Informatywny artykul w jaki sposob szybciej rozwijajaca sie ekonomia USA
pomaga Europie wyjsc z recesji ukazal sie w zeszy Czwartek w Wall Street
Journaldlaczego "US Growth Figures Good For Dlr, Less Comfort For Rivals" by
"But, analysts say this new data on the U.S. economy should also give some
encouragement to economic leaders in Europe and Japan as they fret about their
own economies and rely on the U.S. to lead the way out of recession.
In terms of re-igniting economic growth," the U.S. is still in the driver's
seat," said Beuzelin. "The euro zone hasn't done much to stimulate growth and
Japan hasn't done anything either."
In comparison with Thursday's strong U.S. data, German gross domestic product
Wednesday, showed a 0.3% contraction for the final quarter of last year, the
worst reading since the spring of 1998.
In the aftermath of the Japanese anti-deflation plan announced Wednesday,
nobody expects that country's stagnant economy to be capable of self-sustained
recovery. Larry Greenberg, international economist at Ried, Thunberg in
Westport Conn., predicts that Japan's GDP will continue to contract.
"Japan's a basket case and the problem is that they continue to muddle along,"
he said. "A banking crisis could cause the economy to nosedive."
Rozwoj Europy a w szczegolnosci Niemiec zalezy glownie od wyzszego popytu w
USA co pozwola Eruopie i Niemcom ograniczyc efekty recesji i anemicznego
"Increased U.S. demand will be particularly welcomed in the heart of the euro
zone, with German exports expected to see another weak performance in the
first few months of 2002, according to a report from the prominent German Ifo
The institute pulled no punches, saying that German export growth depends on
an improvement in the U.S. economy.
Currency analysts broadly agree that the world economy really needs an
expanding U.S. trade deficit.
"In the current context an increase in America's (trade) deficit is highly
desirable," wrote Alain Fiorucci, economist at Soprofi, the Paris-based risk
advisor, "for the country has an essential role to play in world trade by dint
of both economic weight and dynamism."