In the second section of this book, we move to the trade front. The rapid globalization of the world economy has produced many benefits to both North America and Europe, but it has also led to increased tensions and disputes between the old trading partners. These have been exacerbated by the Asian financial and economic problems that began in 1997, by the anemic economic growth in the 1990s in much of Western Europe, and by the Europeans’ seeming inability to do much about it.
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- Introduction, Section II
Charles F. Bonser
- Springer US