours into the one cohesive rainbow nation that Nelson Mandela pushed for in 1994, the African National Congress government is being accused of driving ever deeper divisions between blacks and whites through its obsession with racial difference. As the government's conference on racism closed in Johannesburg, its white critics, including Afrikaner intellectuals calling themselves the Group of 63, said ANC's "race based Africanist ideologies" had gained the upper hand over non-racial spirit that had prevailed at the end of apartheid six years ago.... It is likely that the national conference on race, as the Afrikaner Group of 63  claimed last week, has merely polarised views in a society in which people are so used to having a "system" for relating to each other (apartheid) that they do not look individually within themselves for solutions. (The Rainbow turns dark by Alex Duval Smith)

Concept Support : In the management decision process of a government,  any set-up with heavy sided psychological and social intensive components (Racial, Religious etc...) should plan and evaluate their decisions very cautiously.  The Socio-economic development of the nation as a whole, should be considered as priority, than a group, sector or regional sectarian development.  Neglecting this guideline could result in nation retreating into deeper under development. Also the Productivity of any tangible or intangible input and output should be evaluated with Socio-Economic development goals, and not through Quantum (material)  aspects alone.

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SRI LANKA

SRILANKA  Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of   DR.VSRS     (SEE CONCEPTS)

GULF NEWS (UAE),  Srilanka/Bangladesh,  August 1, 2001 (Wednesday), Page 22

International Airlines hit with unusually high insurance charges for their flights to Srilanka, have raised fares sharply to recoup losses, aviation industry sources said yesterday. The high insurance premiums were being slapped on all aircrafts operating to Srilanka's only international airport where Tamil Tiger rebels launched a daring suicide attack a week ago. The insurance charges were being passed on to passengers by way of a 10 percent increase in standard fares for flights operating between Sri Lanka and Europe and seven per cent for Far Eastern destinations.... The Srilankan Airlines has shifted its operational hubs from Colombo to Singapore and Dubai. The airline also speeding up a voluntary retirement scheme following the rebel attack. (Colombo, AFP)  

Concept Support : In the management decision process, whether in private or government, any set-up with heavy sided psychological and social intensive components (Linguistic, Racial, Religious etc...) should plan and evaluate their decisions very cautiously.  The Socio-economic development of the nation as a whole, should be considered as priority, than a group, sector or regional developments.  Neglecting this guideline could result in un-bearable losses and economic dis-integration, not only to the concerned nation, but also can have a bitter impact to people of all other nations in the world. 

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TAIWAN

TAIWAN  Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of   DR.VSRS        (SEE CONCEPTS)

GULF NEWS (UAE),  Asia,  August 1, 2001 (Wednesday), Page 20

Taiwan rescue workers searched collapsed homes, temples, river banks and mountain sides yesterday, for survivors of a typhoon which could be the deadliest storm in nearly four decades.... "hopes are fading. But it's not entirely impossible to find survivors" said an official with the National Fire Administration's disaster response centre.... The storm, the eighth and worst to hit Taiwan this year, devastated farmland in eastern and central parts of the island. Crops worth T$ 1.98 (US$ 57 million) were destroyed.  Nantou, a mountainous country still reeling from a devastating earthquake in 1999, was also hard hit. {Hualin, Taiwan, (Reuters)}     

Concept Support :  Management decisions in the private or in the Government sector, should consider Universal disturbances  like Earthquake, Floods, Volcanic activities etc.. as a part of the process, and plan / prepare strategies along with other productive activities.  Particularly when a region is prone regularly to such universal activities, they should utilise the modern technical and statistical tools to predict and pre-evaluate the impacts of such occurrences, as well as prepare to take pre-cautions to minimise the losses to a possible level.  An integration of these aspects alone lead a nation towards an optimised Socio-economic Development.  If this is not done, the nation is opened to look for the world resources to re-develop and ultimately become an international debtor. 

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TURKEY

TURKEY  Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of  DR.VSRS     (SEE CONCEPTS)

IBI (International Boat Industry). March 2001. Issue No 306. Pages 48. Yacht Building.

Turkey has been slow to realise its potential as a yacht building nation. Turkish yacht builders have had to struggle to gain international recognition, but today the struggle is paying off. In just a few years the country has emerged as one of the world's fastest-growing big-yacht building locations. Recent investment in the Turkish industry has been substantial and quality from the most successful yards has improved beyond recognition. Turkish yards are now launching a growing number of significant yachts and winning ever more impressive contracts. And the more they build, the more professional they become. Turkish yacht builders are winning contracts because they are fast catching up in quality and delivery with the established yacht building industries of the USA, Holland and Italy. Many now claim to compete head-on with the Italian yards.... At present the labour element involved with a typical 30m (100ft) motor yatch project in Turkey could average around 100,000 hours and be charged out at US$ 10 per hour. That contrasts with the heart of Europe where one would expect to pay from US$ 30-70 per hour depending on yard reputation, and higher at some the very best superyacht builders in Netherlands and Germany... Just to the South-east of Istanbul lies Tuzla, which has the major concentration of the country's big yacht building industry. Pleasure boat and yacht building in this area has grown on the back of a significant local ship building industry to such an extent that, of the 35 or so busy shipyards operating side by side in Tuzla, many are now keen to promote their expertise within yachting sector too. It is now quite common in Tuzla to see a 15m (50ft) yacht being built along side a 150m (500ft) ship.... Ship building in Tuzla area began 20 years ago with a Turkish government initiative to boost its ship building and ship maintenance industries, much of which re-located to Tuzla from the Sea of Marmara and the Black sea ports. When it comes to bigger yachts Tuzla yards major in steel and aluminum construction although, increasingly, composite production is creeping in. But for smaller yachts, say, up to around 30m (100ft), the favoured construction method is more traditional - wood and cold-molding.
{ New Moon Rising - Report by Phil Draper }

Concept Support : This is an example of how a nation can become a leader in a selected industry by synchronising the domestic technological potentials with the domestic manpower capabilities in a period of time (Endogenous circular strengthening and diametric expansion). The local government initiative to boost the infrastructure by proper relocation of the industrial base to attract domestic investment from the domestic resources, provides an added support
(Exogenous circular strengthening and diametric expansion).

