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Sheridan Prasso: It's not a bleak picture.
View of the Singapore skyline showing the Central Business District from the Esplanade bridge on November 15, 2011.
Chandran Nair notes the irony of Asians' being expected to consume more but reduce emissions at the same time.
World Bank President Robert Zoellick discusses the Chinese economy.
A massive wave of Chinese investment comes to New York.
Why the U.S. fears Chinese telecom on our shores
Chinese direct investments mutually benefit small U.S. companies.
Speaking at the launch of an Asia Society paper, Gary Locke, nominated to be the next Ambassador to China, warned that China has been "narrowing its commercial environment" to U.S investors.
Cross-border mergers and acquisitions are the way forward for Korean businesses, says Samjong KPMG's Chairman.
Australia's Ambassador to China foresees a long interdependent relationship between the two countries.
Speaking from experience, Nina Godiwalla offers a blunt take on earning a place on Wall Street.
Veteran official deplores absence of engagement with one of Australia's largest neighbors.
Randel Carlock outlines what family businesses provide a society that ordinary companies don't.
Hyun emphasizes "knowledge, sensitivity, and interpersonal astuteness" overcome diversity challenges in the workplace.
Pranab Bardhan spoke to myths surrounding the rise of two fast-emerging powers at an Asia Society luncheon.
In his new book, the author applies Dharma to the worlds of politics and business.
An editorial in the Daily Yomiuri titled, "Time to capitalize on 'Cool Japan' boom" criticizes the Japanese government's failure to turn Japan's popularity overseas into economic growth.
The 2010 Shanghai Expo has probably been attended by more people than any event in human history.