Monthly Archives: July 2016

Asian Development Outlook 2016: Highlights

Growth is slowing in many developing countries in Asia as a result of the continued weak recovery in major industrial economies and softer growth prospects for the People’s Republic of China. Developing Asia is projected to grow at 5.7% in … Continue reading

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$5 Trillion Meltdown: What If China Shuts Down the South China Sea?

Anthony Fensom July 16, 2016 China has fired off a music video, editorials and plenty of other propaganda, along with a few volleys from PLA Navy ships, in response to the international court ruling on the South China Sea, which … Continue reading

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World Is Watching, Government Told After UN Meeting

BY GEORGE WRIGHT | JULY 6, 2016 Following global condemnation of the Cambodian government at the U.N. Human Rights Council last week, rights groups sent a message to the ruling party on Tuesday that the world would not “turn a … Continue reading

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