Opinion: China and India must open their markets

12 Feb 2010

Asia has recovered strongly from the global financial crisis, but China and India must develop their domestic capital markets and allow in more international investors if their economies are to reach their full potential.

The global credit crisis has turned many financial assumptions upside-down.

It revealed that the financial markets of the US can be vulnerable, that some of the world’s so-called safest instruments can fail, and that the words ‘financial crisis’ are not solely applicable to the 1997 economic downturn in ...

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