Cambodia Risks Being Left Behind by Workplace Automation
By David Hutt
The Cambodian government has done little to prepare its population for an epochal economic shift.
Sino-US Trade: The Battle for the Future
By Maurits Elen
UBS’ Paul Donovan explains how Asia’s trade model is beginning to lose sway.
'Made in China' Is Here to Stay
By Ravi Prasad
Lessons from the multicultural manufacturing city of Yiwu -- and why other developing countries should be worried.
Export-Led Growth on the Wane in East Asia
By Stephen Olson
The boom era of low-cost manufacturing is at an end. Can Asia’s developing economies adjust?
Who Will Satisfy China’s Thirst for Industrial Robots?
By Zi Yang
China's move toward automation is still largely reliant on imports from abroad.
Japan’s Robot Revolution
By Anthony Fensom
As the nation grapples with a shrinking workforce, are robots the solution?