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What a Duterte Administration Means for the Philippines' Central Bank
June 16, 2016
What a Duterte Administration Means for the Philippines' Central Bank
The Philippine central bank needs a little change, too.
What a Duterte Administration Means for the Philippines' Central Bank
Asia Warns Britain: Don’t Quit EU
June 15, 2016
Asia Warns Britain: Don’t Quit EU
Breaking up is hard to do, especially when it rocks global financial markets.
Asia Warns Britain: Don’t Quit EU
Key Emerging Market Index Rejects Chinese Stock Inclusion
June 15, 2016
Key Emerging Market Index Rejects Chinese Stock Inclusion
In a setback for Chinese officials, MSCI won't be adding Chinese A shares to its key emerging markets index.
Key Emerging Market Index Rejects Chinese Stock Inclusion
Some of China’s Zombie Firms May Finally Die
June 14, 2016
Some of China’s Zombie Firms May Finally Die
The government issues a statement that appears to crack down on dormant firms.
Some of China’s Zombie Firms May Finally Die
Green Finance: A Strategic Imperative for China
June 13, 2016
Green Finance: A Strategic Imperative for China
China's "green financing" could be the key to making sure the Paris agreement comes to fruition.
Green Finance: A Strategic Imperative for China
In Taiwan, Exports Stabilize Despite 16-Month Decline
June 10, 2016
In Taiwan, Exports Stabilize Despite 16-Month Decline
Are Taiwan's exports stabilizing or are tougher times still ahead?
In Taiwan, Exports Stabilize Despite 16-Month Decline
Over-Politicized 'Overcapacity' at US-China Dialogue
June 09, 2016
Over-Politicized 'Overcapacity' at US-China Dialogue
China's overcapacity has replaced currency manipulation as the latest excuse for U.S. protectionism.
Over-Politicized 'Overcapacity' at US-China Dialogue
Hong Kong Top Competitor But Europeans Still The Happiest
June 08, 2016
Hong Kong Top Competitor But Europeans Still The Happiest
Asia leads the world in business, but the Nordic countries do best with life satisfaction.
Hong Kong Top Competitor But Europeans Still The Happiest
Sustainably Affordable Health Care in China
June 05, 2016
Sustainably Affordable Health Care in China
Can China balance patient affordability with sustainable service provision?
Sustainably Affordable Health Care in China
Foxconn: from Worker Suicides to Plastic Workers
May 29, 2016
Foxconn: from Worker Suicides to Plastic Workers
The controversial company is switching to robots, boding ill for China’s labor market.
Foxconn: from Worker Suicides to Plastic Workers
G7 Falters on Growth Test
May 28, 2016
G7 Falters on Growth Test
The summit failed to endorse coordinated action, but did make progress on trade and tax.
G7 Falters on Growth Test
Philippines: President-Elect Duterte Prompts Concern Over Economic Policy
May 27, 2016
Philippines: President-Elect Duterte Prompts Concern Over Economic Policy
What will the Philippines' president-elect mean for the country's economic prospects?
Philippines: President-Elect Duterte Prompts Concern Over Economic Policy
China’s On-Again, Off-Again P2P Lending
May 20, 2016
China’s On-Again, Off-Again P2P Lending
Activity in the peer-to-peer lending sector has surged at times, despite issues controlling risk.
China’s On-Again, Off-Again P2P Lending
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
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