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    USA things to be changed to further develop the country. Do you have any ideas?
    Do you think there are things needed to be changed or has to happen to further develop the country USA? If so, please mention below and give reasons.
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    We need everyone's view and please share your ideas and views.
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    The Kingdom of Spain agrees with this statement and would support increased rights for minorities but is in no such position to force the US Congress or President to act.
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    Yes, I too agree with you, Will!
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    If you guys do not understand what this thread is about, well, let me give you some hints!

    From my point of view,
    Shooting and use of guns should be stopped as the people shoot also for no reason.THere is no reason when a stranger shoots people walking in the road. It's about life of human kind!

    Next, the work employment. Job opportunities should be raised. Also for foreign employment seekers.Green card should be truthfully working for those seeking green cards.

    And any more?Please type it below.

    This is for improvements which everyone needs to learn.
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    Belgium would like to see a more heavy-handed approach to regulation in the US financial sector.

    As a financial powerhouse; home to some of the world's largest hedge-funds, commercial and retail banks, it has become almost commonplace to see corrupt, maniplative and exploitative schemes emerge from Wall Street; characters such as Mr Madoff (of Bernard Madoff Investment Securities), Mr Skilling (of Enron), Mr Belfort (of Stratton Oakmont) are perfect examples.

    Belgium would like to see a larger levy, and graver consequences to institutions involved in these schemes, to pressure and encourage scrutiny from within an organisation, rather than see the institution distanced and separated from the individual at the point of inestigation. As seen in 2008, the repercussions of events in the United States have, and will continue to ripple around the world. We are all exposed to the dollar, whether we agree with this or not.

    The best way to stabilize the global economy is to fight it from the source. This is not to say that the USA is the sole perpetrator of financial crime, but a strong message from a world leader would surely reverberate, and serve as an example for other nations to follow.

    We should not allow these institutions the right of limited liability; to 'plead the 5th', when the lives of so many are so directly affected by their actions.
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    (Original post by TDWM)
    Belgium would like to see a more heavy-handed approach to regulation in the US financial sector.

    As a financial powerhouse; home to some of the world's largest hedge-funds, commercial and retail banks, it has become almost commonplace to see corrupt, maniplative and exploitative schemes emerge from Wall Street; characters such as Mr Madoff (of Bernard Madoff Investment Securities), Mr Skilling (of Enron), Mr Belfort (of Stratton Oakmont) are perfect examples.

    Belgium would like to see a larger levy, and graver consequences to institutions involved in these schemes, to pressure and encourage scrutiny from within an organisation, rather than see the institution distanced and separated from the individual at the point of inestigation. As seen in 2008, the repercussions of events in the United States have, and will continue to ripple around the world. We are all exposed to the dollar, whether we agree with this or not.

    The best way to stabilize the global economy is to fight it from the source. This is not to say that the USA is the sole perpetrator of financial crime, but a strong message from a world leader would surely reverberate, and serve as an example for other nations to follow.

    We should not allow these institutions the right of limited liability; to 'plead the 5th', when the lives of so many are so directly affected by their actions.
    Can you provide a link which supports your view according to the US financial sector affecting lives by their actions?
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    (Original post by Will95206)
    The Kingdom of Spain agrees with this statement and would support increased rights for minorities but is in no such position to force the US Congress or President to act.
    Please keep active in this thread as we have to discuss opinions of other countries as well and all countries opinion and to give ideas or ask questions if you don't/agree with a countries idea.It's necessary!
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    I don't know if this is what you're looking for as in change but as an American, I think we need to abandon the idea of the
 
 
 
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