China facing the exchange rate policy dilemma
China has entered the trilemma of open macroeconomic policy — independent monetary policy, capital mobility, and a fixed exchange rate cannot be achieved simultaneously, argues Yuqing Xing.
Frost & Sullivan’s GIL 2016 -- Thailand 23 March
Frost & Sullivan’s GIL 2016: Thailand, 23rd March 2016 will identify opportunities and strategies for growth in a competitive environment.
Singapore versus Hong Kong
Singapore and Hong Kong have long been rivals for the crown of Asia's best city. But Singapore has now crept well ahead of Hong Kong, a trend that is bound to continue, writes John West.
Public-Private-Partnerships for Haryana
Mukul Asher shares his thoughts on Public- Private Partnership (PPP) For Improving Village Economy of Haryana.
Urbanization and Asia's innovation imperative
Asia must lift its game if it is to harness the potential of its cities as hubs of innovation, writes John West.
How to approach setting the rate structure for India’s GST?
How to approach setting the rate structure for India’s GST ask Mukul Asher & Azad Singh Bali.
Analyzing Singapore's budgeting
Mukul G. Asher and Chang Yee Kwan have shared their article on Budgeting data gaps and fiscal policy debate in Singapore.
FROST & SULLIVAN'S GIL 2016 IN THAILAND, 23 MARCH
Book Your Calendar for Frost & Sullivan's GIL 2016 Thailand - March 23, 2016, Dusit Thani, Bangkok.
FROST & SULLIVAN'S GIL 2016 IN MALAYSIA, 14 APRIL
Frost & Sullivan's Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) will travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 14 April, 2016. Register now!
Chinese investors snap up Japanese real estate
Chinese investors snap up Japanese real estate, reports John West.
China and the ICT global value chain
Seamus Grimes has shared with us some recent work on China’s increasing participation in the ICT global value chain.
Japan's business world
Japan’s business world has undergone profound transformations over the past few decades, writes John West.
Asia's economic traps
Most Asian economies are being stalked by low-income traps, middle-income traps, and even high-income stagnation traps, writes John West.
The TPP: win, loss or draw?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has been a long time coming, but will it be worth the wait ask Asit K Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Enterprise Messaging Apps in Australia
Enterprise Messaging Apps will be the Next Big Thing in Australia’s UC Market, says Frost & Sullivan.
Jordan's dynamic ICT sector
Jordan reaches out to take its ICT sector to the next level writes John West.
Five Big Technology Predictions into 2016
Technology will be ubiquitous in every aspect of business and everyday living in 2016 says Frost & Sullivan.
APEC needs to boost inclusive growth
When Asia-Pacific Leaders gather in Manila for the annual summit, they should focus their discussions on ways to ensure that more people are part of the growth of the region, according to PECC.
Competition and Convergence in the Industrial Sector
Competition will be a Compelling Force for Convergence in the Industrial Sector. argues Frost & Sullivan.
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
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