Boswell, Clay
February 2009
ICIS Chemical Business;2/9/2009, Vol. 275 Issue 6, p7
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the implication of the economic recovery plan of U.S. President Barack Obama's administration in 2009. He argues that if the objective is to stimulate the economy, the influx of capital should be quick. He asserts that the U.S. Congress' tax break would only give spending power to the public that will create a problem to those who are eager for the influence of money.


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