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Both sales and pay roll taxes can be mitigated or reduced thruough higer marginal taxes. And since payrolle and sales taxes make upp most of the US tax base that would mean lower overall taxes combined with tax progression wich in turns lead to higher revenues.
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I would count in regressive taxation as the best example of neo feudalsim that is more common in America than in Europe though.
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Well China nither realy capitalist or realy communist its mixture of both or in terms of the economic model it follows.China heavy restrctions on imports combined with its undervalued and dollar pegged currency functioning as an heavy under market price export subsidie hardly makes it capitalist in the words true form.
Toggle Commented May 23, 2010 on Random Thoughts on China at Economist's View
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China may be Communist but one thing is for sure its a capitalist paradise communsim for capitalists its ever growing divide between rich and poor and its undervalued currency that makes Chinas in general educated labour force underpayed poor and cheap is somthing that capitalism in its most ruthles form can only do.
Toggle Commented May 22, 2010 on Random Thoughts on China at Economist's View
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The scale and the and the political force behind Chinas leverage of its internal market to engage in subversion against foreign corporations who invest in the countrie is unpararelled by western standard or developed world standards that in general accept property and copy rights something that China does not do att all.
Toggle Commented May 22, 2010 on Random Thoughts on China at Economist's View
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Its al about mentality a communist dictatorial cleptocracy with zero property rights and a victim based mentlity for something that hapend over a 100 years ago. Will offcourse not consider coppying and force companys who invest and contrubtes to the countries development To give upp their hard earnd right to their commercial secrets as somting negative.
Toggle Commented May 22, 2010 on Random Thoughts on China at Economist's View
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Well they seem to be god att steeling western corporate secrets and know how through pressuring companys who invest in China give their corporate secrets upp to Chines authorties. Thus advancing Chinese technologhical development China is the largest best organized cleptocracy the world has ever seen.
Toggle Commented May 22, 2010 on Random Thoughts on China at Economist's View
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A clearing house and transparent trade in CDS and CDO with the end of the over the counter derivative market should be enough.
Toggle Commented May 20, 2010 on Should We Ban Naked CDSs? at Economist's View
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The German unilatral ban on naked shortsales was wrong and incompetent luckily the ban is not permanent it is very dengerous to ban derivative instruments. becouse they simply wont dissaper the just do much more harm to the financial market then they currently done.
Toggle Commented May 20, 2010 on Should We Ban Naked CDSs? at Economist's View
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Banning dangerous tools as derivatives and naked CDSs will only backfire they need to be hevily regulated in way that makes these tools constructive rather then destructive something they currently are not.
Toggle Commented May 20, 2010 on Should We Ban Naked CDSs? at Economist's View
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Dangerous but still widly used tools as derivatives ánd naked CDCs should not be banned they will just wind upp in the wrong hand and cause even more damage to the world economy then they already have.
Toggle Commented May 20, 2010 on "James Tobin's Hirsch Lecture" at Economist's View
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The euro flight is threat to US exports.
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Modern US presidents and foreign wars goes hand in hand democrat or republican i does not seem to mather from wich party they come from.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Lets face it modern US presidents and foreign wars goes hand in hand.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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I dont think Obama is very diffrent than most other modern Presidents in us history both democrats and republicans when it comes to foriegn policy there few US Presidents who never fought a war the and Obama also has putt a lot effort in civlian rebuilding and assitance and repair.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Well the situoation in the US and Europe was defenitly diffrent altough the US also had its Pro Nazi movments but activism in the US during the depression was mainly centerist and not very leftist.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Paul krugman is right in his analysis of the Reublican party has ben radilized first by Barry Goldwater then by Ronald Reagan and then Bush junior. The strnght of the Republican party is its cohesion Democrats seem to independent minded to be as cohesive as the republicans. And because of it sufer from alot of interparty feuding.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Paul Krugman is right in his analysis the Democrats hoewever lack the cohesion that is found in Republican party.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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In Afghinstan Obamas policy is just as much civilian as military he has sent numeroes aid ans assitance organisations to the country in an atmept to try rebuild afghanistan toghter with other Nato alies and civlian Afghanis both from Afghanistan and through Afghan American organisations. Obamas primery reason for of sending troops to afghaistan was to support his Nato alies.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Well there is also an very large civilian effort in an atempt to support a rebuilding afghanistan toghter with other Nato alies wich just as much a part of Obamas policy as the military one. Its far from only troops that Obama sent to the country but also civilian aid assitance organisations to support civilian afghanis and their country.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Destruction there is also an civilian effort to atempt to rebuild the country of Afghanistn an effort that is just as much part of Obamas policy as the military one.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Well Obama did not deregulate the oil industry thats for sure the last westages of fedral authority it had over the oil industry but let keep this thread about what Krugman actuly wrote and keep Obama out of this thread.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Well Obama dident deregulate the oil industry thats for sure the last westeges of influence fedral regulators had over the oil industry. lets try to keep this thread on what Krugman wrote in his colum and keep Obama out of this thread.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Obama has alot faults but that dosent disproves anything of what Krugman wrote and wich this thread is actuly about.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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Krugman is wrong of using the word extremism when it comes to the current Republican party partisan yes obstrucionist yes unpragmatic yes and very detached from tradtional Repulicanism yes but not extrmist in the words usual sence.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2010 on Paul Krugman: Going to Extreme at Economist's View
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