TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 24 September 2008

US crisis may damage Shipyards privatisation, economist warns

Charlot Zahra

Economists and bankers contacted by Business Today offered different interpretations of the extent to which local economy might be impacted in the wake of the crisis hitting Wall Street recently.
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