Government Stability

In this respect some conditions outlined as: metals, fossil fuels and minerals must not be extracted at one higher rate than its reabsorption in the Earth’s crust; artificial substances must not be produced at one higher rate its disintegration and absorption in the Earth’s crust; the man must not reduce the productive areas of the nature or harvest most of what nature can create; human needs must be addressed with the most efficient methods possible in use of resources and more socially fair way to achieve social stability. The comment, although this sounds simple, originating implications that could limit many areas, as for example, the mining and the extraction of fuels, as well as the production of long-lasting substances foreign to the nature, is made conditions that the century firms currently must comply in order to contribute to the ecological and social stability in the world in general. For the Venezuelan case this should be very seriously, where the current Government must give prominence to the role of enterprises and the security that their operations do not deteriorate the environment, know leverage, rational and ethically the riches that the country provides without affecting anyone, giving preference to the interests individuals, to which the community, population requires. The independence between the companies and the Government: this is very significant, because Governments may no longer have the control over the destination of the industries that produce in their countries, but, on the contrary, must give way to the globalization of markets and capital to create an enabling environment that generates competitive advantages for companies, them should be supported for its development, operability and not hinder them sectoral and industry convergence: differences that hitherto had delimited the sectors public and private companies of a country are gradually disappearing, i.e. are are witnessing radical changes where enterprises of the State should also put emphasis on outcomes and systematic administration.

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