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41. Korea -- Asia's rising star
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
Japan's economy has been in a deep funk for two decades.  China is in desperate need of a new economic and political model.  At the same time, Korea keeps going from strength to strength, and is on track ...
... 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)
... regime meant that by the end of the 1970s Japan could no longer rely on an undervalued exchange rate.  Japan also benefited from a very low share of elderly people during this time -- in other words, most ...
44. Poverty in India
Over the past two decades, India has become one of the stars of the world economy thanks to its rapid growth.  At the same time, India will not manage to realize the Millennium Development Goal of reducing ...
45. 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 ... ...
46. 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 ...
47. China's lack of global leadership
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... educated and independent in their thinking.  Regional disparities in such a vast country pose a challenge for maintaining stability.  And infighting in the Communist Party at this time of leadership change ...
48. Innovation Asia
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
Asia has been the most dynamic part of the world economy for some time.  And while it has long been considered a region of copycats, Asia is now becoming a more important player in global innovation. Singapore ...
49. Is China cracking?
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... vulnerability to disunity. All these factors have contributed to democratization pressures in China over the decades.  In recent times, democratic movements have included the Beijing Spring of 1978, ...
50. Russia and the East
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
...  Russia had a presidential election and as expected by many, Vladimir Putin was elected as President of the Russian Federation for the third time in its history. What Russia should expect from him as ...
51. Paul Krugman's blog
(Web Links / Blogs)
52. Floyd Norris's blog
(Web Links / Blogs)
53. New York Times
(Web Links / Media )
54. Financial Times
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55. Globalization
If the truth be known, we have been living globalization for an awefully long time. Humankind started its long march out of Africa and across the globe around 50,000 years ago. Trade routes like the Silk ...
... need government, although big companies try to push government aside in good times.  Economists have always recognized that markets are not perfect.  These market failures can be tackled at the local, ...
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