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From 23.5% in April to 11% in June, India's unemployment has fallen sharply. Going into 2020, the underrated land of manufacturing, agriculture, and tech ran a 69.62% debt/GDP figure which positioned it well for recovery acts when the plague hit a few months later.
The US, by comparison, entered the year of perfect vision and hindsight clichés rocking a 106.90% debt/GDP. One of these countries has a spending problem and strangely isn't embarrassed by it.
The other has a phenomenal cuisine supported by tiny restaurants nowhere near the main drags and very friendly staffs throughout the world. We'll have a level 4, please. After the first seven attempts, we Americans sometimes realize what we can't handle.