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41. Asia's services challenges
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... as the other two economies ... Even if Tokyo were a city-state, it would still not compete with Hong Kong and Singapore in services.  For example, notwithstanding Japan's immense foreign exchange reserves, ...
... This has made both its Asian neighbors and the US nervous, especially in light of China's bellicose behavior in the South China Sea.  China would be able to project its force into the strategically important ...
43. Will China overtake the US?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
...  25 years ago, many Americans were equally convinced that Japan would also overtake the US.  But they were horribly wrong, as two lost decades after Japan's bubble economy burst, the land of the rising ...
44. Japan's triple crisis -- one year on?
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... million being found in safes and elsewhere, and being handed over to authorities, without ever being looted.  In countries like the US, China or Australia, there would have been chaos, as people would ...
45. Breaking time for the BRICs?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... observers have been shocked by O'Neill's forecasts that China's economy would overtake America's, and that the BRICs would overtake the G7 in the foreseeable future.  But if anything, his forecasts have ...
46. Is China's economy in the balance?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... over China’s economic trajectory will continue, as these changes will not happen overnight. But if government spending for social services could be increased by say 3% of GDP—which would be beneficial ...
... in Tunisia in 2010, the Arab Forum for Environment and Development cautioned that the region would face severe water scarcity as early as 2015. It also warned lack of water would also have profound social, ...
... was challenged.  And aboriginal raids on isolated farms would often be followed by a totally disproportionate reprisals from the military and settlers. Even during these troubled and bloody times, colonists ...
49. Central Asia Update
(Panorama/Globalization)
... Here is the interview, which makes for very interesting reading.   How would you judge the current economic situation of Central Asia? Central Asian states seemingly have an image of dynamically ...
... better than other developed OECD countries, sailing through hardly missing a heart beat.  Many imagined that it was just a matter of toughing it out before we would see a return of the good times. Then ...
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