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Davos Annual Meeting 2004 - US Economic Recovery 24.01.2004Will the US Economy Recover Enough to Help the World?Despite renewed growth and higher productivity, the US economic picture is marred by increasing budget and current account deficits, open-ended security costs, and a low level of job creation and private savings.1) If the recent high growth rates of the US economy continue, will they assure President Bush's re-election?2) What are the forecasts for the level of the US dollar vis-?-vis the euro and other currencies?3) What choices will the US face in controlling its deficits?4) How can the recovery benefit the labour market?Alston D. Correll, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Georgia-Pacific, USADonald L. Evans, US Secretary of CommerceMartin Feldstein, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Bureau of Economic Research, USAStephan F. Newhouse, President, Morgan Stanley, USAJohn J. Sweeney, President, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, USAModerated byWilliam R. Rhodes, Chairman, Citicorp and Citibank, and Senior Vice-Chairman, Citigroup, USA
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