Wars and rumours of wars


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  • Saturday, 27 Nov 2010

NORTH Korea's deadly artillery strike on South Korea's Yeonpyeong island earlier this week is a reminder that there are still forces in the world that could throw up an unpredictable risk to the global economic recovery.

Wars and rumours of wars be it in the economic, or organised military, sense are certainly very distressing, as such threats could wreck whatever economic forecasts or goals that we may have made, and further destabilise our social fabric.

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