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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE)

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ( UAE )   (SEE CONCEPTS)
Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of  DR.VSRS  

GULF NEWS (UAE),  Business,  August 19, 2001 (Sunday), Page 21.

National Bank of  Abu Dhabi (Nbad) has plans to come out with more funds following the success of its first fund, UAE Growth Fund (UGF), which has been set up in October last year in order to invest in local markets.  The sources  also added that a lot  of interest has been shown by international fund managers in the UGF, which has begun displaying on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) monitor and thus became the first fund to do so on the DFM..... "DFM provides investors with several investment options, enabling them to diversify their investments and construct a suitable personal portfolio which could provide them with a reasonable return" the Director General of DFM, Essa Kazim noted.... It is important to mention that the UGF managed by Nbad is an open-ended fund for which DFM would now display net asset value (NAV) on its monitors. The NAV of UGF with an issue price of Dh 10 per unit is around Dh 10.31 as of last Wednesday.(Dubai. By C.L.Jose. UAE Growth Fund draws good response)

Concept Support : This an excellent management of the Exogenous aspects, namely domestic investments through domestic savings.  The oil revenue as well as income from other sources of the UAE, is optimally utilised and  a good return / surplus is obtained at the Government and Corporate levels. The domestic fund generation and its domestic utilisation are appreciated even by international fund managers.

GULF NEWS (UAE),  Emirates,  August 1, 2001 (Wednesday), Page 3

The cost of some drugs at private pharmacies are set to drop by up to 15 percent, today as a new Ministry of Health pricing structure comes into effect. The revised prices involve imported drugs which have become cheaper due to favourable changes in currency exchange rates, especially in European countries such as Germany, Switzerland and UK... However drugs imported from US or Canada, where the currency is strong, are not affected. Arif Shaikh, a 28 year old marketing executive said : "The cost of buying medicines is quite high, whether over the counter or prescription, especially for families. So this decision will help reduce expenses and most welcome".
(Dubai, By Anupa Prathap Mathew)

Concept Support : Psycho-Socio implicated economic decisions should be initiated immediately, and enforced in time. Improved and Accelerated Socio-Economic development orientation provides the leverage of foreign exchange to benefit the local population. Social Rate of Return considered more superior to Quantum Rate of Return.

ALTIJARAH (UAE) Chamber's Activities, August 2001,
Page 19

Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry stressed the fact that the construction and development of any community depends basically on is children's capability to materialize such construction and its targets, since they represent the real pivot in the promoting and developing operations, in all its dimensions and fields, and they are the main security for the continuity for such operation and, subsequently, its success. Promoting local human resources operation needs more efforts through being interested in teaching, training, increasing specialized courses, and benefiting therefrom.  These facts were embodied in a statement made by Thabet Ismail Al Turaifi, Head of Administrative Affairs Department, on the occasion of starting the Chamber's summertime course for the male and female students. (The Chamber Affirms the Significance of Promoting Local Human Resources ).

--Same-- Expo Center, August 2001, Page 20

Lack of national human resources in private sector, the banking and financial sectors in particular, will danger national economy, according to Mohammed Sultan Bin Houwaidan, Vice Chairman, Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry.   He was speaking at the apex conference to anounced the details of the 4th National career for Banking and Financial Sectors.... "The young national generations are quite ready and capable, provided they are given the right opportunity" he said.  The official pointed out that the Human Resources Development Committee in the Banking Sector has been formed to further boost this sector and increase the participation of the national citizens in this important sector. (National human resources vital for economy).

Concept Support : Developing nations should use  latest methodologies moderated to suit local conditions, with local manpower. This is an important Endogenous aspect in Socio-Economic development acceleration. Also local   investment should be through domestic resources. This is an important Exogenous aspect in Socio-Economic development acceleration. Developing and utilising local human potential and indigenous strengthening of vital sectors of the economy, and simultaneous integration is the ultimate path for the Acceleration of Socio-economic development.

THE GULF TODAY (UAE), Home, July 26, 2001 Page 2

Employment and emiratisation in UAE are fast becoming an intriguing paradox which requires prompt action from the decision-makers in the country before it takes its toll on the country's economic and social stability, said a senior national researcher. In an article carried in Afaaq Al Mustagbal, a publication of the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies ( ECSSR ), Mohammed Khalfan Al Sawafi said this paradox started when the new economic policies took effect a decade ago, with the aim of boosting the status of private sector in the comprehensive development field to increase revenues, and limit dependence on oil as the main source of income.... He said today the national youth and women require more job opportunities.... The UAE national human resource should be the target for any attempt to adjust the economic development concept, Sawafi said (ABU DHABI bureau).

Concept Support : Local human potential development and their utility alone could provide an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE) Editorial,  June 2001,  Page 5.

Some Regulations concerning Economic activities do not answer the needs that secure and protect the local investor or service agent.... Feasibility studies confirm the possibility of funding local factories to produce automobile spare parts. 

Concept Support : Local investment  and their utility alone could provide an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE), In Focus,   June 2001,  Page 21.

Its  ( The Independent Investment Committee's ) responsibility would be to co-ordinate efforts to attract investments on all aspects of the economy while providing the proper environment for such investment.... On all levels, to address some important issues, such as, the composition of the population and its effect on foreign investors and identifying the vision for the future with more involvement of the local national population  

Concept Support : Local investment  expansion, foreign investment reduction and utility of the local human potential alone could provide an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE), The Chamber's Insight,  June 2001, Page 29.

