How to solve the world's banking crisis

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IT IS some time since I wrote for Fin24.

I don't like repeating everything and boring my readers. However, I have been far from idle. I am developing a course in macro-economic design and management.

It applies basic laws of economics where they have not been applied. These are laws which cannot be refuted. Laws which, if not followed by the design of the financial framework, result in unnecessary social and financial costs, even financial chaos, for the nation. Yes, we have chaos.

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