February 27, 2012

Will EU Recession Wreck U.S. Recovery?

Patrick Smith, The Fiscal Times

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No sooner has the European Union wrestled into place a rescue plan for Greece than the forecasters have come out of the woodwork to tell us that Europe as a whole is headed into a recession. The most pressing questions are evident.

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