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Investors Fret as Duterte’s Popularity Slumps
July 17, 2018
Investors Fret as Duterte’s Popularity Slumps
Will Duterte's crass and unpredictable style impact the Philippine economy?
Investors Fret as Duterte’s Popularity Slumps
China's Possible Next Steps in the Trade War
July 07, 2018
China's Possible Next Steps in the Trade War
What China's “qualitative” measures might look like in the trade war versus the United States.
China's Possible Next Steps in the Trade War
Taiwan's Migrant Workers Are Finding Their Voice
June 27, 2018
Taiwan's Migrant Workers Are Finding Their Voice
Labor protests in Taiwan reveal a pesky sincerity problem for government agencies.
Taiwan's Migrant Workers Are Finding Their Voice
Asia Winning World Cup (Off The Field, That Is)
June 25, 2018
Asia Winning World Cup (Off The Field, That Is)
China's team may not have made it, but its companies are well represented at the World Cup.
Asia Winning World Cup (Off The Field, That Is)
Mobile App Developers in India Are Always Fighting Losing Battles
June 15, 2018
Mobile App Developers in India Are Always Fighting Losing Battles
Without timely access to path-breaking technologies, app developers in India can never be on an equal footing with developers in the first world.
Mobile App Developers in India Are Always Fighting Losing Battles
What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes
June 12, 2018
What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes
Some advice for Chinese tech companies looking to go global.
What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes
North Korea Far From Following Vietnam
June 11, 2018
North Korea Far From Following Vietnam
The chances of North Korea undergoing its own 'Doi Moi' process remain slim.
North Korea Far From Following Vietnam
The Future of Special Economic Zones in Afghanistan
June 06, 2018
The Future of Special Economic Zones in Afghanistan
How does the Trump administration’s new South Asia Strategy change the plan for establishing SEZs in Afghanistan?
The Future of Special Economic Zones in Afghanistan
Will OPEC Ease Production Cut Agreement Early?
June 05, 2018
Will OPEC Ease Production Cut Agreement Early?
OPEC and non-OPEC oil majors meet later this month to decide on ending production cut scheme early
Will OPEC Ease Production Cut Agreement Early?
US-China Trade War Escalates
May 29, 2018
US-China Trade War Escalates
While a truce was called, the fundamental tensions have not been addressed -- so the 'war' is back on.
US-China Trade War Escalates
TPP’s Regulatory Capitalism and China’s Belt and Road Challenges
May 25, 2018
TPP’s Regulatory Capitalism and China’s Belt and Road Challenges
The revived TPP 11 operates as a significant alternative to China's approach, embodied in the Belt and Road Initiative.
TPP’s Regulatory Capitalism and China’s Belt and Road Challenges
Malaysia’s Election: A Surprise Win For Reform
May 11, 2018
Malaysia’s Election: A Surprise Win For Reform
Putting aside the political fall-out, the economic implications could be huge.
Malaysia’s Election: A Surprise Win For Reform
Korea’s Peace Dividend
May 07, 2018
Korea’s Peace Dividend
What are the economic implications of the recent thaw in inter-Korea relations?
Korea’s Peace Dividend
The CPTPP and Its Implications for Japan
May 04, 2018
The CPTPP and Its Implications for Japan
The CPTPP is the cornerstone on which Japan hopes to further its economic and diplomatic power in the Asia-Pacific.
The CPTPP and Its Implications for Japan
Taiwan Caught in the Middle of the U.S.-China Trade Tiff
April 24, 2018
Taiwan Caught in the Middle of the U.S.-China Trade Tiff
Aimed at China, new U.S. tariffs also hit Taiwan.
Taiwan Caught in the Middle of the U.S.-China Trade Tiff
IMF: No Room for Complacency on Growth
April 23, 2018
IMF: No Room for Complacency on Growth
The IMF warns that the current period of growth might not last long.
IMF: No Room for Complacency on Growth
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