Business Now Issue 1 2016

Published: February 2016

In the first issue of the year, Business Now offers two stories looking at the RMB – one examining what the RMB joining the IMF’s basket of currencies means for China, and one looking at the wild ride the RMB has taken so far in 2016. Further into the issue, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Tami Overby shares her war stories of talking IPR with Korean officials in the 1990s and why TPP is so essential to the future of US economic relations in Asia. Other stories of note: a doctor's take on air pollution in China and Dan Harris of the China Law Blog reviews Unmade in China.

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Who doesn’t love money? In the first issue of the year, Business Now offers two stories looking at the RMB – one examining what the RMB joining the IMF’s basket of currencies means for China, and one looking at the wild ride the RMB has taken so far in 2016. Further into the issue, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Tami Overby shares her war stories of talking IPR with Korean officials in the 1990s and why TPP is so essential to the future of US economic relations in Asia. Other stories of note: a doctor's take on air pollution in China and Dan Harris of the China Law Blog reviews Unmade in China.


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