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Micheal Andrew, Chairman KPMG: US dollar will remain a global currency

Middle East: Tuesday, January 24 - 2012 @ 08:57

Michael Andrew, Global Chairman KPMG International, tells Edward Poultney why the group is looking at a shift in growth to the Asian economies, making these KPMG’s most important future markets, and how the first half of 2012 going to be a very tough period although some optimism should emerge toward the back end of the year, especially around the US economy, the implementation of China’s 13th five-year-plan and emerging markets – but long-term structural issues need to be addressed in Europe and the US.

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