August 2010
Future Times;2010, Vol. 3, p11
This section offers news briefs related to economics and business worldwide. The U.S. rebalances its economy as it shifts away from debts and consumption and moves towards exports and saving. Emerging markets are experimenting with new business models including reinventing the their production systems and their distribution to adapt to their environments and clients. Great Britain has raised concerns about the sudden growth in foreign exchange regarding the carry trade.


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