A Fierce Hunger For ImportsGene Koretz
The caboose of the world economy is fast turning into a locomotive. This year, the developing world--encompassing the Asian newly industrialized countries and their neighbors, Eastern Europe, Russia, and Latin America--is likely to post its first trade deficit since 1971, predicts economist Joseph Quinlan of Dean Witter Reynolds Inc.
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