Hyderabad: Publication of books and spreading their content through social media is vital in promotion of knowledge. Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) is working on both the fronts. Dr. Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, Vice Chancellor expressed these views today after inaugurating books sale counter of Directorate of Translation & Publication (DTP) on University Campus. Also Read – 3-day Snacks Festival begins at Ameerpet Metro station Advertise With Us MANUU can play a leading role at national level as a nodal agency for promoting of a language of knowledge, he added. DTP shall make an attempt to include knowledge-based literature into the category of non-fiction literature. This will be a bold step. We need to show dedication to the extent of craziness, he remarked. Dr.Abid Moiz, Consultant, Centre for Promotion of Knowledge in Urdu, compared the contribution of the fledging DTP to that of erstwhile Darut Tarjuma (Translation Bureau) of Osmania University. Also Read – Governor felicitates Sai Praneeth Advertise With Us Earlier, Prof. Mohd. Zafaruddin, Director, DTP, briefed the audience about the aims and objectives of the Directorate through power point. DTP is basically publishing three types of books, glossaries, knowledge & syllabi based books. Besides it also publishes MANUU’s first literary and research Journal “Adab-o-Saqafat”. Dr.Aslam Parwez, Translator, DTP proposed vote of thanks.
Carpio gets nominated as CJ for 4th time If the problem is too much inequality, then the government focuses on programs and projects that have higher re-distributional functions in favor of the lesser members of society that may even include taxing the rich, based on the ability-to-pay principle, to pay, for services directed at the poor because the free market economy does not guarantee equity and elimination of poverty. In the US, for example, much of the government budget goes to programs intended to help the downtrodden members of their society that Democrat President Barack Obama wants to maintain but which his Republican detractors want to reduce, if not abolish by defunding. Necessarily, government intervention in this aspect of governance must also include providing opportunities for all young people to get good education because its role in levelling the field in the job market and making them more responsible citizens by voting with their heads this time, for example, instead of exchanging their votes for a measly sum.If the problem is economic instability as seen, for example, in high government deficit, high inflation rate, or high unemployment rate (internal imbalance) or high trade deficit, distortions in the balance of payments and the exchange rate, etc. (external imbalance), then the focus of government action is stabilization measures that reduce these imbalances. To achieve internal balance, these may involve changing the level of government revenues and expenditures, which depending on the state of government finance, may require the budget to be in balance, surplus or deficit. In addition, the government’s central bank may inject or take out money from the system that could lead to easy or tight credit, depending again on whether the economy is overheating or cooling. To achieve external balance, some measures may be undertaken to control the trade deficit and the wild fluctuation in the exchange rate. It may also include counter measures to mitigate the impact of financial and economic shocks coming from outside or the inflow of hot money that will easily disappear with the minuteness of change in the economic policies of their country of origin.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOPalace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spikeIf everything is done well by the government that involves careful balancing of its different roles and objectives that are also often conflicting, then the economy functions smoothly. This now assures faster economic growth with higher employment rates, low inflation, stable exchange rate, a more or less balance trade and budget regimes and hopefully with more equity and lower poverty with the majority of the people finally contributing to and partaking of what the nation produces as a whole. As we can see, the many roles that the government must play, the conflicting objectives that it must meet, and the myriad of things that it must look into for the nation not to go astray makes governance not a relaxing past time for people running the country. Unfortunately, many countries in the world, especially poor ones like the Philippines, do not have the luxury of having an efficient, effective, and honest people in government. In our country, many of our public officials, high and low, are concerned mainly of their own personal interest and continued stay in power and operate alongside vested interest groups in business and other sectors that are more concerned only with getting more favors from their friends in government, in winning fat government contracts, protection of their business from competition, and other shenanigans to profit more their investments.If we find our economy unproductive and uncompetitive that leaves many workers unemployed, underemployed or disguised employed, it is not only because our corrupt and inept officials in government bungle our economic policies but also due to the actions of many other key players in national development in the private sector that thrive on the corruptibility and ineptness of our decisions makers in government. I am not saying the free market system (less government) is bad. It is proven superior already by the result of the competition between the free market western economies and the command economies in the iron curtain in the last century. Free market admittedly is good but having plenty of capitalists in our midst does not necessarily make our country a fully working free market even if our government accounts only for less than 20 percent of the GDP measured by the type of expenditures. This is due to the fact that in many so called capitalistic countries, especially poor countries like ours, their capitalism is just ersatz