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Information must be rightly research before made public

Richly maximising profit or optimisation of wealth is the prime motive for businesses to stay active and motivated.Actually we expect price fluatuation to stimulate investors and activate the economy which in turns is channeled back to consumers.It sound quite frustrating when a potential investor in one of the gold digging sector of any economy (petrol) claims there is nothing better than a 3 to 5 francs gain per a litter of petrol.Consider the operative activities and some major expenses like personel,it means there is nothing like staying in the business.Yet they still stay in business ,reflecting a better earnings just to widely publicise they are making losses.Unfortunately many Cameroonians are not well versed with what keeps a business man into business then is time to call this guys the millienium liers of all times.The fun of it is that if market mechanism can not allocate better then elements like strike becomes evident, of course no firm will dare to operate when they reap losses, yet there are people still selling pertrol and yet cry of price hike and yet eventual losses.This is not true,the deep truth is that retailers tend to expliot consumers more than double when there is a unit change in price especially in Cameroon and yet pretend they are making losses.I suggest, the earlier market operators like petrol dealers are willing to revael true information it will be of great help to the entire economy as well.Time to stop declaring our poverty when our pockets are full of reserve undeserved.I therefore seek for proper analysis of such cases before publicaion. The bottom line is that the Government raises tax by a unit and the real operators quadropples its prices heartlessly for the masses to suffer and yet claim they are in thesame situation.

Such a dirty business environment is due codemnation.

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