Output, Employment in Rich World v Emerging Markets

The Economist compares output and employment in the Rich World and Emerging Markets.

“By late 2010 output and employment had turned up in most rich countries but not enough to regain pre-crisis levels (chart 3)”

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About Janar Wasito

Janar Wasito is the manager of Magis Capital in San Diego, CA. He is a graduate of Harvard and Stanford Law School, and a former Marine Officer.
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5 Responses to Output, Employment in Rich World v Emerging Markets

  1. Nicholas says:

    The “Rich world” is so rich that they are virtually broke. I wonder if Mr Wasito understands that.

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  2. Nicholas says:

    I also read on Mr. Wasito’s chart that US unemployment is 9%. I hope that Mr Wasito knows that those are “government numbers” and not the official numbers that is higher then 9%..or whatever that number is.

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    • Janar Wasito says:

      I appreciate both of your comments.

      It is not “my” chart, as it is from The Economist.

      I also understand that the rich world is in dire straits, financially; however, the term, “Rich World” again, is from The Economist.

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