Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
May 20, 2016
Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
The Japanese government is trying to increase the nation’s labor force.
Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
Japan: Abe Set to Delay Next Tax Hike
May 15, 2016
Japan: Abe Set to Delay Next Tax Hike
Bowing to economic realities, the Japanese PM will reportedly postpone the next consumption tax hike.
Japan: Abe Set to Delay Next Tax Hike
China Eyes Vietnam and the TPP Warily
May 14, 2016
China Eyes Vietnam and the TPP Warily
Vietnam's economic growth, coupled with TPP, could spell trouble for Chinese companies.
China Eyes Vietnam and the TPP Warily
What Does ‘L-Shaped’ Growth Imply for China?
May 12, 2016
What Does ‘L-Shaped’ Growth Imply for China?
An unnamed official gives some hints about the official projection for China’s economy.
What Does ‘L-Shaped’ Growth Imply for China?
What's Next for Abenomics?
May 10, 2016
What's Next for Abenomics?
The success of Shinzo Abe's economic policy push may hinge on pension reforms.
What's Next for Abenomics?
Partial Panama Papers Database Now Available For Public Search and Download
May 10, 2016
Partial Panama Papers Database Now Available For Public Search and Download
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has made a partial Panama Papers database available.
Partial Panama Papers Database Now Available For Public Search and Download
Australia: Turnbull Pledges Growth as Elections Called
May 09, 2016
Australia: Turnbull Pledges Growth as Elections Called
In the wake of the budget, the Australian PM has confirmed that Australia will go to the polls on July 2.
Australia: Turnbull Pledges Growth as Elections Called
Hong Kong's Tax Revenue Decline Has a Silver Lining
May 07, 2016
Hong Kong's Tax Revenue Decline Has a Silver Lining
Hong Kong's overheated property market may finally be cooling off.
Hong Kong's Tax Revenue Decline Has a Silver Lining
Corruption, Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
May 06, 2016
Corruption, Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
Corruption continues to be a major drag on economic growth in developing countries.
Corruption, Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
China’s Impressive Auto Industry
May 02, 2016
China’s Impressive Auto Industry
The country’s well-functioning auto sector is a bright spot in an otherwise slowing economy.
China’s Impressive Auto Industry
Deflation Threatens Australia
May 01, 2016
Deflation Threatens Australia
The deflation disease appears to be spreading rapidly through Asia.
Deflation Threatens Australia
Vietnam's Political Transition: Economic Implications
April 30, 2016
Vietnam's Political Transition: Economic Implications
With the business-friendly PM Nguyen Tan Dung out of office, what's next for Vietnam's economy?
Vietnam's Political Transition: Economic Implications
The AIIB and the NDB: The End of Multilateralism or a New Beginning?
April 26, 2016
The AIIB and the NDB: The End of Multilateralism or a New Beginning?
Should the West be worried about new competition in the global financial architecture?
The AIIB and the NDB: The End of Multilateralism or a New Beginning?
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
April 25, 2016
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
Following the doomsday scenarios of early 2016, there has been a slight uptick in sentiment.
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015
April 25, 2016
India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015
Largely due to recent government reforms, India has become the top destination for foreign direct investment worldwide.
India Takes Over From China as Top Global FDI Destination in 2015
China’s Steel Glut Still a Problem
April 24, 2016
China’s Steel Glut Still a Problem
Beijing needs to rethink its trade policies.
China’s Steel Glut Still a Problem
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