Thus we need to reconsider the industrial strategy in the .country to develop the manufacturing industry and encourage new investment in projects that are considered vital to the economy, such as those that have been supported by studies to reduce the dependence on imports.

Concept Support : Local investment  expansion and   foreign investment reduction   alone could provide an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE),   A Standpoint,   June 2001,  Page 32.

Education is no longer just social necessity, but it plays a vital role in the development and advancement of any nation.... Sharing of such responsibility will have a positive effect on expanding the investment returns and guarantee its continuity cause of the increase of qualified persons who will be available..

Concept Support : Local human potential development and their utility provides better return on expanding investments, and  provides  the base for  Accelerating the local Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE) , The Chamber's Insight,  May  2001, Page 29

Perhaps one of the most important issues brought up to the surface recently is the question of foreign investment in the country. Voices came loud on the topic, demanding that it is imperative now to appraise investment position in the Emirates in general, and foreign investment in particular, since carrying on the present method of depending almost  totally on non-citizens in labour and investment, with all its negatives, is throwing its bad impact on the future, not only of local economy but also of the community itself and its constituent, in a more comprehensive and serious manner.... It is imperative that investment should head towards actualizing the national interest of the community, economically, socially, educationally, and culturally.

Concept Support : Local investment  expansion, foreign investment reduction and utility of the local human potential alone could provide an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE), The Chamber's Insight,   February 2001,
Page 13.

Eastern region witnessed multi-dimension development....increasing the volume of economic activity at satisfying rates that were surveyed by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Consequently calling investors, individuals, establishments and companies to participate with their material and technical capabilities to use such available opportunities, would meet immediate response and materialize its aspired targets in the near future.

Concept Support : Local investment  expansion and support for the same is a need for an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE),   A Standpoint,  February 2001,  Page 23.

The State is capable of dealing with new developments at the local level, and forecast the role it should play regionally and internationally in the future.... widening the volume of industrial investment , including paying more attention to medium and small sized industrial projects that would benefit the fellow citizen investor and make room for more job appointments for citizens.

Concept Support : Local investment  expansion and support for the same, with utilisation for local human potential are prime needs for an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE), In Focus, February 2001, Page 7

Of the most distinctive criticism.... the inability of GATT to provide suitable climate for developing countries to enjoy full merits and advantages of world trade, and subsequently the absence of collective incentives for said countries to liberate their foreign trade, especially while advanced countries insist on binding it with trade liberation rules, which, no doubt, hurt the sovereignty of developing countries.

Concept Support : International frame of references and agreements are biased toward the advantages for developed nations. Developing nations should understand this and work on practical guide-lines for their self Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE), In Focus, October 2000, Page 7

The current changes of the world do not allow the independent economy to achieve it elf-sufficiency to all demands and requirements of its own people without dealing with other countries. To meet this goal, we should take an advantage of the abundant ingredients of our nation and experience of other nations, which took the means of co-operation as a platform to develop the economic, social political, and cultural interrelations. Arab countries started to adopt to change their production and marketing structures. Subsequently, they can make the best investment of their resources and specify the bad reflection of the globalization of their economies.

Concept Support : International trade and methodology are not favourable for the developing nations.  Developing nations should understand this and look-inward towards their local social / cultural potentials.  Improved local investment, production, marketing and well-suited management decisions are the key for Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE), The Chamber's Insight, October 2000, Page 17

They ( General Union of Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Agriculture ) also urged to provide the facilities and incentives to encourage the Arab private sector to invest in the economic projects and then to contribute to face the challenges of development. So, the government assistance and support should be given to remedy the complicated issues that impede the turnover of capitals in the investment projects in the Arab countries.

Concept Support : Local investment  expansion and support for the same,  is a prime local need for an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

ALTIJARAH (UAE) , A Stand Point,  October 2000, Page 23

Sharjah chamber kept pace with the development of economic and social life in UAE society one year prior to the federal procession. The main focus of Sharjah Chamber towards this trend was to build the capable people to contribute in multidimensional development procession. It paid particular attention to explore and develop the national potential either by in-house training or in the private economic institutions. It encouraged national youths to join different jobs in these institutions and helped them to establish their own investment projects to achieve their future ambitions.

Concept Support : Development / upgradation / utilisation of the  local human potential is  mandatory and prime need for an Accelerated Socio-Economic development.

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UNITED KONGDOM (UK)

UNITED KINGDOM (UK)  Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of  DR.VSRS  (SEE CONCEPTS)

GULF NEWS (UAE), Opinion,  August 1, 2001 (Wednesday), Page 7

True, London isn't much like the rest of Britain. But in an odd sort of way, my little urban village displays all the tensions of a nation that has traded a measure of social equity for economic prosperity. Wealth and poverty sit side by side.  So do contentment and frustration, civility and rage The recent spate of race riots in Midlands, stoked by extremists, is just the latest evidence of social unease....  The Pound remains a powerful symbol of national sovereignty, never mind the Germans control a large share of  London's investment banks, while water reaches the tap courtesy of the French.... Poverty persists - indeed, it is worse than generations ago. A quarter of the population (14 million) lives on low income, up from 5 million 20 years ago. Persistent worklessness among adults 25 to 50 is a growing problem....In fact, there has been little decline in absolute poverty among British children over the past 20 years, despite economic growth.
(By Kathryn Stearns. LAT-WP)

Concept Support : Even developed nations, if controlled by foreign nations and their investments, there cannot be any significant Socio-Economic development.  The criteria  for the acceleration of   Socio-Economic development is through significant improvement in domestic investments, utilisation of domestic technology / infrastructure and increased utilisation   of domestic human potential.

GULF NEWS (UAE),, United Kingdom,  August 1, 2001 (Wednesday), Page-11.

