THE U.S. ECONOMY: TRENDS AND CHALLENGES OF CURRENT DECADE
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THE U.S. ECONOMY: TRENDS AND CHALLENGES OF CURRENT DECADE
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The article analyses the social and economic situation in the USA after 2008-2009 cyclical recession. Besides considering consequences of recent financial crises the author pays a special attention to analyses of long-term economic and social challenges facing the U.S. economy and society.
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GDP, 2008-2009 recession, economic growth, unemployment, housing market, national debt, federal budget, social security, health insurance, immigration, scientific potential
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11.06.2014
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