Opinion: bubble mentality puts Asia on alert

Regulators in the region need to act decisively to stave off the risk of an asset bubble before it is too late. The warning signs are there, and if left unchecked 2014 could look uncannily like 1997.

  • 15 Dec 2009
Recession, what recession? The signs are mounting that Asia has shrugged off the global financial crisis that early on was billed as the next Great Depression. Stock markets are buoyant, property markets have rebounded and unemployment is falling. All in all it has fostered a perception of economic ...

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