Business and politics

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Government create some laws and regulations which directly effect on business like taxes, labor laws, trade agreements etc. Then in answer businesses may engaged in lobbying through different activities against the governmental policies to influence and to gain the favor for their benefits.

When business and politics intersact some challenges take place. When business interest clash with political laws it creates conflict of interest. There is also an issue of political parties associations with business because it can alienate employees and customers.

Mostly it has been seen that corrupt politicians and government officials use government funds for the sake of their own intrest and do not use the funds for the development of the nation that effects the businness field too.

One thing is same in both business and politics and that is elections. Politicians are selected by the voters business run by executive who is also elected by the board of directors. So their efforts are different but the assence are similar.

When both business and politics do wrong things, it can damange the trust and integrity. So it is very wrong if we remain silent to watching wrongs acts during in both business and politics, it can effect the well-being of each individual and the nation too. To stop wrong doing in business and politics, there should be strict rules and regulations, focus on transparency as well. And also make sure for the accountability too. This can be possible through awareness campaigns and educational awareness.

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  • I agree because while politics already interact with buisnesses. If more politics are added to bussneses, less people will want to be part of a buisness . This could be part of tax increaces.

  • I don't think I'm a big fan of collaboration between businesses and politicians because to me it seems very false and unpredictable whether everything they do is for the advancement of the country or for the destruction of the entire country. At the point when organizations and legislators get too comfortable, it resembles an affectionate club where most of us aren't welcomed. It resembles previous U.S. President Jimmy Carter once said, "Business and government are important instruments for achieving public objectives. However they can turn out to be excessively strong. They can be impassive or even antagonistic to human necessities, over and over again zeroing in on their own advancement and propagation." This hits home since it implies choices that influence our lives may be made considering another person's advantages โ€” like benefits over individuals. Envision you're an entrepreneur attempting to earn barely enough to get by, however large partnerships and their pals in government continue to change the principles to lean toward themselves. It's baffling and out of line. What's more, when those huge organizations apply pressure where needed with lobbyists and mission gifts, it seems like our voices get muffled simultaneously. What's more, we should not disregard debasement. At the point when lawmakers begin taking blessings from organizations in return for passing regulations that benefit them, it resembles a disloyalty of trust. It sabotages the actual groundwork of our majority rules system and leaves us pondering who's truly paying special attention to us. Also, when organizations and legislators group up too intently, they can crush contest and advancement. More modest players don't have a potential for success against the goliaths who have every one of the associations and assets. Furthermore, when there's less rivalry, costs go up, and decisions go down โ€” leaving us purchasers feeling caught and weak. Indeed, we want some degree of collaboration among organizations and legislators to keep things chugging along as expected. In any case, it's critical to watch out for things, to ensure there's straightforwardness, responsibility, and protections set up. All things considered, our majority rules system works best when everybody sits down at the table, in addition to the ones with abundant resources and strong companions.

  • ๐Ÿ‘I completely agree that businesses and politics should not mix. While both are incredibly powerful in their own right, combining them can lead to a number of negative consequences. When businesses endorse political candidates or parties, it can create an unfair advantage and persuade a large number of people to vote for the wrong leader. This can have serious implications for the future of our society, as the wrong policies and decisions can be made based on these endorsements. Additionally, it can lead to a lack of transparency and accountability, as businesses may be more concerned with their own interests rather than the needs of the public. Ultimately, it is important for businesses to remain neutral and for individuals to make informed decisions based on their own beliefs and values when it comes to politics. ๐Ÿ™Œ