Study: U.S. Startup Activity Down Slightly in '06
On Jan. 9, Babson College and the London Business School released their eighth annual Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) study , which surveyed over 100,000 people in 42 countries and pointed to a very slight decline in U.S. enthusiasm for starting businesses, coinciding with an increase among emerging economies in Asia and South America.
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