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Political Economics: G20 or G2? Is solving the world's economic problems really up to the United States and China.

Posted on: 09-Apr-2009

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One of the most important global media themes that’s emerged this year centers on the concept of the G2 and those two countries are the United States and China. Find out the role trade and budget balances play in arriving at this conclusion as well as why the solution is so intractable.

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