Credit crunch: JapanÆs lessons for the US

JapanÆs experience in the 1990s shows that a credit crunch can destroy wealth and dampen growth in the real economy for years. The US won't be immune.
March 09, 2008

China's Hunan lesson

New policies could turbo-charge Chinese economic growth, says Zhang Jun of Fudan University.
April 19, 2004

Donald's de-grading lesson

Hong Kong''s financial secretary Donald Tsang''s New York visit to Moody''s and Standard & Poor''s shows how much power resides in the agencies.
June 14, 2000