Greenspan: World trade cushions U.S. economy

ALAN GREENSPAN, shown last month in Washington, today told a  Nomura Research Institute forum in Tokyo that the world economy is enjoying high growth and low inflation. /
ALAN GREENSPAN, shown last month in Washington, today told a Nomura Research Institute forum in Tokyo that the world economy is enjoying high growth and low inflation. /
The world economy is looking up, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told a Tokyo forum today, people who attended the meeting told Bloomberg News. Greenspan, who was addressing the Nomura Research Institute session via satellite from Washington, never mentioned the word recession, according to Anne Okko, who works in funding administration at Nordic Investment…

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