Economic Crisis: Down They Fall

Policymakers’ priorities are changing dramatically as autumn and winter approach. Gone are the worries over soaring oil prices and inflation risks, in comes the stark threat of being engulfed in a world recession and the next stage of the global financial meltdown. Those who singled out Britain as being at greatest risk may quickly be proved wrong but, unfortunately, this is not good news.

The World Today Published 1 October 2008 Updated 15 October 2020 3 minute READ

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