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By Tai Wei Lim - 03 Oct 2016

Japan’s Abdication Dilemma

The announced possibility of Japanese Emperor Akihito’s abdication has become a much-discussed issue in Japan. He cited his age and state of health as the reasons for his not being able to continue with his royal duties.
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By Tai Wei Lim - 28 Sep 2016

Malacca in the Maritime Silk Road Connectivity

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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 31 Aug 2016

China’s Consumer-Centric Telecom Reform

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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.
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Rethinking of Popular Economic Ideas

The lingering subpar economic recovery since the 2008 subprime crisis and the ascendancy of the Chinese economy since 1979 has given rise to an intellectual re-examination by some economists of many popular economic ideas.
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China Continues Ascendancy in Basic Science Research

In the 2015 Nature Index published recently, China kept its number two position in the country ranking and continues its push to narrow the gap with the leading country, the US.
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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.
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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.
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