TITLE

A Crackup for World Trade?

AUTHOR(S)
Samuelson, Robert J.
PUB. DATE
August 2003
SOURCE
Newsweek;8/25/2003, Vol. 142 Issue 8, p55
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the probability that United States trade deficits will decrease. Importance of a healthy balance of import and export in order to be considered a viable trade partner; Increase in the foreign exchange reserves of Asian nations; Benefits of this circular system of trade, including balanced competition; Suggestion that Asia must stop hoarding reserves.
ACCESSION #
10576732

 

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