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economic impact Wednesday, 12 February, 2003, 12:37 GMT
Dollars US officially enters recession
Leading economists announce the US has officially entered a recession, ending the longest period of economic expansion in US history.
IMF warns on global economy
The IMF and OECD warn that the terrorist attacks are accelerating a sharp slowdown in the world economy.
IMF backs terror funds crackdown
UK Chancellor Gordon Brown announces new measures approved by the International Monetary Fund to tackle terrorist funding.
Fog shrouding Delhi's Rajpath Road Indian business confidence fades
A new report says businesspeople in India are feeling the pinch of the slowdown, as sales slide and investment withers.
UK economy Cautious thumbs-up for UK economy
The British economy remains among the strongest in the developed world, a report says, but there is room for policy improvement.
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Some of the world's biggest economies have released dismal figures, but should we be worried?
Rich world woes?


The changing times in the world's airline industry is likely to lead to consolidation
Survival strategies


How Indian businesses are coping in the face of the global economic downturn
India's business blues


The economic rebirth of the famous New York neighbourhood stalls in the wake of September 11
Harlem Blues


In the wake of Monday's air crash, British businesses which rely on US tourists are braced for one of their worst ever winters
Tourist dollars dry up



Japan's recession


Bin Laden is one of thje top names in corporate Saudi Arabia - and the relatives of Osama bin Laden complain that the name has been hijacked.
Family business


Glad it's over
Worst US third quarter profits in years

Europe's airlines are also suffering, in the wake of last week's terror attacks in the USEurope's planes
Why European airlines also want financial aid

Two decades of war have devastated Afghanistan's economyAfghan struggle
Afghanis fight to survive economic doom and gloom
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