Why Doha would set the world right

With consumer confidence weakening, the US and the Eurozone fumbling with serious budget and debt problems, and the outlook for the next several years one of weak economic growth and job creation, the world needs some bold steps to restore confidence in the future.

David Crane
Published: Wednesday, 08/03/2011 12:00 am EDT

With consumer confidence weakening, the US and the Eurozone fumbling with serious budget and debt problems, and the outlook for the next several years one of weak economic growth and job creation, the world needs some bold steps to restore confidence in the future.

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