Recovery losing bounce

Richardson, Chris
June 2009
BRW;6/4/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on economic recession and the different ways economy struggles to recover after such period. It argues that the harder an economy falls the stronger it gains back its strength. It suggests that this is supported by the reality that economies recover because of their potentials. The comparison between the 2009 economic recession with the past recessions particularly on how economies survive is also presented.


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