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I would expect attention for the very much discussed subjects (development of the less wealthy and minorities, pollution, safety on the roads, honest administration, etc.), but I add this expectation/suggestion: a very strong investment in everything concernoing the youth, as education, sports and cultural activities. Do more than what you think suitable. China will be paid back for that.|
And pay attention that the young do not become a prey of false myth, as I have seen it started to happen. Luxury and the possession of luxury goods is not something of interest for the real rich and wise people. Much better to dedicate onself to improving one's knowledge or the ability of doing something special, and becoming respected and well known for that.
Knowledge is a multiplicator of wealth and can have a huge economic fall-out in the long run.
Mere consumption helps rising the GNP in a certain period of time, but doesn't make a People and a Nation wealthier or better prepared to face future challanges. And we all know that challanges will arive...
Internal consumption must be stimulated, sure, but try to orient those consumptions towards something that represents a self-improvement, not just buying things, very often quickly outfashoned in a short time.
Better to learn how to fly an aircraft than flying in first class to Hong Kong to buy a luxury watch.
The first activity ameliorates a person and boosts a new national industry. The second improves just a lititlle a futile commerce.
This is the opinion of an European who has known both poverty and richness.
My best wishes to the new management of your extremely interesting Country.