Drunk on Debt, U.S. Tells Teetotaler to Sober UpCaroline Baum
Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) -- It seems almost laughable for a country that can’t keep its government up and running to criticize other nations, but that’s what the U.S. Treasury did last week in its semiannual report on International Economic and Exchange Rate Policies.
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