capitalism in reality.MORE STORIESnewsinfo‘Aquaman’ Jason Momoa visits protesters blocking new Hawaii telescopenewsinfoCourt: Non-native Guam residents can vote on status with USnewsinfoAngkas says sorry for tweet likening service to sexMORE STORIESnewsinfo‘Aquaman’ Jason Momoa visits protesters blocking new Hawaii telescopenewsinfoCourt: Non-native Guam residents can vote on status with USnewsinfoAngkas says sorry for tweet likening service to sexIn ersatz capitalism, economic gains are highly privatized but economic losses are socialized. This happens when the power of the capitalists is so strong that they also control government policies for their own good. And the power of the capitalists becomes very strong when the market they are in is highly characterized by oligopoly, if not pure monopoly, that restricts free competition in the real sense of that word. Competition means not just having many competing buyers but also many competing producers and sellers. 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I had been reading many books in economics and I could never remember reading a line which says that government is there to create jobs. What is the role of government in the economy? Is it to create jobs? It depends on the problem the nation faces.If a country suffers low productivity or inefficiency, then the government will focus on its efficiency enhancing role or objective. This will require moving resources from areas where their value or contribution to gross domestic product (GDP) creation is little into areas that give greater value per unit of investment and greater contribution to the GDP. This also includes building up the infrastructure of the country and providing basic support services to make business profitable and the whole society function smoothly, including changing the basic law of the land and other laws when necessary to make the country more investment friendly.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
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Pinterest 0 By CBN on June 22, 2018 Facebook Tumblr Share. LinkedIn Google+ The Evolution of the Australian Financial System and the Inherent Risks That Exist The Australian corporate financing sector has undergone dramatic changes in recent years. Australian businesses typically finance their investments through a combination of internal sources and external sources. The external sources include traditional banks and financial institutions, while internal sources are company funds (a.k.a. cash flows). The global financial crisis of 2008 resulted in a tightening of credit lines from traditional sources. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in Australia were subject to increasingly stringent requirements vis-à-vis paperwork, qualifying criteria, and associated information. Bank approval is also a lengthy process which is dependent on multiple checks and balances along the way.Research conducted by the Reserve Bank of Australia, Morningstar, and Bloomberg indicates that internal sources of funding for Australian businesses have increased since 2007. That figure is now hovering between 10% and 20% of all funds invested in companies. External sources of funding through banks have whipsawed somewhat since 2007 when they were at multiyear highs. Since the global financial crisis, the amount of funding approved by traditional banks and financial institutions has decreased sharply, notably between 2011 – 2015. However, borrowing has continued as Australian businesses expand operations domestically and abroad.Internal funding has superseded external funding since 2008. This is known as the ‘post crisis phase’ of financing for Australian businesses. Between 2007 – 2015, the prices of global commodities dropped dramatically. Since many Australian listed companies are involved in commodity exports, this put a damper on profitability and decreased ROI. With lower cash flows, companies had to find other ways to re-invest their funds. Divestitures, mergers, acquisitions, and debt-fueled financing have driven company investments. It’s important to understand the costs of external financing activities. Overall, the RBA found that companies which dabble in resources management tend to finance their activity from internal sources. When debt/finance investments are evaluated, external financing is typically used. Australian businesses tend to have a low degree of leverage, since internal funding through cash flows and re-invested profits is on the rise.Are FinTech Financial Corporations Making a Splash in Australia?There has been a notable tightening of credit markets in Australia since 2007. However, that has facilitated the rise of alternative lending in the form of FinTech financial corporations. Otherwise known as non-bank corporate lending, the Australian economic landscape is now rife with a selection of leading market players.The financial technology companies which are making a big impact in the land down under include P2P lending, P2P banking, mobile payment solutions, insurtech and cryptocurrency/blockchain technology. The efficacy of FinTech lending to corporates in Australia is evident throughout the island nation. Small Business Loans Australia is an aggregator platform that provides Australian businesses (Small and Medium Businesses) with access to a variety of non-bank lenders with high credibility and customer satisfaction ratings.Banks find it difficult to compete with the quick & easy application and approval processes that FinTech companies can provide. For many SMBs in Australia, it’s difficult to provide a detailed history of business activity/credit profiles. Additionally, a business that does not have a substantial asset base will find it challenging to be approved by a traditional bank. Fortunately, these are not the requirements of many corporate lenders in the FinTech space. The simplification of application processes, and the shortened processing times have also allowed for more Australian businesses to get up and running and start generating profits. These are the most important benefits of the burgeoning FinTech boom in corporate financing. Twitter E-Headlines Email