Are there countries which the crises didnt affect the economy?

@icesmile (7172)
Romania
November 22, 2009 10:36am CST
Where do u think that the crises its not that ,much felt or maybe not at all? What about all those ''high class ''peoples?actors, kings , sheikhs, v.i.p.'s They feel indeed this actual crises? Where they affected by the crises or they don t wan to show it ?
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@veejay19 (3592)
• India
23 Nov 09
I think that each and everyone in the world has been affected by the downturn in the world economy in some way or the other.The super-rich,ie the billionaires of the world,those whose names come in the Forbes list have seen their fortunes take a tumble,the Sheikhs have seen their wealth also eroded and so on and so forth. Every country has seen its collective wealth also come down,but the worst hit has been the common man who has not has seen his paypacket taking a big hit but has also lost his earning source.Rich and poor have been affected by the crisis and nobody has escaped.
@coldmoon (1092)
• France
22 Nov 09
I think that the poorest countries don't be affected by the crises. The reason of the recession comes from the stupid investments at the stock market, but this game is too lux for the poor countries which can't be poorer.
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@BlueGoblin (1833)
• United States
22 Nov 09
Countries that didn't invest heavily in the U.S. market. I don't keep up on all this stuff but Belarus was doing good for awhile. It's hard to say because we get so much bad press about Belarus from western countries so it's hard to know what to believe. Belarus is simply hated because they're isolated.
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@ari8388 (167)
• India
22 Nov 09
i dont knw abt other country but india was quiet badly affected i am a fresher and still finding problems to find a job
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• Canada
30 Nov 09
There really was not much of a crisis here in Canada. None of our banks needed to be bailed out, and everything, while tight, is relatively safe here in canada. We are doing OK up here, and there is not nearly the problem here that there is in the USA, or in other countries.