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There has been a flurry of reports and findings lately that the American economy is growing again. U.S. manufacturing is strengthening and the country’s gross domestic product has surpassed pre-economic crisis levels. This is welcome news, but it doesn’t mean the country is out of the woods yet.
China is the third largest U.S. export market and is expected to continue the 468% growth in exports that has marked the decade from 2000. In 2010, America sent China goods worth some $91.9 billion. Where exactly are these exports coming from?
What do you get when you ask 469 experts from industry, government, academia, and civil society to think up their worst dystopian nightmares?
According to The Economist, "The home of laissez-faire is being suffocated by excessive and badly written regulation." The point is not that America has an overwhelming amount of bad regulation, though the ex
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