What can we do to help solve the current global economic crisis?

This week, while we citizens continue to lose our jobs, our savings, and our patience; the Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (aka the G-20) will convene in London to try to figure out some solutions to our global economic crisis. Since this is truly an international problem, we’re asking this question on all of our international Answers sites, too. The Best Answers will be featured in a coming blog post. So, let’s give our economic leaders something to think about! We look forward to all of your opinions and ideas.

Asked By: Yahoo! Answers India - 3/31/2009
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Answered By: Harijann - 4/1/2009
Additional Answers (38)
Hope that China gives Obama economic lessons
Answered By: Jim Bay - 3/31/2009
I think having 1 international currency is the 1st step. Since we are so interconnected it would help stabilize economies around the world.
Answered By: Ramman - 3/31/2009
War has been connected to the economy and survival of so many persons, places and things that war is the major problem. Everyone gets drawn into wars and they are no better than a sink hole for all of us now and in the future. Close the hole and we might stand a chance to be joyful people making our best places to live... More
Answered By: s7e7v7e7n7 - 3/31/2009
PROTEST!!! WRITE TO YOUR POLITICIANS although I doubt this will sway them.. PROTEST
Answered By: citoyen du monde - 3/31/2009
don't leave current job if your boss decrease your salary
Answered By: Hind - 4/1/2009
Demand Obama's impeachment. That's the best and first step.
Answered By: Randy F - 4/1/2009
Global Economic Crisis originated from america due to mistake of multinational bankers because they lend money to those people who did not qualify basic primary conditions of borrowing money from the bank... More
Answered By: nandan singh - 4/1/2009
we should remain honest ,we must stop consuming more than we earn, try to learn from this ,we must use the credit facilities honestly and repay things on time.stop being greedy and we must grow steadily and should not create things which are costly and unnecessary to our society.
Answered By: kkr - 4/1/2009
First, Governments of all countries should lower down the interest rate on all types of loans like housing/car etc and increase loan periods so that these industries do not brock down and employment lay off do not effect. Purchase /sale power will be remain in static, there will be no slow down in any industries... More
Answered By: kanaiyalal p - 4/1/2009
The present global economic crisis is mainly due to our own lack of decision making skills. If each one of us struggles to make ends meet then naturally, the service providers will also try to avoid making quality improvments to existing systems. Have faith in the economic summits and leadership forums that are... More
Answered By: Santhosh S - 4/1/2009
only one way to tackle globel economic crisis,that is keep islamic judgment your nation building policy
Answered By: fighter - 4/1/2009
Put toothpaste in an Oreo cookie and give it to them to eat!
Answered By: PrincessBananaHammock - 4/1/2009
the economic slowdown is due to the saturation of the market. the employees are not getting salary and hence they are not purchasing anything and so the companies are not earning anything. i think that if we were able to produce something new, something people come to buy in this economic crisis too, the markets will... More
Answered By: aveem - 4/1/2009
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Answered By: kajal - 4/1/2009
Answered By: Alex - 4/2/2009
g******d- thats if you are already not laid off.
Answered By: labrador - 4/2/2009
Economic crisis is not only a single country problem it worldwide so in many country cutting the job and salary's fist should be try avoid elections,terror activities,ad try improve former crisis,give importance to be the banks development,provide employment oppurnities.
Answered By: Prakasha N N - 4/2/2009
Every individual should start working hard, you will turn your company will grow and in turn your country will grow. Opportunities will come ur way automatically...
Answered By: mani - 4/2/2009
There are some economists who think very big I am not a economist but will talk the common man... More
Answered By: bali - 4/2/2009
There are three causes for the current global economic crisis... More
Answered By: Bhalchandra T - 4/2/2009
make people spend more money,give them a buying edge tempt them with offers,get back the money circulation and i think we should make all our politicians spend instead of hoarding.people are following in their footsteps.
Answered By: xela - 4/2/2009
Governments need to motivate the public(each and every individual) so that everyone feels that he/she has to do something(even a little bit) for the recession. Saving even a penny in such great recessions have a cumulative effect(considering the huge population of the world). One shouldn't consider that one person's... More
Answered By: ♥Hot Guy®™© - 4/2/2009
Here is an open letter to the leaders of the G20 by one of the most important spiritual teachers of today. It contains the real reasons and the possible viable solution of the crisis: All the best.
Answered By: Zsolt H - 4/2/2009
Some of the great minds are addressing this issue , right now , in the various countries . We cannot ask for anything better than this . It is not just the economists who are involved . Sociologists , scientists , free thinkers ... are all involved . They feed their findings and recommendations to the country... More
Answered By: YD - 4/2/2009
Honesty....the lack of which has brought this crisis on honest in all your dealings at all lenders, Sellers, service providers, rulers , bureaucrats and entertainers to be open and to be honest in future...please...only honesty will pay and earn trust.
Answered By: awaken.dawn - 4/2/2009
The below you can see my options... More
Answered By: RAMESAN THAMPI P S - 4/2/2009
Its a good question for to days world. I think it can be cured from its roots only with unity between all the citizens. The government is required to frame a little strict regulations & the citizens duty is to obey them with at most sincerity. In case the government is silent then we should protest & appeal. all the... More
Answered By: Anamika - 4/3/2009
Revert to SIMPLE LIVING and get rid of all unnecessary things from your life. Things like TV, ipod, mobile, etc. However we may be too late to adopt this I believe.
Answered By: Prav - 4/3/2009
Global markets are said global because they function together. I purchase an american product and inturn an american purchases an indian product and this keeps both the countries in good times but if i start dumping products for throw away prices into america then the local companies will go down. The same applies to... More
Answered By: Turn pike surfer - 4/3/2009
The entire world should restrict America from giving another scenario of war like Iraq and Afghanistan. The currency should be unique for all the countries for business purpose.
Answered By: jiya - 4/4/2009
I think the problem started with credit and over leveraging by banks. While this is being addressed by the support funds being pumped into the system, would be better if organizations once again start lending of course with proper evaluation... More
Answered By: bear - 4/4/2009
Increse the purchase power of common man in third world contries. Arrange the human face to the Economy. Develop the productive relations not for profit but for society. Increse the Agree production not Realestate.
Answered By: RAGHURAM - 4/4/2009
Now The Meassure taken is "Pump in the Funds" But mistake done by that people are not taken punisable/It may not be termed mistakes,They are "The risk With probability more than 50... More
Answered By: ponnappan s - 4/4/2009
People shud try for jobs in different fields even if thats not the field they had in mind... More
Answered By: ankr - 4/4/2009
Big spends by national governments on poverty alleviation programmes, job creation and easing curbs on capital movement globally without 'conditionalities' will help a lot... More
Answered By: yesjee - 4/4/2009
The root cause of this current Global economic crysis is "INTEREST BASED BUSINESS." and " FUTURE TRADING" in share market. As we can calculate, the total real investment in the Global Economy is about 65 trillion US Dollar but Future Trading Share investment is about 600 to 800 trillion US Dollar, which is much higher... More
Answered By: Manawar - 4/4/2009
1. Reduce retirement age to 50 years... More
Answered By: ksr1sh1 - 4/4/2009
Total war
Answered By: Silv - 4/21/2014
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