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  1. Germany's newly elected coalition got set for government on Saturday after adopting a common programme in a late-night meeting aimed at guiding the country out of its worst recession since World War II.
    24-10-2009 by nedcodecoe
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  2. The new norm for today's spending barometer is measuring the U.S. budget deficit in trillions, not billions.
    17-12-2009 by advisors
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  3. Japan's exports posted their smallest fall in 14 months in November as robust Asian demand bolstered hopes a recovery in trade will avoid another recession in the world's second-biggest economy.
    22-12-2009 by jjonessssj
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  4. Obama is just like any politician during this talk, and really holds absolutely no credibility whatsoever. After all, his speech (just like any past presidents)
    28-01-2010 by advisors
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  5. Obama Stimulus Waste in North Carolina. Remember last year when we had to pass the stimulus package immediately, or unemployment bill because
    09-03-2010 by advisors
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  6. Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said Wednesday that China's weak enforcement of copyright laws has undermined revenues and pushed the company to focus on markets elsewhere in Asia.
    26-05-2010 by harryaaayy
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  7. US consumer spending edged up in May but income growth slowed and saving increased, official data showed on Monday in a report suggesting consumers remain cautious amid high unemployment.
    01-07-2010 by jillsllill
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  8. High unemployment and a moribund housing market have increased risks to the U.S. economic recovery, while the public debt looms large and needs to be cut, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday.
    11-07-2010 by jmichaelsl
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  9. Ronald Reagan is the patron saint of lower taxes and smaller government. He cut taxes, yes. But he also raised them several times, in part to reduce high deficits and in part to pave the way for true tax reform.
    18-11-2010 by ethangrree
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  10. The United States spends 2% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on its road infrastructure. This was the message sent to Congress on February 19th at a “listening session” staged in Washington D.C. The message is underlined by the levels of spending by go
    03-03-2011 by cmoss
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