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41. Central Asia Update
(Panorama/Globalization)
... has been trying to develop automobile and aircraft industries. However it is still very difficult to consider all these attempts as successful, because these industries are strongly protected by the government ...
42. Asia and Europe
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... resolving) conflicting interests when they arise. But Asia still has a very long way to go in ensuring the region's security.  This is perhaps the region's most important agenda, because as history shows, ...
43. Can we really innovate out of crisis?
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... Nokia, Google, Blackberry (RIM) have been able to succeed in spite of these policies.  They are constantly under attack through the vicious anti trust laws  because they are too successful.   Lip service ...
... benefited for a long period of debt-driven growth will have to adjust to a dramatically different reality because there will be no return to debt-driven growth. Emerging Asia in search of a new growth ...
45. Some Australia Day thought leadership
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... from her Labour Party government.  This has been treated with predicatable derision by Australia's ever cynical and irreverent media, politicians and public.  It is indeed regrettable because Australia ...
46. Philippines' challenges
(Panorama/Development)
... GDP growth may have dropped to below 4% last year because of a double-digit decline in exports since the middle of 2011 and because of decreased public infrastructure spending. The Philippines is particularly ...
47. IMF and Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... effects is Japan -- in large part because it has avoided difficult structural reforms. Times change, and so do people.  The IMF needs money, and Asia is the only part of the world with that.  The world ...
48. Korea and Japan: a tale of two countries
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... the necessary bitter medicine.  The result is that Japan's public debt is now over 200 per cent of GDP, and the economy is no stronger for it. Japan has been able to get away with this because it has ...
49. Inequality just keeps on rising
(Panorama/Society)
...  According to the normally staid OECD, governments must act quickly to tackle inequality because the gap between rich and poor in OECD countries has reached its highest level for the past half century.  Indeed, ...
50. China's rebalancing imperative
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
...  First, the main drivers of China's growth have been exports and investment, with domestic consumption playing a much lesser role.  China's exports are an expensive proposition for the country because ...
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