PROSPECTS OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY IN THE USA: REALITY AND FORECASTS
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PROSPECTS OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY IN THE USA: REALITY AND FORECASTS
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The article deals with problems of post-crises development of the U.S. economy. The author considers prospects of the country's economic recovery, analyses short-term and long-term factors of socio-economic development, provides estimation of current forecasts of business situation and of government measures to achieve stable economic growth.
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01.05.2012
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