A Tale Of Three Cities

Elliott, Michael
January 2008
Time International (South Pacific Edition);1/28/2008, Issue 3, p34
The article looks at globalization in New York City, New York, London, England, and Hong Kong, China as it relates to the possibility of a U.S. recession. Included in the article are details on the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland. The article highlights the ways in which the three cities have overcome financial challenges and how the global economy will be an important discussion at the forum.


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