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Well, Mrs Perry has another idea. Maybe Blenglish didn't really
mean inflation - widely & generally, as a noun? Maybe he meant
price increases were not as expected? Because a price increase
And inflation is implicated in
those things, how, exactly?
I wonder if you are confusing internal debt with o'seas indebtedness?
And that's gov't internal versus external debt, excluding private debt.
As I see it, blenglish is talking about what the gummint earns
in taxes and excise, etc., and what it spends on whatever. So
I see that as a very short cycle - one that is not materially
That said, Austro, how on earth does
'high inflation' reduce a country's debt?
Or make it difficult to reduce its debt?
Because, if high inflation does, in some
perverse way, help reduce a...
What a damning indictment early on in that report:
Lambs to the slaughter and the ratepayers pay the butchers.
Economic Conditions A 'Challenge' - English
20 November 2014
Can some erudite forumite please explain how high inflation is
necessary to achieve a current account surplus? Pretty please.
As I recall, the Wanganui Police Computer was a resounding success.
The project manager would not consider any extra wish list items,
under any circumstances, after scoping close-off date - a fact...
I don't think those posits necessarily follow. I.e. contracting out versus
in house. It's some other malaise that afflicts councils. And national govt.,
too. Perhaps because they have the...
The clients don't understand?
Or the IT people can't explain
it clearly enough so they do?
Only one 101 error?
And then some!
The long-suffering hapless Auckland ratepayers
must be really browned off with all this. That
said - and as has been observed on the forums
in the past - new computer systems have a
Although not specific to property managers, my recent experiences have helped
confirm that either there is no recession to speak of; or many NZ businesses
give no service to speak of.
He tax it back. Well, somewhat.
Knowithal (noun) lacking the knowledge of how to do something.
These and many, many days past, as I see it.
Because - despite plaints to the contrary - the RTA
is one horribly pro-tenant-biased piece of legislation.
Another potential dilemma is the one-size-fits-all approach adopted by banks,
more often than not. Something like:...
And more and more and more. Year after year after year.
Stupidity: doing the same thing as before but expecting...
Nah - you go and ask to see the lending people, then get a fit of the sneezes! :icon_twisted:
That was my thought, too. What's the present situation with paid maternity leave, anyway?
Here we go again, folks
How's the world looking, now?
I did phrase that badly - yes.
The average trend is up, if for
no other reason than gummint-
What I should've said was get-
ting the peaks and troughs in
that average is...
I wasn't seeking to point-the-finger. More to emphasise
the almost impossibility of making prosperity predictions.
If I recall aright, you had advice you had from a certain
guru that gave you a...
But if there were no buyers (or no profit) wouldn't people stop doing it?
Make a note: check back in 12 month's time! ;)
Haven't you told us that you were once a financial victim of a...