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Economic dry rot

4 September 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

The loss of 6.9m jobs in this recession easily sets a new postwar record. Aside from the impact of the global downturn, this may reflect a secular weakening in America’s once mighty capital position. A narrowing of the gap with wages and living standards elsewhere could follow.

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