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Jokes Etc / Re: Jesus Is Always The Answer by goldennugget: 5:36am On Feb 04, 2017
Jokes Etc / Re: Memes For Wrestling Fans by goldennugget: 5:50am On Feb 03, 2017
Fashion / Re: Oriflame Cosmetics Products by goldennugget: 5:47am On Feb 03, 2017
I also heard Oriflame is the third largest perfume seller in the world. It seems to be a well structured company.
Religion / Re: The God Of A Second Chance by goldennugget: 5:29am On Feb 03, 2017
Please can you space this article. I can barely read anything because it is jam-packed.
Music/Radio / Re: Top Songs You Must Hear This Month by goldennugget: 4:36am On Feb 03, 2017
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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 2013 Nigeria Liquified Natural Gas (NLNG) Graduate Trainee by goldennugget: 4:33pm On Jun 08, 2015
All the best to guys starting tomorrow. Wishing you best of luck
Politics / Re: The New Face Of Aso Rock by goldennugget: 11:28pm On May 31, 2015
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Politics / Difference Between The IMF And The World Bank by goldennugget: 12:59pm On May 30, 2015
Extract from: http://www.tinyqualityhomes.org/

World Bank is about growth. IMF is about stability. World Bank is for development projects in the developing world. IMF is about balancing the international financial system in both rich and poor countries [Greece is a recent recipient].

World Bank is your gym trainer - provides you stuff to grow strong. IMF is your doctor in emergency ward. They will try to bring you back to life & provide you advice on not eating that fatty food again. World Bank brings no stigma. IMF aid sometimes brings a stigma because it indicates that you have a disease that needs to be cured.

Both the organizations are for governments to borrow. You go to the World Bank when you want to build a dam or power plant or a road. You go to the IMF when you are so bleeped up that your currency is dropping like crazy. IMF comes and usually fixes stuff along with providing a mouthful of advice.

World Bank is a bank. Meaning it borrows money from investors around the world and then lends to the poor governments that are building projects that help them out of poverty.

IMF is a fund. Meaning it has a pool of money given to it by 182 member countries in the past and just lends out of that fund. It doesn't usually borrow new money.
Politics / What Happens If A Country Fails To Pay Back A Loan From The IMF? by goldennugget: 12:49pm On May 30, 2015
Governments are like drunken monkeys. They always run the show in deficit and need a constant shot of debt. As long as they play by the rules, money keeps coming in to pay the deficit. However, the moment they attempt to default to their most powerful lenders, everything stops. Argentina and other countries that boldly declared that they would not pay to the IMF had to eventually kneel down and pay the loan with interest. Greece recently said they would "squeeze blood out of a stone" to repay the debt.

Here is what happens to a country that messes with the IMF:
1. Everyone else stops lending to that country. That would force the government to drastically cut back on expenses, leading to domestic riots.

2. Foreign investors would quit the stock markets and eventually even direct investments would vanish. That would ransack the stock markets and destroy domestic companies. More unemployment and more riots.

3. The currency would fall like a rock. Here is how gold and US dollar rose against the peso after its default in 2001.

4. When the currency falls that rapidly, the country would be unable to import essential goods. That would mean scarcity, poverty and riots.

5. Inflation would rapidly increase destroying savings and destroying wealth. More riots.

6. The riots and scarcity would destroy whatever remaining local companies.

7. The riots, currency and everything else would make the country and its leaders laughing stocks of the world.

SUMMARY: 1) IMF never forgets its debt.
2) If you don't pay back the IMF, the lender of the last resort to the world, then no one will lend you money. I mean, really, no one.

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Education / Interesting Mathematical Coincidence by goldennugget: 12:24pm On May 30, 2015

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