Thursday, September 24, 2009

EconNews Roundup

Interesting take on the G20 meetings although I would not call it a crash course in global economics- it is was too specific to be that. In any case, I have been seeing some papers lately that relate the global supply chains as the primary reason why the supposed decoupling did not happen. Basically, the idea is that, using the examples in the article, if Lenovo suffers India, Mexico, Poland and China suffer; if Apple sells less Ipods, companies in South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Japan feel the strains...

Dr. Doom comes to Istanbul.

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