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Russia-Ukraine War: Implications for Asian Geoeconomics
July 02, 2022

Russia-Ukraine War: Implications for Asian Geoeconomics

By Ali Ahmadi
As the war and resulting sanctions redraw trade maps in Asia, Iran stands to be the primary beneficiary.

China’s Up-and-Coming Sports Gear Makers: When Politics Meets Business
July 01, 2022

China’s Up-and-Coming Sports Gear Makers: When Politics Meets Business

By Nils Bayer
China’s indigenous sports apparel companies have made great strides in their domestic market, in part by embracing the CCP’s line. That decision poses steep hurdles for their expansion abroad.
Bangladesh’s Padma Bridge Built Against All Odds
July 01, 2022

Bangladesh’s Padma Bridge Built Against All Odds

By Shafi Md Mostofa
Will the multi-purpose bridge, which is expected to boost the economy, yield electoral and political dividend for the ruling Awami League?

Biden’s Uphill Battle to Restructure the Global Semiconductor Sector
July 01, 2022

Biden’s Uphill Battle to Restructure the Global Semiconductor Sector

By Tian He and Anton Malkin
Is it possible – or advisable – to remake global value chains in order to boost U.S. national security?

India’s Urban Unemployment Crisis
June 30, 2022

India’s Urban Unemployment Crisis

By Rupa Kumari
The urban unemployment crisis, sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic, continues to drag India’s economy down.

China’s Baidu Races Waymo, GM to Develop Self-driving Cars
June 30, 2022

China’s Baidu Races Waymo, GM to Develop Self-driving Cars

By Joe McDonald
Baidu and a rival, Pony.ai, received China's first licenses in April to operate taxis with no one in the driver's seat but with a safety supervisor on board.

Garuda Indonesia Strikes Debt Restructuring Deal
June 28, 2022

Garuda Indonesia Strikes Debt Restructuring Deal

By James Guild
The arrangement will help keep the partly state-owned airline airborne for the foreseeable future.
Laos Is On the Brink of Sovereign Bankruptcy
June 28, 2022

Laos Is On the Brink of Sovereign Bankruptcy

By Luke Hunt
Debt, wealth inequality, and corruption will keep the country poor.

Asia Can’t Save Russia’s Energy Sector
June 28, 2022

Asia Can’t Save Russia’s Energy Sector

By Nicholas Trickett
Russia’s rising energy trade with Asia – including China and India – masks underlying problems, including artificially low prices and maxed-out infrastructure.

Can Jacinda Ardern Save New Zealand’s Free Trade Deal With the EU?
June 27, 2022

Can Jacinda Ardern Save New Zealand’s Free Trade Deal With the EU?

By Geoffrey Miller
While New Zealand is increasingly backing the West, the West is not fully backing New Zealand where it counts most: providing trade alternatives to China.

Sri Lanka Sends 2 Ministers to Russia to Negotiate for Oil
June 27, 2022

Sri Lanka Sends 2 Ministers to Russia to Negotiate for Oil

By Bharatha Mallawarachi
It comes amid a high-level U.S. delegation’s visit to Sri Lanka to help it cope with the unprecedented economic crisis.
Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov’s Economic Legacy
June 23, 2022

Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov’s Economic Legacy

By Merdan Amanov
What was the state of the Turkmen economy during Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov’s presidency?

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