Published on Jun 24, 2013 by Luke Hunt
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The region’s overheated economy faces a period of adjustment – and for some countries the correction could prove very painful. Southeast Asia, so long a byway of the world economy, has become a well-worn path for foreign investors seeking refuge from the continuing after-effects of the global financial crisis. They have come because the region has been surging ahead over the last few years, even as the West slumped, China readjusted and India stuttered.
Read more from Trefor Moss in The Diplomat.