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Davos debate January 27, 2008

Posted by Daniel Martin in General.
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As the global outlook shifts from uncertainty towards vulnerability, how many more “body blows” can the world economy take? Is a “perfect storm” looming?

Against the backdrop of the World Economic Forum, the BBC Davos Debate explores the vulnerability of the global economy in 2008, from the perspective of both developed and developing nations.

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Join Nik Gowling and a panel of selected guests as they discuss the consequences if the following were to happen:

  • Oil and commodity prices keep rising.
  • New financial market shocks hits the US and the dollar keeps falling.
  • Dramatic corrections burst the bubbles in emerging markets.
  • The economic centre of gravity continues to shift eastwards.

Click on the link below to listen to the BBC radio programme.

Davos debate programme

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