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    08 January 2013
    Although the US averted the so-called “fiscal cliff,” a Cambodian economist in the US says the world still faces a number of economic challenges as Congressional leaders continue to wrestle with ongoing budget questions. And the differing views on taxes and spending that are at the core of the debate between Democrats and Republicans will not be easily reconciled, Duch Darin, an economist based in Florida, told VOA Khmer in a Skype interview.

    US Not Over Cliff, Not Out of Woods: Economist

    Published 08.01.2013

    Although the US averted the so-called “fiscal cliff,” a Cambodian economist in the US says the world still faces a number of economic challenges as Congressional leaders continue to wrestle with ongoing budget questions. And the differing views on taxes and spending that are at the core of the debate between Democrats and Republicans will not be easily reconciled, Duch Darin, an economist based in Florida, told VOA Khmer in a Skype interview.


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