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Strategies for a discontinuous future.












Tuesday, August 10, 2004
 


Epilepsy

"...But the fact that official declines in output were so widespread in June suggests globalization is increasing the degree of synchronization in the world economy, particularly in sectors where supply chains have become global. As a result, slower growth in China or the U.S. can have an almost immediate impact on activity around the world."

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-- umair // 3:11 PM //


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