Blog/East Asia

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Political Scandals in South Korea Spark Demand for Resignations

Political scandal have rocked South Korea with essentially the same influence peddling that the Clintons do. However, instead of praising their president as [...]

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Taiwan v China: Is it Time for Confrontation?

The tension between China and Taiwan has been going on for decades. Historically, the Republic of China was a state established in East Asia from 1912 to 1949 on [...]

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China’s Reserves & the Flight of Money

All we have been hearing are claims that if China sends the dollar flooding back to America, the dollar will become worthless and hundreds of businesses will go [...]

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China Corporate Defaults: Good, Bad, or just Ugly?

A fertilizer producer in north China defaulted on bond payments, which is a positive aspect as the state governments are not so eager to bail out failed companies. [...]

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India Joining Cashless Society – Pulling the Plug on Govt.

COMMENT: it is just chaos by politicians destroying the future. cashless society …how did u see this just amazing.I never thought it is coming to india as [...]

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China’s Deserts Expanding

According to statistics released by the State Forestry Administration, China has 2.6 million square km of desert that accounts for 27 percent of the country’s [...]

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Moody’s Lowers Credit Rating of China to Negative from Stable

Moody’s lowered its outlook on China’s credit rating stable to negative. We have been warning that our models on China indicate that the bottom in the [...]

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China to Impose Fee on Cancelled Orders

China is taking a unique approach to regulating markets. They are looking to impose a tax or fee per order to prevent traders from flooding exchanges with orders [...]

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China Shuts Down FOREX at Foreign Banks to Try to Stop Dollar Rise

China has suspended FOREX business at three main foreign banks for the first quarter of 2016 in an effort to curb the outflow of capital into the rising dollar. [...]

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China to Stimulate by Cutting Taxes

China is demonstrating that it is more practical than anyone else in the industrialized world. They have announced that they will “reasonably” set [...]

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