Recovery won't be global

Ruthven, Phil
January 2010
BRW;1/28/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the economic recovery following the global financial crisis which is anticipated to become uneven throughout regions and nations. It mentions that the world gross domestic product is expected to increase by 2.5% in 2010. It states that analysts are worried that recovery would be reversed as the stimulus packages are regained in different countries. A chart is presented that lists the economic growth percentages of some countries including the U.S.


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