Will 2011 be better or worse than 2010? Why?
I am particularly interested in the global economy and the different industries... especially the internet community. Are we on the road to recovery or do we expect the situation to get worse considering the Japan tragedy and the MidEast unrest.
the internet community is constantly growing by leaps and bounds - especially globally. china is poised to really make some big moves and truly emerge as a force to be reckoned with - economically and politically.
i think the US economy is going to slowly make progress, it won't be a huge recovery year but unemployment figures will creep down a little bit. remember - we got blindsided and nearly wiped out a year and a half ago - that isn't going to just be a quick recovery.
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