There’s a joke that explains the impact of movement of money on economy. A tourist, as the joke goes, visits a hotel, leaves $100 bill at the reception and goes to inspect rooms. The money is then used by the hotel owner to clear the debt at a meat shop. The meat shop owner then rushes to chicken supplier, whom he owes money. The chicken supplier then runs to the same hotel where he had stayed a few days ago but had not paid for the room. So, by the time the tourist returns to the reception to inform he does not like the room, the money he had left has come back to its original place. This is just a tongue-in-cheek remark, but it explains how the movement of money can keep the economy vibrant and robust.

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There’s a joke that explains the impact of movement of money on economy. A tourist, as the joke goes, visits a hotel, leaves $100 bill at the reception and goes to inspect rooms. The money is then used by the hotel owner to clear the debt at a meat shop. The meat shop owner then rushes to chicken supplier, whom he owes money. The chicken supplier then runs to the same hotel where he had stayed a few days ago but had not paid for the room. So, by the time the tourist returns to the reception to inform he does not like the room, the money he had left has come back to its original place. This is just a tongue-in-cheek remark, but it explains how the movement of money can keep the economy vibrant and robust. https://thehimalayantimes.com/business/has-influx-of-chinese-tourists-benefitted-nepal-economically/
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