By Randy Gage
THE manhattan occasions BESTSELLER and number one WALL highway magazine BESTSELLER
Risky Is the hot Safe is a distinct form of booklet for a unique type of thinking—a thought-provoking manifesto for chance takers. it is going to problem you to imagine laterally, query premises, and be a contrarian.
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The demands of 26 INTRODUCTION capitalist development and ecology in the nineties promises to give a further twist to the dynamics of personality and socioeconomic structure. The final chapter by Chris Rhodes and Nurun Nabi discusses the economic and political prospects facing the Asian communities in the area of Brick Lane in the eastern wards of Tower Hamlets. Two urban narratives are set to collide. The one is determined by the investment trusts and property developers who wish to realise the value—both material and cultural—of inner city locations so close to the central business district.
The question raised by Rhodes and Nabi is whether the economic and cultural structure of Asian businesses is assimilable to the modernising mission contained in the linkage schemes. As Zukin notes with reference to linkages, ‘temporarily’ displaced businesses and trades rarely come back. Rhodes and Nabi record that this is a scepticism shared by Asian businesses in the area. Decisions on the Brick Lane development will be taken by the local politicians. Here the viability and profitability of Asian businesses will be a key perception.
The centres of London, Tokyo and New York and, increasingly, the emerging financial markets in the Far East were electronically bound together just as their internal structures depended on the technology of computers and information. With faster trades, not least in the foreign exchange markets where London’s financial firms still handled more business each day than any other centre, and with multi-billion dollar funds in play, it was quite inevitable that securities prices, exchange rates and interest rates should become increasingly volatile.