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Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby Vivacious » Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:15 am

Aww :oops:

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby STARKAST » Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:31 am

Somalis should accept Foreign direct investment however shouldn't be violated to the extent as done in SA and Congo etc etc.
We need foreign expertise to create wealth in our society.

Somalia is open for shop..Globalization isn't so bad however i don't mean the type undertaken by the Neo-liberal machine.

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby original dervish » Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:40 am

Do you think Somalia can dictate to the global corporations?..........it's the other way around.

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby STARKAST » Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:48 am

Globalization in moderation is good, China, South Korea, Taiwan, SA and even kenya welcomes it and in the east Asian examples these countries are growing exponentially.
Even IBM and Intel is setting up shop in Kenya :lol:

Somalis lack skills and liquid, FDI is a good thing. But i guess our leaders are not mature enough for that, sell it for themselves.

http://www.research.ibm.com/articles/africa.shtml

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby original dervish » Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:50 am

Too corrupt.

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby InoCabdi » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:00 am

somalia's natural resources should be handled by no one but the govt.

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby STARKAST » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:15 am

Somalis have record unemployment, we can't wait until the world leaves us behind. Kenya and xabasha nation will be 2nd world soon and we ???

During the Kacaanka FDI was implemented how do you think we got all those factories and refineries thank you Romania.

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby jalaaludin5 » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:23 am

You need stability first and rule of law.

somaalidu runta iskuma sheegaan
nin waliba khiyaali ayu ku jira
deep down even the most "level headed" ones in hear are full of it.
they talk about one thing in here and hope for somethin else.

The only Q that matter is,...is there realy a Somalia?

the answer is NO!

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R.I.P

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby jalaaludin5 » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:25 am

Somalis have record unemployment, we can't wait until the world leaves us behind. Kenya and xabasha nation will be 2nd world soon and we ???

During the Kacaanka FDI was implemented how do you think we got all those factories and refineries thank you Romania.
What focking kacaan are you talking about?

Wake up and smell the bantu faqsh boy and stop hallucinating.

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Re: Somalia's Uranium and Yttrium

Postby STARKAST » Sun Feb 02, 2014 7:00 am

:lol: My french cabid how you doing pruning the French gardens in Djibouti ? Too bad Syed never annexed French Somaliland, you'd be a free man.

Somalis a few decades ago were the largest exporter of Bananas in the world and was on the road to refining oil etc etc !
When someone mentions the past government you people need to put your emotions in the back seat and accept the facts.

I'm just stating what Somalis should do, think of this as a think tank. I'm quite well aware Somalia today can't implement it however we need to plan for the future.
There is an element of wishful thinking i'm aware off too.........but thats life.


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