In China, Black Goods Down, White Goods Up
February 12, 2016
In China, Black Goods Down, White Goods Up
At least one major policy goal is being met.
In China, Black Goods Down, White Goods Up
‘Sword Of Damocles’ Hangs Over Asia
February 08, 2016
‘Sword Of Damocles’ Hangs Over Asia
Financial markets are worried about another Chinese currency devaluation.
‘Sword Of Damocles’ Hangs Over Asia
TPP: The Ratification Race is On
February 05, 2016
TPP: The Ratification Race is On
All eyes will be on the United States (and Japan), which can make or break the massive free trade agreement.
TPP: The Ratification Race is On
Multinationals: Enduring China’s Slowdown?
February 03, 2016
Multinationals: Enduring China’s Slowdown?
For now, perhaps, but the longer term looks increasingly challenging.
Multinationals: Enduring China’s Slowdown?
Why Did Russia Just Write Off 97% of Mongolian Debt?
February 03, 2016
Why Did Russia Just Write Off 97% of Mongolian Debt?
Vladimir Putin signed into law an agreement between the two countries settling outstanding debt obligations.
Why Did Russia Just Write Off 97% of Mongolian Debt?
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
January 30, 2016
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
This looks set to be a good year for resources importers.
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters
January 30, 2016
Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters
Japan is experimenting with negative interest rates. Here's what that means.
Why the Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Matters
What ‘Entrepreneurship’ Means to South Koreans
January 29, 2016
What ‘Entrepreneurship’ Means to South Koreans
Many South Koreans are starting a business simply as a means to find work.
What ‘Entrepreneurship’ Means to South Koreans
China’s Relations With Iran: A Threat to the West?
January 27, 2016
China’s Relations With Iran: A Threat to the West?
Trade between the two countries is set to explode.
China’s Relations With Iran: A Threat to the West?
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
January 25, 2016
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
2016 looks increasingly like a difficult year for the global economy.
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
A New Model for China’s Outbound M&A Deals?
January 22, 2016
A New Model for China’s Outbound M&A Deals?
Chinese state-owned enterprises and private equity firms form winning teams in acquiring foreign companies.
A New Model for China’s Outbound M&A Deals?
Interpreting China’s Capital Outflows
January 21, 2016
Interpreting China’s Capital Outflows
What to make of the recent outflows and regulators’ efforts to contain them?
Interpreting China’s Capital Outflows
Reinvigorating Domestic Demand for Growth and Sustainable Development
January 16, 2016
Reinvigorating Domestic Demand for Growth and Sustainable Development
What might the Asia-Pacific be able to do to boost domestic demand?
Reinvigorating Domestic Demand for Growth and Sustainable Development
Should Japan Fear China's Stock Market Crash This Time?
January 15, 2016
Should Japan Fear China's Stock Market Crash This Time?
Will China's 2016 stock market woes have more impact on Japan than in 2015?
Should Japan Fear China's Stock Market Crash This Time?
Jakarta Attacks Hit Vulnerable Target
January 15, 2016
Jakarta Attacks Hit Vulnerable Target
Thursday’s attacks could have some significant economic implications.
Jakarta Attacks Hit Vulnerable Target
Alarm Bells Ringing For Emerging Markets
January 13, 2016
Alarm Bells Ringing For Emerging Markets
Analysts are warning of tougher times ahead for the region.
Alarm Bells Ringing For Emerging Markets
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