April 9, 2012

Energy Policy Powering Brazil's Economy

Norquist & Gleason, Politico


Forbes

With the focus on the presidential campaign, you may have missed the news that California is no longer the world’s eighth largest economy. Brazil, whose president, Dilma Rouseff is in Washington this week, recently leapfrogged the Golden State in terms of economic size, according to the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy. . .

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