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kushal kumar
kushal kumar

CONCLUSION :-         " Downward trend in world  economy  is  likely to be   in mild form during 

November, 2014 to April, 2015, to grow  somewhat intense during  May, 2015

to  October, 2015, becomes harsh during November, 2015 to July, 2016.

Such areas of life as  minerals and metals, foodcrops,  energy resources , defence and security of nations are likely to bear the brunt of these trends. 

Collective wisdom in decision making, communication systems, aviation industry,  and the cinema , music and TV industries   are also , in addition,  likely to be  touched by   these trends.

 Countries or regions whose names begin with the letters B , E , EU,  N,  O, P, U or V may need to implement multilevel approach to challenges during this period".

 This is the substance or salient feature of my article - " Stressful times ahead for world economy in 2015 and 2016"- published  online  on June 2, this year at Astrologyweekly.com