Thursday, September 12, 2013

What Investment Destination really means

This is what they mean when they talk about India / a particular state in India being an investment destination:

Investment destination = plundering grounds for wiping out rich ecosystems, ripping self-sufficient communities away from the lands they've maintained in pristine condition for thousands of years, extracting mineral resources for free, dumping deadly pollution and socializing the costs.

Throw 1 lakh people out and employ 1000 in cleaning the trash and the toilets.

For every $1 in fiat, fake currency invested in India, there's anywhere between $10 to $1000 worth of real wealth being taken out. That's investment 101. It benefits the investor, not the receiver. No politics, just simple slash-and-burn economics.

Gujarat's been plundered pretty thoroughly, now time for fresher meat.

This was in response to:
"Odisha top investment destination in India, Gujarat slips to 5th slot".

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