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Asia Documents | 4 January 2018 2018-to-2019 will Expose Asian Imbalances, Hurting GDP Growth
Let's say we are right, and global yields go up this year. Somewhere in the world, imbalances will be exposed, causing financial ructions and damaging GDP growth.

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4 January 2018 2018-to-2019 will Expose Asian Imbalances, Hurting GDP Growth

By Freya Beamish

Let's say we are right, and global yields go up this year. Somewhere in the world, imbalances will be exposed, causing financial ructions and damaging GDP growth.

Posted: 3rd Jan 2018 in 'Asia Documents'

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