December 31, 2013

A World Economy on the Brink of Fracture

Jeremy Warner, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

What will happen in 2014? The Chinese economy will slow; the price of oil will sink; Germany will slide into recession; the UK will remain intact and the internet will begin to Balkanise.

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TAGGED: 2014, Global Economy, Internet, UK, Germany, China, World Economy

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