New Concerns About The Global Economy

New Concerns About The Global Economy

New pressure on economic policymakers as the euro crisis drags on, U.S. jobs growth sputters and manufacturing in China drops.

There are new signs Germany may be willing to take an even greater role in rescuing the euro. Help would be tied to more centralized control over government spending across the euro zone and could cost trillions. Europe accounts for about a fifth of the world's economy. Financial troubles there continue to cast a long shadow over prospects for global growth.Please join us to talk about the economic and political risks of a faltering global economy.


Stella Dawson

U.S specialist, economics editor, Reuters.

Ian Bremmer

president, Eurasia Group; author of "Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World" (May 2012)

David Smick

global macroeconomic advisor, founder and editor of The International Economy magazine and author of "The World Is Curved: Hidden Dangers to the Global Economy".

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