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Thailand’s Rice Exports Hit 12-Year Low
January 25, 2013
Thailand’s Rice Exports Hit 12-Year Low
Last year Thailand lost its spot as the world’s top rice exporter. Can it bounce back?
Thailand’s Rice Exports Hit 12-Year Low
World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast for 2013
January 18, 2013
World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast for 2013
While growth globally may not be ideal, Asia’s rise as an economic giant looks sure to continue.
World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast for 2013
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
January 03, 2013
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
Even as the skyline of Phnom Penh grows with the symbols of modern architecture, Cambodia’s economy still faces a host of challenges.
Cambodia's Economic Challenge
A Better Year: 2013 Forecast for Asian Economies
January 03, 2013
A Better Year: 2013 Forecast for Asian Economies
After a tough year in 2012, the IMF and World Bank expect many Asian economies to recover.
A Better Year: 2013 Forecast for Asian Economies
Burma: The Promise and Peril
November 05, 2012
Burma: The Promise and Peril
While various reforms seem to have made Burma a hot destination for investment, many challenges remain.
Burma: The Promise and Peril
Gloom and Doom: A Slowing Global Economy
October 11, 2012
Gloom and Doom: A Slowing Global Economy
With regional economic forecasts treading downward, there is pressure for action – but who will step up?
Gloom and Doom: A Slowing Global Economy
Where China Slows, Others Follow
May 25, 2012
Where China Slows, Others Follow
China’s economic growth seems to be slowing. Can its leaders revive the economy and help others in the region?
Where China Slows, Others Follow
April 27, 2012
If China Sneezes...
When China sneezes, the world could really catch a cold. How will deficit countries respond to this new reality?
If China Sneezes...
Creating a New International Order
April 25, 2012
Creating a New International Order
The lowest common denominator is no longer a good starting point for meaningful coordinated global action.
Creating a New International Order
China in 2030
March 03, 2012
China in 2030
The World Bank’s new report on China doesn’t contain anything revolutionary. But the advice is still sound.
China in 2030
India Moves on Food Security
December 21, 2011
India Moves on Food Security
India’s National Food Security Bill is aimed at offering subsidized food for hundreds of millions. Will it pass?
India Moves on Food Security
Cambodia Land Deal Condemned
August 12, 2011
Cambodia Land Deal Condemned
The World Bank criticizes a Cambodian land deal that has displaced thousands of poor residents from around a lake.
Cambodia Land Deal Condemned
India’s Anti-Corruption Crusades
June 21, 2011
India’s Anti-Corruption Crusades
Why civil society leaders like Anna Hazare and Bab Ramdev are seizing the initiative on tackling corruption in India.
India’s Anti-Corruption Crusades
How to Solve Afghanistan
May 25, 2011
How to Solve Afghanistan
The best way to ensure stability and make the Taliban irrelevant is to legitimize the Afghan state, argues Masood Aziz.
How to Solve Afghanistan
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