A Letter From the Editor: Jul. 28, 1986

Assessing the ups and downs of a pulsating global economy requires both an eye for detail and an ability to identify broad emerging trends. To meet this challenge, TIME last week for the first time convened all three of its Boards of Economists -- from the U.S., Europe and the Pacific -- with a pair of distinguished guests: former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Arnaldo T. Musich, chairman of the Foundation for Latin American Economic Research. The 21 experts met with our editors in one freewheeling two-day session in New York City. Their discussions contributed heavily to this week's twelve-page...

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