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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Revaluing oil and relationships?

Latin American Herald Tribune reports:

"Venezuela's Real Oil Revenue Could Fall to under $30 Billion in 2009


But given our numbers, if oil prices remain where they are today, international reserves will be drawn down by mid-year to dangerously low levels, forcing the Government to execute a significant adjustment of the economy"

or a new debt free currency will emerge?

It's unknown because all 3 variants evolve:

Last sentence "Now you can identify the competitiveness of your organization in order to correct it" is still actual - does the current currency defensive strategy make sense?

You can consider this by Verna Allee:

"They are developing the competency to map global action networks and the roles and relationships in complex global systems such as finance. Rather than trying to reform the institutions we are focused on the networks that are emerging to connect those institutions and in some cases to simply work around them. There are those who question if our institutions even can adequately address complex issues such as climate change and other action networks are emerging to take initiative. In other cases such as finance the existing systems must necessarily be involved and at the same time a new system is clearly emerging".

It looks as if changes/varieties residing in not agreeing people and meaning usage of the existing systems.

I think there is misunderstading how varieties work.

Do you really think that the existing systems can be in the state of being various from themselves at the same time?

If yes, I would like to see an example.


Nikolay Kryachkov said...

Maybe a cause of changes/varieties is the existing systems and the action networks should work around them first of all? If not, changes/varieties are beyond human consciousness and knowledge.

Nikolay Kryachkov said...

RIA Novosti Russia reports:

"The Russian president said Moscow and Caracas could switch to national currencies in bilateral payments.

"We have discussed with President Chavez the use of the national currencies, the ruble and the bolivar, in bilateral payments," Medvedev said at a news conference in Caracas".