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Divorce: One Way to Avoid China's New Real Estate Restrictions
May 03, 2013

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.”

Watch Out USA: Mexico Has its Own Asia Pivot Plan
May 02, 2013

Watch Out USA: Mexico Has its Own Asia Pivot Plan

It seems Mexico has its own idea of a “pivot” to Asia. And its all about growing its economy.

A New Plan for a New Afghanistan
May 01, 2013

A New Plan for a New Afghanistan

Securing the future of Afghanistan is not just about troop counts after 2014. Sustainable economic development may just be the key.

Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013
April 30, 2013

Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013

Accounting for a large percentage of global economic growth, Asia continues to impress. Can it continue?

FTA Time for Japan and Australia?
April 16, 2013

FTA Time for Japan and Australia?

It seems Japan and Australia could be close to developing even stronger financial ties.

Economic Interdependence = Less Conflict?
April 11, 2013

Economic Interdependence = Less Conflict?

Could economic logic come to govern international politics, driving out competitive impulses?

China and Capital Outflow Reform
April 09, 2013

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.

On the Rebound? America and Japan
April 09, 2013

On the Rebound? America and Japan

With the world economy struggling, “Dr. Doom” predicts America and Japan maybe on the comeback trail.

April 08, 2013

Abenomics: Now for the Hard Part

The BOJ’s bold monetary easing takes Japan into uncharted waters, but won’t be enough on its own.

The Economics of the Korea Crisis
April 06, 2013

The Economics of the Korea Crisis

It is clear that Korean markets are now focusing more closely on the geopolitical situation.

U.S.Trade War With China?
April 05, 2013

U.S.Trade War With China?

“The U.S. should not have to compromise its national security to uphold free trade – but following China’s example is not the way to do it.”

China's Yuan: Can it Challenge the Dollar?
February 27, 2013

China's Yuan: Can it Challenge the Dollar?

China’s economy is now second to only the United States. Can its currency rise to a similar stature?

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