The potential for growth

Duensing, Lauren
July 2011
Modern Metals;Jul2011, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p18
The article discusses the global economic and business outlook for 2011. The author reports that 139 of the world's largest companies featured in the Fortune Global 500 are based in the U.S., 71 are based in Japan, and 46 are based in China. The author adds that majority of global growth and investment will be in infrastructure with China investing 1 trillion U.S. dollars over five years in a high-speed rail network.


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