Krishna Guha

US Economic Editor, Financial Times

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US economic editor, and former chief US correspondent, for the Financial Times

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The President is on his way to Europe to pick up his  Nobel Peace Prize , but early today he met with leaders of both parties to talk about jobs.

Obama's Plan for Creating Jobs

The President is on his way to Europe to pick up his Nobel Peace Prize , but early today he met with leaders of both parties to talk about jobs.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Today, before leaving for Europe to pick up his Nobel Prize, the President met with leaders of both parties to talk about jobs.

Obama's Plan for Creating Jobs

Today, before leaving for Europe to pick up his Nobel Prize, the President met with leaders of both parties to talk about jobs.

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No country's being left out of the global financial crisis. Now China has announced an economic stimulus plan of its own.  Krishna Guha is US economic editor for the  Financial Times .

China Authorizes 'Massive' Stimulus Package, AIG Gets Revised Bailout

No country's being left out of the global financial crisis. Now China has announced an economic stimulus plan of its own.  Krishna Guha is US economic editor for the Financial Times .

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