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As commentator Cherian George has said: “The legacy passed down to today’s Singaporeans isn’t one of random opportunism…There is nothing accidental about it.” Singapore’s first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew, took charge of the city-state, transformed and drove it forward in the span of just a few decades. This week Matthews Asia pays tribute to this “giant of history.”
Chinese officials are cracking down on a prevalence of counterfeit goods sold in the country. But is it enough?
Chinese firms are grappling with ways to resonate with its more savvy new generation of consumers.
Many Asian households are dependent on debt. Malaysia has been working to reshape its economy while addressing the risk of high household debt levels. Asia Weekly examines this issue.
For investors with long-term horizons, the establishment of China’s over the counter (OTC) market last year should have a more profound impact on the country’s economy and financial structure than would a notable IPO, or a record-setting market performance. The OTC market allows for shares of non-public companies to be traded.
Does the rising U.S. dollar, the price of oil, Greece, the U.S. Federal Reserve, China’s growth rate and India’s political landscape concern you? It is likely time to take a breath.
It seems that America, and American investors, are embracing India like never before. President Barack Obama was the chief guest at India’s recent republic day celebrations. The trip was the first such visit by a U.S. president, and an honor that India has typically bestowed on traditional allies.
On a recent trip back to Tokyo, I bumped into a friend in her office building while on my way to a meeting. “I finally got a spot for my son in a day care near my home!” she exclaimed, smiling and showing great relief. During our brief exchange, the update about her toddler was her biggest news.
Last month, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) won a landslide victory in a key Lower House election, securing four more years with which to push forward their reform agenda.
What can Sri Lanka investors expect from the country’s surprise presidential transition?