Interestingly, revenue growth has appeared more robust but bifurcated in information technology that had no official support after its 2000 collapse—such corporate performance needs to expand for our scenario to be realized. Financial developments remain crucial, still needing risk parameters to be re-established. Broader moral hazard needs curbing in emerging and advanced countries alike with a current real time example in Kuwait with bailout demands now in 2009 for consumer loans by citizens after similar demands were met for capital market investments after the Souk al Manakh failure in September 1982. For central bank policy and laterally for financial health, two flexibility tracks of Have and Have-nots are developing on exit strategies and regulation. Further risk parameters still need to be developed in the form of higher capital and more stringent, less mechanistic internal and external supervision before the crucial financials can be considered in normal mode.
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