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Questions on Japan
... The rise of
economies like the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) automatically means that developed countries like the US, Japan and Germany decline in relative terms. This ...
Global education in Japan
... is now
as one of the greatest challenges on the global agenda. It seems that the combination of open markets, information and communications technology, and weak governance in many countries ...
Thought leadership for Australia
... a resources boom, Australia faces much competition from the newly
economies in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Thus, what is essential is to shape our future by working to a plan and taking charge ...
Trans Pacific Partnership
... been led by free trade agreements in East Asia, centred around the South East Asian countries (ASEAN), with China also being a leader. The US was absent from the apparently the
East Asian free ...
... the rights and responsibilities of all nations and all people are upheld. Where international law and norms are enforced. Where commerce and freedom of navigation are not impeded. Where
China: how powerful is she?
... they work for is actually Taiwanese ("Foxconn"). Indeed, about 60% of China's exports are produced by multinational companies, not Chinese companies. All things considered, China is
as an important ...
APEC to Examine Trans-Pacific Trade
... of millions of Asia's
middle class. That is a great market for Australian entrepreneurs. One important problem in China is unsafe food and other products. High quality and safe food products represent ...
Australia: Beware of the Asian Century
... was not "pre-ordained" and that there were very real risks of
Asia falling into a "middle income trap". We should not forget that Japan, Asia's most developed country, has been in a "middle-high ...
Occupy Wall Street
... activities were outsourced to
economies. Virtually all of US job creation was in the "non-tradable" goods sector, things like government, healthcare, contruction, legal services, retail, hotels, ...
Time for the Asia-Pacific region to lead
... by important policy reforms in Asia’s
economies and the “great moderation” in the developed OECD countries. Optimism was so high that even when the first signs of the global financial ...
Global finance must be the most risky, dangerous and problematic form of globalization. But it should not be … Theory tells us that finance should flow from mature, OECD economies to
and developing ...