China’s Underground Banks Busted
November 22, 2014
China’s Underground Banks Busted
The crackdown is part of a broader anti-corruption campaign that is trying to control the illegal use of funds.
China’s Underground Banks Busted
Jokowi’s Big Energy ‘Swing’
November 21, 2014
Jokowi’s Big Energy ‘Swing’
Subsidy cuts and tax holidays may jumpstart investment, but minimum safety nets should be maintained.
Jokowi’s Big Energy ‘Swing’
Can India Become the Next China?
November 20, 2014
Can India Become the Next China?
With its growing labor force, the South Asian giant has some impressive long-term growth potential.
Can India Become the Next China?
Will History Repeat in Japan?
November 18, 2014
Will History Repeat in Japan?
Poor economic data prompt election talk and put the next consumption tax hike in doubt.
Will History Repeat in Japan?
From Catfish to Computer Chips: There’s More Than One Vietnam for Investors
November 16, 2014
From Catfish to Computer Chips: There’s More Than One Vietnam for Investors
Some of Vietnam’s lesser known provinces offer real advantages.
From Catfish to Computer Chips: There’s More Than One Vietnam for Investors
G20 Warned On Growth
November 14, 2014
G20 Warned On Growth
World leaders will have a challenging agenda at this weekend’s summit.
G20 Warned On Growth
China’s Reality in the US-China Climate Change Deal
November 14, 2014
China’s Reality in the US-China Climate Change Deal
Despite the skepticism, China made some substantial commitments in this week’s agreement.
China’s Reality in the US-China Climate Change Deal
China's TPP Contradictions
November 14, 2014
China's TPP Contradictions
In attacking the Trans-Pacific Partnership, China's state media directly contradicted President Xi.
China's TPP Contradictions
Oil Falls: Will India Reform?
November 12, 2014
Oil Falls: Will India Reform?
Falling oil prices are giving the Indian government a window of opportunity to reform.
Oil Falls: Will India Reform?
Why China Decided to Abolish Its State Salt Monopoly
November 12, 2014
Why China Decided to Abolish Its State Salt Monopoly
Given its record, it is no surprise that China Salt has been targeted for reform.
Why China Decided to Abolish Its State Salt Monopoly
Commodities Upturn Seen By 2016
November 10, 2014
Commodities Upturn Seen By 2016
Australian mining analysts are surprisingly optimistic about the outlook for resources.
Commodities Upturn Seen By 2016
China’s Real Estate Sector Drags on Growth
November 08, 2014
China’s Real Estate Sector Drags on Growth
A continued slowdown in the property market is having implications for other sectors.
China’s Real Estate Sector Drags on Growth
The U.S. and China’s Competing FTA’s During APEC
November 07, 2014
The U.S. and China’s Competing FTA’s During APEC
The U.S. is uninterested in ceding power in a more comprehensive regional trade agreement.
The U.S. and China’s Competing FTA’s During APEC
The Bank of Japan’s Very Bold Move
November 04, 2014
The Bank of Japan’s Very Bold Move
Quantitative easing lives on in Japan as the central bank tries to rescue Abenomics.
The Bank of Japan’s Very Bold Move
Chinese Direct and Financial Outbound Investment
November 03, 2014
Chinese Direct and Financial Outbound Investment
China is becoming an increasingly large and sophisticated investor abroad.
Chinese Direct and Financial Outbound Investment
South Korea: Spring Jailed Tycoons to Save Economy?
October 31, 2014
South Korea: Spring Jailed Tycoons to Save Economy?
Two South Korean government ministers offer up a very bad idea.
South Korea: Spring Jailed Tycoons to Save Economy?
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