Bill: Progressive Conservative Party Economic Policy Agenda
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: April 4222
This Is the Economic Agenda of the Progressive Conservative Party,Our Party Believes in a Free Market where the Government needs to interfere only when it is absolutely necessary.
Regarding Foreign Investment,We believe that current Government regulations only hinders FDI and we believe that Deregulating Foreign Investment and allowing Foreign Investors to hold a majority share is the best way to go.
When it comes To our Airports and Our TOC Policy,We Absolutely believe that the private sector is best equipped to manage them and we believe that Government intrusion only Hinders their Efficiency.
We request all parties to state their views and also support this proposal.
Leader of the Progressive Conservatives
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding foreign investments.
Old value:: Foreign investors may invest in national companies, but may not get a majority share.
Current: Foreign investors may freely invest in national companies.
Proposed: Foreign investors may freely invest in national companies.
Old value:: The State owns and operates a national TOC, alongside private TOCs.
Current: Private companies operate TOCs throughout the country.
Proposed: Private companies operate TOCs throughout the country.
Old value:: The government has some involvement in the ownership and operation of airports, but leaves a role for the private sector too.
Current: The government leaves airports entirely to the private sector.
Proposed: The government leaves airports entirely to the private sector.
Old value:: The state owns national defence industries but these exist alongside privately owned defence industries.
Current: Defence industries are privately owned and not subsidised.
Proposed: Defence industries are privately owned but subsidised by the state.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy on industry and subsidies to industrial operations.
Old value:: The government acts as an investor of last resort, by nationalizing failing industries that provide vital goods or services.
Current: The government does not intervene in the market nor provide any form of subsidies/relief to industries.
Proposed: The government subsidizes private enterprises that face bankruptcy.
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