Axe the bureaucrats

July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p14
The article suggests the need to restructure the economic approach in Great Britain in response to the struggling economic condition in 2009. Results of a market survey suggest that the economy needs a wider and firmer approach to remain stable despite the downturn. It is also recommended that the government should take decisions like dismissal of two million people from the public sector especially redundant employees.


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