...Apart from the coal-mining areas, the South of England may almost be said to have had a prosperous year. But looking at the situation, as a whole, one has to admit that the total volume of production, after starting on a rising curve, ended the year below the level at which it started. Having fully admitted the disappointments, we find some justification for regarding 1928 as a year of no small promise for the future. Quite possibly it will be remembered in history as a year in which the foundations of recovery were laboriously laid. It was a year of realisation and of facing facts (...) On the whole the new year 1929 has started under fairly favourable omens...
miércoles, enero 07, 2009
El Economist tiene el buen gusto de burlarse de sí mismo y postear su balance de fin del año 1928. ¿O deberíamos decir el mal gusto?: