In Tokyo, Brussels, Beijing, and Washington governments spent 2012 kicking economic problems down the road. The game looks like it will stop in 2013 on two of those four playing fields with default in Greece and a government collapse in Japan. That leaves China and the United States. Will China be able to postpone a banking crisis for another year? Will Washington figure out how to generate enough economic growth in 2013 so the Fed can start reducing its bloated balance sheet without crashing the economy?

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