Cash Is King

Kotkin, Joel
December 2008
Forbes Asia;12/22/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 22, p74
The article presents information on the financial condition of Asian and Latino communities in California during the present financial crisis. It mentions that a new shopping center has been opened by Dr. Alethea Hsu in Irvine, California which is almost fully leased. It states that the reason behind this is Hsu's Asian customers who still have cash. It also describes the impact of the recession on Latin-American businesses.


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