China in Transition
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How to Manage a Managed Float System - Recommending a BBC regime
Watch Out for Economic Overheating - Warning given by Dr. Fan Gang at RIETI
Pearl River Delta to Remain the Engine of the "Workshop of the World" - Factors favoring industrial upgrading firmly in place
The Accelerating Shift of Japanese Direct Investment to China - Competition intensifies between ASEAN and China
Japan Replacing the U.S. as the Chief Recipient of Chinese Students - A perfect opportunity to attract first-rate students from China
The Vitality of China-related Businesses - "China Syndrome" draws to an end as Japan's economy recovers
China's Expanding External Imbalance - Adjusting exchange rates is the most effective corrective measure
The 25th Anniversary of China's Market-oriented Reform - The end of public ownership
Time to Abandon Mercantilism
Is the Chinese Economy Overheating? - Cautious policymakers vs. optimistic economists
Revitalizing the Hong Kong Economy Through the CEPA
- Recommending a "Come on in" strategy
Why ASEAN did not Seek a Stronger Yuan - Apprehensions over the spread of currency appreciation pressures
Privatization of State-owned Enterprises Gathering Pace - Whither Chinese socialism?
On the Second Anniversary of the
China in Transition Column - Bridging the perception gap
between Japan and China
The Complementary Relationship Between Japan and China - An update
Economists Calling for a Stronger Yuan
The Rise of China as a Win-Win
Game for Japan - Immense income transferred from China through
the terms of trade effect
Roppongi Hills as a Model for
Reform - Politicians should learn from the entrepreneurs
Was Japan's Second Quarter GDP
Boosted by SARS?
Behind China's Car Ownership Boom
- Uneven distribution of wealth rather than rising income
Sinocentrism or Paranoia?
"Local Production and Local Sales"
is not the Only "China Business" Model
Is a Weak Yuan Really to Blame
for China's Progress and Japan's Decline?
The Yuan's Appreciation and the
Japanese Economy - Effects similar to the SARS epidemic
Japan's Open-Door Policy - An
Adjusting the Fiscal Relationship
between Central and Local Governments - China gropes for
centralization, while Japan heads toward decentralization
On China Becoming a Major Auto
Power - The need to enhance international competitiveness
Contrasting Banking Reforms in
Japan and China - nationalization vs. privatization
China's Rising Foreign Exchange
Reserves: A symptom of misallocation of funds
China's Confidence in its "New
Thinking on Sino-Japanese Relations"
The Plight of the Hong Kong Economy - SARS is not the only culprit
China's Rich under Fire - Should
their original sin be pardoned?
The Effects of SARS on Asian Economies
The Effect of SARS on the Chinese
Building an All-round Well-off
Society - The Shift from Efficiency to Equity
Why South Korea Does Not Perceive
China to be a Threat
The More FDI, the Better?
Why Japanese Firms are Unpopular
Foreign Exchange Policy Needs
to Change with the Times
How Far is the Yuan from its Purchasing Power Parity?
Japan and China - A Complementary
Relationship that Leads to Business Opportunities
Is Japan's Deflation "Made in
China not Ready to Open its Capital Account
China's Good Deflation, Japan's
The More Foreign Exchange Reserves
The Political Economy of a Stronger
The Illusion that Long Holidays
Help Boost the Economy - The lessons to be learned from the Laffer curve
Dongguan Establishes "Little Japan"
to Woo Japanese Investors
A New Stage in Japan-China Corporate
- When China's Carlos Ghosn comes to Japan
The Dark Side of China's Development:
He Qinglian's The Pitfalls of Modernization
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