Southeast Asia Waits with Fingers Cross…

For the 500 or so investors who gathered at Singapore's Speaker's Corner in an unprecedented protest over the alleged mis-selling of now-worthless financial products linked to Lehman Brothers, the pain of the global banking crisis is real enough. But for the most part, Singapore and the rest of Southeast Asia have escaped relatively unscathed from the mayhem in the West thus far. Whether that can last, however, is problematical.

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