The new leg of the economy September 5, 8: The spike in the deficit is due to the toxic combination of declining merchandise exports, a decelerating BPO industry and the downward trend in OFW remittances occurring in step with a sharp rise in imports. We have also been importing massive amounts of machinery and consumer goods. There are two likely scenarios should the BoP deficit worsen.
Share this story Pest Outwest September 24, In terms of any kind of industrial or business activity, it would all be internal, since it makes zero sense to make something here, all raw materials would have to be imported.
Tourism and retirement in the tropics, under the American flag. Not much you can do about that. CongressWorksForUs September 25, 1: Can be done from anywhere. In the last 10 years the state and local government costs have grown dramatically.
In addition the government expansion has been used to increase regulations that have stymied the economy. Under a large government the servant class is the only opportunity, this increases inequality, and the smart get out.
Take a look at third world countries the preferred job is to to work for the government. If you do not work for the government you are part of the servant class. Public assistance is used for the government to keep its power.
Onolicious September 24, That is a way grow the economy internally.
In essence, doubling the property tax for farmers who own and live on their farms. Per our County thinking, doubling taxes on local farmers is going to make them want to farm more. Take the homeowner tax rate or take the appropriate ag rate depending on what has been planted.
This encourages a farmer to not to do anything but throw a cow on his lot and take the grazing rate.
This gives him her the lowest ag rate on his land but he pays the same rate as a mainlander for his house. Everyone complains about the high cost of living in Hawaii. The high cost of importing ALL the food is a very big part of it.
So if we supported food ag it would get more people into farming more employment and the double whammy of reducing the cost of food for us and the tourists. WOW…and Hawaii such an amazing beautiful island…being ruined by the goddam goverment Sara Steiner-jackson September 25, 9: Your email address will not be published.
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