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41. Burma: some Nobel thoughts
... political and economic growth that is balanced and sustainable. The potential of our country is enormous. This should be nurtured and developed to create not just a more prosperous but also a more harmonious, ...
42. World Economy in Grave Danger
The world economy is in grave danger -- this is the main message from this week's Economist magazine.  And there is nothing I heard during the first day of the 2012 edition of the Conference of Montreal ...
43. Views of Asia's next generation
... A generation born from 1978 to the early 1990.  This is Asia's Generation Y or Millennial generation.  They are almost 1.5 billion in number. The parents of today's young Asians knew hunger and revolution.  ...
44. China: is “state capitalism” in crisis?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
In this week's invited contribution, Emanuele Schibotto* asks if China's "state capitalism" is in crisis. In 2010, Ian Bremmer's book,  The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War Between States and ...
45. India's urban squalor
... that you read this very human story set amidst the poverty and prosperity of rapidly changing India.  For the moment, here are a number of extracts which give us some insights into life in the Mumbai slum ...
46. India's paradoxes
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... and incompetent government, and with 80% of its population living on less than $2 a day. How can we understand this country? India demonstrated its technological prowess in April this year when it ...
47. State capitalism
... capitalism is China, but Russia and some Gulf States are also active.  There is a long history of state capitalism.  Rising powers have always used the state to kick-start economic growth or at least ...
48. The Economist on China
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... Spending on plant, machinery, buildings and infrastructure accounted for about half of China's GDP in 2011.  But too much of this investment is undertaken by state-owned enterprises (SOEs) which benefit ...
49. China's urbanization
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
The largest migration in world history is now taking place -- from Chinese rural to urban areas.  China's urban population has jumped from about 10% of total in 1949 to about 50% today.  By the year 2030, ...
... opportunities for women still lag behind those for men. The Economist Intelligence Unit's women's economic opportunity index makes a good attempt at measuring this.  In particular, it shows that Asia, ...
51. Globalization
... Road were carved around the global. And beliefs and ideas like Buddhism, Christianity and Islam spread to all four corners of the planet... Read more  ...
... economic growth of 7 per cent for 25 years or longer in the post World War II period (at this pace, an economy doubles in size every decade)... Read more  ...
53. Culture
... say will change them". True, cultural diversity is deep.  It is the product of the first great divergence in the history of humankind... Read more  ...
If there is one constant in the history of the world, it is change.  If there is one constant challenge in the history of the world, it is resistance to change. In the face of the forces of change, we ...
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