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China Warns US Not to Hike Rates
October 19, 2015
China Warns US Not to Hike Rates
The finance minister is worried about slowing growth in emerging markets.
China Warns US Not to Hike Rates
Urbanization and Migration in Developing Asia
September 11, 2015
Urbanization and Migration in Developing Asia
Urbanization is a complex challenge, with implications that are difficult to forecast.
Urbanization and Migration in Developing Asia
World Bank Warns on Global Growth
January 17, 2015
World Bank Warns on Global Growth
The organization cuts its growth forecast again, and predicts mixed fortunes for the Asia-Pacific in 2015.
World Bank Warns on Global Growth
Can China’s Leaders “Get Over” Their Growth Obsession?
July 23, 2013
Can China’s Leaders “Get Over” Their Growth Obsession?
The growth rate has long been the sole criterion of effective governance in China. Things may be changing.
Can China’s Leaders “Get Over” Their Growth Obsession?
Chinese Lead World in Economic Optimism
May 30, 2013
Chinese Lead World in Economic Optimism
Although expert opinion has soured on China’s growth prospects, 88 percent of Chinese citizens remain optimistic.
Chinese Lead World in Economic Optimism
The Curious Case of China's GDP Figures
March 05, 2013
The Curious Case of China's GDP Figures
Economists increasingly doubt the reliability of China’s economic data, and for good reason.
The Curious Case of China's GDP Figures
China Powers “Two World” Economy
January 12, 2013
China Powers “Two World” Economy
A recent report tells investors to think of the global economy in terms of “two separate narratives.”
China Powers “Two World” Economy
A Better Year: 2013 Forecast for Asian Economies
January 03, 2013
A Better Year: 2013 Forecast for Asian Economies
After a tough year in 2012, the IMF and World Bank expect many Asian economies to recover.
A Better Year: 2013 Forecast for Asian Economies
OECD: Asia To Remain Global Engine of Growth
November 29, 2012
OECD: Asia To Remain Global Engine of Growth
With advanced economies remaining sluggish, Asia will continue to power the global economy.
OECD: Asia To Remain Global Engine of Growth
China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag
October 19, 2012
China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag
While the economy has slowed, opinions vary on what comes next. Is another boom possible?
China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag
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
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?
Overcoming Challenges to Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific
September 08, 2012
Overcoming Challenges to Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific
Economically empowering women across the Asia-Pacific could be a game changer. More must be done to break down barriers.
Overcoming Challenges to Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific
More Money, More Problems in South Korea
September 05, 2012
More Money, More Problems in South Korea
A perfect storm of government debt, easy consumer credit and a culture of consumption could lead to economic disaster.
More Money, More Problems in South Korea
India's New Philanthropists
August 06, 2012
India's New Philanthropists
Indians are taking up the banner of “giving back”. Many more might join if incentives to do so could be enhanced.
India's New Philanthropists
Should Asia Try to Rescue Europe?
November 21, 2011
Should Asia Try to Rescue Europe?
China can’t be expected to lead a rescue of Europe’s teetering economy. But as the risk of pain in Asia grows, some kind of concerted effort is looking essential.
Should Asia Try to Rescue Europe?
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