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The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
July 29, 2014
The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
Can a China-dominated New Development Bank replace the World Bank and the IMF?
The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
China’s New Global Institutions
July 25, 2014
China’s New Global Institutions
Beijing is seeking to shape international institutions to facilitate its emergence as a global power.
China’s New Global Institutions
Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank
July 25, 2014
Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank
Bangladesh wants to join the new BRICS development bank as a founding member.
Bangladesh Wants to Join BRICS Bank
China Doesn’t Want to Be Number One
May 08, 2014
China Doesn’t Want to Be Number One
China is reluctant to be crowned the world's largest economic power — at least for now.
China Doesn’t Want to Be Number One
OECD: Aussies Still the Happiest
May 07, 2014
OECD: Aussies Still the Happiest
A new report once again ranks Australians as among the happiest people on the planet.
OECD: Aussies Still the Happiest
China to Be World's Largest Economy in 2014?
May 01, 2014
China to Be World's Largest Economy in 2014?
According to calculations based off a new World Bank report, China will become the world's largest economy this year.
China to Be World's Largest Economy in 2014?
World Bank: India Overtakes Japan as World's Third Largest Economy
May 01, 2014
World Bank: India Overtakes Japan as World's Third Largest Economy
In purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, India is now the world's third largest economy -- surpassing Japan.
World Bank: India Overtakes Japan as World's Third Largest Economy
Oliver Stuenkel
April 03, 2014
Oliver Stuenkel
The Diplomat’s Justin McDonnell speaks with Oliver Stuenkel, a non-resident fellow at the Global Public Policy Institute, about the recent economic performance of the BRICS, their response to the crisis in Crimea, the upcoming BRICS Summit and the rising voice of emerging economies.
Oliver Stuenkel
World Bank: Global Economy Back on Track
January 15, 2014
World Bank: Global Economy Back on Track
Led by high-income economies, the outlook is good for 2014, but some risks remain.
World Bank: Global Economy Back on Track
Emerging Markets: Stronger for Longer?
December 07, 2013
Emerging Markets: Stronger for Longer?
The Word Bank has a mixed forecast for developing economies, but the Asia-Pacific looks set to remain the growth leader.
Emerging Markets: Stronger for Longer?
World Bank: Asia Still on Top
October 08, 2013
World Bank: Asia Still on Top
Asia remains the engine of global growth. Will it continue?
World Bank: Asia Still on Top
China’s Developing World Edge
September 13, 2013
China’s Developing World Edge
The IMF and World Bank should take a leaf from China’s focus on developing world infrastructure.
China’s Developing World Edge
Indonesia Finally Moves on Fuel Subsidies
June 20, 2013
Indonesia Finally Moves on Fuel Subsidies
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has finally decided to raise fuel prices by an average of 33 percent.
Indonesia Finally Moves on Fuel Subsidies
Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013
April 30, 2013
Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013
Accounting for a large percentage of global economic growth, Asia continues to impress. Can it continue?
Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013
Asia Winning War on Poverty
April 20, 2013
Asia Winning War on Poverty
A new World Bank note finds that Asian countries have reduced the number of people living in poverty — but work remains.
Asia Winning War on Poverty
China and the BRICS: Unavoidable Hegemony?
March 29, 2013
China and the BRICS: Unavoidable Hegemony?
The BRICS failure to reach agreement on a multilateral development bank reflects a larger unresolved issue.
China and the BRICS: Unavoidable Hegemony?
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