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41. The Korean Paradox
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... prestige. What is the name of North Korea’s leader? What is his nickname? Why is North Korea’s often on the international spotlight? No doubt many readers would know the answers. Now, what is the name ...
42. Time for the Asia-Pacific region to lead
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... growth rebounded very strongly in 2010.  Emerging Asia became virtually the main source of economic dynamism in the global economy.  Asia’s strong fiscal expansion also softened the effect of the crisis ...
43. Globalization -- why it worries me
(Panorama/Globalization)
... often frequency, inflicting terrible damage on our economies and citizens. Yawning gaps between rich and poor are emerging, and are certainly not helped by the fact that reckless bankers are bailed out ...
44. What's wrong with Japan?
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... is often very slow with all the time it takes to reach a consensus.  For example, it took many years for the Japanese government to decide how to handle its financial crisis which exploded over 20 years ...
... corporate tax rates are such a problem.  They argue that Japanese business leaders are very often not so concerned about the profitability of their investments or the relevant taxation.  This may be so ...
46. Human trafficking in Japan
(Panorama/Migration)
... that human trafficking is prevalent throughout the world, even in the US.  Subtle but potent forms of coercion are often used against victims, including threats of deportation or imprisonment, or severe ...
47. Japan's unique economic contribution
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... Japan’s hidden champions do resemble their Western peers in terms of strategy, organization, and operations.  They often start with an engineer or scientist with a great idea, and who sees a niche in a ...
48. Globalization, war and peace
(Panorama/Globalization)
... own stability.       Asians often take great pride in their informal, polite diplomacy, a lot of which is structured around ASEAN, rather than the regions big players.  But a peaceful future for Asia ...
49. Innovation in Japan?
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
Japan has a long history of importing new ideas from the rest of the world.  These ideas are imported, adapted and then adopted as their own -- to such a point that Japanese are often not aware of the ...
50. The old world’s ageing companies
(Panorama/Investment)
... operate world wide, and often do more business away from their home base than at home?  And large enterprises surely have the capacity to re-create themselves – the manufacturing giant GE is by some estimates ...
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