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21. Living on $2 a day
... and Ruthven which analyses financial management by poor people in Bangladesh, India and South Africa. When you are living on $2 a day, you spend most of your money on the basics, especially food.  ...
22. Trying to do business in China
... culmination of the process of legal, business and financial due diligence, and should be strictly enforced.  For Chinese and most Asians, a contract is more like a letter of intent, a stage in the business ...
23. America's Asian Century
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... these immigrants are sending all their money home to support their poor families.  Though they are among the least well-off financially, Vietnamese Americans are among the most likely (58 per cent) to ...
24. Asia's Failed States
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... the deepest flaws of human nature.  That applies to Greece and other European problems with financial problems, countries affected by the Arab Spring, and Japan which has had enormous difficulty responding ...
25. Human Rights in Asia
... increased ongoing efforts to bring all religious practice within the control of the state; this included harsh persecution of some religious practitioners. China’s economic strength during the global financial ...
26. Views of Asia's next generation
... educational opportunities than boys, especially in South Asia. Education is important not as an end in itself.  It is the means through which people gain financial access to a better life through employment, ...
27. India's urban squalor
... financial capital, three thousand people had packed into, or on top of, 335 huts.  It was a continual coming-and-going of migrants from all over India -- Hindus mainly, from all manner of castes and subcastes.  ...
28. The Economist on China
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... arguing that over time there will be pressures on China to improve the efficiency of its investment behavior, and that of its financial system. In our view, there are many reasons to be much more concerned.  ...
... declining population in Korea; a highly accentuated ageing of the population with all the financial and economic effects that entails; a failure to mobilize scarce human resources (namely females) to cope ...
30. Korea -- Asia's rising star
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... its full potential and be prepared for risks ahead. Most recently, the great strength of the Korean economy is evident in its excellent track record through the global financial and European sovereign ...
31. China's reform challenges
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... for a market-based economy.  Key here will be lifting the heavy hand of government from state-owned enterprises and the banking sector, internationalizing the financial sector, and fully freeing the movement ...
32. Why did Japan stop growing?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... markets in the US and elsewhere.  Again, like China, a fixed and under-valued exchange rate helped gave Japan a competitive edge.  But financial globalization and the collapse of the fixed exchange rate ...
33. Poverty in India
... capita terms.  In reality, the main cause of its poor performance was its inward-looking, socialist policies. About twenty years ago, a financial crisis provided a trigger for launching reforms, which ...
34. Australia: beware of Asian Century Hype
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... recent times as Europe and the US try to muddle through their financial crises. However, a close reading of Asia's situation suggests that there are many risks in Australia's high dependence on Asia ... ...
35. Asia's uneven development
... conditions that expose them to disease and to high rates of morbidity and mortality. (v)  devise sustainable financial strategies by mobilizing more taxes through tax reforms and improving tax administrations. ...
36. Human security in Asia
... today: (i) economic security.  The global financial crisis and European sovereign debt crisis, which have both hit Asia's exports badly, highlight economic security risks to events caused elsewhere in ...
37. Reassessing Asia's economic miracle
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... Japan was the original miracle economy, with very rapid economic growth that enabled it to almost catch up with the US by the late 1980s. Japan was able to mobilize large investments in human, financial ...
38. Beating global poverty?
... to the effects of food, energy, financial and other crises, or natural disasters. While emerging Asia is leading the developing world in terms of poverty reduction, Japan is sharing the unfortunate trend ...
39. China: recent political developments
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... on the vagaries of international markets. This policy trend came to the fore in the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis when US markets for Chinese-made products declined temporarily.  Factories ...
40. Whither China's economy?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... than ever. The China bears argue that the 2008-2009 stimulus in response to the global financial crisis provoked a property bubble and inflation, created loads of debt (especially for local governments) ...
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