China’s Capital Outflows
February 23, 2015
China’s Capital Outflows
In a reverse, the central bank is now having to intervene in support of its currency.
China’s Capital Outflows
Japan Escapes Recession
February 18, 2015
Japan Escapes Recession
The country manages to grow at the end of 2014, but the anemic pace underscores the work still to be done.
Japan Escapes Recession
Why Trade With China: An Arctic Perspective
February 18, 2015
Why Trade With China: An Arctic Perspective
China’s interest in the Arctic makes perfect economic sense.
Why Trade With China: An Arctic Perspective
Global Economy: Is Time Running Out For Reform?
February 17, 2015
Global Economy: Is Time Running Out For Reform?
Global governments are urged to make good on their reform commitments.
Global Economy: Is Time Running Out For Reform?
Fading Embers in China’s Coal Industry
February 14, 2015
Fading Embers in China’s Coal Industry
The industry is suffering from the domestic and international shift to cleaner energy.
Fading Embers in China’s Coal Industry
China Can't Solve Russia’s Energy Technology Trap
February 13, 2015
China Can't Solve Russia’s Energy Technology Trap
Russia has been heavily dependent on Western technology. China is unlikely to be a replacement.
China Can't Solve Russia’s Energy Technology Trap
China, India To Lead World By 2050, Says PwC
February 12, 2015
China, India To Lead World By 2050, Says PwC
Asia's powerhouse economies are predicted to be dominant by mid-century.
China, India To Lead World By 2050, Says PwC
Asia Leads Innovation Race
February 08, 2015
Asia Leads Innovation Race
Asia fares well in a recent ranking of the world’s most innovative countries.
Asia Leads Innovation Race
Australia Joins Asia’s Dollar Discounters
February 07, 2015
Australia Joins Asia’s Dollar Discounters
Will a recent rate cut by Australia’s central bank be enough to revive a faltering economy?
Australia Joins Asia’s Dollar Discounters
China’s Changing Labor Conditions
February 06, 2015
China’s Changing Labor Conditions
The country’s increasingly skilled labor force will need service sector reforms to accommodate it.
China’s Changing Labor Conditions
Asia’s Urbanization ‘Just Beginning’
January 30, 2015
Asia’s Urbanization ‘Just Beginning’
Despite a huge wave of urbanization in the first decade of this century, the process may be just getting underway.
Asia’s Urbanization ‘Just Beginning’
China’s Stock Market Rally, Brought to You by Shadow Banking
January 28, 2015
China’s Stock Market Rally, Brought to You by Shadow Banking
Chinese equities have benefited from money coming from the country’s shadow banking sector.
China’s Stock Market Rally, Brought to You by Shadow Banking
IMF: India to Take Growth Lead
January 21, 2015
IMF: India to Take Growth Lead
The debate over whether India is the “next China” will continue, but for now the robust growth is welcome.
IMF: India to Take Growth Lead
Economic Zones and Infrastructure on China’s Silk Road
January 21, 2015
Economic Zones and Infrastructure on China’s Silk Road
Done right, the New Silk Road project could have a major impact on cities along the corridor.
Economic Zones and Infrastructure on China’s Silk Road
World Bank Warns on Global Growth
January 17, 2015
World Bank Warns on Global Growth
The organization cuts its growth forecast again, and predicts mixed fortunes for the Asia-Pacific in 2015.
World Bank Warns on Global Growth
Making India's Investor Summits More Effective
January 16, 2015
Making India's Investor Summits More Effective
Many Indian states are using summits to reach out to investors. They could be improved.
Making India's Investor Summits More Effective
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