Crowded Pool

Ferguson, Tim
April 2009
Forbes Asia;4/13/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p3
The article presents the author's views about the Indian Ocean becoming the most important commercial links for generations to come. The author says that if protectionism and war is avoided, trade flows will be surging in the Asia-Pacific region that will continue to emerge as a giant in the decades ahead. The author further says that the Indian Ocean, which extends from Africa's east coast across the Arabian Sea, will host many of the most important commercial links.


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