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October 31, 2012 11:47 PM
Even as Europe grapples with a debt crisis that threatens the whole region, and China attempts to put the brakes on a slowing economy - the U.S. election is commanding headlines around the world. Global citizens want to know who Americans will choose as their new leader. Because as Mil Arcega reports, whoever wins in November will control the largest purse string in the world, and with it - the ability to shape the global economy.

US Presidential Election Has Global Implications

Published October 31, 2012

Even as Europe grapples with a debt crisis that threatens the whole region, and China attempts to put the brakes on a slowing economy - the U.S. election is commanding headlines around the world. Global citizens want to know who Americans will choose as their new leader. Because as Mil Arcega reports, whoever wins in November will control the largest purse string in the world, and with it - the ability to shape the global economy.


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