January 15, 2013

Asia's Fading Economic Miracle

Centre for European Reform, Centre for European Reform

AP Photo

Prediction is not destiny. Without vigorous reforms and stronger institutions, many Asian economies will struggle to transform themselves from middle income to wealthy countries.

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TAGGED: global economy, China, Asia

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