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41. China's reform challenges
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... by other countries like Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Singapore.  This makes the role of government relatively straightforward -- providing roads, railways, energy, and other infrastructure to complement private ...
... and exporting.  By the time that Japan had become advanced country in the 1990s, this approach no longer worked.  Japan has lost its cost advantage to other Asian countries, which also matched its quality ...
43. Why did Japan stop growing?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... the 1980s, Japan went through a process of economic catchup.  This was no mean feat because, although all less developed countries have catchup potential, very few manage to succeed. In Japan's case, ...
44. Australia: beware of Asian Century Hype
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... itself for the burden of an ageing population.  Most other Asian countries face more difficult challenges as they need to rebalance their growth away from Western export markets at an earlier stage in ...
45. Asia's uneven development
... by developed countries to be good development partners.  The concern at the time was that, while globalization was a very positive force, too many people in developing countries were being bypassed by ...
46. China's lack of global leadership
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... why China should have an interest in global economic leadership.  China is highly exposed to the global system in many ways, and certainly feels a victim of it.  Indeed, some countries think of China as ...
47. Innovation Asia
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... global challenges like climate change or infectious diseases, and to improving the well-being of our citizens. Innovation has always been more important as a source of growth for advanced countries, ...
48. Is China cracking?
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... countries typically become democratic, and there are many signs of pressures in that direction. Rapidly developing non-democratic countries often make a transition towards democracy when their GDP ...
49. Russia and the East
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... economic relations depends on how well these two countries can resolve territorial disputes around the Kuril Islands, the Russian President is very optimistic in building strong ties with two emerging ...
50. Human security in Asia
... protect its citizens.  In reality, in many developing countries, the state often fails to fulfill its security obligations, and in many cases is a source of threat to its own people. Human security forms ...
51. International Trade
... The two people are residents of different countries which use different currencies. A similar transaction between two people, one in Seattle and the other in New York, a much greater distance, is just ...
52. Finance
... economies which have greater investment opportunities. In reality, much finance flows out of these emerging and developing economies and into countries like the US, the UK and Australia (the "Lucas paradox")... ...
53. Migration
Deep down, we are all migrants from somewhere.  And most advanced OECD countries need more migrants.  Even Japan is opening up gradually to migration notably through an intern program.  International migration ...
What do the following 13 countries all have in common – Botswana, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Malta, Oman, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand?  They all experienced annual ...
55. Development
Many developing countries are missing the globalisation train. While five million of the world’s population live in prosperity or moving towards prosperity, the bottom billion (mainly in Africa) have been ...
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