Mongolia: after the bust
The collapse of commodity prices continues to drag down the Mongolian economy, though an IMF loan could provide a short-term solution, writes John West.
China's upgrading challenge
Today, there is no government making greater efforts to climb Asia’s global value chains and get better value for its economy than China’s, writes John West.
Indonesia’s West Papuans and China’s Tibetans
Indonesia’s West Papuans and China’s Tibetans share similar fates in that their hopes for independent nationhood were dashed by greedy big brothers, write John West.
India’s water woes
Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada discuss India's water woes.
The China factor in India–Bhutan relations
Udisha Saklani and Cecilia Tortajada report on the 24th round of China–Bhutan border talks.
Water Mismanagement in India
Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada explain why demand Is a bigger problem than supply
Frost & Sullivan's GIL in Singapore,13 October 2016
Exploring the Future of Industries at Frost & Sullivan's Growth, Innovation and Leadership Asia Pacific Congress 2016 and Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards Singapore, 13 October 2016.
Connectivity in the Asia-Pacific
The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council has urged to find synergy among connectivity initiatives.
India -- a slow burner
India now has the world’s fastest-growing large economy, and the prospects for continued development may well be very good, writes John West.
The Chinese economy of today is riddled with conundrums, writes John West.
Korea's chaebol predicament
Korea must extricate itself from its chaebol predicament, argues John West.
Japan's never-ending dilemmas
Japan still cannot get its act together, a quarter of a century after the bursting of its bubble economy, writes John West.
Asia's stunted development
Asia's former miracle economies are now suffering from stunted development, writes John West.
Asia’s mythical middle class society
Despite the widespread hype, Asia's "middle class" society remains a myth. Only 15% of Asians could claim to be living middle class lives, writes John West.
The Proposal of Refining India’s Budget Process is a Welcome Step, writes Mukul Asher.
What next in the South China Sea
The Philippines won its South China Sea case against China. But what Philippine President Duterte would like to do next, asks John West.
The Barron's Revolt: Why Big Wars Start
We all, not just Europeans, should all heed Julian Lindley-French's warnings about Russia.
The Sino–Vatican negotiations and the role of Taipei
Stefano Pelaggi writes for us on relations between Beijing and the Holy See, and the delicate balance with Taiwan.
FROST & SULLIVAN'S GIL 2016 IN SINGAPORE, 13 OCTOBER
Book Your Calendar for Frost & Sullivan's GIL 2016 Singapore 13 October, 2016, Conrad Centennial, Singapore.
India's new GST
Mukul G. Asher explains how Indian states can implement the GST effectively.
Page 14 of 53