In the future, many Asian economies may not accumulate huge trade surpluses or foreign financial assets as quickly as now.
The revived Trans-Pacific Partnership retains significant potential for economic gains among its now 11 members, although the impacts will vary across countries.
Amid uncertainty over the evolution of the PRC-US trade dispute, markets in the region are taking a wait-and-see stance.
Social media is a potential game-changer for online sales in Southeast Asia’s nascent e-commerce market.
As the People’s Republic of China is fast becoming a haven for all sorts of tech entrepreneurs, many of these need help from incubators such as Legend Star.
Regional cooperation and integration (RCI) has played an important role in Asia’s growth and development, and will have to play a role in managing the consequences of this ascendancy going forward.
To deliver inclusive growth, we need more companies with inclusive business models that provide solutions for the job and service delivery problems of the poor.
South Asia-Southeast Asia integration is no longer a pipe dream and with national and regional policy attention, it can become a reality.
The country needs a more dynamic and innovative private sector, fueled by home-grown entrepreneurship.
Trade services are a viable alternative to keep low-skilled workers out of poverty in middle-income countries.