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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'
October 05, 2012
The Coming Economic Shift?
While some fear a China-Japan trade war, changes are afoot in the patterns of supply and investment in Asia regardless.
The Coming Economic Shift?
Australia Feels the Sting of China Slowdown
October 03, 2012
Australia Feels the Sting of China Slowdown
Regulators and entrepreneurs ‘Down Under’ are bracing for a resource bust.
Australia Feels the Sting of China Slowdown
Gold Regains its Glitter
October 02, 2012
Gold Regains its Glitter
Investing in the precious metal polarizes investors – but its price looks set to rise regardless.
Gold Regains its Glitter
The Next Asian Tiger
October 01, 2012
The Next Asian Tiger
Peaceful and populous Indonesia is set to buck predictions of a global economic downturn.
The Next Asian Tiger
September 28, 2012
The Dollar Trap: China’s Misunderstood Foreign Exchange Reserves
"...they really are not much use for a domestic financial crisis or as a weapon against the U.S..."
The Dollar Trap: China’s Misunderstood Foreign Exchange Reserves
North America's Natural Gas Boom Comes to the Asia-Pacific
September 27, 2012
North America's Natural Gas Boom Comes to the Asia-Pacific
Will North America’s new found wealth in energy reserves impact Asia?
North America's Natural Gas Boom Comes to the Asia-Pacific
Bank of Japan: Feeling the Squeeze of Quantitative Easing
September 25, 2012
Bank of Japan: Feeling the Squeeze of Quantitative Easing
Japan’s latest decision to “print money” is part of a global trend. There could be consequences.
Bank of Japan: Feeling the Squeeze of Quantitative Easing
Hard Times Ahead For Australia?
September 24, 2012
Hard Times Ahead For Australia?
After 21 straight years of economic expansion, are the good times over for the so-called “lucky country”?
Hard Times Ahead For Australia?
Can Central Banks Stimulate Growth Without Inflation?
September 21, 2012
Can Central Banks Stimulate Growth Without Inflation?
Further asset buying may increase economic growth, but could also let the inflation genie out of the bottle.
Can Central Banks Stimulate Growth Without Inflation?
Tourism and Foreign Investment: Tackling the Easy Problems
September 20, 2012
Tourism and Foreign Investment: Tackling the Easy Problems
Could a boost in tourism and investment from abroad help America’s economic recovery?
Tourism and Foreign Investment: Tackling the Easy Problems
The Dangers of a China-Japan Trade War
September 18, 2012
The Dangers of a China-Japan Trade War
Could the dispute over the Senkaku / Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea damage economic relations?
The Dangers of a China-Japan Trade War
Fossil Fuels Bolstered by Japan's Nuclear Cuts
September 17, 2012
Fossil Fuels Bolstered by Japan's Nuclear Cuts
“…fossil fuels suddenly look a lot more promising in the land that produced a treaty designed to curb them.”
Fossil Fuels Bolstered by Japan's Nuclear Cuts
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