In a speech and press conference on Monday, the first day of his official visit to Brazil, Blair warned EU leaders hat it was essential that next year's launch of single currency notes and coins was followed by swift economic reforms....The Financial Times , for its part , stressed a speech by the premier in Sao Paulo that delaying economic reform would hit the "whole enterprise  of future prosperity for England". (London, AFP)

Concept Support : Developed nations propagate policies that are advantageous to their  Socio-economic development acceleration and develop associated management decisions. It may also be disadvantageous, if the proper long-range guidelines are not thought of in advance.  

GULF NEWS (UAE),, United Kingdom,  August 1, 2001 (Wednesday), Page-11.

Prime Minister Tony Blair was in Brazil's industrial capital, yesterday, scheduling talks with Sao Paulo's state governor and a tour of an aircraft factory. Brazil is Britain's largest South America's trade partner, with trade between the two countries worth $ 2.7 b last year.... In a joint statement after their meeting, Blair, the first British leader to visit Brazil, said it was in Britain's and Brazil's "common interests" to "make sure that the round takes place", calling agriculture "one of the crucial issues".....Blair's goal during his visit is to offer a support at a time of difficulty for emerging markets to underline Britain's commitments to further trade...A party of 13 leading British businessmen are accompanying him  for that purpose. (Sao Paulo, Brazil. AFP) 

Concept Support : Developed nations take advantage of the resources, outputs and infrastructure facilities of developing / under-developed nations. This is to stabilise and Accelerate their Socio-Economic development. The needs, requirements and opinions of the developing / under-development nations are kept in the back-ground and not explicitly propagated. Local Social Rate of Return is NOT given importance.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ( USA )  
Support for Economics & Management  Concepts of 
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PANORAMA, Friday Supplement of Gulf Today, Daily Newspaper in UAE. November 15 to 21, 2002, Page 6.

"This great nation (USA) will not live at the mercy of any foreign plot or power" By the US President George.W.Bush, while addressing the Veterans' Day at an East Room ceremony on Monday. (Quote Unquote)

Concept Support : Developed nations are developed and continue to remain developed, because of independent development without the mercy of any foreign nation, the basic concepts of my Research formula.

Domestic investments are from Domestic Savings (Exogenous Circle). Domestic Human potential man the indigenously suited Domestic technology (Exogenous Circle).

Both these circles are synchronised and their diameters optimised.

THE HINDU, City, Thiruvananthapuram, India, October 31, 2001. Page 3.

The ongoing war on Afghanisthan is being fought by the U.S to protect its economic interests around the world, the Congress leader, Mr.Vayalar Ravi, has said. The people of the world will have to pay a heavy price for this war which is bound to increase poverty and other economic hardships, especially in the developing world, he said..... If it was the proclaimed aim of containing communism in the 60s and 70s, from the 80s it has been the trade interests of the U.S. that has let to conflicts in the various parts of the world. Through the creation of the WTO, the U.S. led developed countries have been trying to consolidate their economic powers even as developing countries have been feeling the bite of globalisation and liberalisation. "The attack on the WTC and the Pentagon is symbolic. If the former symbolised the economic exploitation of the developing countries by the U.S. and the West, the latter was the place from where decisions to bomb various nations were taken. The logic of those who carried out the bombing in New York and Washington must have been simple - if you can kill us, we can kill you too." {"War to Protect U.S. Economic Interests". Mr.Ravi inaugurating a discussion on 'For Whom the War' organised by the Bahujana Samskarika Samithi at the Press Club}

Concept Support : Economic as well as the Social interests are directly dependent upon the ability to manipulate these components within the Domestic leverages. Developed nations, particularly the U.S.A, eventhough domestically capable of manipulating the Exogenous circle (Investment from domestic sources), depends heavily on imported manpower to manage their local/advanced technology. Also, they look forward to a suitable developing/under-developed nation to pre-test their technological innovations, both productive / destructive. Hence their control on the Endogenous aspect of the circles are inadequate. This justifies the applicability of the Eccentric Bi-circular concept to developed nations too. The concept of Productivity should be directed towards the Socio-Economic goals of the native nation. In a war like situation, the Productivity reverses into Destructivity, and the goals are measured with reference to the loss to the other nations, rather than the gains to the native nations. Hence, continued and positive approach with the redefined productivity alone can ensure peace and prosperity to the whole world in aggregate. 

COMPUTER NEWS (UAE),, Middle East,  Comment,  x August 2001, Issue 116,   Page 16.

For Microsoft, the good news in the appeals court decision in US versus Microsoft is that it won't be broken up any time soon and that it will never have to face Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson in court again. The bad news is that the court confirmed Microsoft has a monopoly  with windows and it repeatedly violated the Sherman Act to maintain that monopoly. CNME staffers work out what happens next.... Monopolies don't have the same flexibility as other companies. Monopolies have to justify their actions in terms competition.... The appeals court ruled that Microsoft broke the laws with some of its windows reseller license restrictions, exclusive contract with ISPs and agreement with other software vendors to use Microsoft's version of Java. These deals were standard business practices for Microsoft. They'll have to change. (Pyrrhic victory)

Concept Support : Microsoft has revolutionised the computer Software concepts,  Internet browsing methodologies and cost effective products to all the computer user,  with approaches not thought of  by any other computer corporate sectors in the world. Eventhough it is  highly productive and innovative in terms of quantum / Financial aspects, it is found injurious from a social aspect. Productivity of any corporate operation should be evaluated with reference to their contributions towards the Socio-economic goals, over the Quantum and financial contribution components.

