A Shrinking Market: Projections for U.S. Imports
AbstractWill developing countries continue to face an expanding U.S. market for their imports? This report projects that the annual value of U.S. imports, measured in non-dollar currencies, can actually be expected to contract over the next decade -- in contrast to its rapid growth over the last decade.
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- Mark Weisbrot & David Rosnick, 2006. "Un mercado que se encoge: Proyecciones sobre el nivel de importaciones," CEPR Reports and Issue Briefs 2006-15sp, Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR).
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