Posted by Lorelei (184.108.40.206) on January 29, 2002 at 12:45:02:
In Reply to: Re: The IMF and Argentina posted by Lorelei on January 29, 2002 at 11:37:37:
No offense Fred, but wouldn't it expand your
argument about IMF if you knew a little about
capital, private property rights, sovereignty, temporary liquidity programs, aid packages, to talk about the IMF? You can read a headline and from that draw a whole discussion on IMF but it would better equip you if you tried to appreciate all the dimensions of the topics you consider.
With IMF, you have to ask, who are the main players? What is the goal of the IMF? How is it changing over time? Who benefits from IMF aid packages? Who doesn't? What are ways to improve the system? Does the system need to be replaced by another system that can have as much accessible capital?
THINK, fred, THINK for a change, THINK about the GREATER intricacies of the topics you are hitting with yoru three word vocabulary (christians, killing, assyrians). THINK for a change, try it!
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