Fix your Banking System First. Determine if your Finance minister is able to impliment reforms across your banking system with a reform plan. Borrow from future earnings to use at present Do likewise the ECB has done if you cannot see your future. Most important is to make your banks recession proof. – Contributed by Oogle.
The government must be able to first determine the demands of each sector, the numbers of jobs required, either thru past statistical data or surveys, so as to match the graduates to the anticipated jobs available:
1) Determine an applicant’s suitability for the job and the posibilty of default for the loan. Other than an aptitude test on the areas of interest, the govt must be confident the applicant can definitely find a full time job in their areas of interest.
2) Those who fall out of the system and are unable to repay their loans, the govt can work with NGOs to make it compulsory to do community service to reciprocate so that benefits can be returned to society.
It is not impossible to work with IMF/World Bank to lower your risks of default by knowing the defaults of demand and supply from the United Nations on global trends. The default rate is high because you do not know the market dynamics and you give out loans without calculating the risks of default. In this way, you can reach a level of sustainability so you can fulfill your election promises.
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