China's bubble in pessimism
China's economy is inefficient, but it is not unstable, argues the Economist magazine on August 17th 2013.
Both hunger and obesity rising in the Philippines
Both hunger and obesity are rising in the Philippines.
China and the Internet
The Economist magazine of 6 April 2013 had an excellent article on China and the Internet.
China loves American brands
China's middle class consumers are becoming a new driver of global demand. But what brands do they prefer?
Next Tuesday, 4 June, will mark the 24th anniversary of the violent suppression of demonstrations in Tiananmen Square in China.
26th edition of ASEAN-US Talks
The ASEAN-U.S. Dialogue took place recently in Washington.
US export controls target Chinese military
President Barack Obama’s Export Control Reform Initiative is seeking to overhaul America's export control system.
Chinese business helps revive rusty Detroit
Chinese business investors are helping to revive Detroit, which had become very much part of America's rust belt.
Xi Jinping's Chinese Dream
This week's Economist magazine has a few interesting articles on Xi Jinping's "Chinese Dream".
New President for ADB
Takehiko Nakao has been unanimously elected President of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) by its Board of Governors.
Report on Google Chairman's Trip to North Korea
John Delury, a historian from Yonsei University, Seoul, accompanied Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, and former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, to North Korea.
The report on his trip in The New Yorker is insightful.
Who owns the Senkaku or Diaoyu Islands?
The Christmas edition of the Economist magazine has an interesting piece that suggests that the Senkaku or Diaoyu Islands belong to the ancient Ryukyu Kingdom.
Korea needs a ‘different kind of growth’
In a New Year interview with Korea's Maeil Business Newspaper, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde suggested that Korea should adopt an "inclusive growth" model.
Canada losing ground in global economy
Canada is losing economic ground in the global economy, according to Bombardier CEO, Pierre Beaudoin.
Australia overestimates China
In a fascinating session at the Sydney-based Lowy Institute, James Fallows said that Australians have a tendency to overestimate the rise of China.
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