How U.S. Strength Can Sometimes Impede Recovery OverseasGene Koretz
Ideally, the surging U.S. economy should help stimulate a European recovery. But over the short run, notes economist William V. Sullivan Jr. of Dean Witter Reynolds Inc., it may actually be acting as a depressant.
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