GULF NEWS (UAE),,  Business, August 1, 2001 ( Wednesday ), 
Page 32

US investors know that this years second quarter earning figures would be bad....Carly Fiorina, Chief executive of Hewlett Packard warned for example " Economics round the world continue to weaken as we move through the quarter. I don't think we can call when a recovery will occur "... Corporate spending cuts have set up the airline industry for full-year losses of an estimated 1.3 billion - 1.4 billion, while high oil prices, the strong Dollar and the deteriorating European and Japanese economies are affecting consumer product companies and energy groups alike.... but recent job cuts by the companies that are suffering most have raised concerns about rising unemployment.
{Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, Special to GN, Financial Times).    

Concept Support : Even developed national local investments and technology suffer due to changes and fluctuations in the international socio-politico-economic environment. Pre-evaluation of such changes and associated management decisions in advance, are the needs to provide a remedy for this situation.     

KHALEEJ TIMES (UAE),,  ASIA,  July 8, 2001 (Sunday),  Page 17.

US President George W. Bush, after faulting the Kyoto climate treaty for excluding developing nations from its requirements, wants to cut US aid that helps Third World countries combat global warming.... Mr.Bush proposes reducing assistance to other countries by $ 41 million from last years $ 165 million. He calls for shifting more responsibility to private industry.... "We want to work co-operatively with these countries in their efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions and maintain economic growth" he said. (Washington, AP) 

Concept Support : Developed nations use their aids and assistance leverages to control / manoeuvre the developing nations, if they fail to meet their desired principle and policies. International Social Rate of Return is NOT considered superior to the Financial Rate of Return.         
LSM (Lloyd's Ship Manager, UK), ISSN 0265-2455, April 2001,
Page 73-77.
This article appeared in Lloyd's Ship Manager.

Oligopoly - that condition where an industry is dominated by a few super corporations, examples of which are the US and Japan automobile industries of today and the Hawaiian economy during the last century. An 'oligopolised' market is a characteristic of capital-intensive industries, such as ocean transportation, particularly the US variety, where the operating costs outpace of those of foreign competitors.... The US oil majors, such as Exxon-Mobil, BP-Conoco-Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO), and the would-be union on Chevron and Texaco are actually playing catch-up. Boardroom executives are taking a look at the economy and following in the wake of international shipping conglomerates such as APL-NOL, Maersk Sealand, CP Ships, Hamburg Sud-Crowley - not to mention cross-Channel pairings such as P&O Nedlloyd.... Shipyards and their lobby groups are hedging their bets on the eventual direction that the new George W Bush administration will take. During the campaign, the former Texas governor pledged support for the Jones Act and a strong shipping industry but congressional pressure to ease up on 'corporate welfare' is still an obstacle. Senate majority leader Trent Lott of Mississipi and Senator Olympia Snowe, a Maine Republication, retain their loyalty to the Ingalls and Bath shipyards, which are located in their districts.... Not surprisingly, the unions are complaining that they were not given a seat at the table, and the head of the powerful AFL-CIO is threatening a get-tougher scene.... Mr.McCain introduced the US Ship Cruise Vessel Act shortly after the 107th Congress commenced. The legislation mirrors a regulation that the SCC (Senate Commerce Committee) approved last year... They (Mr.Lott and Ms Snowe) note that the American Classic had to agree to build two ships in order to obtain permission to operate a foreign-built vessel in the Hawaii trade. Here they disagree with Mr.McCain who favours one-for-one.
{United States. The urge to merge. Consolidation and mergers are the latest trend in US shipping industry}.

Concept Support : Indigenous capital resources and technology should be used to steer the domestic development process, in two-to-one or one-to-one basis, where a foreign techno-intensive item is required. This is an ideal integration attempt between the Endogenous (Capital source) and the Exogenous (techno-human interface). This thought and process could be achieved by merger of synchronised commercial sectors, in the current globalisation and quality oriented international competition.
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The Indian Journal of Public Administration,
Quarterly Journal of the Indian Institute of Public Administration.
January - March 2003. Pages 66 to 76.

The conditions of existence are changing fast. Neither money nor market is the essence of modern capitalism. Systematic organisation precedes both. The concomitants of the organisations are the Work, Differentiation, Subsumption, Consumerism and Appropriate education. In a well organised society, talented entrepreneurs and managers stretch themselves out and make the impossible possible. Disciplined workers with job skills and work values continuously put in concerned efforts for attaining the organisational objectives through appropriate work culture facilities, mutual trust and cooperation. Rational will together with ethics of collective consciousness/individual responsibility make the mare go. Globalisaion extends our mental horizons, opens up the existing boundaries, and shifts old loyalties. The market mechanism constraints individuals to work hard and put in concerted efforts. They learn to strike a balance between cooperation and competition with one another at the same time. Above all they organise themselves effectively. Those who fail to do so, get side-lined.
"Impact of Globalisation on Society" By : Jaspal Singh.

Concept Support : When neither the money nor market controls the development of business or nation, the concept of Productivity with reference to Output and Input quantum is no more valid. Productivity has to be redefined with reference to development and prosperity goals which in a summary term is "Socio-Economic Development".

  1. This redefined development measurement engulfs the individual corporate organisation in a micro level and the  nation in a macro level.

  2. Management decision with reference to Technical and Commercial aspect is also no more valid. The decision makers shall view the Socio-Economic Development as Superior to in-house quantum measures.

  3. In a global domain, all the Socio-Economic contributing corporate units as well as the national governing bodies should :-
        *  Tune the job skills and work values of the human
             potential to match the work culture facilities or the

             in-house technology suited to function optimally for a
            given domestic infrastructure.
        * Strike a balance between the domestic investments and
            savings to progressively reduce the external dependence
            and learn to balance between cooperation and
            competition with one another.

TECHNORAMA, A Supplement to the Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India) {IE(I)}, March 2002. Page 1.

