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The World in 2017
"The World in 2017 contains The Economist’s predictions for the year ahead". Prominent figures from politics, business, science and the arts join journalists from The Economist and other leading publications in offering forecasts for 2017.
POWER PERFORMERS of the Asia300
POWER PERFORMERS of the Asia300
Contact in Vietnam for The Nikkei Asian Review:
E: duy.pham@globalbookcorp.com
M: 0902323870
Welcome to the Asia300 - 2016
The new global multinationals
BUSSINESS
Nikkei Asian Review: PILING IN -31
Amazon and Alibaba square off in Southeast Asia
The battle for e-commerce dominance is just getting started
BANGKOK Shoppers in Southeast Asia have long been wondering when Amazon.com will start offering its e-commerce services in their region.
The Economist: It could happen-31
The Economist: It could happen
How to avoid nuclear war with North Korea
There are no good options to curb Kim Jong Un. But blundering into war would be the worst.
Source: The Economist
Nikkei Asian Review: ASEAN AT WORK-30
At 50, ASEAN is reaping the rewards of economic integration
Falling trade barriers are boosting growth and changing how the bloc does business
THE ECONOMIST with NEW INFORMATION
The Economist: Road kill-32
The Economist: Road kill-32
Electric cars
The death of the internal combustion engine
It had a good run. But the end is in sight for the machine that changed the world
The Economist: Venezuela on the chaos
How to deal with Venezuela
Sanctions should target officials, not the country
The Economist: The future of learning-29
Together, technology and teachers can revamp school
IN 1953 B.F. Skinner visited his daughter’s maths class. The Harvard psychologist found every pupil learning the same topic in the same way at the same speed. A few days later he built his first “teaching machine”, which let children tackle questions at their own pace. By the mid-1960s similar gizmos were being flogged by door-to-door salesmen. Within a few years, though, enthusiasm for them had fizzled out.
 
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