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NIKKEI ASIAN REVIEW HANOI FORUM
Vietnam is now one of the most emerging countries in Asia. Income level of Vietnam has been increasing due to economic growth. Targeting at the increased purchasing power of the consumers, Japan invested heavily into businesses that manufacture and sell consumer electronics, automobiles, fashion retail, etc
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
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Nikkei Asian Review: CHINA CHARGES AHEAD
Armed with subsidies and tough rules, Beijing aims to dominate the electric car market
But will drivers embrace battery-powered vehicles before the lavish subsidies run out?
Nikkei Asian Review: ABE ROLLS THE DICE-39
Japan’s prime minister thought the time was perfect for a snap election. But he wasn’t counting on Yuriko Koike
The Economist: Does China play fair?
The Economist: Does China play fair?
How China is battling ever more intensely in world markets
IF DONALD TRUMP had slapped punitive tariffs on all Chinese exports to America, as he promised, he would have started a trade war. Fortunately, the president hesitated, partly because he wants China’s help in thwarting North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.
THE ECONOMIST with NEW INFORMATION
The Economist: Closing in on cancer-37
Science will win the technical battle against cancer. But that is only half the fight
THE numbers are stark. Cancer claimed the lives of 8.8m people in 2015; only heart disease caused more deaths. Around 40% of Americans will be told they have cancer during their lifetimes. It is now a bigger killer of Africans than malaria. But the statistics do not begin to capture the fear inspired by cancer’s silent and implacable cellular mutiny. Only Alzheimer’s exerts a similar grip on the imagination.
The Economist: The puzzle of political Islam-34
Financial stability is a growing concern of central banks
China’s central bank has more cause to worry than the Fed or the ECB
CENTRAL bankers have gathered at their annual shindig in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the past ten years with only one thing on their minds: the health of the global economy. This year’s gathering is different. The bankers’ preoccupations are changing, from recovery to financial stability.
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
 
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