The words of economist Lester Thurow are as profound and as prescient today as they were when he first published them more than 13 years ago in The Future Of Capitalism "No one sells more to those who have less." This is an especially important reminder on Guam where according to the 2000 Census nearly 45% of Guam's households had earned income of less than $35 000. And with recent economic events those in this income group likely have less especially less access to credit . . .
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