Gabriel Sterne, Head of Global Emerging Markets examines how stricken countries are suffering as China and the Western-dominated IMF engage in a titanic wrestling match over debt crisis-resolution architecture.
It’s a massive problem that could be a destructive force for decades. Read the full article to learn more:
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