A bad situation may sometimes have good effects, and what is required
now is to draw lessons from this global economic crisis and the
subsequent losses suffered by most countries. Science maintains there is
no such thing as "absolute truth", but the current global financial
crisis is evidence that there is no absolute free market. Truth is
always relative, just like freedom.
It is important to look for positive points to find a way
out of the financial crisis. Despite the gloom of the global economy and
the pessimistic atmosphere enveloping the entire world, all countries,
separately or collectively, are working hard to contain the crisis, or
at least to minimise losses.
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