BY RAZEEN SALLY
Asians face new mercantile hurdles each day. The new story of fast growth, a contraction of normal trade markets in a West, and large though on-again-off-again material flows from Western investors, all are formulating new dynamics opposite a region. Keeping adult with these developments is a daily onslaught for process makers.
But Asia also faces an egghead challenge. The aged investment-led and export-led expansion policies that seemed to work so good are fast losing steam for many Asian countries. Meanwhile, common—although not always accurate—perceptions about a causes of a financial predicament in a West have discredited free-market economics in some …
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