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Treating the creation of products mechanically illuminates, examining buying and selling obscures. An economics book I once downloaded childishly explains; economics examines relations and who gets the bigger piece of the pie.

No no no, you shut the fuck up. You are not a good autocrat. You go to hell. Give you a bigger piece of the pie I will, and kill you too, when we cross that road. Because the merchant and the aristocrat and the bureaucrat all alike must die at their given times, or with their interests destroy the machine (bureaucracy) and the entire country too. I know what I'm talking about, I've read history.

But those who are engaged in governing, in the world, chiefly dismiss the law and place reliance on private appraisal, and this is what brings disorder in a state. The early kings hung up scales with standard weights, and fixed the length of feet and inches, and to the present day these are followed as models because their divisions were clear. Now dismissing standard scales and yet deciding weight, or abolishing feet and inches and yet forming an opinion about length - even an intelligent merchant would not apply this system, because it would lack definiteness. Now, if the back is turned on models and measures, and reliance is placed on private appraisal, in all those cases there would be a lack of definiteness.

If there is an intelligent ruler or a loyal minister born in this age who wishes to lead his country, then he should not for one moment be forgetful of the law, but he should conquer and destroy cabals, control and abolish eloquence, and relying on the law, the country will enjoy order.

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All the economic world id under recession.Even the strongest economies of the world are facing worst situation.Its very difficult for major investors to get incorporated with a new registered organization specially in the third world countries.But in recent days there is a slight betterment in major economies of the world.

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The state of the economy means nothing. All countries go to ruin with poor system.

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