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Time for the US to Join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
November 09, 2015

Time for the US to Join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

By Stephen Olson
Sitting on the sidelines is probably not the smart option.
Is East Timor Now a Rich Country?
August 22, 2015

Is East Timor Now a Rich Country?

By Mong Palatino
Superficial rankings should not distract from the significant obstacles the country is yet to overcome.

New Chinese Banks: Right Out of Mao’s Playbook?
March 20, 2015

New Chinese Banks: Right Out of Mao’s Playbook?

By Chunjuan Nancy Wei
"Start your new stove!" Mao's paradigm shift may be behind China's recent bank initiatives.

IMF: India to Take Growth Lead
January 21, 2015

IMF: India to Take Growth Lead

By Anthony Fensom
The debate over whether India is the “next China” will continue, but for now the robust growth is welcome.

IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains
July 27, 2014

IMF: Asia slips, Japan gains

By Anthony Fensom
The International Monetary Fund downgrades growth for emerging countries in Asia.
China’s New Global Institutions
July 25, 2014

China’s New Global Institutions

By Steven Keithley
Beijing is seeking to shape international institutions to facilitate its emergence as a global power.

Can China Become a High-Income Economy?
April 11, 2014

Can China Become a High-Income Economy?

By Christopher Ernest Barber
The IMF thinks so, but some challenging reforms will be needed if China is to avoid the middle-income trap.
The IMF, Ukraine, and the Asian Financial Crisis Hangover
March 17, 2014

The IMF, Ukraine, and the Asian Financial Crisis Hangover

By Yong Kwon
Could the Ukraine crisis help the IMF dispel lingering perceptions of credibility issues?

Japan’s Nemesis Threatens Europe
January 23, 2014

Japan’s Nemesis Threatens Europe

By Anthony Fensom
As Japan struggles to contain deflation, the eurozone may see prices begin to fall.

China’s Developing World Edge
September 13, 2013

China’s Developing World Edge

By Richard Ghiasy, Stephan Mothe, and Frances Pontemayor
The IMF and World Bank should take a leaf from China’s focus on developing world infrastructure.

BRICS: The World's New Banker?
November 27, 2012

BRICS: The World's New Banker?

Some of the world’s most dynamic economies are considering the creation of their own development bank and bailout fund.

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