Monthly Archives: July 2017

Chuyên gia cảnh báo ASEAN về các khoản đầu tư của Trung Quốc

(VIETNAM+) 13/07/2017 09:27 GMT+7Bản in Cựu Đại sứ Ấn Độ tại Liên hợp quốc Hardeep Singh Puri. (Nguồn:   The Philippine Star​, các nước thành viên Hiệp hội các quốc gia Đông Nam Á (ASEAN), đặc biệt là Philippines, cần … Continue reading

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Thailand’s barren agriculture and services industries key to growth

18 July 2017 Author: Deunden Nikomborirak, Thailand Development Research Institute Thailand’s economic performance during the past decade has been lackluster with GDP growth in 2015 averaging only 2.93 per cent, compared to the broader ASEAN region’s 5.33 per cent. The … Continue reading

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Japanese stock market has wind at its back

The rally in Japanese stocks in recent months is likely to continue, supported by an encouraging earnings outlook, low valuations and the ongoing ultra-easy monetary policy, we believe. We looked at how Japanese equity performance and valuation have trended since … Continue reading

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Why isn’t Thailand’s middle class fond of democracy? — East Asia Forum

Author: Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Kyoto University The growth of the middle class and civil society plays a pivotal role in the promotion of democracy. They closely monitor a government’s performance and its commitment to good governance. The middle class also demands … Continue reading

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Châu Âu – mối nguy hiểm ngay từ trung tâm

25 Tháng 7 2017 09:28 Châu Âu đang vướng vào một cuộc khủng hoảng kinh tế, một mặt do cấu trúc của Liên minh châu Âu (EU), mặt khác do bản chất của chủ nghĩa tư bản gây ra. Tin … Continue reading

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EU–China relations in the Trump era

22 July 2017 Author: Silvia Menegazzi, LUISS Guido Carli University In a period in which multilateralism seems under threat, EU–China relations have never appeared as highly strategic as they are today. To some extent, the EU–China partnership might have the … Continue reading

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The China factor in global governance

17 July 2017 Author: Katherine Morton, University of Sheffield The transition towards a more pluralistic form of global governance that is inclusive of emerging powers remains fraught with tensions. Whether the existing global framework of rules and institutions can adapt … Continue reading

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