Secret Weapon

Forbes, Steve
May 2007
Forbes Asia;5/21/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p15
The article comments on the trend in the U.S. economy. A study conducted by Senators Charles Schumer and Jim Webb on economic volatility showed that the U.S. economy has no more earnings volatility. In this regard, the author argues that the economy of the country is very adaptable to changing times and circumstances. He adds that no other nation has demonstrated the capacity of the U.S. to innovate and to renew itself.


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