U.S. And China: Different Paths Out Of Downturn? Author Ted Fishman talks about how the U.S. and China are facing similar economic problems: falling growth rates and rising unemployment. But each country has vastly different resources. And that means the U.S. and China will find different ways out of the global economic downturn.
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U.S. And China: Different Paths Out Of Downturn?

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U.S. And China: Different Paths Out Of Downturn?

U.S. And China: Different Paths Out Of Downturn?

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Ted Fishman talks with Madeleine Brand about how the U.S. and China are facing similar economic problems: falling growth rates and rising unemployment. But each country has vastly different resources. And that means the U.S. and China will find different ways out of the global economic downturn.

Fishman is author of China Inc.: How the Rise of the Next Superpower Challenges America and the World.

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