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The Global Oil War Rages On With OPEC Cut Deal Extension
December 05, 2017
The Global Oil War Rages On With OPEC Cut Deal Extension
OPEC and major non-OPEC producers agreed to extend the December 2016 production cut deal through 2018.
The Global Oil War Rages On With OPEC Cut Deal Extension
Asia To Stay World's Fastest-Growing Region Through 2030
December 04, 2017
Asia To Stay World's Fastest-Growing Region Through 2030
Asia should remain the world's economic heavyweight for another 10 years.
Asia To Stay World's Fastest-Growing Region Through 2030
EU's New Anti-Dumping Rules Threaten Trade Relations With China
December 01, 2017
EU's New Anti-Dumping Rules Threaten Trade Relations With China
Despite not naming any country, China seems to be the obvious target of new anti-dumping rules.
EU's New Anti-Dumping Rules Threaten Trade Relations With China
OECD: Life Satisfaction Falls Amid Slow Recovery From Global Crisis
November 20, 2017
OECD: Life Satisfaction Falls Amid Slow Recovery From Global Crisis
The OECD calls its “How’s Life?” report a wake-up call for governments.
OECD: Life Satisfaction Falls Amid Slow Recovery From Global Crisis
TPP Survives After Canadians ‘Screwed Everybody’
November 14, 2017
TPP Survives After Canadians ‘Screwed Everybody’
Despite a no-show from Canada's prime minister, the TPP has new life.
TPP Survives After Canadians ‘Screwed Everybody’
Export-Led Growth on the Wane in East Asia
November 10, 2017
Export-Led Growth on the Wane in East Asia
The boom era of low-cost manufacturing is at an end. Can Asia’s developing economies adjust?
Export-Led Growth on the Wane in East Asia
Can China Fix Its Debt Woes?
October 26, 2017
Can China Fix Its Debt Woes?
Some positive signals came out of the 19th Party Congress, but reform will be an uphill battle. 
Can China Fix Its Debt Woes?
Has Winter Come for Chinese Investments in the EU?
October 24, 2017
Has Winter Come for Chinese Investments in the EU?
European governments are increasingly suspicious of China's state-driven investment strategy.
Has Winter Come for Chinese Investments in the EU?
Foreign Investors Jittery Amid Myanmar's Rohingya Crisis
October 21, 2017
Foreign Investors Jittery Amid Myanmar's Rohingya Crisis
Western companies have been slow to exploit opportunities in Myanmar, especially as the Rohingya crisis worsens.
Foreign Investors Jittery Amid Myanmar's Rohingya Crisis
IMF: India Slips But Asia Still Leads Pack
October 16, 2017
IMF: India Slips But Asia Still Leads Pack
The latest projections show the importance of Asia for a world economy that is still slowly recovering.
IMF: India Slips But Asia Still Leads Pack
Closing The Gap: Asia’s Slow Progress on Equality
October 10, 2017
Closing The Gap: Asia’s Slow Progress on Equality
Gender equality remains a distant pursuit for much of the Asia-Pacific region, despite the economic and social benefits.
Closing The Gap: Asia’s Slow Progress on Equality
Tougher Times Ahead For New Zealand’s Next Government
September 25, 2017
Tougher Times Ahead For New Zealand’s Next Government
Financial markets during the campaign showed a preference for continuity, but tougher times may be ahead.
Tougher Times Ahead For New Zealand’s Next Government
Trump Blocks His First Chinese Acquisition of an American Company
September 21, 2017
Trump Blocks His First Chinese Acquisition of an American Company
What's behind the recent national security-driven decision to block a Chinese acquisition of a U.S. firm?
Trump Blocks His First Chinese Acquisition of an American Company
Why Myanmar’s Insurance Market is the Next Big Thing
September 18, 2017
Why Myanmar’s Insurance Market is the Next Big Thing
The market remains closed to foreign insurers, but that is set to change.
Why Myanmar’s Insurance Market is the Next Big Thing
Rise of the Redback: Internationalizing the Chinese Renminbi
September 16, 2017
Rise of the Redback: Internationalizing the Chinese Renminbi
Beijing’s plans to internationalize the RMB haven't come to fruition; the Belt and Road Initiative may help finally make gains.
Rise of the Redback: Internationalizing the Chinese Renminbi
Why is China Building its Own Domestic Credit Ratings Architecture?
September 12, 2017
Why is China Building its Own Domestic Credit Ratings Architecture?
China has zero intention of opening more than it needs to.
Why is China Building its Own Domestic Credit Ratings Architecture?
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