September 28, 2009
The Washington Post staff share their picks for reading around the Web.
The Financial Times | Columnist Martin Wolf argues that China's efforts to rebalance its economy--toward domestic consumption and away from exports--has been too slow and timid.
MicKinsey Global Institute | A sweeping annual analysis of world capital markets, the first to arrive post-crisis, which finds that world financial assets fell by $16 trillion in 2008, the largest decline on record.
September 28, 2009; 12:49 PM ET
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