Despite the recession, many world financial markets have risen sharply in the last six weeks, but analysts warn that those gains mask the deep economic problems that remain and will continue for some time.
Marcus Mabry, the international business editor of The New York Times, discusses how governments are approaching budget deficits, Eastern Europe’s fall and the economic outlook for the rest of 2009.
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