Why India must embrace China-led Asian trade pact RCEP
India must embrace China-led Asian trade pact, RCEP, argue Asit K. Biswas & Cecilia Tortajada.
Singapore in 2014: ‘Tentative moves towards Verifiable Trust’
The Singaporean population's persistent expectations towards ‘Verifiable trust’ in government policies acquired greater urgency, and this is set to accelerate, argue Mukul G. Asher and Chang Yee Kwan.
Addressing inequality in Singapore
Mukul Asher shares his thoughts on inequality in Singapore and its implications for India.
Poverty in the midst of prosperity -- the case of Singapore
Japan, Korea and Singapore are considered to be cases which have conquered the blight of poverty. But poverty is increasing in these economies, driven by the widening gaps between rich and poor.
Myanmar in transition
Emanuele Schibotto has shared with us his thoughts on "Myanmar in transition", and the shifts in foreign aid from East Asia.
Metro Manila, the film
Metro Manila, the film, is a story of poverty, despair, helplessness and hopelessness of a farming family that migrates to Manila with vain hopes of a better life.
Restructuring Economies, Transforming Societies
Sustainable wellbeing requires not just economic restructuring but also social transformation, argued Dennis Snower in his opening address to this year's Global Economic Symposium.
Cambodia: Australia’s new “dumping ground” for refugees?
Is Cambodia Australia’s new “dumping ground” for refugees, asks Kiri-Ana Libbesson.
Dazzling Singapore's deep contradictions
Visitors to Singapore can't help being dazzled by Asia's only global city. But scratching below the surface reveals a system struggling for survival.
Malaysia Should Not Mix Tax Collection with Wealth Generation
Malaysia should not mix tax collection with wealth generation argues Mukul G Asher.
Solar energy in the Philippines
Is the Philippines solar PV market set to boom or doom in the wake of the revised FIT policy, asks Subha Krishnan, Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan.
The future of world's water supply
Two important water events are taking place in Singapore over the next seven days, write Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Thailand's failed experiment in inclusive growth
Thailand's recent military coup is a consequence of its failed experiment with "inclusive growth" policies. But the coup will not solve Thailand's problems. It needs a new social contract.
Thailand -- Frost & Sullivan conference, 28 May 2014.
Frost & Sullivan's Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership is holding a conference on 28 May, 2014, at the Four Seasons Hotel, Bangkok. Registration details are in Reference Section.
Tragedy turns into a PR advantage for Australia
The flight MH 370 tragedy turns into a PR advantage for Australia, writes Amit Jain.
Malaysia Summit on Growth, Innovation and Leadership, 15 April 2014
Frost & Sullivan will host the Malaysian Growth, Innovation and Leadership annual Global Congress on 15 April 2014. Registration details below.
Malaysia -- Impact of Degression Rate in Solar PV market
Frost & Sullivan has shared with us this intellitgence on the impact of degression rate in the Malaysia solar PV market.
How to keep the taps running
Although Singapore is in a better position than many other drought-hit countries, it is time to come up with a drought response plan, argue Cecilia Tortajada and Asit K. Biswas.
Frost & Sullivan 2014 Indonesia Congress, March 26
Frost & Sullivan will host the Growth, Innovation & Leadership Indonesia Congress on March 26, 2014 at the Hotel Mulia, Senayan - Jakarta.
Art Stage Singapore, "We are Asia"
The recent 4th annual edition of Art Stage, Singapore’s leading art fair, delivered on its theme of “We are Asia”, writes the East Gallery's Andrew FitzGerald.
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