economic growth (2)

Gabriel Hubieres

Capstone 1

Week 3

9/18/2018

                              Contrary to the belief that overpopulation is becoming a major problem to countries, Economists are warning that low fertility rates, especially in the world's largest economies such as the U.S., China, Japan, and Germany may lead to slower economic growth, and threaten safety net programs such as pensions and healthcare. They argue that unless countries increase their birth rates or expand the working age population, the low

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The below article explains how wealth is surpassing American's average income - which is not a good thing.  This means that Americans are soon going to find certain products more expensive to purchase than they used to be.  -AL

http://money.cnn.com/2014/10/21/news/economy/wealth-income-growth-ratio/index.html?iid=HP_River

More household wealth in America sounds like good news, but it could also mean economic trouble.

The ratio of wealth to income has hit a recent record, according to Credit Suisse.
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