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Congressmen of both parties are debating whether to end or extend the Bush-era tax cuts, but for former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, the answer is clear: Let the Bush cuts run their course and raise taxes, so the government can get a handle on the deficit.
The United States still comes out on top in terms of how much money per American has, but the recession brought the numbers down by about 12 percent since 2007.
The new generation of Tibetans are taking advantage of India's economic rise. Unlike their parents who laid low, for the most part, in India, younger Tibetans are using their entrepreneurial spirit to make Tibetans an essential part of the Indian economy.
President Obama is expected to sign a $4.5 billion grant to improve lunches in public schools. But can revamped lunchroom and healthier menus be enough to draw kids out of nearby fast food chains?
Marketplace for Wednesday, September 15, 2010