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Chicago Fed Letter, No. 164, April 2001
The Rise and Fall of the Global Economy

Anyone who follows the news, even casually, or reads product labels, is aware that the world economy has become more interdependent in recent decades. Indeed, the worldwide integration of national economies—through goods and services trade, capital flows and operational linkages among firms—has never before been as broad or as deep.

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