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Value Of World's Public Companies Soared 32% in Year, Surpassing Output for First Time Ever

DEC 27, 1999 2:00am ET

LONDON - The value of the world's publicly traded companies surged by nearly one-third in 1999, exceeding the world's output of goods and services for the first time.

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