États-Unis,“soupe primitive” de la crise financière
[The United-States : "primitive soup" of the financial turmoil]
It is likely that such a crisis could not be born somewhere else only in the United States. The "current financial disaster" is the fruit of the combination of specific factors in the US, where elements were gathered to catalyse such a crisis, like, someway, some "primal soup" where were combined all the ingredients favorable to the emergence of the life on our planet (Brack A ., 1998). The conjunction of these factors was made worse as these last ones were contagious because of the globalization.
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