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Economic Systems Grow Through Sustainable Reinvestment

Business and cities exist together and follow similar stages of growth and decline. Each invests back into itself to foster higher levels of economic interaction and revenue development. Governments seek to create a net return on tax investments while businesses seek revenue returns on new product/service lines.   Without constant reinvestment and growth, the system eventually declines.  Sustainability can be seen as a positive return on investment money that allows for reinvestment back into the system for future growth. Governments may reinvest resources in schools, roads, police, WI-FI, fiber optic cables, etc. to realize greater levels of income generating interactivity. The basic development mechanics between business and government are similar even though they take different forms. Economic hubs must draw in resources to fuel future growth. Resources may come in the form of new business start-ups or existing corporate reinvestment. Private investment increase local