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The 21st century is commonly referred to as the 'Pacific Century.' For such a prediction to materialize, the economies of the Asia-Pacific must lead the globe. What challenges will the region face? What nations stand to benefit most? The Diplomat's economics and business blog, Pacific Money, will try to tackle these questions and more.

Singapore’s Digital Banking Race is On
December 22, 2020

Singapore’s Digital Banking Race is On

By James Guild
Digital newcomers face serious challenges in poaching customers from Singapore’s traditional banking sector.

FinTech and the Risks of Terrorist Financing in Indonesia
December 16, 2020

FinTech and the Risks of Terrorist Financing in Indonesia

By Federica Russo
New financial technologies hold out great benefits to developing nations, but they also come with considerable risks.
The Complexity of Indonesia’s Halal Economy
December 15, 2020

The Complexity of Indonesia’s Halal Economy

By James Guild
Calls for an alcohol ban speak to the complexity of balancing economic and religious considerations in Indonesia.

How Can Asian Governments Foster Local Entertainment in the Streaming Era?
December 11, 2020

How Can Asian Governments Foster Local Entertainment in the Streaming Era?

By Mark Schultz
The economic and cultural winners will embrace the dynamism of this new technology rather than treating it as a threat to the established order.

UK Signs Post-Brexit Free Trade Deal With Singapore
December 11, 2020

UK Signs Post-Brexit Free Trade Deal With Singapore

By Associated Press
The U.K. sealed its second-biggest trade pact in the Asia-Pacific as its exit from EU trading structures looms.

Thailand’s Debt Dilemma
December 09, 2020

Thailand’s Debt Dilemma

By James Guild
The nation is hoping to pump stimulus into the economy while maintaining a stable currency. Can it thread the needle?

COVID-19 Underscores the Benefits of South Korea’s Artificial Intelligence Push
December 07, 2020

COVID-19 Underscores the Benefits of South Korea’s Artificial Intelligence Push

By Troy Stangarone
South Korea's government is banking on AI as part of its post-COVID recovery.
To Step up Its Digital Transformation, Taiwan Needs a New Social Compact
December 05, 2020

To Step up Its Digital Transformation, Taiwan Needs a New Social Compact

By Roy Ngerng
If Taiwan is to succeed in its digital strategy, there needs to be a fundamental mindset shift toward investing in Taiwan’s industries and citizenry.

India’s Flawed Approach to Bilateral Investment Treaties
December 04, 2020

India’s Flawed Approach to Bilateral Investment Treaties

By Abhishek Dwivedi
The model BIT of 2016 is vague, flawed, and offers little succor for Indian or foreign investors.

China’s New Weapon in the US Trade War: The Export Control Law
December 04, 2020

China’s New Weapon in the US Trade War: The Export Control Law

By Shannon Tiezzi
China now has an answer to the United States' Entity List. How will Beijing use its version?

A Tale of Two State-Owned Oil and Gas Companies
December 01, 2020

A Tale of Two State-Owned Oil and Gas Companies

By James Guild
COVID-19 has presented state oil firms in Malaysia and Indonesia with widely divergent challenges.
Foxconn to Shift Some iPad, Macbook Production to Vietnam
November 30, 2020

Foxconn to Shift Some iPad, Macbook Production to Vietnam

By Sebastian Strangio
Vietnam continues to be the big winner of the Trump administration's trade war with China.

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