China’s Slumping Trade Account
April 17, 2015
China’s Slumping Trade Account
Domestic and international factors are driving significant changes in imports and exports.
China’s Slumping Trade Account
Asia’s Growth Gap: India Versus The Rest
April 15, 2015
Asia’s Growth Gap: India Versus The Rest
India is rapidly emerging as Asia’s next growth leader.
Asia’s Growth Gap: India Versus The Rest
Jokowi Must Confront a Weakening Rupiah
April 11, 2015
Jokowi Must Confront a Weakening Rupiah
Indonesia is facing its most serious currency crisis in 17 years.
Jokowi Must Confront a Weakening Rupiah
Asia: Whom Do You Trust?
April 11, 2015
Asia: Whom Do You Trust?
Trust in institutions appears to be linked to the stage of economic development.
Asia: Whom Do You Trust?
Can Asia Overcome Lower Growth Speed Limits?
April 10, 2015
Can Asia Overcome Lower Growth Speed Limits?
The region continues to lead in growth, but the risks are growing.
Can Asia Overcome Lower Growth Speed Limits?
China’s Expanding Offshore RMB Bond Market
April 09, 2015
China’s Expanding Offshore RMB Bond Market
China’s overseas financial and real business activity continues to grow.
China’s Expanding Offshore RMB Bond Market
Free Trade Agreements for Indonesia?
April 06, 2015
Free Trade Agreements for Indonesia?
Bilateral and regional agreements are not ideal, but they do offer some compelling benefits.
Free Trade Agreements for Indonesia?
India to the Rescue as Australia Eyes Coal’s Crown
April 05, 2015
India to the Rescue as Australia Eyes Coal’s Crown
With Chinese demand falling, Australia’s coal producers are looking to other markets.
India to the Rescue as Australia Eyes Coal’s Crown
Don’t Worry, China Won’t Dump the Dollar
April 03, 2015
Don’t Worry, China Won’t Dump the Dollar
A number of factors will keep China wedded to the U.S. dollar, and U.S. debt.
Don’t Worry, China Won’t Dump the Dollar
Is Abenomics Firing at the Wrong Targets?
April 01, 2015
Is Abenomics Firing at the Wrong Targets?
The structural reforms of Japan’s Abe government may not be what is needed to drag the economy out of its slump.
Is Abenomics Firing at the Wrong Targets?
China Cracks Down on Foreign Business Tax Breaks
March 30, 2015
China Cracks Down on Foreign Business Tax Breaks
As growth slows, the government toughens its stance on the tax practices of foreign businesses.
China Cracks Down on Foreign Business Tax Breaks
AEC Dream’s Failure ‘Still A Success’
March 28, 2015
AEC Dream’s Failure ‘Still A Success’
ASEAN looks unlikely to achieve its deadline, but the region will still benefit from integration.
AEC Dream’s Failure ‘Still A Success’
Do Productivity Gains Explain India’s Recent GDP Growth?
March 24, 2015
Do Productivity Gains Explain India’s Recent GDP Growth?
India’s recent economic growth has been impressive, and may be explained by rising productivity.
Do Productivity Gains Explain India’s Recent GDP Growth?
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
March 24, 2015
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
New agreements to upgrade the country’s rail network could make Thailand a major regional transportation hub.
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
New Chinese Banks: Right Out of Mao’s Playbook?
March 20, 2015
New Chinese Banks: Right Out of Mao’s Playbook?
"Start your new stove!" Mao's paradigm shift may be behind China's recent bank initiatives.
New Chinese Banks: Right Out of Mao’s Playbook?
OECD Eyes Risks As Fed Stays Patient
March 20, 2015
OECD Eyes Risks As Fed Stays Patient
The latest outlook for the global economy: modest growth with risks aplenty.
OECD Eyes Risks As Fed Stays Patient
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