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21. Breaking time for the BRICs?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... very grave risks of Asia's leading economies getting stuck in a middle income trap because of a failure to stay the course in policy reform. IBM's Chairman, Sam Palmisano, has recently developed this ...
22. Competing with China?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... be most concerned with those countries which are competing with us for China's market.  Australia has developed a very good reputation as a natural resource exporter, but we are not the only country exporting ...
23. Is China's economy in the balance?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... financial and regulatory institutions that characterise developed economies. No one disputes the fact that in China wages are low, capital is cheap and land is misused. But since China’s products must ...
24. Measuring up Asia's economy
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... Hong Kong (92%), Japan (70%), Singapore (74%), and is in the same ball-park as North America and Europe, where the service sector accounts for about 75% of GDP.  But the services sector is much less developed ...
... better than other developed OECD countries, sailing through hardly missing a heart beat.  Many imagined that it was just a matter of toughing it out before we would see a return of the good times. Then ...
... a strongly Chinese economy, enabled the Australian economy to sail through the crisis better than any other developed nation. Today, the case for decisive action by the Australian government is even ...
27. China's intellectual repression
...  Thanks to the Internet, "God's gift to the Chinese people", he developed a career as a freelance commentator on Chinese society and culture, publishing both overseas and within China.  He was imprisoned ...
28. India -- the new frontier?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... on a well-developed and sophisticated financial market that can channel financial resources to good use, and it boasts reasonably sophisticated and innovative businesses." The Australian economy is currently ...
29. Questions on Japan
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... stimulus, which has resulted in Japan's gross public debt rising to over 200 per cent of GDP.  Japan also has the most rapidly ageing population among the developed OECD countries, which is  dragging down ...
30. Global education in Japan
... finance and development are now increasingly driven by the globally integrated enterprise (GIE), a concept developed by Samuel J. Palmisano, President and CEO of IBM.  The GIE is superceding the role of ...
31. Italy Is Not Game Over
... of public debt being held by foreigners is 47%, above France and Germany and that its private debt is one of the lowest among developed countries whereas household wealth is one of the highest.   Italy ...
32. Chinese investment is coming fast
... tougher political and regulatory barriers in developed countries, the experience of Libya and other countries has shown that they may have underestimated the political/security risk in developing countries. ...
33. Is an Asian Century Possible?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... thoroughly is the case of Japan, Asia's most developed economy, whose GDP per capita is still about one-third lower than the US and the advanced economies of northern Europe.  Whille many parts of Japan's ...
34. Japan's stunted economy
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
How developed really is the Japanese economy?  When you compare its service sector to other developed countries, it just does not make the grade.  As countries develop, they usually shift from ...
35. Australia: Beware of the Asian Century
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... was not "pre-ordained" and that there were very real risks of emerging Asia falling into a "middle income trap".  We should not forget that Japan, Asia's most developed country, has been in a "middle-high ...
36. The Korean Paradox
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... is one of the pariahs of the international community whereas the less well-known Korea is indeed one of the few democratic and highly developed countries in Asia. Just a few facts to get things straight. ...
37. America's Pacific Century
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... hopefully be approved by Congress this week, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) which is being discussed.  The TPP would bring together economies from across the Pacific -- developed and developing ...
38. Time for the Asia-Pacific region to lead
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... by important policy reforms in Asia’s emerging economies and the “great moderation” in the developed OECD countries.   Optimism was so high that even when the first signs of the global financial ...
39. Leadership in North East Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
...  Following the Second World War, Japan resurged again and became the world's second biggest economic power under US protection.  Japan then developed an Asian economic leadership of sorts, as it transferred ...
40. Globalization, war and peace
... Keating took up in his speech to the Evatt Foundation in August 2007, and which he further developed in an interview with "NewMatilda.com".   And these are the very same questions that come to mind ...
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