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Will European Banks Hold Cash and End Negative Interest Rate Policy?
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 25 Aug 2016

Will European Banks Hold Cash and End Negative Interest Rate Policy?

The news that an increasing number of European banks are looking for cheap way to store cash as interest rates go negative is a good way for banks to register their protest over the impact of negative interest rates.
Rethinking of Popular Economic Ideas
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 22 Aug 2016

Rethinking of Popular Economic Ideas

China Continues Ascendancy in Basic Science Research
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 18 Aug 2016

China Continues Ascendancy in Basic Science Research

Duterte Trust Rating and South China Sea Talk
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Duterte Trust Rating and South China Sea Talk

A nationwide survey showed President Rodrigo Duterte gaining a historic high of 91 percent in public trust in his first week in office. The rating easily broke the former record which was held by Benigno Aquino III in 2010.
This Time It’s Different: The Secondary Shockwave of Brexit
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This Time It’s Different: The Secondary Shockwave of Brexit

Most analysts predict that the financial system can take the Brexit shock and engineer the transition to a new, albeit lower, equilibrium. However, few look at the possibility of a second shock, and even fewer dare to predict an Armageddon type of unravelling of events.
New Expression of Democracy
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New Expression of Democracy

Many Asian countries have long distrusted popular democracy, looking at the Westminster form of representative democracy as a more acceptable way. Now with Scotland and Northern Ireland’s separation from the UK lurking around the corner, Asian leaders must look for their own expressions of democracy.
A New Arms Race in Supercomputing
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A New Arms Race in Supercomputing

The fastest supercomputer with a theoretical peak performance of 124.5 petaflops, Sunway TaihuLight, is not only a Chinese supercomputer, it runs on microprocessors developed entirely in China.
Shenzhen: The Silicon Valley of China
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Shenzhen: The Silicon Valley of China

Shenzhen is now dubbed China’s Silicon Valley. Based on the City Competitiveness Bluebook of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the city surpassed Hong Kong to become China’s most competitive city in 2014.
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