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China & India: Headwinds from the west slow energy, petrochemicals and metals demand

Featuring Vandana Hari, Ihsan Rahim, and Julien Hall

July 4, 2012 06:00:00 EST (14:30 mins)

Given the continuing turmoil in the US and European markets, both China and India are slashing their 2012 economic growth expectations, as witnessed by the two Asian juggernauts’ oil, petrochemicals and metals markets. The question is, can they both stay out of the vortex of the eurozone and US economic malaise, or will they also be drawn in? In light of this scenario, Vandana Hari, Ihsan Rahim, and Julien Hall discuss the outlook for two of the world’s fastest-growing economies.

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