Doing business in Japan
Doing business in Japan is notoriously difficult. But then again, companies like Ikea and Starbucks succeed famously.
What is the truth of the matter?
Cool entrepreneurship in Japan
Today, Japan may be on the cusp of a fresh wave of entrepreneurship, 'cool entrepreneurship', that could make Japan's creative industries a new source of growth.
Abenomics must bring seismic change to Japan
The cherry blossoms appeared ten days early this year. And optimism has returned to Japan with its new government led by Shinzo Abe. But "Abenomics" must bring seismic change to Japan.
Smart budgetary advice for the Philippines
This week's invited contributor, David Jay Green from San Francisco's Hult International Business School, has some smart budgetary advice for the Philippines, a "Joseph Budget".
Singapore, still growing strongly, resists social transformation
Throughout 2013, Singapore’s macroeconomic management revealed the economy’s strengths, argue Mukul Asher and Chang Yee Kwan from the National University of Singapore.
Kishore Mahbubani's warning to the West
It's high time for the West to get off its moral pedestal and talk with Asia and the rest of the world on the basis of equality, Singapore's Kishore Mahbubani told the recent Beijing Forum.
Indonesia’s Booming ICT Outlook
Indonesia’s ICT Outlook is booming, writes Frost & Sullivan's Nitin Bhat.
Living, working and doing business in China
China can be an awfully difficult country in which to do business, or even just visit. But Leo Lacey's "Living, Working & Doing Business in China" is the perfect reference to prepare you.
IMF's Lagarde on Asian Dream
Asia needs to rejuvenate its development strategy to fulfil the Asian dream of lasting growth and shared prosperity, according to IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.
How Not to Do Business in China
Michael Bloomfield, Founder and Executive Director of the Harmony Foundation of Canada, has shared with us his views on how not to do business with China. It is essential reading!
Hong Kong steps onto slippery regulatory slope
Hong Kong's Liu Kin-ming argues that the haven of economic freedom is now stepping onto the slippery regulatory slope.
Farewell to Chinese Triumphalism!
When financial crisis struck the US in 2008, there was no-one more triumphalist than a Chinese Communist Party official. Today, the tide is turning, as it invariably does.
Doing business with China without selling our soul
We should be doing business with China without selling our soul, argues Michael Bloomfield from Harmony Foundation of Canada.
Doing business in China
Doing business in China is very difficult, but not impossible.
China's reform problems
China's reform is in a real bind, and what's more, China has bad relations with virtually all of its neighbors. Where will this head?
China's productivity deficit
Even after more than three decades of stellar growth, China's productivity is only 13 per cent that of the US. Why? And how can China make up the lost ground?
China's inward and outward investment policies
Ken Davies, President of Growing Capacity, Inc, has kindly shared with us his update on China's investment policies.
China's investment in the West
Foreign direct investment coming from China is making waves in countries like Australia, Canada and the United States. Is it really a problem?
Challenges for China's President Xi
On 8 November, Xi Jinping will be appointed President of China at the Communist Party's 18th Congress. This should offer hopes of a new phase in China's economic reform. However, ...
Canadian business advances into China
China is a notoriously difficult place for doing business. But Canadian business is advancing nicely into China, according to a report by the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.
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