An introspective write up.
This is a very unique issue that we people face. Taking losses on both sides.
Like we want to have farmers good life - so we(the government) pay them more when we buy from them. Electricity is low cost, seeds are low cost, water is made available. But why still, their condition does not improve.
Are we really paying them, giving them what they need?
Similarly, we(government) wants us(people) to have food accessable. So we sell at lower cost. Have a rationing system, subsidize purchasing. But still still too many people die from hunger.
On one side, people don’t have grains, on the other side we have tonnes of grains rottening over.
On one side we don’t have space to take in new harvest. So it has to be left outside. Whereas the one inside keeps on rottening because it does not get sold, desposed on time. And due to this. One left in open also gets destroyed.
So? what is going wrong?…
- I had put this question earlier too. what is more costly? storing grains where they are produced or
storing them where they are to be distributed.
- what if grains are stored in states where they are more needed rather then where they are produced. wouldn’t the new produce get space in godowns( in case the whole old stock is not sold over)
- Would the selling be easier and faster, cheaper, if these systems are based on achieving results.
Last question of the write up:
-Does simplicity follows profit or Profit follows simplicity?
-Can profit create better systems or better systems create profit?