I was just reading through Dr Cees Bruggemans weekly comment, and this stood out for me.
Something that I want to see,This reality of consumer societies, in which producers are being encouraged to become more productive, has of course another self-evident requirement. Redistribution burdens and regulatory burdens should be kept to a minimum. State departments on a mission entirely of their own choosing or ideologically inspired should therefore be refocused on the paramount national mission of the day namely maximizing economic and export growth in tandem.
The state shouldn't pick winning friends or businesses and hand out billions of tax money in the hope of somehow achieving more production and exports. This tends to be a non-productive, or at least a very inefficient, way of applying scarce resources. Instead, government should limit its many burdens on society to the bare necessity.
Lower regulation = higher productivity = more jobs