Strung Out On Asian Imports
What happens when the tail in the global economy stops wagging the dog? That's the question raised by a striking development: the sharp slowdown in developing Asia's imports, which are now running just slightly above year-earlier levels after soaring by 23%, to nearly $1 trillion in 1995.
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