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21. 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 ...
22. Whither China's economy?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... and that the government won't be able to pump the economy up again in response to the weakening of European export markets. Then there are the bulls who argue that the Chinese government still has plenty ...
23. Youth and development in Asia
... with an expansion in opportunities has come an increase in challenges which youth from the Asia-Pacific face.  The large size of the generation is creating great pressures on labor markets to productively ...
24. Gender equality and development
... Yes indeed! First, trade openness, and the diffusion of new information and communications technologies have translated into more jobs and stronger connections to markets for women, increasing their ...
... television sets, mobile phones, and automobiles.  China has now overtaken the US as the world's largest automobile market, while China and India are now the world's first and second largest markets for ...
26. Breaking time for the BRICs?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... book, "The Growth Map", he has shifted focus to what he calls the "growth markets", which includes the four BRICs and Indonesia, Mexico, Korea and Turkey. What to make of all of this?     Many ...
27. Competing with China?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... is now emerging as a competitor for English language training. So the main challenge for Australia is remaining competitive as a supplier to Chinese markets, rather than competing with China.  And being ...
28. Is China's economy in the balance?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... inputs are distorted, yet what is being manufactured is exceptionally competitive in global markets. Income inequality has been deteriorating sharply over the past several decades yet some 500 million ...
29. Asia and Europe
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... values are also reflected in the economy – in the free flow of ideas, of capital, of commerce, in open markets, both at home and abroad. Like all systems and orders, Europe and the US are now going through ...
... the euro zone descended into turmoil.  At first, the case of Greece seemed trivial -- it is after all a tiny economy.  But euro governments bumbled in their response, and markets progressively focussed ...
31. Inequality just keeps on rising
... The labour markets of all countries have gone through profound transformations driven by globalisation, technological changes and policy reforms. For example, technological progress has clearly been a ...
... the Chinese market despite faring better on cost competitiveness factor. While China is one of the fastest growing drug markets with an expected value of $50 billion, India’s advantage in the pharmaceutical ...
... of these markets and to attract FDI, reducing China edge as an economic competitor and avoiding marginalisation in relation to regional powerhouses. Attempts  to include Australia, New Zealand, and India ...
34. Rise of Global Latinas
... aggressive strategies to expand their activities to the US, Europe and other emerging markets in Asia and Africa. Vale, Brazil’s leading mining company, has subsidiaries in Gabon, Mozambique, Angola and ...
35. China's rebalancing imperative
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... the reduction in demand for their exports to Western markets. In response to the crisis-induced sudden drop in exports, China stoked up its economy with fiscal and monetary expansion.  While this inflated ...
36. Innovating out of crisis
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... stage.  Following decades of export-driven growth focused on the US and EU markets, these countries are now faced with “rebalancing growth” towards regional and domestic demand, for which innovation capacities ...
37. Global education in Japan
... the multinational enterprise which generally chose to produce goods close to where it sold them, by locating subsidiaries or business units in targeted specific foreign markets.  By contrast, the GIE organizes ...
38. Thought leadership for Australia
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... on those employed by Singapore and Korea.  He argues that this fund "could acquire stakes in individual companies to increase our exposure to the newly growing emerging markets and economies to reinforce ...
39. Trans Pacific Partnership
(Panorama/International Trade)
... the broader approach of the TPP is necessary for opening markets and improving the ease of doing business. It is also important to have the whole Asia-Pacific supply chain involved in a regional trade ...
40. Italy Is Not Game Over
... for  real reforms to take place as soon as possible. True, Italy is under deep and close scrutiny from international markets – and that is just right. Yet, it would be a mistake to consider the country ...
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