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What does Jackson Hole mean for Asia's businesses?

25 August 2014 Last updated at 02:15 BST

Unemployment and inflation were two of the topics at Jackson Hole, at the annual get-together hosted by Janet Yellen, the Chair of the US Federal Reserve.

The topic of this year's central banker meeting was labour markets, a pertinent topic as job growth remains weak across leading economies.

So, how will Ms Yellen's decisions affect Asia's economies?

Sumit Agarwal, former economist with the Federal Reserve Bank and now with the Business School at the National University of Singapore, tells the BBC more.

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