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The bad news continues in Europe The gloomy news currently coming from Europe (Spain, Greece, the euro, economic slowdown in Germany and the U.K.) has recently been reinforced by equally depressing mid-range (12 to 18 months) economic forecasts for the … Continue reading
Good news This morning’s announcement that the U.S. unemployment rate continued to decline in January 2012 is certainly good news. It is a reason for optimism about the continuing, but still somewhat delicate, recovery in the U.S. That optimism is … Continue reading
After years of negotiations and delay, the U.S. Congress on 12 October 2011 approved the free trade agreement between the United States and South Korea. Over the next five years the FTA will remove duties on almost two-thirds of American farm … Continue reading