The Coming Global Boom: How to Benefit Now from Tomorrow's Dynamic World Economy

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Bantam Books, 1990 - Business & Economics - 267 pages
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A leading financial consultant brushes away talk of U.S. deficits and Japanese piracy, arguing that the U.S. is heading for an economic boom from which Americans can profit

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Sea changes in competition, demographics, and economics have placed us on the verge of a long-run economic boom. Globally competitive firms will use new, efficient means of production. Maturing baby ... Read full review


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Charles R. Morris, the author of The Trillion Dollar Meltdown, The Tycoons, and The Cost of Good Intentions, has written for the New York Times and The Atlantic, among other publications. He lives in New York City.

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