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China and America's Economic Challenge
November 08, 2012
China and America's Economic Challenge
With a “fiscal cliff” in the U.S. and needed “rebalancing” in China, both have big economic decisions looming.
China and America's Economic Challenge
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: The Great Divider?
November 06, 2012
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: The Great Divider?
“The biggest risk of the TPP is political: that it might divide the region strategically…”
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: The Great Divider?
Burma: The Promise and Peril
November 05, 2012
Burma: The Promise and Peril
While various reforms seem to have made Burma a hot destination for investment, many challenges remain.
Burma: The Promise and Peril
China:
November 02, 2012
China: "Addicted to Credit"
Another sign that China’s economy, while seeing signs of a turnaround, could face more credit problems.
China: "Addicted to Credit"
Atomic Allies?: India and Australia Explore Uranium Sales
November 01, 2012
Atomic Allies?: India and Australia Explore Uranium Sales
As relations continue to warm, Australia and India could add uranium sales to their budding partnership.
Atomic Allies?: India and Australia Explore Uranium Sales
A U.S.-China “Trade War”: Time to Abolish a Silly Notion
October 31, 2012
A U.S.-China “Trade War”: Time to Abolish a Silly Notion
Would either nation want to take the risk? Is the term “trade war” obsolete?
A U.S.-China “Trade War”: Time to Abolish a Silly Notion
October 29, 2012
Singapore and Hong Kong Shine in Global Competitiveness Index
Each year the World Economic Forum publishes its Global Competitiveness Index. How did Asia do?
Singapore and Hong Kong Shine in Global Competitiveness Index
Indonesia's Economy Presses Ahead
October 24, 2012
Indonesia's Economy Presses Ahead
While the world’s economic picture increasingly looks gloomy, Indonesia seems to be on a roll.
Indonesia's Economy Presses Ahead
Don't Write the Obituary Just Yet: 'King Coal' Still Reigns
October 23, 2012
Don't Write the Obituary Just Yet: 'King Coal' Still Reigns
Despite its ‘dirty’ image and talk of renewables, coal still accounts for 40 percent of global electricity needs.
Don't Write the Obituary Just Yet: 'King Coal' Still Reigns
Playing the Protectionism Game
October 22, 2012
Playing the Protectionism Game
Despite accusations from Chinese firms trying to gain entry into American markets, Beijing protects its own “strategic sectors.”
Playing the Protectionism Game
China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag
October 19, 2012
China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag
While the economy has slowed, opinions vary on what comes next. Is another boom possible?
China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag
‘Shadow Banking’ in China
October 17, 2012
‘Shadow Banking’ in China
“The reduction in formal lending forced an economy addicted to credit to increasingly turn to less utilized financing channels…”
‘Shadow Banking’ in China
Troubles in the EU, America and China Cause Concern in S. Korea
October 12, 2012
Troubles in the EU, America and China Cause Concern in S. Korea
Why a Eurozone in crisis, a weak U.S. recovery, and a slowing China all spell trouble for South Korea.
Troubles in the EU, America and China Cause Concern in S. Korea
Gloom and Doom: A Slowing Global Economy
October 11, 2012
Gloom and Doom: A Slowing Global Economy
With regional economic forecasts treading downward, there is pressure for action – but who will step up?
Gloom and Doom: A Slowing Global Economy
Japan's Lost Art of Innovation
October 10, 2012
Japan's Lost Art of Innovation
Once Asia’s leading economy, Japan has struggled to keep up with a fast growing region. Could innovation be the key?
Japan's Lost Art of Innovation
China and Australia's Coming Economic 'Divorce'
October 07, 2012
China and Australia's Coming Economic 'Divorce'
Why “decoupling” may be the new buzzword as both nations rebalance their economies.
China and Australia's Coming Economic 'Divorce'
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