China Can Be More Powerful Without Getting Rich
By Zachary Keck
Emerging Markets: Stronger for Longer?
By Anthony Fensom
America’s Undiminished Power of Attraction
The possibility of free trade agreements such as TAFTA and TPP could change the game of world politics.
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?
Asia's Real Challenge: China’s "Potemkin" Rise
“China’s rise is more likely a statistical fiction, cooked up by the Chinese ruling elites to aggrandize their power and glory.”
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.
The Curious Case of China's GDP Figures
Economists increasingly doubt the reliability of China’s economic data, and for good reason.
A Japan - EU Free Trade Deal?
With talk of an American-EU free trade pact, Japan could also be looking to Europe as well.
Thailand: 18.9% GDP Growth Last Quarter
As Thailand recovers from devastating floods, its economy presses ahead. What does the future hold?
World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast for 2013
While growth globally may not be ideal, Asia’s rise as an economic giant looks sure to continue.
America's Economy Still #1...For Now
A new report predicts the U.S. economy will remain the largest for at least another decade.
India's Economic Woes Continue
Even as markets rise, weak growth numbers and a steadily accumulating debt are a drag on India’s economy.