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Can Samsung's Note 7 Discontinuation Shake the South Korean Economy?
October 12, 2016
Can Samsung's Note 7 Discontinuation Shake the South Korean Economy?
Samsung Electronics' mobile devices account for roughly 2 percent of South Korea's exports.
Can Samsung's Note 7 Discontinuation Shake the South Korean Economy?
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
May 06, 2016
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
New proposed legislation could drastically overhaul Indian monetary policy-making.
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
Why Did Russia Just Write Off 97% of Mongolian Debt?
February 03, 2016
Why Did Russia Just Write Off 97% of Mongolian Debt?
Vladimir Putin signed into law an agreement between the two countries settling outstanding debt obligations.
Why Did Russia Just Write Off 97% of Mongolian Debt?
What Are the Political, Social, and Strategic Consequences of China's Equity Market Meltdown?
August 29, 2015
What Are the Political, Social, and Strategic Consequences of China's Equity Market Meltdown?
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Shannon Tiezzi discuss recent volatility in China's equity markets.
What Are the Political, Social, and Strategic Consequences of China's Equity Market Meltdown?
China's Tencent and Alibaba in Silicon Valley Arms Race
March 26, 2015
China's Tencent and Alibaba in Silicon Valley Arms Race
China’s biggest tech firms are making big bets in Silicon Valley. Will it work?
China's Tencent and Alibaba in Silicon Valley Arms Race
Is Private Banking in China Still a Pipe Dream?
July 09, 2013
Is Private Banking in China Still a Pipe Dream?
While caution is still warranted, there are growing signs that China may get its first private bank in 60 years.
Is Private Banking in China Still a Pipe Dream?
China, US Continue “War of Words” on Cybersecurity
June 29, 2013
China, US Continue “War of Words” on Cybersecurity
Plus, Li Keqiang pushes ahead on urbanization. Friday China links.
China, US Continue “War of Words” on Cybersecurity
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.
The Economics of the Korea Crisis
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?
China's Yuan: Can it Challenge the Dollar?
Who Wants to be a Millionaire: Asia-Pacific Edition
February 16, 2013
Who Wants to be a Millionaire: Asia-Pacific Edition
In 2011 the number of millionaires in the Asia-Pacific outstripped those in the U.S. for the first time.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire: Asia-Pacific Edition
Vietnam's Economy: Sabotaged From Within
January 29, 2013
Vietnam's Economy: Sabotaged From Within
Non-performing loans and assets along with corruption are becoming a real problem in Vietnam.
Vietnam's Economy: Sabotaged From Within
December 12, 2012
The Next Step in Burma's Economic Opening
While much about the country’s future remains uncertain, banks and accounting firms are moving in.
The Next Step in Burma's Economic Opening
The Russo-Japanese War: Dollars and Cents
November 21, 2012
The Russo-Japanese War: Dollars and Cents
Could St. Petersburg have transformed Lloyd’s of London into an instrument of financial war against Tokyo?
The Russo-Japanese War: Dollars and Cents
China's Credit Dilemma
November 17, 2012
China's Credit Dilemma
New data suggests that notable shifts could be underway in China’s monetary environment.
China's Credit Dilemma
‘Shadow Banking’ in China
October 17, 2012
‘Shadow Banking’ in China
“The reduction in formal lending forced an economy addicted to credit to increasingly turn to less utilized financing channels…”
‘Shadow Banking’ in China
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