Walking Our Way Out of Recession

Johnson, Paul
September 2009
Forbes Asia;9/21/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 14, p12
The article presents the opinion of the author on the economy of the U.S. and Great Britain. The author thinks that recession will last long in both the nations due to increasing unemployment and public deficit. The author also thinks that the American or British governments will not take right decisions to end the recession. The author also discusses advantages of walking and says that it can reduce pollution, conserve fossil fuels and will save the environment.


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