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Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
April 25, 2016
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
Following the doomsday scenarios of early 2016, there has been a slight uptick in sentiment.
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?
March 14, 2016
Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?
In attempting reform while maintaining control, authorities are trying to have it both ways.
Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?
China’s Draft Budget
March 06, 2016
China’s Draft Budget
Authorities unveil a leaner and more targeted budget.
China’s Draft Budget
China’s Battle to Regain Economic Control
February 27, 2016
China’s Battle to Regain Economic Control
From clamping down on media to finding scapegoats, Beijing is trying everything to reassert control over the economy.
China’s Battle to Regain Economic Control
China’s Defense Posturing Shields Its Economic Distress
February 26, 2016
China’s Defense Posturing Shields Its Economic Distress
Could a Chinese economic slowdown provide ASEAN leaders with some much-needed leverage?
China’s Defense Posturing Shields Its Economic Distress
Slouching Tiger, Roaring Dragon: How China Still Outpaces India
February 18, 2016
Slouching Tiger, Roaring Dragon: How China Still Outpaces India
In one critical area, China still has an overwhelming lead.
Slouching Tiger, Roaring Dragon: How China Still Outpaces India
Multinationals: Enduring China’s Slowdown?
February 03, 2016
Multinationals: Enduring China’s Slowdown?
For now, perhaps, but the longer term looks increasingly challenging.
Multinationals: Enduring China’s Slowdown?
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
January 25, 2016
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
2016 looks increasingly like a difficult year for the global economy.
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
Interpreting China’s Capital Outflows
January 21, 2016
Interpreting China’s Capital Outflows
What to make of the recent outflows and regulators’ efforts to contain them?
Interpreting China’s Capital Outflows
Reinvigorating Domestic Demand for Growth and Sustainable Development
January 16, 2016
Reinvigorating Domestic Demand for Growth and Sustainable Development
What might the Asia-Pacific be able to do to boost domestic demand?
Reinvigorating Domestic Demand for Growth and Sustainable Development
The Knock-On Effects of China’s Slowdown
November 18, 2015
The Knock-On Effects of China’s Slowdown
Demand for commodities is falling as China’s economy makes a structural shift.
The Knock-On Effects of China’s Slowdown
China GDP Fails to Calm Bears
October 21, 2015
China GDP Fails to Calm Bears
The official figure was nearly on target, but critics are unappeased.
China GDP Fails to Calm Bears
Asia Versus The Fed
September 11, 2015
Asia Versus The Fed
A U.S. interest rate hike could create more turbulence in Asian economies.
Asia Versus The Fed
China's Premier Defends Economic Health at Global Meeting
September 10, 2015
China's Premier Defends Economic Health at Global Meeting
Li Keqiang used the Summer Davos to reassure the world that China's economy is going strong.
China's Premier Defends Economic Health at Global Meeting
China: Sentenced to Debt?
September 04, 2015
China: Sentenced to Debt?
The country is grappling with a serious debt problem. Can it be overcome?
China: Sentenced to Debt?
A Cold Summer for China and Russia?
September 01, 2015
A Cold Summer for China and Russia?
Political relations between the two giants remain warm, but economic ties appear to be cooling.
A Cold Summer for China and Russia?
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