China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Perils and Prospects
Economy,China,South Asia
By Pervaiz Ali Mahesar - 03 Mar 2017

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Perils and Prospects

Athough CPEC offers more opportunities to Pakistan given the global connectivity of trade and investment expanded by China, yet the major question is how Pakistan and China can bring this vision into reality keeping in view the changing geopolitics in the South Asian region.
Japan is Puzzled by President Trump
Economy,East Asia

By Yuqing Xing - 23 Feb 2017

Japan is Puzzled by President Trump

Modi’s Job Creation Promise for India
Economy,South Asia

By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim - 20 Feb 2017

Modi’s Job Creation Promise for India

The Maritime Silk Road: Its Past, Present and Future
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

The Maritime Silk Road: Its Past, Present and Future

In the revived contemporary interest in the Maritime Silk Road, narratives about Zheng He may become part of the current discourse on Chinese plans to revive the maritime trading route which spans cities from China to Italy.
By Tai Wei Lim - 14 Feb 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
China’s “Belt and Road” and Maritime Southeast Asia
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

China’s “Belt and Road” and Maritime Southeast Asia

An effect of the warming relations between China and the Philippines has been the de-emphasis in Manila of the South China Sea dispute. This de-escalation of tensions has brought a surge of Chinese investment, as well as possible Sino-Philippine joint exploration of resources in the South China Sea.  
China’s “Belt and Road” and Mainland Southeast Asia
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

China’s “Belt and Road” and Mainland Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia straddles both the Silk Road Economic Belt and the Maritime Silk Road, and the projects promise to stimulate economic development and trade in the participating nations. China and ASEAN seek to raise their trade to USD 1 trillion by 2020.
How Trump Can Work with World Leaders
Politics,Economy

How Trump Can Work with World Leaders

There is potential for US President Donald Trump to work with China on public goods such as the global environment and many other issues of non-detrimental common interests. Job creation may be an important link between the first and second largest economies in the world.
By Tai Wei Lim - 03 Feb 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
China’s USD 40 Billion Investment in Nigeria
Economy,China

China’s USD 40 Billion Investment in Nigeria

On January 11, 2017, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi announced that China will be investing an additional USD 40 billion in Nigeria, on top of China’s USD 45 billion in existing investments in the country.  
What is the Cause of China’s Capital Flight?
Economy,China

What is the Cause of China’s Capital Flight?

In 2015, China’s capital outflow rose to nearly USD 1 trillion. The exodus of capital continued to surge in 2016, which prompted the government’s efforts in imposing new restrictions on yuan movements.
Protest Erupts in Sri Lanka's Hambantota over Chinese Megaproject
Economy,China,South Asia

Protest Erupts in Sri Lanka's Hambantota over Chinese Megaproject

A Chinese megaproject in Sri Lanka has encountered violent resistance from angry local residents who fear forced eviction from their land. The protesters are also worried that Hambantota will become a Chinese colony over time.
The Coming Trade War Between the US and China
Politics,Economy,China

The Coming Trade War Between the US and China

Asia watchers are anxiously awaiting US President-elect Donald Trump’s first actions after his inauguration, in particular whether he will carry out his threat of designating China as a currency manipulator. Such a designation will allow US to institute punitive tariffs on Chinese imports.
The Rationale Behind Trump’s Tax Slash
Economy

The Rationale Behind Trump’s Tax Slash

While the US economy is driven by multiple factors including innovation, business sophistication, market size, financial market development, labor market efficiency, and higher education and training, high tax rates and tax regulations remain the two most important downsides of doing business in US.
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