December 7, 2012

Forget the Fiscal Cliff: Buy America

Philip Stephens, Financial Times

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Every time I see a banner headline predicting the US is about to hurl itself over a fiscal cliff, I am more certain in my conviction: China may soon be the world’s largest economy, but now is the time to buy America.

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