Christopher Lingle: December 2005 Archives

Japan's Recovery Is Fragile

Were the consequences not so dire, the spectacle might be amusing. Over much of the past 15 years, Japanese officials and market analysts have heralded the emergence of economic data indicating the end to a persistent period of slow growth.... Read More

India's Promise

NEW DELHI, INDIA -- At the beginning of the great European explorations of the world, India was home to a fabulous amount of wealth. Indeed, all the invading empires from the Mughals to the British became vastly rich. And the... Read More

Jakarta's Engine is Still Sputtering

Questions loom over the cause of the ongoing economic instability of the Indonesian economy. Jakarta was expecting the full-year rise in consumer prices to be 8 percent for this year and 8.6 percent for 2006. But an unexpectedly high rate... Read More

Jakarta's Engine is Still Sputtering

Questions loom over the cause of the ongoing economic instability of the Indonesian economy. Jakarta was expecting the full-year rise in consumer prices to be 8 percent for this year and 8.6 percent for 2006. But an unexpectedly high rate... Read More

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