Tensions rising

Preece, Howard
March 2009
Finweek;3/19/2009, p46
The article focuses on the worsening relations between the U.S., the European Union and China. It was found that the deterioration of the relationship between the U.S. and China aggravated the situation. According to journalist Bruno Waterfield, the fight is not only coming from the U.S. side alone because the European countries rejected American calls for increased and continued public spending to tackle the global recession.


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