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  • Paunic, Alida

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Despite globalization which often tends to serves its own interest through fast capital movement, maximization of profit, cost cutting and global mind making, each country is on its own path to future. This path is paved with past achievements, government decision about taxation, privatization, usage and export of natural wealth, efficiency and environmental decisions but as well as mentality, consumer strengths, weaknesses and ability to change or not long term decisions regarding the human life and existence. How country is capable to recognize friends, trading opportunities, use inner strengths, respect past achievements and ancestors, develop creative approach in production, visualize future path while being aware of today’s needs are just a few steps on the long journey called overall country success. One part of it is economy which incorporates Feng Shui in its future cash flow as well as quality of life overall.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 17547.

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Date of creation: 29 Sep 2009
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