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Increasing commodity prices are a concern among policymakers and businesses, but Oxford Economics remains sanguine about its implications, written by Louis Kuijs, head of Asia Economics, based in Hong Kong,... Read More

Unravel offers commentary, perspectives, opinions, and analysis on new developments and trends in international politics, technology, and the economy—from Asia and elsewhere—from leading thinkers and experts. For more please visit... Read More

A tribute to Mr. Dharmendra Kumar, former executive director of Life Insurance Corporation of India, one of the world's largest insurers, by Arup Chatterjee, principal financial sector specialist, sustainable development... Read More

Robert Subbaraman, managing director, head of Global Macro Research at Nomura, writes that Central banks elsewhere can only hope that the Fed has got it right but they should also... Read More

This is the final piece in a series of articles by Hiroki Sekine, visiting fellow, Asia-Pacific Programme at Chatham House, that looks at the importance of green growth, and Asia’s... Read More

The prospects for a stable relationship between the US and China-based on confidence and competitive interdependence look very slim, written by John West, executive director of the Asian Century Institute,... Read More

This is the second piece in a series of articles by Hiroki Sekine, visiting fellow, Asia-Pacific Programme at Chatham House, that looks at the importance of green growth, and Asia’s... Read More

A steady improvement in global demand and domestic demand have boosted China’s economic recovery, but risks to the downside remain, written by Tommy Wu, Lead Economist Asia-Pacific region at Oxford... Read More

Sungsup Ra, director, human and Social development division, South Asia Regional Department at Asian Development Bank, Jung Cheol Shin, professor, department of education at Seoul National University, Republic of Korea,... Read More

Unravel editorial reveals as a global value chains hub, East and Southeast Asia have been performing well for the last two decades. Despite that, a recent report by the Economic... Read More