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Myanmar's road to growth: Will rich and poor share the prosperity of the country's new dawn?

Myanmar sits between the two giant siblings of Asia – India and China – but its economy is a long way behind.

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Myanmar's road to growth: Will rich and poor share the prosperity of the country's new dawn?

Singapore ranks third in the world for proportion of millionaire households

Millionaire households in Singapore formed 10 per cent of the population here in 2013, down from 17.1 per cent in 2012.

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Singapore ranks third in the world for proportion of millionaire households

Risks to economic recovery still remain: analysts

An unstable economic recovery in the Asia-Pacific region requires APEC member economies to implement structural reforms despite the strengthening of industrial production, higher growth forecasts and the commitment by G20 members to ensure that monetary …

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Risks to economic recovery still remain: analysts

Asia Foundation Anniversary Highlights Critical Issues Facing Asia: Poverty, Inequality, Dysfunctional Governance, and …

Asia Foundation Anniversary Highlights Critical Issues Facing Asia: Poverty, Inequality, Dysfunctional Governance, and …

To mark its 60th anniversary, The Asia Foundation today announced a year-long global campaign focused on critical issues affecting Asia in the 21st century. The announcement was made by President David D.

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Asia weakest against business fraud, Malaysian firms ready to cut corners

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 27 – Asia is more vulnerable to corporate fraud than any other region, according to a poll on corruption that also perceived Malaysian firms as the most likely to take shortcuts…

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China’s slowdown forces Asia to rebalance – Lee Jong-Wha

Rapid economic growth in China undoubtedly benefits the rest of Asia. Indeed, strong Chinese demand has supported its trading partners’ export-led growth for much of the past three decades. But now, faced with a slowdown in China and significant downside risks there, the rest of Asia must abandon over-reliance on export-oriented development…

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China’s slowdown forces Asia to rebalance – Lee Jong-Wha