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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Mohsin Khan
As political unrest and violence continue to flare across the Middle East, the U.S. capital is seeking its own oases in the desert.
"I think things are pretty grim there right now," said Mohsin Khan, a senior fellow at Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington. "In any sort of economic indicator that you want to look at, things are really down."
"It's very unclear," Mr. Khan said. "As an investor, I would be in this wait-and-see mode, until I know what the new government's economic policies are going to be."