March 25, 2019 | 07:59 PM



In the Asian Century, there's no such thing as success without sacrifice

By 2025, Asia will account for nearly half of world output.


Awaiting a Superstorm Fate Far Worse Than Sandy: Asian Megacities

Emerging market cities are deeply vulnerable to climate change disasters like Sandy.


Swan cuts to save surplus: the experts respond

The Federal Government will make around $16.4 billion in new savings


Timing is everything: making sense of Swan's corporate tax shake-up

One of the more contentious issues in the 2012-13 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) is a tax-timing change.


Fairfax's strategy for 'structural change' does little to shake that sinking feeling

The Fairfax Media AGM took place in Melbourne today against a backdrop of financial meltdown in the company's fortunes.


China Taking Asia Further From Dollar, Even Further From Euro

China has moved closer to its long-term goal for its currency, the renminbi (RMB), to become a global reserve currency.


Punching above our weight: sizing up Australia's economy

Treasurer Wayne Swan recently noted that Australia now has the world?s twelfth largest economy.


China Reports Slower 3Q Economic Growth, But Pickup May Follow

As expected, China's third-quarter GDP growth came in lower than previous quarters, with a 7.4% yearly expansion.


China's Foxconn Weeds Out Underage Interns

Foxconn Technology Group gave itself a sweep of college interns


For China Steelmakers, Situation Worsening

Company's like Baosteel, the nation's largest steel producer, are closing factories.

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