When the economy really takes a hit: ‘We’ll be OK’
In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Chile last year, the United States is still reeling.
Now, the country is also in the midst of a global recession.
We talked with the experts on how to handle this crisis, and what’s next for the United State.
This is a transcript of the conversation.
What do you expect?
Will we be OK?
How much is the economy going to take a hit?
How many people are going to be unemployed?
How will this affect the U.S. economy?
How are we going to pay for the relief?
Will people in the U, in the Midwest, in South America, or even in the Great Plains, be able to survive this economic downturn?7.
Will the U be able get enough help to offset the damage?8.
Will there be enough money to make the repairs?9.
Will we be able afford to hire more workers to make up the shortfall?10.
Will this be a new normal for the U.?
We have seen that the last three or four years have been pretty challenging for the world economy, with a global trade crisis, a recession and a slowdown in growth in China, the world’s second largest economy.
And that’s a fact.
So the U., I think, is not going to have a great time in the future.
But I do think that, in terms of the economic impact on the United Kingdom, the U of A., I would say it will be good.
There are a lot of good reasons for that.
One is, we are not in a recession right now.
So we are actually in a very healthy position, we’re in a recovery, and we’re going to continue to get better, better jobs.
And I think the U is going to benefit from the growth that we are seeing right now in the United states, especially in the manufacturing sector, as well as a lot more of the services sector.
We’re seeing very strong growth.
And it’s going to trickle down to the U as well.
So that will be great for the economy.
So in terms, of the impact, I think it will last a lot longer than the next downturn.
So there are some positive things going on in the economy right now, and I think we’ll be better off than we were in the past.
But, as I said, we’ll have to see.
And we’ll see how long that lasts.
What’s the outlook for China?
A lot of this depends on how quickly China’s economy recovers.
And as I mentioned, I don’t think we’re there yet.
And China is going through its second year in recession.
So, I wouldn’t say that China is back to full employment yet.
But that’s not saying that China will be back to its full capacity anytime soon.
So you’ve got to remember, China’s growth is not just driven by exports.
It’s driven by the services industry.
So China’s economic activity is growing, and there are a few reasons for this.
The first is the fact that China’s new government, the People’s Republic of China, has put in place a lot new policies and regulations, in order to try to grow its economy and to grow the services market.
So it’s a very difficult time for businesses to get new businesses to come into China, and so businesses are looking for ways to get into China.
And the second is the global slowdown.
So a lot is happening in Asia, particularly in Southeast Asia, and South Asia, in Africa, in Latin America.
So I think that there are still some challenges for the global economy to adapt to, particularly given the impact that China has had on the global market.
But the global recovery is starting to come back.
So if the global economic recovery continues to pick up, I expect the U to be in good shape for the next three or even four years.
What about the Great Lakes?
Are we going back to a much more normal economic picture?
A couple of years ago, there were some reports that the Great Lake basin would be on the verge of a major economic recovery.
And so, there was a lot that was going on there.
But it was very premature.
It was very, very premature to say that the Lake Erie basin would really be back in business.
But there are actually some indicators that suggest that it is beginning to recover.
And, you know, I’ve been talking about it for the last couple of months, and it looks like it’s really beginning to show some signs of recovering.
So what you’re going through now is a little bit like a cyclical adjustment.
And you’ve seen some of the industries that have been really hit hard, the auto industry, auto parts, auto services.
So they’re not doing so well. And they