A world out of balance

As America's current-account deficit has surged beyond all previous historical records, concerns about the implications of this development and debates about possible remedies have intensified in academic and policy circles. References to the risks emanating from "global imbalances" - which has become the politically correct term for the United States current-account deficit - have become a standard health warning accompanying most economic forecasts, and foreign exchange markets have repeatedly

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