How to fix Japan
Embracing the lost art of “creative destruction” will allow the once booming economy to flourish again.
Chip War. a book review
Seamus Grimes' review of Christopher Miller's book, Chip War,
Digitization Could Finally Transform Japan’s Economy
Digitalisation has the potential to accelerate and move Japan onto a higher economic growth trajectory.
Glen Robinson shares his views on startups in Australia.
CORPORATE TAXATION FOR THE YEAR ENDING 2020
Our partner Glen Robinson offers a sharp and timely critique of Australia's corporate taxation system.
CHINESE CONTAINER PORTS
Glen Robinson argues that the international container ports in China are among the best in the world.
COMMERCIAL AUSTRALIA - POST PANDEMIC
Glen Robinson explores how COVID-19 has created havoc with supply chains, the sourcing of products and components, as well as our traditional supply routes to the export markets.
The Japanese Economy Has Reinvented Itself
The Japanese economy has been quietly reinventing itself by concentrating on high-value-added advanced materials, especially electronics, writes John West.
Collision Course: Carlos Ghosn and the Culture Wars That Upended an Auto Empire
Collision Course charts the rise and fall of Carlos Ghosn. It delves into the nitty-gritty and complexities of the international business and political relations.
AUSTRALIA’S INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER PORTS.
Australia's inefficient container ports are impeding the country's export economy, according to Glen Robinson.
How is Japan doing now?
Japanese economy is bouncing back, and COVID-19 seems relatively under control. Longer-term challenges of large government debt, weak productivity and an ageing population require serious attention.
CROSS BORDER TRADE PLUS FTA’S & THE WTO
Glen Robinson shares his thoughts on the complex world of cross border trade, free trade agreements and the World Trade Organisation.
GLOBAL CROSS BORDER COMMERCE
Glen Robinson examines the beginnings of the effect of the Pandemic on Australia’s global business.
Bangladesh’s industrial disasters a blight on strong development gains
Bangladesh is emerging as a manufacturing powerhouse, but it must address pressing worker safety issues, writes John West.
Book Review: Decoding China’s Export Miracle
Participation in global value chains has been the key factor driving China’s exports and economic development, according to Professor Yuqing Xing's new book, as reviewed by John West.
China’s innovation dilemma
Tech advances have been impressive, but constraints on business productivity and imagination are a major obstacle, writes John West.
THE RECENT HISTORY OF MYANMAR
As Myanmar struggles with bloody instability, Glen Robinson reminds of the recent history of this country.
The case for Investment in SouthEast Asia
Glen Robinson makes the case for investing in Southeast Asia.
Book Review - China: The Bubble That Never Pops
One of the great puzzles is why China's bubble economy has never popped.
AUSTRALIA’S INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ENGAGEMENT 2019
With disruption and rethinking prompted by the Covid-19 Virus, Australia’s commercial linkage with the global community will change significantly, writes Glen Robinson.
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