Asia's economic transformation
Asia's rapidly developing economies are in the midst of a "structural transformation", which is very challenging and will take a very long time.
Asia's economy -- no miracle!
Asia's dramatic economic development has not been a miracle. It has been the result of sound policies. But can Asia succeed in innovation-driven development?
Asia's supply chains
Asia's supply chains have opened new opportunities for development. They are also transforming the system of international trade and investment. But they are not without their challenges.
Asia's lopsided trade and investment
Asia's participation in global supply chains has been an important driver of development. But overall, Asia's participation in trade and investment has been lopsided.
India’s budget 2014-15
Mukul G Asher has shared with us his work on Indian’s budget 2014-15, and the initial steps towards professionalizing tax administration.
Mega Trends to 2025
What are the world’s top Global Mega Trends to 2025 and what are their implications for business, society and cultures?
Connected Living -- what does it mean?
"Connected living" -- connected city, connected work and connected home -- offers immense opportunities for ICT vendors and telecom operators, a market potential of USD$731 billion by 2020.
China -- the fragile superpower
The US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, which recently took place between the world's superpowers was preceded by a period of great tensions. China remains, however, a very fragile superpower.
Asia and international financial system
Asia would like to play a more important role in the international financial system. But is it ready?
Fair, inclusive and stable finance in Asia -- a trade union perspective II
This is the second section of a paper I wrote for the trade union group, UNI-APRO, on "Towards fair, inclusive and stable finance in Asia: Advancing a trade union agenda".
China's renminbi-isation -- Aiming for economic clout
David Marsh of the OMFIF has shared with us his insights on China's renminbi-isation, in particular how Beijing can emulate US, German investment returns.
China's financial market challenges
China's financial markets are emitting mixed messages. Its banks are the biggest in the world. Its financial system is increasingly fragile. What is really going on?
Growth, Innovation and Leadership with Frost & Sullivan.
Frost & Sullivan is organizing an inspiring series of events over the coming year on Growth, Innovation and Leadership. Many of these events will take place in Asia.
Frost & Sullivan in New Zealand, 28 August, 2014
Frost & Sullivan's first-ever New Zealand conference on growth, innovation and leadership, taking place on 28 August, 2014, could not be more timely or relevant. See registration details below:
Trade unions call for more responsible business conduct
Global trade union leader, Philip Jennings, will be making a call for more responsible business conduct at an OECD global forum this week.
A tale of two US banking industries
There are two vastly different US banking industries, the Wall Street guys and the poor average bank worker, according to the UNI Global Union's "US Bank Workers Report".
New Zealand -- Frost & Sullivan Conference, 28 August 2014.
Frost & Sullivan's Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership is holding a conference on 28 August, 2014 at the Villa Maria Estate, Auckland, New Zealand. Registration details below.
Chinese Internet Giants Demonstrate Growing Strength Of Nation
Chinese Internet giants demonstrate the growing strength of the nation, argues G. Bin Zhao.
Direct conversion between yuan and euro is on the way
Direct conversion between yuan and euro is on the way, argues G. Bin Zhao, who expects steady progress, given lack of geopolitical friction between Europe and China.
Malaysia Should Not Mix Tax Collection with Wealth Generation
Malaysia should not mix tax collection with wealth generation argues Mukul G Asher.
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