the art of profitability
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the art of profitability

1. Industrial age Larger suppliers can borrow cheaply from the government's regular contributions, which means they have little incentive to raise savings rates to attract customers' deposits and then lend. Adam Smith began as a logical starting point for "the personal gratification of the activity of personal gratification," and the market was "laissez-faire". The activities of the government completely unable to intervene in the pursuit of personal wealth, also don't have to worry about the laissez-faire altogether will create chaos, "an invisible hand" will be taking the laissez-faire personal economic activities arranged in perfect order. In other words, Adam Smith's market concept focuses on limiting government interference in individual economic activities. The wealth of nations also spends a considerable amount of time attacking the mercantilist policies that interfere with individual economic activity and limit individual economic power (property rights). Later classical economists stuck to their laissez-faire views. Of course, for ordinary people, the yield is 3.9% or 4%, not much. But for yu 'e bao, which has 1.56 trillion yuan, the difference is significant. International Bank Transfers are often called global ACH. However, in fact, the actual term ACH, which means the Automated Clearing House network, is the term for electronic funds transfers only in the United States and Canada. But, functionality, international bank transfers are analogous to ACH. The division of labor is becoming more and more elaborate, the process is more and more complicated, and the coordination is more strict. To put these complex organisms organized scientifically, make each link and department activities can join each other in time, space and Numbers, both around the overall objectives, and acted, coordinate each other, there must be a strict plan. The organization, coordination, control and so on in management, if there is no plan, is as unthinkable as the automobile assembly plant without the design of the process.