With thousands of unemployed graduates, the Singapore government plans to cap campus enrolment.
Although British Prime Minister David Cameron gave Chinese president Xi Jinping an autographed jersey of the England football team at the start of his visit, what some Chinese really want are the embroidered robes, sculptures and other treasures that the British looted from China some 150 years ago.
No answer to the future of Asian finance can be complete without some understanding of where the future of global finance is going. Even more important, can we predict the future of the Asian real sector?
Last month, the Chinese government introduced an exception to its one-child policy in a move heralded as a significant relaxation of the policy.
CNN's news anchor described Tuesday's turn of events in the Bangkok protest as “bizarre,” after the channel's American reporter in the Thai capital had explained how the confrontation had unexpectedly transformed into a scene of hugs and handshakes.
Japanese investment bank Nomura has declared that the global financial crisis is finally over, announcing: “The end of the end of the world” is here.
“Please help me,” implored the woman, sitting at the roadside.
When Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban met on Sunday for half an hour, the dialogue was brokered by the military. Present at the table were Thailand's army, navy and air force chiefs.
Thailand's economic outlook for 2014 could be dismal. The degree is difficult to gauge right now, but the pain could be as bad as what we experienced in 2009.
Too often are standard arguments repeated at international conferences, particularly those of a regional strategic nature, regardless of whether those arguments are true or correct.