An Unplanned Visit to Greece – Direct2Dell – Blogs – Dell Community

Unfettered American economic growth is not on the horizon because of competition from our global partners like China where the GDP is growing at 8.7 percent in 2009 or India, at 7.2 percent. Though some economists have expressed concern about the ability of the developing economies to sustain their sharp economic growth – even going so far as to equate their economic rise to an unsustainable bubble – most would agree that the developing world is competing, and we are no longer the only economic game in town. As a result, economic prowess may not be able to power us out of this problem, as it did in the wake of World War II when the American economy powered ahead as most of Europe and the rest of the world recovered from the ravages of the war.

An Unplanned Visit to Greece – Direct2Dell – Blogs – Dell Community

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