“China cut interest rates for the third time in six months on Sunday, and analysts predicted policymakers would relax reserve requirements and cut rates again in the coming months.” Reuters
- Incentive breeds change.
- Barriers sometime come in the form of profit for one group.
- Too much regulation can cause dissent.
- Growth can derive from ease of charges.
- Fear of disorder may cause concentrated wealth.
- Dissemination of new profit opportunities dispels greed.