The Truth About the New Laos Minimum Wage Hike
By David Hutt
The development needs to be put into proper perspective to ascertain its true impact.
Why the Laos Wage Hike Debate Matters
By Erin Cook
A closer look at an important issue for one of the region's poorest countries.
Why Cambodian Garment Workers Are on Strike Again
By Mong Palatino
Workers revive their campaign, trying to learn the lessons of the violent strike earlier in the year.
Japan’s Second Quarter Slump Could Be Worse Than ‘97
By Clint Richards
The tax increase has dealt a blow to GDP, and structural reform may be too late to help.
Thailand Introduces Nationwide Minimum Wage
On January 1st, Thailand introduced a minimum wage — to a chorus of debate on its effects.