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India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus
November 02, 2018
India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus
“Our software and Japan’s hardware can do wonders” Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared.
India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus
The CPTPP Trade Agreement Will Enter Into Force on December 30
November 01, 2018
The CPTPP Trade Agreement Will Enter Into Force on December 30
With Australia's ratification, the CPTPP has met the threshold requirements to enter into force.
The CPTPP Trade Agreement Will Enter Into Force on December 30
What Will the US-China Trade War Mean for Africa?
October 25, 2018
What Will the US-China Trade War Mean for Africa?
The collateral damage and potential opportunities, as seen from Uganda, Nigeria, and Ethiopia.
What Will the US-China Trade War Mean for Africa?
Keeping Asia on Top of Global Growth
October 15, 2018
Keeping Asia on Top of Global Growth
The latest projections shave a bit off of expected Asian growth.
Keeping Asia on Top of Global Growth
Afghanistan’s Minerals: A Looted Economic Hope for Stability
October 05, 2018
Afghanistan’s Minerals: A Looted Economic Hope for Stability
Instead of being looted, Afghanistan’s resources should be strategically exploited for the country's benefit.
Afghanistan’s Minerals: A Looted Economic Hope for Stability
The West Is Missing Asia’s Coal Opportunity
October 04, 2018
The West Is Missing Asia’s Coal Opportunity
Western governments should look at coal as an opportunity to lift a significant proportion of the world’s population out of poverty.
The West Is Missing Asia’s Coal Opportunity
Abe's Art of the Deal: What the Japanese Prime Minister Won in New York
October 02, 2018
Abe's Art of the Deal: What the Japanese Prime Minister Won in New York
Japan is at the heart of virtually every effort to write new rules governing the global trading system in the 21st century.
Abe's Art of the Deal: What the Japanese Prime Minister Won in New York
As China's P2P Industry Stumbles, One Company Is Soaring
September 26, 2018
As China's P2P Industry Stumbles, One Company Is Soaring
Fincera Chairman Yonghui Li on thriving despite China’s P2P industry turbulence.
As China's P2P Industry Stumbles, One Company Is Soaring
Good Economic Times Are Over, Warns OECD
September 24, 2018
Good Economic Times Are Over, Warns OECD
Amid trade tensions and global risks, warning bells are ringing over Asia’s growth forecast.
Good Economic Times Are Over, Warns OECD
Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
September 23, 2018
Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
Corporate governance has a long way to go in Japan.
Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
Wanted: A Solid Tax Base in Pakistan
September 21, 2018
Wanted: A Solid Tax Base in Pakistan
The new government must confront an old problem.
Wanted: A Solid Tax Base in Pakistan
China's Great Property Wall
September 19, 2018
China's Great Property Wall
Is it time to bring real estate into the trade war?
China's Great Property Wall
How Worried Should China Be About its ‘Consumption Downgrade’?
September 15, 2018
How Worried Should China Be About its ‘Consumption Downgrade’?
Whether there is a “consumption downgrade” remains debatable, but real threats are growing in China’s economy.
How Worried Should China Be About its ‘Consumption Downgrade’?
How Badly is Indonesia’s Economy Really Doing?
September 13, 2018
How Badly is Indonesia’s Economy Really Doing?
While comparisons to the Asian Financial Crisis may be premature or overly alarming, there are reasons for worry.
How Badly is Indonesia’s Economy Really Doing?
A Blueprint for Fixing Pakistan's Economy
September 12, 2018
A Blueprint for Fixing Pakistan's Economy
Imran Khan needs to make a diehard attempt to revitalize Pakistan's ailing economy. Here's how he can start.
A Blueprint for Fixing Pakistan's Economy
Omotenashi: The Business Norm Underlying Low Economic Productivity in Japan
September 11, 2018
Omotenashi: The Business Norm Underlying Low Economic Productivity in Japan
One idiosyncrasy unique to corporate Japan prevents the reduction of unessential workers to improve productivity.
Omotenashi: The Business Norm Underlying Low Economic Productivity in Japan
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