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Euroquake: Europe's Economic Challenge Will Change the World

by Daniel Burstein

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The Euroquake in prospect is an economic one. By 1993 Europe will be a bigger market than the US. By 1995 there is a real prospect of a single European currency. By 2000 a unified Germany will have become the economic and industrial engine of a new European Superstate. Daniel Burstein, who analysed the significance, of the new Japanese financial empire, in "Yen!", now turns his attention to Europe. He argues that the collapse of communism could bring into being a new world order in which fear of military warfare is replaced by economic warfare, and in which business leaders and managers will play a role as important as that of presidents and prime ministers. In the next century, three different market economies - based upon Europe, Japan and the US - will compete for power and world dominance. Burstein also predicts that, with weak capital resources, the US may find itself the smallest player in a three cornered contest with Europe to the fore. With more than 100 specific predictions for change by the year 2000, "Euroquake",is a challenging book.

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