Playing the China Economic Data Game
The current picture is of a country receiving heavy injections of financing, but is the economy picking up steam?
A Global Economic Order with Chinese Characteristics
Zachary Keck considers China’s effort to promote the “democratization” of the international economic order.
Cambodia's Economic Opportunity
While significant obstacles remain, the success of the rice sector is a potentially crucial driver in Cambodia’s prosperous and equitable development.
Divorce: One Way to Avoid China's New Real Estate Restrictions
“Shanghai’s Zhabei District center issued a record 53 divorces in a single day.”
Asia's Rising Economic Star: The Philippines?
As the IMF cut its growth forecasts for China, Taiwan, India, and others one nation continues to impress.
Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013
Accounting for a large percentage of global economic growth, Asia continues to impress. Can it continue?
China's Economy: Heading For Trouble?
The HSBC China April flash PMI has surprised many. Are the days of high-flying economic growth over?
Gold Loses Its Glitter
After 12 straight years of gains, is the bull market for gold dead?
FTA Time for Japan and Australia?
It seems Japan and Australia could be close to developing even stronger financial ties.
California Dreamin'... About China
California’s Governor spent the week in China in a bid to develop stronger ties across multiple fronts. Did he succeed?
Economic Interdependence = Less Conflict?
Could economic logic come to govern international politics, driving out competitive impulses?
China and Capital Outflow Reform
Capital outflow reforms have come in fits and starts, but the overall trend is certainly toward a more open system.