Crowds walk though a street flanked by small shops in the city of Changsha, Hunan province. The world is likely to experience a gradual, albeit choppy, economic recovery. Photo: AFP Crowds walk though a street flanked by small shops in the city of Changsha, Hunan province. The world is likely to experience a gradual, albeit choppy, economic recovery. Photo: AFP
Crowds walk though a street flanked by small shops in the city of Changsha, Hunan province. The world is likely to experience a gradual, albeit choppy, economic recovery. Photo: AFP
Terry Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Terry Chan and Alexandra Dimitrijevic

Should the world fear a post-pandemic debt crisis?

  • The short-term economic outlook remains worrying worldwide, particularly for small and medium-sized companies fighting to survive. But a large-scale debt crisis may not be nearly as likely as many fear

Crowds walk though a street flanked by small shops in the city of Changsha, Hunan province. The world is likely to experience a gradual, albeit choppy, economic recovery. Photo: AFP Crowds walk though a street flanked by small shops in the city of Changsha, Hunan province. The world is likely to experience a gradual, albeit choppy, economic recovery. Photo: AFP
Crowds walk though a street flanked by small shops in the city of Changsha, Hunan province. The world is likely to experience a gradual, albeit choppy, economic recovery. Photo: AFP
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