Future of Economy, Trade and Competitiveness
Mark Anderson talked about U.S. and Western-nation competitiveness with Japan, South Korea, and China. He said that the free-trade and “inventing” economies of the U.S., the United Kingdom, and continental Europe were losing a war with the mercantile systems of the Pacific Rim. He advised Western nations to become inventors again and give preferential treatment to countries that protect intellectual property. close
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