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Havenese Prosperity Agenda

The Havenese look to the frontiers as opportunities to be prosperous. To do this, we follow this agenda.

The strategy calls for the economic diversification of single-industry towns and the direct election of regional governors, which were previously presidential appointments.

In order to create favorable environment for executing the strategy, the government approved the new Foreign Policy Concepts. The concept calls for adherence to a multivector foreign policy and supports regional integration and conflict resolution.

Accodring to the government, Havenburghe requires strengthening of regional and nationals security, active development of economic and trading diplomacy as well as intensification of international cooperation.

OVERALL AIMS

The three key aims of the policy are: to define new markets where Havenburghe can form productive partnerships and create new sources of economic growth, to create a favorable investment climate, and to develop an effective private sector and public-private partnerships. The strategy aims to keep Havenburghe a knowledge-based diversified economy driven by the private sector. Key pillars of the strategy are strengthening institutions, improving physical infrastructure, and raising the quality of human capital.

The Government explained how these overall aims will be achieved through the application of the new policy to three key areas of macroeconomic policy and various sectors of the economy:

  • Budgetary policy: The focus will be on long-term, national projects related to diversification of the economy and development of infrastructure; these will be selected based on feasibility and rate of return and must be as carefully managed as private sector investments. There will also be a renewed focus on building up reserves to provide a buffer against future global economic deterioration.

  • Tax policy: The focus will be on stimulating internal growth, driving exports and encouraging saving and investment by individuals. The drive to simplify tax and customs administration and reporting will continue, and tax benefits will be made available to those involved in production and new technology sectors.
    Monetary and debt policy: Key tasks of the National Bank and the Government in this area will be to manage inflation while encouraging economic growth; to maintain public and quasi-public sector debt at moderate levels; and to reduce the budget deficit to 1.5% of GDP by 1945 (from the 2.1% expected in 1940). The plan also calls for Spanish banks to meet private sector-demand for finance.

THE SEVEN PRIORITIES

※1. Economic policy of the new course – all around economic pragmatism based on the principles of profitability, return on investment and competitiveness
-Universal economic pragmatism
-New personnel policy
-Modernization of the macroeconomic policy
-Budgetary policy
-Tax policy
-Monetary policy
-Policy of managing public and external debt
-Infrastructure development
-Modernization of the system of managing the state assets
-New system of managing natural resources
-Plan for the next phase of industrialization
-Modernization of the agricultural sector
-Development of farming and SME in agricultural processing and trade
-Policy regarding water resources

※2. Comprehensive support of entrepreneurship – leading force in the national economy
-Development of small and medium enterprises
-New model of public private partnership: “Strong business – strong state”.
-New stage of privatization – changing role of the state

※3. New principles of social policy – social guarantees and personal responsibility
-New Principles of Social Policy
-Minimum social standards
-Targeted social support
-Addressing social imbalances in the regions
-Modernization of the labor policy
-Protection of motherhood. Appeal to all the women
-Children’s rights
-Health of the nation is basis of our successful future
-Key priorities in healthcare
-New approaches in healthcare for children
-Improving medical education system
-Quality of medical care in rural areas
-Physical training and sports

※4. Knowledge and professional skills are key landmarks of the modern education
-training and retraining system
-Priorities in education
-Developing engineering education system
-Developing system of social responsibility in education
-Modernization of teaching methods
-New innovative research development policy
-Technology transfer
-Cooperation of science and business
-Roadmap of development prospective national clusters
-Appeal to the youth

※5. Further strengthening of the statehood and development of the Madi democracy
-New type of state governance
-Improving system of state planning and forecasting
-Decentralization of power
-Dividing responsibilities and power between center and the regions
-Development concept of local self-governance
-Election of the rural governors
-Creating a professional state apparatus
-Second stage of the administrative reform
-New system of interaction between state apparatus and business community
-Introducing “zero tolerance” principle towards disorder
-Fight against corruption
-Reforming law enforcement bodies and special agencies

※6. Consistent and predictable foreign policy is promotion of national interests and strengthening of regional and global security
-Foreign policy modernization priorities
-Development of economic and trade diplomacy
Strengthening regional security
-Contribution to global security
-Strengthening national defense capacity and military doctrine

※7. New Haven patriotism is basis for success of our multiethnical and multi-confessional society
-New Havenese Patriotism
-Equality of citizens of all ethnic groups
-Havenese language and the strengthening of ties with other latino nations
-Culture, traditions, and distinction
-Role of the national intelligentsia
-Religion in Havenburghe of 21st century

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