It will likely survive, but only after more firms and currencies crash and burn. Here’s why.
Charu Sudan Kasturi
Charu Sudan Kasturi is a writer and editor who has led multiple award-winning investigations and projects, from the United States and Mexico to India ... and the Philippines. He is the recipient of a New York Foreign Press Association award, a San Francisco Press Club award and a Pulitzer fellowship and is a Webby nominee.
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