Unrest in Egypt Stirs Fears in Global Economy Egypt has never loomed large in the grand scheme of the global economy, but the political turmoil there has sent tremors through world markets and triggered fears of severe and long-lasting economic damage if the crisis deepens in this volatile, energy-rich region. Los Angeles Times, February 1, 2011
Shades of Gray for Asia Economic Forecast 2011 looks entirely more complex as inflation worries, policy concerns and uncertainties over the growth paths of China and the rest of the world combine to make it much harder to forecast how the economies and markets in the region will fare. Regional economic data released Tuesday highlighted just how many shades of gray now cloud the once-bright picture for emerging Asia. New York Times, February 1, 2011
Davos Scene of Dire Prediction, Optimism As politicians, executives and financiers networked at parties and panels last week in Davos, Switzerland, Barrie Wilkinson was in a nearby hotel, warning that a 2015 financial catastrophe may be looming. San Francisco Chronicle, February 1, 2011
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S. 98 (Portman; R-Ohio)/Lieberman (I-Connecticut) Creating Jobs Through Exports Act of 2011 Expresses support for passing pending free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama and extends trade promotion authority for the President.
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