Suryo, Atmono
June 2001
Economic Review (05318955);Jun2001, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p19
Provides an overview of the performance of the global economy for 2001. Impact of the Asian financial crisis on the global economy; Issues related to interest rates; Projections on the recovery of OECD countries.


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