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Trading Places

Spring 2005

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Trading Places. Peter F. Drucker. National Interest, Spring 2005

The New world economy is fundamentally different from that of the fifty years following World War II. The United States may well remain the political and military leader for decades to come. It is likely also to remain the world's richest and most productive national economy for a long time (though the European Union as a whole is both larger and more productive). But the U.S. economy is no longer the single dominant economy...

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