A Changed Global Reality

January 2011
Time International (Atlantic Edition);1/31/2011, Vol. 177 Issue 4, p28
The article discusses world economic conditions and the role of developing countries in the aftermath of the global economic recession of the late 2000s. Topics include the unemployment rate and GDP (gross domestic product) of developed countries in Europe and in the U.S., economic growth in emerging markets like those of China and India, and the prospects for global economic recovery.


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