The Global Economy / Secretary Robert Rubin

GUESTS: *FIRST HALF OF THE HOUR C. Fred Bergsten Director of the Institute for International Economics Undersecretary of Treasury for International Affairs in the Carter Administration (1977-81) *SECOND HALF OF THE HOUR Robert Rubin United States Secretary of Treasury America's interest in world markets has escalated this year. With Asia and Russia facing economic turmoil, lawmakers have had to decide how much of our national interest is tied up with the economic well being of other countries. Ray Suarez will talk with Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Director of the Institute for International Economics, Fred Bergsten about the global economic web and the role of the US.

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