More Than One Engine

Sharma, Ruchir
June 2007
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);6/4/2007 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 149 Issue 23, p28
The article reports on the position of the United States in the global economy and the country's weak economic growth. A discussion is presented about a new world order defined by China's economic growth, the revival of Europe's economy, and the effects of the Iraq War on the U.S. economy. The possibility of an economic recession in the U.S. is mentioned. Details are presented about economic growth outside of the United States.


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