Does the market destroy the state?

The market is a way humans cooperate – by satisfying needs and solving problems. It differs from the state and public sector methods in that it is voluntary. The market is a free exchange that will not happen if they are not useful to at least one side. Hence, the market is optimal, everyone wins in it, without anyone losing. If someone was to lose, the exchange simply would not take place and there would be no market. Considering such prerequisites, preference should always be made to market decisions, says LFMI‘s President Rūta Vainienė in her commentary on the Lithuanian National Radio.