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East Asia's substantially market-led economic integration is a very complex process and is leading to some surprising effects.  One example is that of Australia's booming trade and investment with China, ...
42. Asia and Europe
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... second at US$14.7 trillion and China third at US$10 trillion.  The euro area is the world's leading exporter. Of the world's top 15 nations for offshore investment, seven are European, namely France, ...
... be much damage to the world economy in terms of foregone GDP growth, missed investment opportunities and loss of skills by the long-term unemployed.  Business, government, and citizens will have to prepare ...
44. China's internal weakness and external strength
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
In an excellent article on the ADBI blog, Willem Thorbecke argues that it is time for China to stop buying US Treasuries and start investing in its people. But China's overseas investments now go well ...
45. IMF and Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... on export demand from US and the Euro area, and is vulnerable to financial contagion as European banks withdraw credit and investment from the region.  Looking ahead, Asia needs to ensure sustainable and ...
46. Korea and Japan: a tale of two countries
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... greatly from it.   --  since 1997, Korea has lifted more restrictions on inward foreign direct investment than any other of the 42 countries surveyed by the OECD.  Based on the OECD FDI Regulatory ...
47. China's elites and development
(Panorama/Society)
... their societies. Globalization is having diverse impacts on elites.  International trade and investment usually benefit business and government elites more than poor people.  But globalization also constrains ...
48. Inequality just keeps on rising
(Panorama/Society)
... rising inequality. The investment in people must begin in early childhood and be followed through into formal education and work. This is vital to ensure equality of opportunity for children from disadvantaged ...
... of goods, services and investments and had even submitted a favourable recommendation for a China – India regional trade agreement (RTA) in 2008.  However, not much action has been seen on the proposed ...
... by a “balancing” behaviour, aimed at engaging and containing regional powers, especially China. As highlighted by Stephen Walt, with ASEAN member countries still strongly dependent on investment from ...
51. Investment
(Category)
Everyone likes investment.  It creates jobs, economic activity and opportunity. But many people start raising questions about investment coming from foreigners.  Could it be politically motivated?  Witness ...
52. Finance
(Category)
... economies which have greater investment opportunities. In reality, much finance flows out of these emerging and developing economies and into countries like the US, the UK and Australia (the "Lucas paradox")... ...
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