"Although a recession in the developed world is now more or less inevitable, China, India and some of the oil-producing countries are in a very strong countertrend. So the current financial crisis is less likely to cause a global recession than a radical realignment of the global economy, with a relative decline of the US and the rise of China and other developing countries. The danger is that the resulting political tensions, including US protectionism, may disrupt the global economy and plunge the world into recession or worse."

George Soros Financial Times December 15, 2008

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