Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Ending the Current Recession (Part 3 of 5): Product Lines for Joint Venture Partners

The 1st World has to take the lead in ending the current recession by financing its Expand World Markets (EWM) program thru trillion-dollar bond issues over scores of years. The 3rd World has to make sure local consumer markets expand at geometric rates by lending joint venture capital to thousand-employee investment unions thru its Loans for Mass Entrepreneurship law.

The 1st World has an excess of industry while the 3rd World lacks almost all types of industries. The EWM-LME scheme bridges the demand-supply gap, thereby enabling 1st World companies to acquire huge 3rd World markets, the sure way to climb out of the recession. As the new joint ventures create billions of new employees, 3rd World consumer purchasing power makes sure all production and service companies worldwide enjoy perpetual world-scale markets. What exactly may be the product lines that 1st World companies may sell to the 3rd World thru the EWM-LME schemes? Here’s a list of some necessities for Philippine joint venture schemes:

1. For ethanol distilleries: compressors, milling equipment, electric motors, transport equipment, industrial level vats, mixers, fermentation tanks, boilers, burners, stills, bio-waste furnaces, lab equipment and instruments, plant housing, construction materials and equipment, etc.

2. For multi-crop farms, ranches and managed forests: hand tractors, 3-wheel tractors, irrigation pumps, pipes and sprinklers, mini-harvesters, electric motors, transformers, electrical lines, milking equipment, meat cutters and grinders, freezers and coolers, canning equipment, fruit juice and purees processing equipment, portable juicers for sorghum stalks, trucks, brush cutters, grain and feeds mills, silos and grain elevators, livestock feed mixers, hand tools, brush cutters, construction materials, furniture making equipment, portable sawmills, consumer appliances, lab equipment, etc.

3. For mini-dam and hydropower plant chains: cement, steel bars and beams, roofing, paints, mini-turbines, 25-100 kw alternators, copper and aluminum cables, dynamite, transformers, rock grinders, concrete mixers, back hoes, etc.

4. For thousand-hectare reforested eco-resorts: construction materials for ‘flowery cliff’’ hotels, condos, office and school buildings: materials for mini-dam hydropower chain and water supply, mountaintop windmill generators, emergency thermal generators, office and school equipment and supplies, swimming pools and sports courts; stainless steel kitchen equipment, tableware, electric dish washers; building maintenance and cleaning equipment; hospital and health care equipment and supplies, furniture, interior d├ęcor, kiddie playgrounds, amusement park equipment, sanitary equipment, electrical equipment, electronic games, consumer appliances, school and office equipment and supplies, telecom and computer facilities, personal computers, etc.

5. For resort transport and sports equipment: island-hopping airports; small and medium airplanes, flying boats, motorized gliders, rescue and touring helicopters, medical trauma facilities, motorized yachts, commuter boats, multi-passenger tour boats, roll-on roll-off ships, work boats, liveaboards, recreational trawlers, sports fishing boats, boat tenders, bay sailers, cargo boats, navigation equipment, Coast Guard rescue boats and equipment, kayaks, jet skis, scuba gear and oxygen supply, surfboards, wakeboards, touring coasters and motor homes, etc.

6. For boat building and maintenance: marinas, resort town’s ports, port equipment, dry docks, fiberglass, travel lifts, electric winches, boatyard rails, boat repair equipment, sailmaking equipment, hand tools, epoxy and paints, foam, boat furniture carpentry equipment, marine engines (diesel, gas, E75 fueled), chandlery supplies, outboard engines, boat parts supply, etc.

7. For marine aquacultures: construction materials for artificial reefs, concrete breeding tanks and buildings; work boats, tugboats and barges, air compressors, metal diving suits, scuba gear, nets and floats for cages, fish traps, materials for bivalve culture, lab equipment, seaweed growing and processing equipment, freezers and coolers, fish fillet and marine products processing equipment, emergency generators, windmill generators, etc.

8. For distance study schools and universities: construction materials, school and office equipment and supply, consumer appliances and electronics, personal computers, internet servers and routers, radio and microwave transmitters and receivers, fiber optic equipment, lab and shop equipment, motorcycles for roving teachers, construction materials for rural weekend campuses, etc.

9. For parts supply, all industries: mini-mills for converting imported carbon steel and local nickel and chromate into stainless and alloy steels; foundries and machine shops for making spare parts; parts assembly equipment; steel rolling mills; sheet metal forming presses, machine tools, copper wire and electric motor factory machinery; equipment for making plastic and synthetic parts, etc.

10. For ethanol fuel distribution and transport services: stainless holding tanks, ethanol transport trucks, ships, tugboats and barges, E75 mixing facilities, fueling stations (land and sea), maintenance and safety equipment, engine conversion kits, E75 engine and gas turbine production equipment, ethanol-fueled cooking burners and stoves, parts for E75 fueled cars, buses, trucks, boats and ships, etc.

For myriads of other product and service lines: all manner of manufactures that 30 million Filipino employees and managers plus their multi-racial business partners can think of.

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