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
Rumblings in China’s Real Estate Market
January 16, 2015
Rumblings in China’s Real Estate Market
Smaller developers are beginning to show signs of strain in China’s property market.
Rumblings in China’s Real Estate Market
Sri Lanka’s Economic Challenge
January 13, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Economic Challenge
The new president has set an ambitious timetable for reforms.
Sri Lanka’s Economic Challenge
Asia’s Key Indicators For 2015
January 07, 2015
Asia’s Key Indicators For 2015
Some important economic trends and events to watch for in the coming 12 months.
Asia’s Key Indicators For 2015
China’s Monetary Easing Strategy
January 05, 2015
China’s Monetary Easing Strategy
With the economy continuing to slow, expect some action on the monetary policy front this year.
China’s Monetary Easing Strategy
China’s Holiday Spending Sprees
December 29, 2014
China’s Holiday Spending Sprees
Consumer spending was robust over the Christmas period, and looks set to perform well during Chinese New Year.
China’s Holiday Spending Sprees
China Is Asia’s Top Market For 2014
December 29, 2014
China Is Asia’s Top Market For 2014
China topped Asia's equities markets in 2014. Who will be the winner in 2015?
China Is Asia’s Top Market For 2014
2015 Set to Be a Tough Year for Commodities
December 25, 2014
2015 Set to Be a Tough Year for Commodities
The region’s miners have had a year to forget. Will 2015 be any better?
2015 Set to Be a Tough Year for Commodities
Interview: Japan’s Slow Progress on Womenomics
December 25, 2014
Interview: Japan’s Slow Progress on Womenomics
Devin Stewart on the progress of Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s “Womenomics” reforms.
Interview: Japan’s Slow Progress on Womenomics
Sony’s Yuletide Doldrums Could Lead to Comeback
December 22, 2014
Sony’s Yuletide Doldrums Could Lead to Comeback
Heeding some advice from an unlikely source could help the Japanese company salvage its reputation.
Sony’s Yuletide Doldrums Could Lead to Comeback
India and the Arab League: Walking the Trade Talk
December 21, 2014
India and the Arab League: Walking the Trade Talk
The Modi government is stepping up engagement with the Arab world.
India and the Arab League: Walking the Trade Talk
Monetary Easing a Dead End for Japan
December 19, 2014
Monetary Easing a Dead End for Japan
The BOJ continues to pursue its aggressive quantitative easing, but is it effective?
Monetary Easing a Dead End for Japan
China’s Property Slowdown Prompts Diversification
December 19, 2014
China’s Property Slowdown Prompts Diversification
Chinese property developers are looking beyond real estate as they seek to shore up earnings.
China’s Property Slowdown Prompts Diversification
Are the Good Times Over For Australia?
December 18, 2014
Are the Good Times Over For Australia?
Growth is slowing, while debt and unemployment are on the rise.
Are the Good Times Over For Australia?
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