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Reassessing Asia's economic miracle
... by Indian students and workers in the US. The
pattern of economic development Asia was basically one of manufacturing supply chains and production networks that targeted mainly Western markets. ...
Beating global poverty?
... to the effects of food, energy, financial and other crises, or natural disasters. While
Asia is leading the developing world in terms of poverty reduction, Japan is sharing the unfortunate trend ...
Asia's services challenges
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... financial development report. And both also have many more foreign tourist arrivals than Japan. What are the lessons for Asia's
economies which are still climbing the development ladder, and ...
Gender equality and development
... from the potential of globalization, it must be complemented by the domestic policy actions discussed above. In its report, the World Bank provide touches on very slightly some
gender issues. ...
Emerging Asia's precarious middle class
... also as some of the elite may lose their privileged positions. As the Asian Development Bank reports,
Asia's middle class has increased dramatically over the past couple of decades ... But ...
Breaking time for the BRICs?
... the productivity, their economies will eventually overtake those with smaller populations. And this is what has been happening. After decades of bad policies, the
world is increasingly adopting ...
Competing with China?
... is now
as a competitor for English language training. So the main challenge for Australia is remaining competitive as a supplier to Chinese markets, rather than competing with China. And being ...
Is China's economy in the balance?
... and consumption? No country generates such heated views about its economy as China. Optimists see a rapidly
power that will soon overtake the US in the size of its economy. Pessimists ...
Central Asia Update
... problems. They more had an image of so-called “banana republics” rather than “second wave of
tigers” with stable economic and political base for development. The overwhelming level of corruption ...
Measuring up Asia's economy
... in the big
economies, for example, China (41%), Indonesia (37%), Malaysia (47%), Philippines (55%), Thailand (45%), and India (55%). So that is the shape of our Asia-Pacific economy. But the ...
2012 -- a time to prepare for the long haul
... economy bounced back quickly. The US economy returned to growth of 3% in 2010, and
Asia also roared back with 9 1/2% growth, and became a locomotive for the global economy. Australia did much ...
... should keep consumption strong, and maintain 2012 economic growth at 4.8%. But the Philippines must make more efforts to re-balance its export to other
economies. While managing the short term ...
China's intellectual repression
Today, economic, strategic and political observers analyse and debate the rising power of China. But how powerful can this
dragon be, when it fears the influence of 2010 Nobel Peace Prize–winning ...
Doing business in Asia
... areas. Interestingly, China and Vietnam score better than
Asia's three big democracies, Indonesia (129th), Indonesia (132rd) and the Philippines (136th). This is a harsh reminder that democracy ...
Inequality just keeps on rising
... 10 to 1 in Italy, Japan, Korea and the United Kingdom, and higher still, at 14 to 1 in Israel, Turkey and the United States. In many
economies, the situation is worse. In Chile and Mexico, ...
SINO-INDIAN ECONOMIC STRATEGIC DIALOGUE: BEYOND THE BEIJING ROUND
... that China is
as a ‘slow killer’ for India’s domestic manufacturing industry through cheap imports that are not able to compete with Chinese imports on cost factor. Further, they are not export-oriented ...
Rise of Global Latinas
... economies and the rise of “Multilatinas”, or “Global Latinas”, Latin America’s
multinational companies. For Casanova, the challenge facing Latin America’s
business giants is two-fold: ...
India -- the new frontier?
Barry O'Farrell, Premier of New South Wales, Australia, has just returned from a trade and investment mission to India, singing the praises of this
economy in a major speech yesterday at the Lowy ...
Innovating out of crisis
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... What about the dynamic,
economies of Asia? Most of these have not yet reached the innovation-driven stage of development like most of the OECD countries. They are still in the efficiency-driven ...
OECD and Asia
... slightly more responsive, with some readjustments in the voting quotas away from the European biais so as to reflect the growing weight of
Asia. But the prize jobs of Managing Director of the ...