Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Skyscraper Index in Malaysia

Anil Netto reports that the "announcement that a 100-storey tower will be built in the capital by a government investment fund comes as global liquidity is flooding the region and raises concerns the project could represent the front end of a coming new crisis" — Sky high risks in Malaysia.

The Skyscraper Index suggests "that the world's tallest buildings have risen on the eve of economic downturns." Mark Thornton provides the Austrian School analysis — Skyscrapers and Business Cycles.

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