Great Asian Slowdown
We are now in the midst of the "Great Asian Slowdown", driven by aging populations and the failure to undertake to take structural reforms to boost productivity, argues John West
Benefits of intelligent mobility
Intelligent Mobility to reduce traffic congestion, carbon emissions and accidents, while increasing travel speed, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Singapore’s Future Growth
Singapore’s Future Growth to be driven by Innovation and New Business Models says Frost & Sullivan.
Is the Philippines about to realise its FDI potential
The Philippines has enjoyed a boom in inward FDI under the presidency of Benigno Aquino. But the country must make greater efforts to sustain its improved FDI performance.
Hong Kong: resiliency and risk
Hong Kong's economy has shown remarkable resiliency over the past year, but still faces many risks, writes John West.
FROST & SULLIVAN'S GIL 2015 IN INDONESIA, 1 OCTOBER
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Reforming India's military pensions
To effectively implement OROP (one-rank-one-pension), India's Ministry of Defense needs to depart from its current practices, argue Mukul Asher and Azad Singh Bali.
Achieving Resilient and Inclusive Growth in Asia
Achieving Resilient and Inclusive Growth in the Asia-Pacific was top of the agenda at the recent 23rd PECC General Meeting in Manila.
Trade unions call for extraordinary action from G20
Global Slowdown and Refugee Crisis Requires Extraordinary Action From G20, according to the international trade union movement.
Frost & Sullivan 2015 GIL New Zealand: Industry Convergence and Digital Transformation
Andrew Milroy will be presenting on "Industry Convergence: The Road to Disruption" at 2015 GIL New Zealand congress on 27th August 2015. Details below:
From a PPP to Public Sector Control of Metronet in the UK: Implications for India
Mukul G. Asher, Shahana Sheikh and V. Ramakrishnan examine the implications for India of the restructuring of the UK's Metronet from PPP to full public sector control.
Asian Century's fading promise
As China and other Asian economies face economic, social and political headwinds, the very foundations of the Asian Century are being shaken, writes John West.
Viva Tel Aviv
... how the Israeli city's start-up culture is winning admirers.
Strengthening institutions for innovative capacity in India
With India’s population projected to be the world’s largest in the coming decade, the country’s long-term development is increasingly relevant in the global economy, argue Asit Biswas, Kris Hartley.
Creating Fiscal Space In Today’s India
Mukul Asher explains what fiscal space has come to mean in modern economics, why creating it is more complex than it seems at first, and how it can be done in India.
Frost & Sullivan 2015 GIL New Zealand: The Internet of Things and IT-Led Disruptions will Transcend Industry Sectors
Apps and wearables across applications will be enabled with the IoT, say Frost & Sullivan.
The Greek Referendum: No way to dodge the fundamentals?
What are we to make of the Greek Referendum, asks Satish Mishra.
Rationale & Key Requirements For Implementing GST In Indian States
Mukul Asher shares his views on the rationale and key requirements for implementing GST in Indian states.
India Compares Well in External Trade Integration in Asia Pacific
An in-depth analysis of India’s trade with the Asia-Pacific region by Mukul Asher and Keya Chaturvedi leads to some intriguing conclusions and sound recommendations.
Asian Century update
India will play a more prominent role in the next phase of the "Asian Century", which had hitherto been led by China, according to Peter Church, Chairman of the AFG Venture Group.
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