Economic Report of the President: Transmitted to the Congress February 2011, Together with the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers
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Provides informaton about the State of the Economy and is the annual report produced by the Council of Economic Advisers. It is an important vehicle for presenting the Adminitration's domestic and internationaal policies as it provides an overview of the nation's economic progress with text and extensive data appendices.
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FROM CR1S1S TO RECOVERY AND GROWTH
THE YEAR 1N REV1EW AND THE YEARS
THE FOUNDAT1ONS OF GROWTH
THE WORLD ECONOMY
HEALTH CARE REFORM
TRANS1T1ON1NG TO A CLEAN ENERGY
Next Steps Toward a Clean Energy Economy
APPEND1X B STATISTICAL TABLES RELATING TO 1NCOME
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