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A Great Recovery or a Great Stagnation?

Value-added is one measure of economic activity that links the production side to consumption/ demand side (using inputs of say $X value to produce a good that sells for $Y generates $Y-$X in Gross Value Added). The post A Great Recovery or a Great Stagnation? was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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