Technology With A Human Face : The system of mass production, as practised in the world's richest countries, requires a huge amount of capital investment, and is dependent on high energy input. Since the poorest countries do not have the financial reserves to invest in these capital-intensive industries, their efforts to join the global economy have fuelled the large-scale borrowing that has created a crippling legacy of third world debt. The world's poorest countries are caught in a debt trap that is keeping their people in poverty and preventing them from working their way into a sustainable future. In many cases, more is spent on paying or servicing debts than on providing essential services. Between 1993 and 1996, Zambia spent four times more on servicing its debt than on education. The government was forced to increase their school fees, with the inevitable result that primary school enrolments in Zambia are now in a decline. Rwanda spends more on debt than on health care and education combined. In fact, debt absorbs more than ten times its health budget.... In Honduras debt accounts for a massive 60 percent of total government expenditure that goes on debt repayments; in Nicaragua it is 50 per cent; in Ethiopia and Zambia it is 25 per cent; in Tanzania 23 per cent; and in Niger it is 13 percent. In each of these cases far more is spent on servicing debt than on primary education.
Technology As If People Mattered : In rich and poor countries alike, the challenge is to raise the whole level of rural life, 'and this requires the development of an agro-industrial culture, so that each district, each community, can offer a colourful variety of occupations to its members.' In practical terms this will require the application of appropriate technology throughout the world, in rich countries as in the poor. Instead of a macro-technologies imposed on humanity by the international powers, it heralds the dawn of new technologies designed to enable individuals, small business and small communities to help themselves. It is technology as if people mattered....

"Quotes" - Reproduction from the Book "Small is Still Beautiful" by P.H.Pearce, Harper Collins Publishers, 77-85 Fulharm Palace Road, London W68JB, with the acknowledgment of the Editorial team of IE(I)

Concept Support : The development index of a country should not be based on the level of technological competence or the quantum outputs, but should be evaluated with reference to the Socio-Economic development goal indices. Lack of this guideline results in debts repayment and servicing at the cost of Socio-Economic Development components. Impact of every investment (local or borrowed) should be reviewed with reference to Social Rate of Return, and not on Financial or Quantitative Rate of Return. Neglect of this approach eradicates and diverts the investment away from the essential Socio-Economic Development categories like Education, Health etc... Intangible aspects of human, community, social and national welfare should be considered as more important than high-fi tangible techno commercial development to keep pace with rich developed nations.

Domestic investment approach should be aimed at phased levels, even though a foreign / borrowed investment concept is adopted to start with. If this Exogenous balancing is not planned, the nation whether developed or developing or under-developed will become a slave of the external debt, leading the domestic population down into increasing poverty and poor essential infrastructure. Latest technologies moderated to suit the local conditions or the appropriate technology to suit the local agro-industrial culture should be developed and adopted, than blindly following the imported technology. Also these moderated / appropriate technology should be manned by the Domestic manpower, so that each district and each community can offer a colourful variety of occupations to its members. This is the basic Endogenous synchronisation concept applicable to all nations in the world.    

THE HINDU, BUSINESS/SCIENCE, Thiruvananthapuram, India, October 25, 2001. Page BS-1.

Mr. Richard Thompson and Mr. Larry Braitman made a fortune on Flycast Communications, an Internet advertising services company they founded in San Francisco in 1996 and sold about three years later to CMGI for $ 689 Million. It was a classic tale of success in the Internet age, and the two men decided - in the peculiar vernacular of the Web - to leverage their success at starting Flycast by creating a venture capital firm to finance other new technology business. Just as 20th century gave way to the 21st, they opened Signia ventures in san Mateo, Calif. Mr. Thompson, 47, and Mr. Braitman, 43, put up $ 50 million of the money they received for Flycast and started to pour it into new companies. Now, less than two years after opening, Signia Ventures' office is closed, its Web site blank and its phones unanswered. Mr. Thompson said he and Mr. Braitman had decided not to raise money from outside investors or invest in new deals until the market comes back, may be next year...... But many venture firms need to clean up their mistakes. While a lot of investments have already been written down - some to zero - people in the industry say a number of firms are still carrying deals on their book at older, inflated values.... Low returns and high fees are leading many big pension funds and endowments to consider reducing their investments in risky business like venture capital. As one endowment manager explained : "So many of our firms raised a lot of money ending a year ago and have not come back since the world changed. Some we are worried about. When they do come back, we will give it a hard look and may choose to end the relationship". { Venture capital - Withering and Dying. Amy Cortese. New York Times }

Concept Support : Venture capital represents an in-house source for in-house investment, powered by the in-house personnel. This in an ideal synchronisation of the Exogenous and Endogenous circles, at an individual / small group level. However, if the Management decision in monitoring the Productivity aspects of the investment is not synchronised to take care of the Socio-economic aspects and the International risk factors, then the off-spring of the venture capital leads towards failure. Coincidence of the environments to that of the effects of the enlarged management decision leads to a hidden success, but it is not on long-term basis. Hence, synchronisation of the Endogenous/Exogenous circles plus Vision of the enlarged Productivity plus the Extended Management Decision aspects in aggregate alone ensure continued success and prosperity in any business venture.  

FT EXPAT (FINANCIAL TIMES), UK. October 2001.
Page 17 - 18.

In 1998, 30 per cent of the graduating class from elite Indian Institute of Technology left for the United States. Eighty per cent of the computer science graduates headed in the same direction. It is estimated that one in three of all the computer technicians in Silicon Valley are of Indian descent.... The flow of brains from the developing world into North America, Europe, Japan and other developed-world countries is large and shows no sign of stopping. Politicians and business leaders from most developing countries - including Thailand, Taiwan, China, South Africa and Singapore - are starting to protest about this "brain drain", or outflow, of talent....

