Re: They're at it again
- From: Tchiowa <tchiowa2@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 8 May 2007 21:59:42 -0700
On May 9, 7:57 am, justicefora...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On May 9, 7:52 am, Tchiowa <tchio...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Now the Thai government is trying to block chains like Carrefour and
Tesco from further investment in Thailand.
Short sighted, again. Just like the attempts to manipulate the
currency to appease shrimp exporters, just like the attempts to break
patents on drugs.
Progress requires change and change means disruption. Block disruption
and you block change and you prevent progress.
I don't know what's going through their heads. It's seems to be a
desparate attempt at populism. Give the people everything they think
they want in order to win their support.
Good governance is all it really takes. I wonder if they'll ever learn
Say Hey Tichty Pops:
Get your head outta your ass and take a look around Thailand. Just
here in Chiang Mai there are Makro, several Lotus, Tops, Rimping,
Carrefour, Big C. Now Lotus wants to build yet another and the people
don't want it. Enough is enough !!
5555 Yee-Haw !!
If people don't want it then it won't succeed and will get shut down
and then Lotus, etc. will stop themselves. If they succeed then that
means the people *do* want it.
Let the market take care of itself. Or, to put it another way, the
market *WILL* take care of itself. If you stand in front of it and try
to block progress you will eventually get trampled.
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