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Southern discomfort

12 Oct 2010 By John Foley

Emerging market tieups are on the rise. But familiar imbalances lurk: India and China are buying, while everyone else sells. Southern economies may be happy to thumb their noses at the North for now, but selling the family silver is a poor way to climb the development ladder.

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