December 31, 2013

Four Trends to Watch in Asia in 2014

William Pesek, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

As we head into 2014, one thing is clear about the outlook for Asia: No one really has a clue what’s in store for this increasingly eclectic, cacophonous and unpredictable region.

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