Thoughts on the U.S. Economy's Global Impact

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How much are U.S. economic woes troubling the rest of the world? The short answer: Europe and Asia have become less reliant on the health of the American engine, but a U.S. recession would still have major implications. Krishna Guha, U.S. economics correspondent for Financial Times, offers his insights in a conversation with Scott Simon.

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