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Posted by Aaron Viviano on August 29, 2002 22:57:33 UTC

"Think a company that is thinking competitively and short-sightedly will."

Well here is a case of a copmany that would last long. The compainies in the United States that will and have lasted are the ones who replant the forests.

Those are pure idealistic statements. Compainies are around for one purpose. Money. The more they make the better. Thus as logger compainies will see to completly destroy the forests would be to comit corporate suicied.

"People are often the ones without long-term vision. The same applies to corporations."

One can't just do that. Corporations of often have mutlti year plans. Construction compainies somtimes work on prjects for over a decade. Mining companies are looking out for new places to mine after the currents ones run out in 15 years. Car manufactures are desinning cars that you will drive in 5 years. New compaines that are in the space business are looking out 50-100 years for when their buisness will truely become normal corporations. Companies unlike people are always looking into the near and far future. I really can't see it. Please try to explain to me how your veiw is reality. I just can't see it.

God Bless,
-Aaron

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