Market can spell opportunity or disaster

Veronikis, Eric
October 2008
Central Penn Business Journal;10/24/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 44, p1
The article focuses on the statement of U.S. Secretary of Treasury Henry Paulson that the country should stay confident to the national market despite the deepening global economic crisis. Secretary Paulson suggests that Americans should continue disbursing money to sustain the national economy. He encourages business owners to implement marketing strategies to combat recession.


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