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41. Will China overtake the US?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... and adopting new technologies.  In the Philippines, it used to take eight years to get a telephone line installed.  Now everybody has at least one mobile phone. Sounds simple, doesn't it!  But history ...
42. An Indo-Pacific Strategy for Australia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... on both sides, and the Australian government still does not have a well developed and coherent strategy for the region. The world is now changing rapidly with the re-emergence of China and India.  ...
... the ladder is becoming ever wealthier. What does middle class mean?  There is of course no one single accepted definition.  The ADB has chosen an "absolute measure", defining the middle class as those ...
44. Is China's economy in the balance?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... realities stem partly from the fact that the China growth model does not fit the western stereotype. China’s economic institutions are fragile yet implementation of policies is strong. The costs of key ...
... their water problems. So what steps does can be taken to meet water demands while averting a looming environmental and social crisis? First, a regional approach should be adopted to deliver a sustainable ...
46. Central Asia Update
(Panorama/Globalization)
... growing countries in Asia. According to the statistics, mainly taken from their national stat bureaus, the average GDP growth rate in last decade was around 6-10%. However it doesn’t necessarily mean that ...
47. Asia and Europe
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... served the Euro-Atlantic so well in the post-war period.  Asia does not even have common foundations derived from a common set of values.  Europe has so much to offer Asia both from its experience and security ...
48. Can we really innovate out of crisis?
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... countries where this mentality does not exist, a critical competitive advantage). The US has been in an accelerating decline, albeit with occasional moves in the other direction, since the 1950s, although ...
49. Some Australia Day thought leadership
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... does need new thinking of the type proposed by Charlie Teo.   Reference: AUSTRALIA DAY 2012 ADDRESS DELIVERED BY ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CHARLES TEO AT THE NEW SOUTH WALES CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC ON 23 ...
... in a decade. All that said, Tony's evidence does seem very much in tune with other leading indicators coming out.  In other words, it seems clear that Australia's economy has indeed been heading south ...
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