new economic growth cycle. But now the trend seems to continue towards zero. Is it a vicious circle of global competition,
falling prices, overcapacity, technological inertia (rather than innovation) and falling incentives to invest – what is the cause of capitalism's protracted crisis?
(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
It's a rarely commented coincidence, however, when Apple launched its iPhone in June 2007, the financial crisis was actually already underway. A risky debt construction called subprime US housing market, and in 2007 housing prices began to fall dramatically. The stock market reacted, first hesitantly, then with massive withdrawal. . .
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