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September 14, 2010

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C.Lowe

A fair take on a small percentage of potentials, but remember:
Initiative is in the domain of the private sector, a private sector which is over encumbered by Government bureaucracy prone to historically strangling the personal initiative of more than a few enterprising citizens.
Take for example our forays into WTO and Trade agreements:
Government personel attend, but the private sector is largely in the dark.
By their own hand by and large to be sure, but still in the dark.
Government does a consistently dismal job of on the ground interaction with the private sector.
Even the financial services sector do not fully interact with the headlong government rush to compliance, usually issuing warnings after the fact.
We must get over this adversarial habit if we are going to survive.
As for heritage tourism, we must first acknowledge our heritage, both good and bad aspects.

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