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Asia Shrugs Off Fed Hike
December 18, 2015
Asia Shrugs Off Fed Hike
The region appears to have welcomed the end of uncertainty.
Asia Shrugs Off Fed Hike
Emerging Asia: Beware The Fed
June 16, 2015
Emerging Asia: Beware The Fed
What might higher U.S. interest rates mean for Asian economies?
Emerging Asia: Beware The Fed
Asia’s Interest Rates: Lower For Longer?
March 16, 2015
Asia’s Interest Rates: Lower For Longer?
Asian central bankers are in a fight against deflation, and rates are coming down across the region.
Asia’s Interest Rates: Lower For Longer?
Rising Interest Rates Down Under?
July 28, 2014
Rising Interest Rates Down Under?
New Zealand has already raised its rates. Will Australia be next?
Rising Interest Rates Down Under?
Thailand Introduces Nationwide Minimum Wage
January 11, 2013
Thailand Introduces Nationwide Minimum Wage
On January 1st, Thailand introduced a minimum wage — to a chorus of debate on its effects.
Thailand Introduces Nationwide Minimum Wage
India's Economy: Limping Along
November 15, 2012
India's Economy: Limping Along
Despite a slowing economy, the Reserve Bank of India remains primarily concerned with inflation. Will rapid growth return?
India's Economy: Limping Along
Australia Feels the Sting of China Slowdown
October 03, 2012
Australia Feels the Sting of China Slowdown
Regulators and entrepreneurs ‘Down Under’ are bracing for a resource bust.
Australia Feels the Sting of China Slowdown
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?
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
Despite Difficulties, China's Banks Are Unlikely to Crash
September 04, 2012
Despite Difficulties, China's Banks Are Unlikely to Crash
Competition and non-performing loans are likely to force weak lenders to merge with larger ones.
Despite Difficulties, China's Banks Are Unlikely to Crash
China Economic Data News
April 15, 2011
China Economic Data News
China releases key economic data on GDP, bank lending and money supply. We look at what it all means.
China Economic Data News
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