Getting Out of “Emerging Economy” Status: Korea’s Endgame  Korea’s major exporters have done remarkably well even during the depths of the financial crisis, and especially compared to Japanese firms. This success is attributable to both continuing government export promotion, changes in production techniques, and structural issues at Japanese rivals. Korean firms, however, still face the important challenge of becoming real innovators.

Getting Out of “Emerging Economy” Status: Korea’s Endgame Korea’s major exporters have done remarkably well even during the depths of the financial crisis, and especially compared to Japanese firms. This success is attributable to both continuing government export promotion, changes in production techniques, and structural issues at Japanese rivals. Korean firms, however, still face the important challenge of becoming real innovators.

Rising Protectionism in Emerging Countries    Slowing growth and flagging exports have spurred a return to protectionism worldwide, and this is particularly the case in emerging markets. Some of these include “Buy National” campaigns, increased regulations and FDI controls. Moderating the harm caused by protectionism can come in the form of diplomatic efforts and proactive policies by companies.

Rising Protectionism in Emerging Countries Slowing growth and flagging exports have spurred a return to protectionism worldwide, and this is particularly the case in emerging markets. Some of these include “Buy National” campaigns, increased regulations and FDI controls. Moderating the harm caused by protectionism can come in the form of diplomatic efforts and proactive policies by companies.

New Trends among Young Chinese Consumers    China’s young consumers are the first to grow up amidst prosperity and widespread digital technology and represent a significant change for the world’s second largest economy. Shaped by demographic factors like the one child policy and urbanization, China’s young consumers are embracing individuality and social concerns along with their love for famous brands.

New Trends among Young Chinese Consumers China’s young consumers are the first to grow up amidst prosperity and widespread digital technology and represent a significant change for the world’s second largest economy. Shaped by demographic factors like the one child policy and urbanization, China’s young consumers are embracing individuality and social concerns along with their love for famous brands.

Young Businesses for an Older Generation    Korea’s baby boomers are set to redefine retirement, presenting new opportunities for companies seeking to serve them. Baby boomers will seek new kinds of leisure and healthcare, as well as active relationships with their families and communities. Companies seeking to market anti-aging, travel, and knowledge sharing services can benefit handsomely.

Young Businesses for an Older Generation Korea’s baby boomers are set to redefine retirement, presenting new opportunities for companies seeking to serve them. Baby boomers will seek new kinds of leisure and healthcare, as well as active relationships with their families and communities. Companies seeking to market anti-aging, travel, and knowledge sharing services can benefit handsomely.

Rising Protectionism in Emerging Countries    Slowing growth and flagging exports have spurred a return to protectionism worldwide, and this is particularly the case in emerging markets. Some of these include “Buy National” campaigns, increased regulations and FDI controls. Moderating the harm caused by protectionism can come in the form of diplomatic efforts and proactive policies by companies.

Rising Protectionism in Emerging Countries Slowing growth and flagging exports have spurred a return to protectionism worldwide, and this is particularly the case in emerging markets. Some of these include “Buy National” campaigns, increased regulations and FDI controls. Moderating the harm caused by protectionism can come in the form of diplomatic efforts and proactive policies by companies.

The IT Industry in Northeast Asia: Present and Future    Asia’s IT industry has come a long way from its humble origins. Today, Asia supplies the bulk of the world’s IT products, and continues to evolve. Four major IT suppliers in Asia, including Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan, are each exploring new ways to make themselves more competitive against each other and against IT innovators in the West.

The IT Industry in Northeast Asia: Present and Future Asia’s IT industry has come a long way from its humble origins. Today, Asia supplies the bulk of the world’s IT products, and continues to evolve. Four major IT suppliers in Asia, including Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan, are each exploring new ways to make themselves more competitive against each other and against IT innovators in the West.

The IT Industry in Northeast Asia: Present and Future    Asia’s IT industry has come a long way from its humble origins. Today, Asia supplies the bulk of the world’s IT products, and continues to evolve. Four major IT suppliers in Asia, including Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan, are each exploring new ways to make themselves more competitive against each other and against IT innovators in the West.

The IT Industry in Northeast Asia: Present and Future Asia’s IT industry has come a long way from its humble origins. Today, Asia supplies the bulk of the world’s IT products, and continues to evolve. Four major IT suppliers in Asia, including Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan, are each exploring new ways to make themselves more competitive against each other and against IT innovators in the West.

China’s Local Government Debt Crisis    Though China is one of the world’s largest creditor nations, its local governments have accumulated worrisome amounts of debt. Tax system changes and the global financial crisis have spurred excessive borrowing, while state owned enterprises have squeezed out the private sector. China will need to take measures to ensure that its local government debt does not become a liability for its still booming economy.

China’s Local Government Debt Crisis Though China is one of the world’s largest creditor nations, its local governments have accumulated worrisome amounts of debt. Tax system changes and the global financial crisis have spurred excessive borrowing, while state owned enterprises have squeezed out the private sector. China will need to take measures to ensure that its local government debt does not become a liability for its still booming economy.

Japan’s “Lost Two Decades” and “Fiscal Crisis”

Japan’s “Lost Two Decades” and “Fiscal Crisis”

Rising Protectionism in Emerging Countries    Slowing growth and flagging exports have spurred a return to protectionism worldwide, and this is particularly the case in emerging markets. Some of these include “Buy National” campaigns, increased regulations and FDI controls. Moderating the harm caused by protectionism can come in the form of diplomatic efforts and proactive policies by companies.

Rising Protectionism in Emerging Countries Slowing growth and flagging exports have spurred a return to protectionism worldwide, and this is particularly the case in emerging markets. Some of these include “Buy National” campaigns, increased regulations and FDI controls. Moderating the harm caused by protectionism can come in the form of diplomatic efforts and proactive policies by companies.

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