New Measures to Douse China’s Housing Frenzy
Economy,Society,China
By Zhihua Zhou - 04 Nov 2016

New Measures to Douse China’s Housing Frenzy

Several factors underpin the latest housing boom in China. The central government’s de-stocking strategy is a big contributor. The easy monetary and cheap credit environment has boosted the development of the capital-intensive real estate industry. The declining supply and the rising price of land have pushed up housing prices in the high-tier cities.
China P2P Lending Under Scrutiny
Economy,China

By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 02 Nov 2016

China P2P Lending Under Scrutiny

India-UK Economic Relations and Impact of Brexit
Economy,South Asia

By Rashmi Singh - 25 Oct 2016

India-UK Economic Relations and Impact of Brexit

The 8th BRICS Summit at Goa, India
Economy,Security

The 8th BRICS Summit at Goa, India

The Goa Declaration that was issued at the conclusion of the 8th BRICS summit “strongly condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations” — including the “recent attacks against some BRICS countries” — and also pledged that the BRICS nations would work with the G20 to promote “robust and sustainable trade and investment to propel global growth.”  
The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Scheme
Economy,China

The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Scheme

The China Securities Regulatory Commission and the Securities and Futures Commission have approved the establishment of mutual stock market access between Shenzhen and Hong Kong, known as the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect scheme.
By Jing Wan - 17 Oct 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Cambodia Joins the “Belt and Road”
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

Cambodia Joins the “Belt and Road”

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Cambodia in mid-October 2016 marked Cambodia’s entry into the growing group of nations participating in China’s “Belt and Road” initiative. President Xi pledged Chinese investment for infrastructure projects including a high-speed railway and a new airport in Siem Reap.
China’s Property Bubble: What Should Be Done?
Economy,China

China’s Property Bubble: What Should Be Done?

The most alarming sign of a Chinese property bubble is the accelerated price movement in recent months. A more than 30 percent year to year price rally across a number of big cities and the sharp increase in mortgage lending have heightened concern that the property bubble is being reinflated.
Japan’s Yield Curve Control: Revival of an Old Idea
Economy,East Asia

Japan’s Yield Curve Control: Revival of an Old Idea

Although the Bank of Japan recently announced the plan of “yield curve control,” it has been buying longer government bonds to push their rates down since 2012. The BOJ is only changing the policy target from the quantity of bonds to the price of the bonds. In particular, it aims to keep the 10-year bond yield at around zero.
Colombia Rejects Peace Deal: Chinese Investments in Doubt?
Economy,Society

Colombia Rejects Peace Deal: Chinese Investments in Doubt?

The peace deal between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia had proposed “reforms aimed at bringing the rebels into the political system, addressing drug trafficking through crop substitution and allowing for reduced prison sentences for rebels who lay down their arms.”  
Modi’s “Make in India” Faces Tough Challenges
Economy,South Asia

Modi’s “Make in India” Faces Tough Challenges

The primary goal of “Make in India” is to make India a global manufacturing hub. Manufacturing currently occupies a 16 percent share of India’s GDP but the government hopes to raise it to 25 percent by 2025.
One Belt One Road and China-ASEAN Economic Cooperation
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

One Belt One Road and China-ASEAN Economic Cooperation

At the 13th China-ASEAN Expo and China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit, Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli said that China will support the building of ASEAN Community, ASEAN’s central role in regional cooperation, and ASEAN to play a greater role in international and regional affairs.
By Hong Zhao - 27 Sep 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Dialogue and Water Cooperation in the Brahmaputra River Basin
Economy,Security,South Asia

Dialogue and Water Cooperation in the Brahmaputra River Basin

The key challenge in the Brahmaputra River Basin is the rising suspicion and distrust, and the lack of open communications between the countries. Negotiations that have happened so far are essentially bilateral and confidential with no public participation.
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