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The innovations of the U.S. tech sector are justly acclaimed, but China is racing ahead in the rapidly developing fintech sector, with India poised to follow, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
In his book 'Dealing with China,' Henry M. Paulson, former Treasury Secretary and Goldman Sachs head, examines the country that has “emerged as our biggest, most formidable economic competitor since[…]
The U.S. and China face many similar challenges and needs. These commonalities could deepen the bond between the two nations, notes Wharton’s Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
In this opinion piece, Stephen Groff, the Asian Development Bank's vice president for East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific, argues that regional cooperation is the best way forward.
In this opinion piece, Malcolm Cook, a senior fellow at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore, explores -- and explodes -- three myths about the ASEAN countries’ relationships with China,[…]
John Lee, author of 'Will China Fail?,' believes that the ASEAN countries -- with a couple of exceptions -- could move closer to the U.S. to counter Chinese influence.
China’s slowing economy is battling falling exports, looming job layoffs and a potential real estate bubble. What steps can the government take?
Double-digit growth in China bolstered the ASEAN economies for more than two decades, but the party days could be over.
Offshoring, reshoring, nearshoring -- manufacturing around the world is undergoing some seismic location shifts, and for reasons that may surprise you.
Amid China’s economic slowdown, one industry is doing well: filmmaking. China is ambitiously expanding its reach to moviegoers at home and boosting its Hollywood holdings.
China is weighing whether to simply loosen capital controls or to make the yuan a fully convertible currency. The risk of too much devaluation and capital flight hang in the[…]