DETROIT – Don’t worry, the U.S. economy won’t follow Japan’s lead, says General Motors Corp. Chief Economist G. Mustafa Mohatarem. Mustafa Mohatarem Comparisons have been made between the economic bubble burst that has led to the current recession in Japan and the Internet-led downturn in the U.S. In the case of Japan, the market has yet to recover from its mid 1990s banking- and real estate-led recession resulting from over-investment the decade before, and there is some ...

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