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I believe the article is explaining a condition that has already silently arrived. The noise will soon follow. The 'assumed' debt the big companies owe to their vendors is a company policy to pass on cost of capital to vendors anxious to do business with them, and readily established by a serious analyst of their financial data. And what do we hear from our Presidental candidates..we solemnly declare we will spend just as soon as we are elected. Where are the serious minded forward thinking economic advisors of our time..hey responsible fiscal policy ain't no vote getter folks..they were flattened by the wheels of greed. The article is on the mark, the sky IS falling.
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