Sun, 28 Feb 2010 11:21:00 +0300
Analytical department of the “Market Leader” magazine and the U.S. Association of traders and investors headed by Rasul Zhalalov are investigating the situation to find out the main issue – will the U.S.A. collapse? On the one hand, mass media all around the world anticipate the coming default. On the other hand, the world community is fighting the second wave of crisis by helping the U.S. first of all. This is achieved by devaluing the national currencies. May be the scenario of the American economy that getting into dust has no alternative?
The nearest followers (The EU, the RF, China and Japan) of the States just approach it, and fail to win in the branches which the U.S. remains the major leader in. And then, there is no alternative of the super states other than the U.S. by now.
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