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Connected: 24 Hours in the Global Economy

By Daniel Altman | November 1, 2007

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IHT columnist Daniel Altman stayed awake for 24 hours tuned to the wire services to see what we could learn from the interconnections of the global economy. He describes the growing clout of emerging economies, the business advantage and liability of China's looser ethical standards, the dwindling national allegiance of global corporations, and shifting careers and human capital mobility.

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