Asian financial crisis 10 years after

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Since 1997, East Asia's aggregate output doubled to $5 billion and more than 200 million people transcended the $2 a day poverty line. Looking ahead, 9 out of 10 Asians may be living in a middle income economy by the end of the decade.

Don't rest on your laurels, warns a new World Bank report. The region could fall into the 'middle income trap.' Find out more this Monday when the authors answer your questions live.

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