10/10/2013

Asian economies are struggling, and there's little sign that the region's political chiefs have got what it takes to put things right, writes William Pesek. From India to Indonesia, top-level missteps and political deadlock suggest a long recovery. "Unless the region's leaders are harboring some latent plan to rise to the occasion, Asia's next five years could be quite turbulent indeed," Pesek argues.

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