But is brain drain all that bad ? Professor of international relations at Harvard University's Asia centre, AnnaLee Saxenian, argues the poaching process is, in fact, a method of knowledge circulation that benefits everyone. In his paper Brain Drain or Brain Circulation : the Silicon Valley Connection, Professor Saxenian says that thousands of people from the developing world are not only lured by the higher western salaries, but are also getting a level of education and technical know-how that is often unavailable back home....Saxenian claims the success of expat associations has been reflected in an increase in Indian entrepreneurship. According to a survey performed by counting Indian surnames at the head of technology start-ups in Silicon Valley throughout the 1980s and 1990s, 3000 new ventures where and/or run by Indian or Chinese entrepreneurs. Professor Saxenian also found that substantial knowledge traded between North America and India, while thousands of Indian business ventures have been seeded and often financed by returning expats.

One problem, notes Professor Saxenian, was where a lack of 'home' government support and local infrastructure had traditionally deterred many Indian companies in Silicon Valley from investing back home... This is unlike countries such as Taiwan, which has done a great deal to stimulate expat connections by creating friendly business environment.

"Freeing up investment markets, for starters," say Janamitra Devan and Parth Tewari, two McKinsey consultants and authors of a recent paper called Brain Abroad... Creating and managing expatriate networks linking emigrants back to the home country is crucial. Dewan and Tiwari relate the story of one village council in Philippines, which found that most of the money sent back home was spent mainly on consumer goods, with some education thrown in. The local mayor established expat associations... Those groups have since helped build and pay for a village square, street lights, hospital equipment and medical supplies and schools...

Professor Yuan Lee, a Taiwanese Nobel prize winner, reckons that foreign universities have educated and trained more Taiwanese than home institutions since the second world war....

Yet, ironically, rich countries regularly complain about their own talented individuals being whisked off elsewhere.... But this is particularly due to large number of British nurses leaving the UK to work in the US and the Middle East. Over 5000 left this year, attracted by salaries, that can be up to four times higher (read more in Health Page 35). Meanwhile, New Zealand lost 5000 skilled professionals, the worst in the decade.....

Talent goes where the immediate opportunities are, grows where the water and sunlight is, but then recycles the knowledge, capital and skills back "home", as seen in Taiwan's Silicon Valley or China's massive inward investment by expats.

Brain drain is false economics. Paul Krugman, a distinguished US economist, wrote ground-breaking book 10 years ago debunking the idea of global competition between nation states. In Pop Internationalism, Krugman singled out as particularly daft the sort of zero-sum thinking implicit in model of global economics that sees countries fighting over a single wealth pie. Such equally daft ideas like protectionism and even isolationism are a likely consequence. The old economic law of comparative advantage, which says that a community will benefit overall by individuals specialising in specific tasks and then exchanging what they have produced, applies equally to countries. In economic life, whole really is larger than the sum of its parts....

Microsoft, which employs thousands of smart Chinese, is setting up China's first independent post-doctoral computer science institute, a classic example of reverse brain drain, or brain gain, as we should perhaps begin to call it. { LIVING, Brain Drain }

Concept Support : A drastically and interesting thoughts and facts on emigration of human resources from developed/developing nations alike, and the positive aspects of the brain drain, reversing the terminology to "Brain gain". It is again strengthening the facts of the Concepts, that even-though the Domestic manpower flow out to provide the know-how to other nations, their gained techno-commercial knowledge, moderated to suit the Domestic environments should be encouraged and strengthened (Endogenous circular smoothening). In equal terms, the funds of the expats exchanged into their native nations, should be tapped for Domestic Investments (Exogenous circular strengthening). Irrespective of the level of development of a nation (Developed or Developing or Under-developed), the domestic governments which understand this circular cycle, their smoothening and cross integration, could alone accelerate their pace of Socio-economic development. For others, who do not follow these concepts, the pace of development is either stagnant or in deceleration trend.

KHALEEJ TIMES (UAE), World View,  August 12, 2001 (Sunday), Page13

The next high-profile summit meeting to catch the world's attention will be in October, when Commonwealth heads of government meet in Brisbane, Australia.  There are already web sites dedicated to wrecking the meeting. If  people took the time to find out, however they could realise the the Commonwealth is all about ensuring that its members prosper from the benefits of globalisation - to achieve a true 'common wealth'. Instead of wrecking the summit meeting, anti globalisation activists should recognise and support the Commonwealth's developmental mission..... Let us get our facts straight.  The Commonwealth is a people-focussed development organisation. Its annual meetings give leaders from countries such as Lesotho, Swaziland or Tonga, the opportunity to discuss issues of concern with their larger Commonwealth neighbours as sovereign equals.  The meetings are useful megaphone for developing countries to amplify and repeat their demand for a fair share of the fruits of globalisation - to reject again the one-sided "you liberalise, we'll subsidise" deal that  the developed world still tends to offer its poorer neighbours....The Commonwealth's economic work helps level the playing field for its weaker members through advocacy and consensus building.  Its finance ministers were instrumental in launching the High Indebted Poor Countries initiative and now maintain pressure on the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and key bilateral players to get debt initiative strengthened.   (International Herald Tribune, Commonwealth is serious about its mission By Don Mckinnon, Secretary General of the Commonwealth)  

Concept Support :  There is a generalised attempt from the under-developed and developing countries, members of the Commonwealth, to seek the support and benefits from the environments of the world, out side their domain to assist their developmental process. Why can't they look into their own internal Socio-Economic infrastructure, and integrate as well as align them to accelerate their pace of development ?. Both the Socio-Economic and management decision models, points to these disparities and provides a  mathematically derived  methodology to implement the same.

GULF NEWS (UAE),  Opinion, Editorial August 1, 2001 (Wednesday),
Page 6

The marvels of modern communications can also be curses. The dissemination of information is rapid and is likely to be believed.   Internet and its companion, e-mail, have attained an unjustifiable level of credibility. If it is on the net or received by e-mail, then it must be true, is the thinking. Yet any one can set up a web site or send an e-mail, so the information is only as reliable as the source. Gone are the standards of proper investigative journalism. A message sent by e-mail will spread like wildfire and is believed. (Dubai, Repeat a lie long enough...)

