We are confronted with so much information through the media and the internet that finding and processing relevant information has become quite a challenge. To remedy the situation, in part, below is an infographic that illustrates the most important facts and figures about the U. S. economy. Take a look.
The above edited excerpts, and the infographic below, are from principles-of-economics-and-business.blogspot.ca which was originally entitled US Economy at a Glance [Infographic] and can be read in its original format* HERE.
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