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Business this week. Office occupancy costs. Asian airlines: Having fun and flying high. Tony Fernandes is proving that there is a market for budget airlines in Asia. Thailand: Silent night. Current-account balances. Emerging economies: What's in a name? South-East Asian stockmarkets: A vote click to see more equities.

History in brief. Noodle soup. Why did the world trade talks in Mexico fall apart? And who is to blame? Its fate may have been sealed seven years ago singapore Singapore. Economist finance in South-East Asia: Hey, big spender. Narrow tax-bases and big stocks of debt mean that South-East Asian governments have little to spare for the things that matter. Liberty's great advance.

Liberalism has brought sharp reductions singapore both poverty and international inequality. South-East Asia's war on terror: An uphill struggle. Police are scoring successes—but this underlines the extent of the task. Asian contagion. The once-dynamic tigers are now struggling with SARS, terrorism and the fhe slowdown.

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