Concept Support : Developed nations impose their advanced technology on the developing / under developed nations, without understanding the local manpower and educational infrastructure. The acceptance of such forced-technology could be dangerous at times. Socio-economic implications should be considered as superior to the techno-commercial quantum advantages.

GULF NEWS (UAE),,  Advertorial Editorial August 1, 2001 (Wednesday),
Page 15.

Thuraya's advantage is that it combines satellite, GSM, and GPS in a Thuraya hand held mobile phone that gives you uninterrupted coverage over an area stretching across Europe, North and Central Africa, the CIS, the Middle East, and the Indian Subcontinent. Thuraya offers a cost effective way to keep in touch.  The phones are affordable and call charges competitive.   Thuraya's flexible dual-mode technology allows you to use GSM in GSM networks and switches to Thuraya satellite mode in areas that are outside GSM terrestrial networks. (Full page advertisement . Thuraya has started service! "We go further. You stay closer")

Concept Support : Developed nations go for high-technology and market their products in the developing world. By their proper management decisions, they provide cost advantage, better utility and continued support.   But the developing / under developed nations provide a market them, without knowing the social, psychological,  universal and infrastructure implications. However any psycho-socio disturbances in the developing / under-developed world, are likely to hit the developed marketing giants, unless they envisage it in advance. There is no opportunity for the user nations to evaluate their local Socio-Economic implications.

KHALEEJ TIMES (UAE),,  World View,  July 8, 2001 (Sunday),  Page 13.

No country or group of  countries , however powerful and rich, can steer the world, particularly when most political system have been unable to convince people to make sacrifices that will produce benefits only in the more or less distant future... In addition to building new democratic institution, the task requires financial assistance packages, economic development projects and probably even preferential trade measures. It also requires the participation of the World Bank, the IMF, the regional development banks, the UN development programme and the UN human rights office in the design and implementation of peacekeeping operations that address the root cause of conflict.....Also, much would be achieved if the UN programme managers were allowed   to manage - yes manage - their own budgets and personnel Not only would their motivation increase immediately, but they could be held accountable for failure to achieve agreed objectives... A re-elected secretary general could do a lot of good for a world that is rapidly globalising in business-driven process with no master plan, and in which many developing countries see their import surge, their export collapse and their unemployment increase.... The impact of decision taken in one field, say, trade, on another field, say, employment or environment, is not even evaluated.  (By Enriqueter Horst, International Herald Tribune, "Kofi Annan's second term should help UN in achieving world peace")  

Concept Support : Developed / powerful nations should understand and sacrifice to provide an infrastructure for the developing / under-developed nations to move towards their local investment generation and local manpower utility. Also, they should not interfere in the management of the inter-national development institutions like UN, which are highly susceptible to psycho-socio implications of the world population. The management decision process of such international institution should be cautious, pre-assessed and un-biased. Then only they can monitor a true Socio-Economic development, and could  be accountable for the results

ALTIJARAH (UAE)  A Standpoint,  March 2001, Page 29

Prominent  Economists met in Dafos, Switzerland during the International Economic  Forum to discuss the means and ways of supporting economical growth and bridging the gap between rich and poor countries as well as stabilizing the globalization pace. The International Work Organization announced that....estimated 3 billion persons are suffering unemployment ... more than 50% of them are living under the poverty line....the international economical situation is still suffering from apparent imbalance due to problems and obstacles that require collective work of all countries.   

Concept Support : Developed / powerful nations should understand and sacrifice to provide an infrastructure for the developing / under-developed nations to move towards their local investment generation and local manpower utility.  A collective work of all nations in various brackets of development is a need for international Socio-Economic development.

THE GULF TODAY (UAE),  Management, Focus, August 7, 2000 Monday   Page 24.  Good for one and best for both by Hamish McRae.companies are more like universities, and universities are becoming more like companies. These twin phenomena predate the Internet.... The idea for both is to build relationships at every level. The more the University knows about local business, or business which have activities relevant to its area of special expertise, the more likely it is that each will spot things which will help each other. This must pertain at all levels, for good ideas are likely to be    "bottom-up"  as  "top-down".

Companies have to develop the intellectual capital of their people. If they don't the best people walk away "

Concept Support :  Development of local human potential is equally important for the corporate as well the academic sector. If it is not realised immediately, the local human intelligentsia will go towards developed nations,   to acquire advanced knowledge and provide their skills to them.

THE GULF TODAY (UAE),   Business,  July 9, 2000  Page 21

The group of Eight ( G8 ) Powerful nations said on Sunday that the global economy will show strong growth this year, and they were encouraged by the strength of Asia's recovery... the G8 said they must bring IT opportunities to poorer countries to bridge the gap in technological progress... " It is the first summit I participated in which there is no big economic problems for the developed countries... This has made it easier to think of the problems of the developing world " said Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission.With at least one-fifth of the world's population stuck in poverty, the G8 said the globe still had vast problems... As the summit's host country, Japan promised $ 15 billion in aid over five years to help train IT experts in developing countries ... " The world cannot prosper if the developing world fails to develop " said Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori.   (OKINAWA, Reuters).

Concept Support : Developed and powerful nations look to the developing / under-developed nations,  as a potential market for their inventions and hi-tech off-springs. They introduce and market these advanced utilities, without understanding the local human potential, investment,  and management decision infrastructures. This forced-introduction, without an answer to provide  the prime needs of the local  population, will only deteriorate the international socio-economic situation. There is no opportunity for the user nations to evaluate their local Socio-Economic implications.

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