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U.S. economy tops all takers - survey

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posted on Oct, 31 2007 @ 11:58 AM
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U.S. economy tops all takers - survey


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GENEVA (AP) -- The United States has regained its status as the world's most competitive economy thanks to strong innovation and excellent universities, according to a survey released Wednesday by the World Economic Forum.

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posted on Oct, 31 2007 @ 11:58 AM
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Amazing timing this morning...FOMC meeting and all.

The World Economic Forum looks great on the surface, but this outfit has been characterized as anti-woman, elitist, and unbalanced. Criticised for endorsing policies that undermine the economic interests of poorer nations...it's annual gatherings attract high-ranking politicians, big business representatives, and public demonstrations similar to the IMF & the World Bank. Another wolf-in-sheep's-clothing?

The fact that it's membership is 'unfairly' weighted in favor of representation from the US & Europe...might have something to do with the release of this 'unbiased' survey today. Still no US media reaction the possibility that OPEC may consider linking oil to a basket of currencies, but CNN has no problem reporting this suspect WEF survey on Fed-day.

The article's headline doesn't really square with; the greatest flaw was economic instability, according to the survey. ??? I think you'll find a couple of other inconsistencies too.

The price of Gold is favoring a rate-cut today, and apparently the spin machine is determined to stay ahead of the printing press.












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