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South-east Asia's legacy of debt still a threat to economic stability

Recent rebound in emerging-market sentiment may simply be masking the danger of "original sin"

Hong Kong

IN South-east Asia, original sin hasn't gone away. Even as the region's currencies rally, stock markets rise and foreign investors return, a legacy of debt remains one of the biggest threats to economic stability.

Governments and companies in Indonesia, Malaysia and other

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