And yes, another article today about the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television, you are starting to be used to it you who follow assiduously Croblanc for so many years already! The interest for this channel keeps growing over the years and we are very happy to share it with you once again. We think you'll find this video interesting, so we decided to make this post today.
As usual when the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television posts new content on the internet, you can find it on our site. To watch the latest video called "Krugman: We're Disinvesting in the Country's Future", it's just above!
Big buzz for the moment for this last video of Bloomberg Television, indeed the number of views that the video counts is currently much higher than normal. That's why we imagine that if it continues in this direction, the video could very quickly find itself in Youtube trend.
Thanks to the Internet, it's easy to talk to videographers and ask them any question you have in mind, or even give them criticism (constructive criticism, please!). However, there is no guarantee that they will respond. But nothing ventured, nothing gained! To get in direct contact with a videographer, try to find his social networks and send him a public or private message. You can also find the email of a Youtuber on his Youtube channel by clicking on "About". This will give you his precious email address.
We hope you have enjoyed this article, and that the video Krugman: We're Disinvesting in the Country's Future has met all your expectations. Have you already watched the whole video? Don't forget to check our site for other content related to Bloomberg Television, we have a lot of it available and new videos are coming very soon, trust us!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Krugman: We're Disinvesting in the Country's Future published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman played down concerns about the US government's burgeoning debt ahead of potential default next week and said budget negotiators risked undermining the nation's future prosperity by focusing their efforts to cut spending on such programs as education and child nutrition. He speaks during an interview with Bloomberg's David Westin for Friday's Wall Street Week television program.
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