A New Spin on Development Finance
We can outperform China and Russia in global development
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Chinese acquisitions are well coordinated, tactical, and serve an expansionist agenda.
Taking on the Chinese investment model
Put a 100 American investors into the same room, and what do you get? A 100+ ideas about what to invest in, where, when, and how. But Chinese investment involves a singular and collective vision coming to pass on every continent habitable by human beings on earth. It seeks to control trade in targeted locations and drive as much wealth as possible back to China in a variety of forms. It enslaves developing countries through predatory loans, and brings social instability with its development.
How can American companies compete with an investment strategy that uses Communist China as a major funding source? When we unpacked this problem, we found solutions that are surprisingly simple.
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Integrated Border Security System for Land, Air, and Sea combatting the drone threat and illicit trafficking.
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Strengthen international alliances and help businesses of all sizes grow on multiple continents.
New power grids using both fossil fuels and green technology to quench global energy demands.
Investment in global supply chain infrastructure to increase import-export capacity, security, and GDP.
Purified drinking water, repaired dams and hydro-electric power stations, and restored marine life in lakes and rivers.
Training for men and women working in fragile countries to evade hostage-taking and terror attacks.
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We don’t need to form a socialist or communist global order to achieve progress.
Retooling Foreign Direct Investment
It doesn’t take a communist directive to point one’s investment capital in the same direction. It simply takes an investment coalition that shares the same vision and mission. In the area of transportation infrastructure, we can invest in airports and seaports along an entire global supply chain rather than looking at each city or country as an isolated investment. Where China has focused on building land bridges, we can build air and sea bridges that increase the import-export capacity of each investment partner as we add to each GDP. And we con’t need to duplicate China’s aggressive land-grabbing to pull this off. Our global development model increases investment opportunities in allied countries while reducing the security footprint required to operate.
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American development in allied countries has never allowed for the maintenance of infrastructure in the US homeland.
Our Reciprocal Partnership Program
Our reciprocal partnership model takes the security, resource and infrastructure investment that the US makes in allied countries through aid and other programs and allocates portions of each country’s raw materials or manufacturing to go towards domestic infrastructure within the United States. This means that a portion of the resources the US is given access for overseas development usually for private industry will help build dams, bridges, airport, seaports, and other needed infrastructure at home.
This model also assesses how multiple investments across trade partners can best produce a number of outcomes. Among these outcomes are increased capacity to repair outdated infrastructure, nourish new international relations, stimulate international trade by utilizing developing economies with some established industries to help build others starting from scratch; more efficient use of raw materials internationally; and the rapid recovery of fragile nations and the achievement of regional stability.
We can also introduce a performance programs to developing countries receiving USAID so that they can qualify for development finance at increasing levels based on how they handle resources and lower investment risk. This provides incentives for development countries and important measuring tools to help establish credit.
Where Entrepreneurship Meets Wildlife
Development in the U.S. has not led to such complications as displaced elephants crossing streets, but as countries in Asia and Africa become more developed finding solutions for large animals comes with the territory literally. As new industrial zones and residential areas are planned in these environments, its a great time to design in areas for preservation and wild-life relocation, and allocate work to charities and NGOs focused on preserving habitats. Together, we can create wild success stories for man and beast.
Managing urban sprawl in developing countries can actually include lions, tigers, and bears, elephants.
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