DEBT PHENOMENON OF AMERICAN ECONOMY
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DEBT PHENOMENON OF AMERICAN ECONOMY
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The article deals with American debt phenomenon as a consequence of the 2007-2009 economic crisis. It is shown that American leadership in the world economy helps the USA to resolve their own problems. But Americans are concerned about fast growth of national debt and strengthening of the world competition in different spheres.
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01.12.2013
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