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21. China's reform challenges
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... which are likely to be magnified by increasing urbanization. Emerging economies, especially China, have been the bright spot in the world economy for a number of years now.  But as the future looks more ...
22. Australia: beware of Asian Century Hype
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... and industrialising economies need Australia's natural resources, and have a strong demand for our education and tourist services.  This "love affair" between Australia and Asia has only intensified in ...
23. Reassessing Asia's economic miracle
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... It's export orientation was a key factor in upgrading production to world standards.  Foreign competition and economies of scale improved efficiency, as did foreign importers' detailed product specification.  ...
24. Asia's services challenges
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
...  But what is striking in Asia is that although the region's leading economies of Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore all have dominant service sectors, Japan's service sector is not nearly as dynamic and competitive ...
... complex, irregular conflicts in fragile or failed states.  There will always be surprises like for example East Timor, Bougainville, or the Solomon Islands. Australia is unique among the advanced economies, ...
26. Will China overtake the US?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... sun finds itself with a GDP per capita about one-quarter less than America.  Europe's post-war recovery was very rapid, but none of Europe's major economies have made it to the same level of GDP per capita ...
27. Breaking time for the BRICs?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
...  His universe of dynamic economies then expanded to the "next eleven" of Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, Turkey and Vietnam.  And in his most recent ...
28. Is China's economy in the balance?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... financial and regulatory institutions that characterise developed economies. No one disputes the fact that in China wages are low, capital is cheap and land is misused. But since China’s products must ...
... town") lay the lands of the Cahbrogal. Broken Bay to the north was in Garigal country. And the people of the Windsor district were the Buruberongal. Two different aboriginal economies existed in the ...
30. Central Asia Update
... the quality of economic growth in those countries is solid and balanced. Despite of industrial potential inherited from the Soviet Union and relatively high literacy rate of population economies of these ...
31. Measuring up Asia's economy
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
Asia's economy is bigger, faster and better than the rest of us, or so the story goes.  But in reality, as UNESCAP's Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific makes clear, Asia's economies are a very ...
32. Asia and Europe
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... of the idea of 'the West', which is based on freedom: open societies, open economies, open politics, the freedom of academic inquiry, the compatibility of faith and reason, the secular pluralist state.  These ...
... on unsustainable finances in a number of other euro economies. Euro governments have spent a year or more trying to play catch-up.  As they persist in negotiating among themselves, they are in fact trying ...
34. Philippines' challenges
... 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 emerging economies. While managing the short term ...
35. IMF and Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... are more circumspect.  It may not be as easy to stoke up their economies again.  And it may indeed be time to work more closely to work with the IMF. But the "IMF stigma" still remains.  No self-respecting ...
36. Bribery and corruption in Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... economies climb the development ladder, the quality of their governance usually improves.  Cleaner governance is necessary to realize a country's development potential.  And as societies become more prosperous ...
37. Doing business in Asia
... driving this disparity is the ease of doing business.  Singapore and Hong Kong, Asia's most dynamic economies, top the World Bank's list of the world's easiest economies in which to do business.  Korea is ...
38. 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 emerging economies, the situation is worse.  In Chile and Mexico, ...
... a fundamental difference between the economies of the two countries in the Nineties that remains even today. While China is an export-oriented economy, India is not. Moreover, China had the advantage of ...
40. Rise of Global Latinas
... economies and the rise of “Multilatinas”, or “Global Latinas”, Latin America’s emerging multinational companies. For Casanova, the challenge facing Latin America’s emerging business giants is two-fold: ...
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