November 2008
Future Times;2008, Vol. 4, p7
The article presents world news briefs regarding economics and business. Professor R. Wade of London School of Economics reviews the first-world debt crisis of 2007-2010 and proposes some regulatory responses. An Italian economist and money laundering expert investigate the criminal and black markets and unstabled grey area. Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft, emphasized that capitalism has enhanced the lives of billions of people but has left out billions more.


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