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Malpass, David
September 2010
Forbes Asia;Fall2010 Special Issue, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p24
The article offers information on various steps required by the federal government to strengthen the economy, create jobs and attract global capital in the U.S. It states that investors want to invest in countries where governments control their spending, investments earn profits, labor is educated, and the regulation is transparent. It discusses the need to cut wasteful federal spending, bring corporate tax and pension reforms and extend current tax rates.


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