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PM Rui Araujo
Investir no futuro de Timor-Leste
FUTURO
Timor-Leste acolheu a mais recente reunião trilateral da plataforma para o Desenvolvimento Económico Sub-Regional Integrado entre Timor-Leste, Indonésia e Austrália

Ai-han Timor Nian
Ramos-Horta
"Tantangan Timor Leste Makin Berat"
ECONOMIA
"..fo-hanoin ba ukun nain sira nebe tinan tinan truka hela deit ministrus, atu hare ba povu nia moris nebe "kuaze 50%" povu sei moris iha linha pobreza nia laran..."
Australia-Timor Leste
Notre Dame students experience the world and help those in need in Timor-Leste
Empresários - Timor Telecom
Empresários timorenses e fundo das Fiji na corrida pela Timor Telecom
Timor-Leste - BAII
Timor-Leste inicia processo de adesão ao Banco Asiático de Investimento em Infraestruturas
Timor-Leste - Maluku
Maluku kaji kerja sama dengan Timor Leste

segunda-feira, 3 de novembro de 2008

Eastern Europe 2008 = Southeast Asia 1997

PAUL KRUGMAN

Eastern Europe 2008 = Southeast Asia 1997
From Bloomberg:
Foreign-denominated loans helped fuel eastern European economies including Poland, Romania and Ukraine, funding home purchases and entrepreneurship after the region emerged from communism. The elimination of such lending is magnifying the global credit crunch and threatening to stall the expansion of some of Europe’s fastest-growing economies.
The key to the Asian crisis — and of Argentina’s collapse in 2002 — was the way domestic players leveraged themselves up with foreign-currency loans. When the capital inflows dried up, and the Asian currencies plunged, these debts suddenly became a much bigger burden, decimating balance sheets and causing a downward spiral of deleveraging.
Fonte:http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/10/31/eastern-europe-2008-southeast-asia-1997/

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