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The 21st century is commonly referred to as the 'Pacific Century.' For such a prediction to materialize, the economies of the Asia-Pacific must lead the globe. What challenges will the region face? What nations stand to benefit most? The Diplomat's economics and business blog, Pacific Money, will try to tackle these questions and more.

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Last of the Automakers to Leave Australia
February 11, 2014

Last of the Automakers to Leave Australia

By Anthony Fensom
Australia faces a future without domestic auto production after Toyota says it will leave.
India Inc. and the CFIUS National Security Review
February 10, 2014

India Inc. and the CFIUS National Security Review

By Ziad Haider
Indian firms hoping to invest in the U.S. need to include CFIUS in their thinking.

10 Books for Understanding China's Economy
February 08, 2014

10 Books for Understanding China's Economy

By James Parker
Pacific Money writer James Parker recommends the most insightful economics and finance offerings.

Apple iPhone 6: Bigger Screen and More Powerful Camera?
February 07, 2014

Apple iPhone 6: Bigger Screen and More Powerful Camera?

By Vlad Andrici
Rumors and reports suggest that Apple might change up its current iPhone strategy.

Japan First Country To Pay For Iranian Crude Following Interim Deal
February 07, 2014

Japan First Country To Pay For Iranian Crude Following Interim Deal

By Ankit Panda
Although Japan has cleared a payment of $550 million to Iran for oil purchased, it is not planning to increase imports.
China Needs to Tread Carefully on Reforms
February 06, 2014

China Needs to Tread Carefully on Reforms

By James Parker
Beijing was correct not to allow Credit Equals Gold No. 1 to default.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs. Note 3 Neo: A Worthy Budget Phablet?
February 05, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs. Note 3 Neo: A Worthy Budget Phablet?

By Vlad Andrici
The Neo will allow consumers to enjoy a large screen at a more reasonable price point.
Dr Doom: Don’t Panic Over Emerging Markets
February 05, 2014

Dr Doom: Don’t Panic Over Emerging Markets

By Anthony Fensom
A noted economist doesn’t see recent stock and currency falls becoming a full-blown crisis.

When China’s Trust Credit Does Not Equal Gold
February 03, 2014

When China’s Trust Credit Does Not Equal Gold

By Sara Hsu
A crisis is averted by a bailout, but concerns about China’s trust sector mount.

Kazakhstan Could Leave U.S. Shale in the Dust
February 02, 2014

Kazakhstan Could Leave U.S. Shale in the Dust

By Daniel J. Graeber
Despite delays, the country has the potential to be a major world player.

Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Preview
January 31, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Preview

By Vlad Andrici
Could a flexible screen and broader Android compatibility make a Gear successor relevant?
Emerging Market Jitters
January 31, 2014

Emerging Market Jitters

By James Parker
The last week of January saw investors move out of emerging markets.

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