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  • U.S. Housing Recovery: A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
    In recent months, U.S. home sales have been taking off, giving the appearance of a recovering market at last. Not so fast, warns Uwe Bott. In fact, the strong growth is artificially being propped up by investors — especially those overseas — who are causing some of the same problems as before.
    June 12, 2013 - The Globalist
  • What is 1080p24?
    (Credit: Geoffrey Morrison) If you've done any research into TVs, Blu-ray players, or Blu-ray in general, you've likely seen the alphanumeric 1080p24 (or 1080p/24). Understanding what it is, and keeping a lookout for products that can take advantage of it, can result in smoother, more natural-looking movie and TV show playback. I'm not talking about the artificially hypersmooth look of the Soap ...
    June 11, 2013 - CNET
  • Ahluwalia says "artificially stabilising" rupee not right
    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Propping up the rupee "artificially" is not the right thing to do, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, the deputy chairman of the country's Planning Commission said on Thursday. The Indian ...
    June 6, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in BusinessWeek
    Obama yesterday said the US would add pressure on China "to make sure that our goods are not artificially inflated in price and their goods" aren't deflated.
  • Angela Merkel in The New American
    In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Merkel said: "German exports successes reflect the high competitiveness and innovation strength of our companies. Artificially reducing Germany's competitive [advantage] would be of no use to anyone."
  • Rick Perry in Dallas Morning News
    Any government policy that artificially props up a single industry to the detriment of millions of Americans is bad public policy,Mr. Perry said.

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