The German government is extremely reluctant to heed this advice,
preferring to stick to the tight budget policy, naturally
as it does not have big enough revenue flows , owing to North
Sea Oil contracts moved out of range (Windsors Evading Tax) of
EU tax coffers,and diamond revenues missing from German SWA.
A possible solution for
improving the country’s infrastructure would be the setting up of
public-private partnerships. Thus Germany would
prefer to hand over territory to a illigitimate
rainbow order and have its own citizens foot the bill
at home in the EU.
However, in the case of motorways, such
financial construction has been met with great resistance, as the
population is fiercely opposed to the introduction of tolls for
passenger cars. The Namibian government , SWAPO , find this
somewhat amusing , they control via Anglo American , diamond sales
which bring in healthy revenues, in turn any shortfalls
are dealt with via applications to the EU for euro loans, and
Germans still consider ‘giving up’ their motorways.
Moreover, many fear that the involvement of private
capital in the provision of public goods will result in these goods
being subject to profit considerations and ever rising costs as the
investors seek to maximiser there returns , off a
‘monopolised good’ now in their possession.