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How Borders Will Behave in the Post-Pandemic World?

During the heydays of globalization, the prospects for economic growth and political accommodation were bright enough to vouch for the possibility that borders will...
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China Should Beware of Systematic “Weakening” in Its Private Economy

Since China's reform and opening-up which took place over 40 years ago, its private economy has grown from scratch and has gradually become an...
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Can the Broken Informal Sector of India Be Ever Fixed?

Throughout the world, COVID-19 has emerged as more than a health problem. It has also created devastating social, economic and other crises that are...

RCEP Trade Agreement: Where We Are Now and What Is India Seeking?

RCEP – Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – is a free trade agreement in the Indo-Pacific Region between Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN)...

What’s Next for Cambodia After the Dual Impact by COVID-19 and EBA Withdrawal?

Back in April, Cambodia could reasonably claim COVID-19 success as no new cases were confirmed for more than a month. The country's last COVID-19...
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The Impact of Covid-19 on Punjab’s Economy

The lack of vision of Punjab policymakers, & New Delhi’s tendency to view the state from the lens of security has resulted in serious socioeconomic problems.
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Will New Coronavirus Cases Derail Vietnam’s Economy?

Vietnam has reported a dozen new cases after reporting no community transmission for more than 100 days and these new cases were mainly from...
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Germany’s “Change Through Trade” Fallacy With China

Germany’s Economy Minister Peter Altmaier confirmed last week what many pundits suspected: German officials still firmly believe Beijing will make progressive reforms if Europe...

Global Banks Share Responsibility for Cambodia’s Microfinance Disaster

Cambodia’s microfinance loans are a slow-motion car crash with millions of victims, for which the world’s banks share responsibility. The Cambodian League for the Promotion...