The mood of the streets after military leader killed

We believe there are two imperatives: First, personal consumption in all countries, developed and developing alike, must be much more in balance with internal consumer goods production; and second, the major “surplus nations” need to immediately deploy a significant portion of their accumulated foreign reserves to where it will do the most good in stimulating weak parts of the world economy, whether that be within their own economies, overseas in the form of long-term development loans, and/or in Official Development Assistance (ODA).