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How China’S Ageing Population Will Impact On The Rest Of Us, Singapore Management University Jul 2019

How China’S Ageing Population Will Impact On The Rest Of Us, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

The world’s second largest economy is getting old before it gets rich


Stock Recommendations In China: Buyer Beware, Singapore Management University Jan 2019

Stock Recommendations In China: Buyer Beware, Singapore Management University

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Research analysts have incentives to issue positive recommendations; social ties with fund managers exert considerable influence


U.S. Economic Outlook For The Rest Of 2018, Singapore Management University Oct 2018

U.S. Economic Outlook For The Rest Of 2018, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

Fed rates to inch up as GDP grows but China-U.S. trade war is a major worry


Belt Road Initiative: A Chinese Future, Singapore Management University May 2018

Belt Road Initiative: A Chinese Future, Singapore Management University

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Despite concerns over debt and geopolitics, Asian countries should embrace a Sino-centric economic future

In a speech at the 52nd Munich Security Conference in 2016, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Fu Ying opened by saying:

“China has been asked frequently: are you challenging the US as leader of the world order? Or, are you making a parallel order? The answer is: of course not, we are part of the international order.”


The Indian Diaspora, Culture, And Foreign Policy, Singapore Management University Mar 2018

The Indian Diaspora, Culture, And Foreign Policy, Singapore Management University

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Indians living overseas can be a bridge to a rapidly changing world

In the United Nations “International Migration Report 2015”, India had the largest diaspora population in the world with 16 million individuals born in the country but living outside of it. It’s a 100 percent increase from the 8 million in 2000, with an increasing number making their way to the United States where Indians make up the second largest immigrant group after Mexicans.


The Global Economic Outlook In 2018, Singapore Management University Feb 2018

The Global Economic Outlook In 2018, Singapore Management University

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Oil prices will not reach US$120, more U.S. Fed rate hikes expected, and Brexit’s fallout to remain largely within Europe


Spotlight On Venture In Israel And China, Singapore Management University Jan 2018

Spotlight On Venture In Israel And China, Singapore Management University

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Israel has always been dubbed the “Startup Nation”. With 140 scientists, technicians, and engineers per 10,000 employees, it boasts the highest number of scientists and technology professionals per capita in the world. More than 250 multinational corporations, including Google, Apple and Microsoft, have R&D or innovation centers in the country.


China And India In 2018, Singapore Management University Jan 2018

China And India In 2018, Singapore Management University

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The Economist Intelligence Unit predicts different trajectories for the world’s two most populous countries.


Cooperation Is Key To Building China’S Bay Area, Singapore Management University Aug 2017

Cooperation Is Key To Building China’S Bay Area, Singapore Management University

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Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is expected to surpass the Tokyo Bay Area or San Francisco Bay Area in ten years, if the cities in the region can leverage their strengths, streamline their coordination mechanism and speed up the economy integration,” said Dr. Tse Kwok-leung, who currently serves as head of Economics and Policy Research at the Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited. Dr. Tse was speaking at a seminar themed “How to Build a World-class Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area” organized by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce in July 2017.


China’S Pearl River Delta Development: A Game Changer For Hong Kong, Singapore Management University Jun 2017

China’S Pearl River Delta Development: A Game Changer For Hong Kong, Singapore Management University

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“Hong Kong government has to think out of the box and take initiative to lead Hong Kong to break the bottle neck in economy development,” said Dr. Fang Zhou, Research Director of One Country Two Systems Research Institute (OCTSRI), a non-government public policy think tank in Hong Kong, at a seminar organized by Lau Chor Tak Institute of Global Economics and Finance at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in November 2016.


Asean In 2025, Singapore Management University Jun 2017

Asean In 2025, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

Will ASEAN ever progress beyond being a forum to discuss, and sometimes settle, differences?


Trump And Asia, Singapore Management University May 2017

Trump And Asia, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

The American president is off to an uncertain start in his first 100 days in office but his administration could yet develop a coherent foreign policy


A Tale Of Two Cities: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2016, Singapore Management University Mar 2017

A Tale Of Two Cities: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2016, Singapore Management University

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In recent years, Hong Kong and Shenzhen have experienced an explosive growth in the start-up support ecosystem.


The Next Wave Of Globalisation, Singapore Management University Nov 2015

The Next Wave Of Globalisation, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

As consumption patterns shift away from OECD countries to the developing world, businesses need to leverage on technology to overcome last-mile delivery obstacles


Peru: Open For Business, Singapore Management University Oct 2015

Peru: Open For Business, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

South America’s third-largest economy seeks to capitalise on growing global trade


Europe: Ready To Rebound, Singapore Management University Oct 2015

Europe: Ready To Rebound, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

Increasing trade, investment, and immigrant integration are keys to Europe’s economic vitality


The Pains Of Economic Reforms In China And Japan, Singapore Management University Jul 2014

The Pains Of Economic Reforms In China And Japan, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

Asia’s two biggest economies face up to their most difficult challenges


The World Economy In 2014, Singapore Management University May 2014

The World Economy In 2014, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

The U.S., European Union, and China have their own battles to fight


‘Educating Indonesia’ And The Minister Who’S Making It Happen, Singapore Management University Feb 2013

‘Educating Indonesia’ And The Minister Who’S Making It Happen, Singapore Management University

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Energy and optimism were highlights of the recent speech given by Indonesia’s Trade Minister Gita Wirjawan during the SMU Presidential Distinguished Lecturer Series. While the optimism may be rooted deeply in the potential of Indonesia’s current demographic — more than 30 percent of its population is aged between 19 and 24, and more than 50 percent is under 29, making it one of the youngest productive populations in the world — its economic success story is fact, reflected in its G-20 membership, where it is the second fastest growing economy.Yet much remains to be done to unleash the full ...


Are Us Economic Variables Useful For Chinese Stock Market Forecasts?, Singapore Management University Jun 2012

Are Us Economic Variables Useful For Chinese Stock Market Forecasts?, Singapore Management University

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How does the US economy affect China’s? While much had been written about the decoupling between developed and the emerging economies, one scholar has put forward a contrarian view.


Beneath And Beyond The Chinese Miracle, Singapore Management University Dec 2011

Beneath And Beyond The Chinese Miracle, Singapore Management University

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China’s rapid economic progress from an impoverished communist state to the world’s second largest economy within just three decades has enthralled many economists. That the country shifted from the classical centrally-planned command economy to one espousing free market practices while maintaining communist rule, has all given rise to this question: What exactly is the China model? Is it the hybrid of innovative state ownership and tight political control? Or is the rapid growth the result of liberal economic and political reforms?


Watching The Clock: Challenges For The World's Fastest Growing Economies, Singapore Management University Oct 2011

Watching The Clock: Challenges For The World's Fastest Growing Economies, Singapore Management University

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Double-digit economic growths that are set to propel it to the second biggest economy in the world, overtaking Japan, has made people see China’s rise as remarkable. So confident are the pundits that they have dubbed this to be an “Asian century” and many more are urging for the world to learn Chinese in anticipation of a new world order. But, to renowned historian Wang Gungwu, this fast-paced growth associated with China is not something that is peculiar to the Asian giant only.