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Saturday, January 08, 2011


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Mohan Chandra Pargaien

Nice post. There is need to have much interventions like Brazil to bridge the gap but same time we need to be watchful as this may tempt people to not to work or contribute to the growth and envelopment of a Country.The Indian Government initiative of launching a massive programme of providing at least 100 days employment ( The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) is one of the initiatives to address this issue.

J Newman


That sounds like a good plan for some countries. Is something similar being tried in other places?

In the US, Spain and many other countries, it seems that there isn't sufficient paid employment for those who want to work. Our Canadian government has just laid off large numbers of government employees.

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