quote by Paul Kagame

The new Rwanda is about building an economy that delivers prosperity and opportunity for our citizens based on a robust private sector. Foreign adventures would be costly and counterproductive distractions from these challenging objectives.

— Paul Kagame

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Private sector quote 3 things to keep private: Your love. Your income. Your next move.

3 things to keep private: Your love. Your income. Your next move.

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The private sector is doing fine.

The new mixed economy looks...for a synergy between public and private sectors.

Private sector quote Be the same person privately, publicly and personally.

Be the same person privately, publicly and personally.

If you look at the fact that the best chance we have for a good economy is the private sector. The government cannot create jobs. If the government could create jobs, then Communism would have worked. But didn't work. So what we have to do is allow the private sector and the entrepreneurial spirit to lead us back to a job-filled recovery.

Big Brother in the form of an increasingly powerful government and in an increasingly powerful private sector will pile the records high with reasons why privacy should give way to national security, to law and order, to efficiency of operation, to scientific advancement and the like.

The healthcare bill not only is a monstrosity in terms of growing the government and cutting out the private sector, the way it was passed was sleazy. Every old Washington trick was used to pass the healthcare bill.

Private sector quote People who complain in private want an answer. People who complain in public wan

People who complain in private want an answer. People who complain in public want an audience.

We are a mixed economy. We will remain a mixed economy. The public and private sector will continue to play a very important role. The private sector in our country has very ample scope and I am confident that India's entrepreneurs have the capacity, and the will to rise to the occasion.

During the early 1960s, I decided to supplement research support for quantitative economic studies at Pennsylvania by selling econometric forecasts to private and public sector buyers.

Republican governors are leading the way in helping the private sector create new jobs, reforming government and getting our economy back on track.

During the early 1960s, I decided to supplement research support for quantitative economic studies at Pennsylvania by selling econometric forecasts to private and public sector buyers.

I ran for Congress not because I was having a mid-life crisis.

I left the private sector because I saw a looming financial crisis that was coming to this country. It's unsustainable.

Washington State has a strong tradition of a positive relationship - positive working relationship between labor and management, whether in the private sector or the public sector. It needs to continue to be that way.

A woman caring for her children; a woman striving to excel in the private sector; a woman partnering with her neighbors to make their street safer; a woman running for office to improve her country - they all have something to offer, and the more our societies empower women, the more we receive in return.

Isn't it fitting that so many of those who have contempt for the private sector will soon find themselves back in it?

The 'private sector' of the economy is, in fact, the voluntary sector;

and the 'public sector' is, in fact, the coercive sector.

If we are to make poverty history, we must have the active participation of States, civil society and the private sector, as well as individual volunteers.

There is no easy fix or youth unemployment.

Partnership between the public and private sectors can make a big difference.

Strong economic growth, and especially a significant increase in private sector investment, is the only sustainable path forward for Rwanda.

History has shown that a government's redistribution of shrinking wealth, in preference to a private sector's creation of new sources of it, can prove more destructive than even the most deadly enemy.

We need the private sector to create jobs.

If the government could create jobs Communism would have worked, but it didn't.

I think that anybody that stays in school, gets good grades, pays the price, I think we are wealthy enough in the public and the private sector in America to make sure that every child in America that wants to continue their education, they should be able to do that.

The three top issues have to be restoring jobs and private sector job growth to our country, getting the entitlement mess under control, and restoring back to our country a sense of self-confidence that Americans can achieve whatever we want to achieve.

We make a lot of fun at President Clinton's expense.

But this transition is going to be tough because it's been 25 years since this guy has gotten laid in the private sector.

You cannot have development in today's world without partnering with the private sector.

People share a universal behavioural trait: if there are profits to be made, the effort to get that money will attract investment. This is true in the private sector, the market sector, as well as the public sector.

Government has a habit of blaming the private sector for its own failings while taking credit for advances we in fact owe to the private sector.

The private sector can go forward, if it must, with destruction of embryos for questionable and ethically challenged science. But spend the people's money on proven blood cord, bone marrow, germ cell, and adult cell research.

Through electing officials that will protect the Constitution and commit themselves to the rights of the people and the health of the nation, we will be able to ensure that no group of ideologues and no private sector institution can coopt our rights, take us into senseless wars and steal the nation from its people.

The economic welfare of all our people must ultimately stem not from government programs, but from the wealth created by a vigorous private sector.

Indeed the three policy pillars of the neoliberal age-privatization of the public sphere, deregulation of the corporate sector, and the lowering of income and corporate taxes, paid for with cuts to public spending-are each incompatible with many of the actions we must take to bring our emissions to safe levels.

Public servants say, always with the best of intentions, 'What greater service we could render if only we had a little more money and a little more power.' But the truth is that outside of its legitimate function, government does nothing as well or as economically as the private sector.

Adopting and promoting sustainable production practices require concerted effort, something which in practice is too often missing or insufficient. Making this shift at the scale required demands forward-looking leadership in the public and private sectors alike.

Living standards in both the public and private sector have to be brought down.

The private sector has to sell more abroad and consume less at home. The government sector has to get closer to just spending what it can collect in taxes.

Since the government creates no wealth, it can only transfer the wealth required to hire people. Even if the government creates a million jobs, that is not a net increase in jobs, when the money that pays for those jobs is taken from the private sector, which loses that much ability to create private jobs.

If we have an honest discussion on whether the war on poverty should be fought with welfare or with economic growth in the private sector, Democrats will lose black votes.

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