173. Asian inflation?

July 22, 2009 § Leave a comment

How key is this to the future?

Asia reflation moves to the wild sideAsian reflation is poised to take on a wild life of its own, forcing policymakers at some point to accept that dollar flows are destabilizing and unmanageable. China, in particular, faces an intensifying predicament, with a rejuvenated boom that will prove impervious to central bank tinkering and an ever-increasing accumulation of IOUs of deteriorating quality.

via ATimes.net.


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