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Business Now Issue 2 2016

Published: May 2016

Business Now zooms out to look at the broader Asia-Pacific region. Regional experts give their take on US-Asia relations with respect to security, trade, investment and finance, including an article by Evan Feigenbaum of the Paulson Institute and an interview with Catherine Simmons, Citibank’s Head of Government Affairs for Asia Pacific. In this issue’s in-depth interview, Jose Garza of Boeing talks about the piece of advice he got at the start of the career that helped catapult him into global leadership. Columns from members this issue touch on a wide range of topics, from the Five-Year Plan to HR to venture capital.


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Indonesia Policy Monitor: May 2016

Published: May 2016

Indonesia presents a host of challenges that can impede the ability of foreign business players from operating at full stride. Among these challenges, the multiple and often overlapping layers of policy making and regulations makes for a complicated operating environment. Cascade Asia developed the Indonesia Policy Monitor as a complementary service to help foreign companies monitor newly passed and pending legislation and regulations.


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Asia Light Manufacturing Outlook: May 2016

Published: May 2016

The May 2016 issue of the Asia Light Manufacturing Outlook report is a 5 page executive-ready assessment and outlook designed to help companies anticipate labor risks and dynamics across key manufacturing countries in Asia. Countries of coverage include Cambodia, China, Indonesia and Vietnam. This monthly outlook includes labor issues and events on the horizon, inclusive of inflation and currency forecasts.


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DPRK Business Monthly: April 2016

Published: April 2016

This regular publication looks at current international, domestic, and peninsular affairs concerning North Korea while also offering commentary and tourism information on the country.


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EURObiz - March/ April 2016

Published: April 2016

The Chinese Government understands that in order to ensure continued economic growth and raise living standards its economy must ascend the value chain, so it came as no surprise when the State Council announced the Made in China 2025 (MiC2025) initiative during the first half of 2015. As part of a larger, three-step plan that will run until 2049, the initiative aims to expand the manufacturing sector’s capacity to innovate, fully integrate IT into industrial processes, build quality brands and strengthen links with the international advanced manufacturing industry. This issue of EURObiz explores the initiative in detail and identifies potential opportunities for EU companies operating in China.


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Asia Light Manufacturing Outlook: April 2016

Published: April 2016

The April 2016 issue of the Asia Light Manufacturing Outlook report is a 4 page executive-ready assessment and outlook designed to help companies anticipate labor risks and dynamics across key manufacturing countries in Asia. Countries of coverage include Cambodia, China, Indonesia and Vietnam. This monthly outlook includes labor issues and events on the horizon, inclusive of inflation and currency forecasts.


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Asia Light Manufacturing Outlook: March 2016

Published: March 2016

The March 2016 Issue of the Asia Light Manufacturing Outlook report is a 4-5 page executive-ready assessment and outlook designed to help companies anticipate labor risks and dynamics across key manufacturing countries in Asia. Countries of coverage include Cambodia, China, Indonesia and Vietnam. This monthly outlook includes labor issues and events on the horizon, inclusive of inflation and currency forecasts.


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DPRK Business Monthly: February 2016

Published: February 2016

This regular publication looks at current international, domestic, and peninsular affairs concerning North Korea while also offering commentary and tourism information on the country.


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EURObiz - January/ February 2016

Published: February 2016

China’s environmental issues have been well documented over recent years, particularly with regard to its air quality issues. China’s commitment during the COP21 in Paris last year, to peak CO2 emissions by around 2030, therefore came as a breath of fresh air. Positive rhetoric aside, though, China’s leaders now have to bring local government and entrenched SOEs into line to ensure that they make good on their promises. EU businesses stand ready to assist in this goal, and saw the Paris Agreement as a clear signal to scale up innovation and investment in climate solutions.


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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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