Apr 12, 2012 | 10:00—12:10
A country that produces goods of high quality at a competitive price is likely to be rewarded for its ingenuity with a trade surplus. Small countries often achieve great development success through export-led growth. At the same time, the entire economic system must be balanced.
As globalization proceeds rapidly, manufacturing industry in most of developed countries declined steadily.
An alternative look at the “global savings glut”