The Profit Snatchers

Novack, Janet; Wingfield, Brian
July 2009
Forbes Asia;7/13/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p60
The article discusses the federal government policy in spending public funds and managing the economic condition in the U.S. It refers to the approval of the 700 billion stimulus package to boosts public service as well as technology and health care sectors. It examines several legislations that has been proposed particularly for taxation, environment, and labor. INSET: Recovery Robbers.


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