Roche, David
November 2008
Forbes Asia;11/10/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 19, p34
The article discusses how the adjustment from recession by the countries that are a part of the Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development will be shared by emerging markets. The downturn is being driven by a worldwide credit crisis and shrinking global liquidity will cause a fall in the capital flowing into emerging markets. The 1997-98 Asian and emerging market crisis did not effect growth in U.S., Japan or the European Union but created an unprecedented demand for Asian exports.


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