Dear readers, once again we are successfully publishing our tenth issue, and it feels immense pleasure this time bringing out the Bazaar’s theme. Thousand miles thanks all its readers and onlookers for their continuous support and necessary feedbacks. The love and support that you all have bestowed upon us, and the laborious nights of our team together make it possible all the way to accomplish our journey on date.
This time our magazine is going to be open full-time sales of delicious item of thoughts and adventures, fresh and ready to serve in its menu, you can visit us anytime you like even you can read this later if you have less time but do read all our stuffs because it’s all fresh, and please don’t forget to refer your friend to log on to www.thousandmilessite.in if you liked our stuffs. We are the perfect media between you and your countrymen. Keep on marketing us. Our special menu includes special tandoori chicken hot desi masala and crispy articles, poems, interactive interviews with top class writers and musical bands, mind abducting photography and green kids zone to giggles your funny bones and many more, now all that you have to pay is your time and money, money that you will pay to the right place after you read and understand.
A country’s development and advancement in science and technologies had remained a tea time topic since a country is born. A country is measured in terms its economy and the status are flagged as developed, developing or underdeveloped. GDP i.e. gross domestic product is one of such important factor that exaggerates the rise or fall of a country’s economy. When it is said that the GDP has risen 5% then it means that the country’s economy has been also elevated by 5%, likewise when the country’s GDP is negative we call it’s a recession period. When we produce and we buy our GDP rises and this effect of economy, economy factor is probably the main cause that we are buying fuels at much higher rates. Nevertheless we don’t think about this entire factor before buying a commodity, but we just fetch the most fashionable jeans or tees from the market place irrespective of GDP and Economic consideration. Let us now consider a case to further elaborate, suppose an Indian and an American buys an Indian product then the production division of that company has to produce more goods than the population of India, hence there is a chance that the country’s economy gets increase, but if the case is reversed and even the available customers buys a foreign product then the economy subsequently submerges, because GDP is marked by total money spent by the total population of a country that is equals to the total money income by the total number of population.
So, with this I leave my bazaar open for you, think! Keep on shopping and keep marketing. Have a great economic year ahead.
[box_dark]From the desk of Feature Editor[/box_dark]
Mukunda Madhab Dutta
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