Finanzkrise

Amerika steckt tief in der Schuldenfalle

| Lesedauer: 5 Minuten
Viktoria Unterreiner

Die Ratingagentur Standard & Poor's hat erstmals die Bonität der USA herabgestuft. Experten befürchten, dass das die internationale Schuldenkrise verschärft. Hauptgläubiger China fordert eine strikte Haushaltsdisziplin, die Bundesregierung fällt in Schockstarre.

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Bundesregierung in Schockstarre

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