1. Statement: Should Government close down loss-making public sector enterprises? Arguments: No. All employees will lose their jobs, security and earning, what would they do? Yes. In a competitive world the rule is 'survival of the fittest'.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.29 am
    Closing down public-sector enterprises will definitely throw the engaged persons out of employment. So, argument I holds. Also, closing down is no solution for a loss-making enterprise. Rather, its causes of failure should be studied, analyzed and the essential reforms implemented. Even if this does not work out, the enterprise may be privatized. So, argument II is vague,
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