Lehman sets out the good and the bad of Asian GDP

In light of the recent events in the US, Lehman Brothers has outlined two different scenarios for GDP growth in Asia.

At times this year, it has seemed that not a week passes without some new revision to the economic growth forecasts for economies in the region. Following the recent attacks in the US, and the uncertainty it is causing worldwide, the task of predicting GDP growth is proving to be even more complicated.

With that in mind, it should not come as a surprise to see that at Lehman Brothers' Asian credit conference, held in Hong Kong last week, the bank has now set out good-case and bad-case scenarios for what could happen to GDP in the coming months.

Trying to make forecasts is hard enough, but it has been made even more...

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