Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Why the Economic Recovery Will Hurt Like Hell - Newsweek.com

The international recession that began in 2008 has made the Sonic Boom quieter, but history shows that when a crisis ends, the larger trends in place before the crisis usually resume. Shenzhen represents the larger trend of growth, change, and transformation at unprecedented velocity. Thanks to vast increases in productivity, worldwide economic growth soon will pick up, creating rising prosperity and higher living standards for most people in most nations. The world will be far more interconnected, leading to better and more affordable products, as well as ever better communication among nations.
Why the Economic Recovery Will Hurt Like Hell - Newsweek.com
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