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Mongolia to Strengthen Tourism and Creative Industry Ties With South Korea

Mongolia to Strengthen Tourism and Creative Industry Ties With South Korea

By Bolor Lkhaajav
As showcased in the Mongolian prime minister's recent visit, Mongolia sees South Korea as a crucial partner in diversifying its economy.

Behind the EU’s New Probe Into China’s Green Tech Subsidies

Behind the EU’s New Probe Into China’s Green Tech Subsidies

By Valeria Fappani and Blanca Marabini San Martín
The latest probe is just the beginning of EU efforts to adjust to a “new world” focused on economic security. 
Vietnamese Court Sentences Property Tycoon to Death in Giant Fraud Case

Vietnamese Court Sentences Property Tycoon to Death in Giant Fraud Case

By Sebastian Strangio
Truong My Lan was found guilty of embezzling an astonishing $12.54 billion from Saigon Commercial Bank in the decade to 2022.

LEAP: A Catalyst for the Pakistan-Saudi Arabia IT Partnership 

LEAP: A Catalyst for the Pakistan-Saudi Arabia IT Partnership 

By Mustafa Bilal
This year’s LEAP showcased 74 Pakistani firms, underlining the trend of Pakistan’s increasing engagement with Saudi Arabia on IT. 

China’s New Approach to Data Policy: Here to Stay or Here for Now? 

China’s New Approach to Data Policy: Here to Stay or Here for Now? 

By Hannah Feldshuh
China’s revised regulations leave its fundamental data policy conundrum unresolved: Should it prioritize control or economic growth?

India’s Long Road to Net-Zero

India’s Long Road to Net-Zero

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
With ambitious targets, the green transition is a huge challenge for India.

Indonesia’s Scorpene Submarine Deal With France, Explained

Indonesia’s Scorpene Submarine Deal With France, Explained

By James Guild
Under the terms of the long-awaited deal, two of the French submarines will be built in Indonesia by the state shipbuilding firm PT PAL.
Yellen Calls for Level Playing Field for US Workers and Firms During China Visit

Yellen Calls for Level Playing Field for US Workers and Firms During China Visit

By Fatima Hussein and Ken Moritsugu
The U.S. Treasury Secretary raised what the U.S. considers to be unfair Chinese trade practices in talks with senior Chinese officials.

How Will the Prabowo Administration Approach Indonesian Energy Policy?

How Will the Prabowo Administration Approach Indonesian Energy Policy?

By Aldwin Yusgiantoro
The new administration will take office at a crucial point in the country's energy transition.

The Broadening Strategy of U.S. Technological Restrictions on China

The Broadening Strategy of U.S. Technological Restrictions on China

By Yingfan CHEN, Hamilton CHEN, and Dingding CHEN
The Biden administration's restrictions can be said to have shifted from “small yard, high fence” to “large yard, low fence.”

What’s Next for Japan’s Economy After Monetary Policy Shift?

What’s Next for Japan’s Economy After Monetary Policy Shift?

By Hans Horan
Japan’s monetary policy shift, ending its experiment with negative interest rates, is unlikely to yield the expected results amid China’s economic stagnation.
Southeast Asian Tech Giants Poised for Profitability in 2024

Southeast Asian Tech Giants Poised for Profitability in 2024

By James Guild
After years of breakneck expansion, many of the biggest players are beginning to turn their attention toward maximizing profits.

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