China’s Great Pump Priming
Economy,China
By Ding Lu - 13 Apr 2016

China’s Great Pump Priming

Despite all the policy rhetoric of stabilizing growth, adjusting structures, and preventing financial risks, the policy makers in Beijing have created another round of fiscal-monetary pump priming.
China’s Stock Market Turmoil: A Painful Lesson for Investors and Regulators
Economy,China

By Jing Wan - 23 Mar 2016

China’s Stock Market Turmoil: A Painful Lesson for Investors and Regulators

China Facing the Exchange Rate Policy Dilemma
Economy,China

By Yuqing Xing - 23 Mar 2016

China Facing the Exchange Rate Policy Dilemma

Japan’s BRI Nod to Boost Asia’s Infrastructure Buildup
Economy,East Asia

Japan’s BRI Nod to Boost Asia’s Infrastructure Buildup

Japan’s forward bend towards China’s BRI will provide an impetus to Asia’s much needed infrastructure build-up. Asia has a large infrastructure need which is essential for the economic growth of Asian countries and which is significant for their global competitiveness.
By Amrita Jash - 31 Jul 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
The Future of Tourism in the Sino-Laotian Region
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

The Future of Tourism in the Sino-Laotian Region

China has become a major source for tourists for all Southeast Asian states. Laos is no exception in trying to attract this revenue earner. Improved connectivity through high-speed rail is one way to harness this potential and ensure Laos stays competitive in this market.  
By Tai Wei Lim - 19 Jul 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Two Years On
Economy,China,South Asia

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Two Years On

In the two years since Chinese President Xi Jinping’s official announcement of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor during his state visit to Pakistan on April 20, 2015, the first slate of “early harvest” CPEC projects are poised to be completed.
Yu’e Bao: A Double-Edged Sword for Financial Innovation
Economy,China

Yu’e Bao: A Double-Edged Sword for Financial Innovation

Yu’e Bao is a repository for leftover cash from online spending. The speedy growth of the fund highlights the pervasive role now played by technologies, which at the same time disrupts important erstwhile state-controlled economic pillars such as finance.
Japan’s Economic Woes: Is Helicopter Drop of Money the Cure?
Economy,East Asia

Japan’s Economic Woes: Is Helicopter Drop of Money the Cure?

What is the hype that helicopter drop of money is exactly the kind of policy that Japan should seriously consider for getting it out of the quagmire of low inflation and low growth? Will it work?
China’s New Push to Reform the State Sector: How Far Can It Go?
Economy,China

China’s New Push to Reform the State Sector: How Far Can It Go?

A recent article authored by the Party Committee of China’s State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council in the Qiu Shi journal has stirred up heated discussions on the direction of China’s state-owned enterprise reforms.
By Sarah Y Tong - 11 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
MSCI Delays Inclusion of China A-Shares: A Blessing in Disguise?
Economy,China

MSCI Delays Inclusion of China A-Shares: A Blessing in Disguise?

MSCI Inc.’s decision on June 14, 2016 to not include China A-shares in the MSCI Emerging Market Index is seen by some analysts as a blow to the country’s efforts in raising its stock market profile and turning the RMB into an international currency. 
What Needs to Be Done to Avert a RMB Crisis
Economy,China

What Needs to Be Done to Avert a RMB Crisis

By investing aggressively in various parts of the world, China is transferring its foreign exchange reserves to other countries and intends to earn investment return from these activities. However, due to reasons such as economic slowdown and capital outflow, the balance of the foreign exchange reserves is diminishing.
By Na Xie - 06 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
AIIB:  A Viable Win-Win Model for the Global Financial Order?
Economy,China

AIIB: A Viable Win-Win Model for the Global Financial Order?

Initial worries of clashes between the AIIB and existing Bretton Woods institutions such as the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank have subsided with increasing cooperation among these institutions and adoption of similar governance rules.
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