January 27, 2010

BE BILL, BARRY:

World Trade Volume Rises 1.1% in November (PAUL HANNON, 1/27/10, WSJ)

World trade volume increased for the third straight month in November 2009, indicating that the global economic recovery is gaining traction.

Figures compiled by the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis–also known as the CPB–showed Wednesday that trade volume rose by 1.1% in November. The CPB also revised up its growth estimate for October flows to 1.4% from 0.8% previously.


There's no better way for the UR to goose the economy and signal he's not like the congressional Democrats than to push through the free trade agreements W left him.

Posted by Orrin Judd at January 27, 2010 7:01 AM
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