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2 Sep 2014

Food for the future

In developed countries, land is scarce and needed for housing. But Latin America has ample land for cultivating, and the climate and rainfall for food production.

29 Aug 2014

Enjoy the UK recovery while it lasts

The UK’s recovery may be temporary, with the economy only a little bigger than it was during the 2008 financial crisis.

20 Aug 2014

Asia’s wrinkles start to show

Asia is ageing at an record rate and the opportunities permitted by the ‘demographic dividend’ recently will be matched by the challenges of ageing.

20 Aug 2014

Beijing invests overseas

Foreign direct investment has benefitted China’s economic development, helping it to invest in infrastructure.

20 Aug 2014

China and ASEAN trade

ASEAN and China have robust trade links, and rising prosperity and growing economic links between the two will help shape the region’s trade and investment landscape.

13 Aug 2014

China reforms urban divide

The announced overhaul in China’s household registration system marks a step forward in breaking decade-old institutional urban-rural barriers.

13 Aug 2014

Asia’s food inflation risks

The most acute risks from an El Niño in the Pacific Ocean have subsided for 2014 but the risks to Asian food inflation don’t end there.

11 Aug 2014

Paper demand stacks up

Paper consumption is rising, with growth expected to accelerate as demand in Asia and emerging countries increases.

6 Aug 2014

Australia’s powerful links to Asia

Australia's increasing links with Asia across trade, migration and finance provide further optimism for the country's economic outlook.

6 Aug 2014

Untold stories from the frontline

Over 4,000 staff index cards describing former Midland Bank employees that fought in the First World War are now available online.

2 Sep 2014

Food for the future

In developed countries, land is scarce and needed for housing. But Latin America has ample land for cultivating, and the climate and rainfall for food production.

29 Aug 2014

Enjoy the UK recovery while it lasts

The UK’s recovery may be temporary, with the economy only a little bigger than it was during the 2008 financial crisis.

20 Aug 2014

Asia’s wrinkles start to show

Asia is ageing at an record rate and the opportunities permitted by the ‘demographic dividend’ recently will be matched by the challenges of ageing.

20 Aug 2014

Beijing invests overseas

Foreign direct investment has benefitted China’s economic development, helping it to invest in infrastructure.

20 Aug 2014

China and ASEAN trade

ASEAN and China have robust trade links, and rising prosperity and growing economic links between the two will help shape the region’s trade and investment landscape.

13 Aug 2014

China reforms urban divide

The announced overhaul in China’s household registration system marks a step forward in breaking decade-old institutional urban-rural barriers.

13 Aug 2014

Asia’s food inflation risks

The most acute risks from an El Niño in the Pacific Ocean have subsided for 2014 but the risks to Asian food inflation don’t end there.

11 Aug 2014

Paper demand stacks up

Paper consumption is rising, with growth expected to accelerate as demand in Asia and emerging countries increases.

6 Aug 2014

Australia’s powerful links to Asia

Australia's increasing links with Asia across trade, migration and finance provide further optimism for the country's economic outlook.

6 Aug 2014

Untold stories from the frontline

Over 4,000 staff index cards describing former Midland Bank employees that fought in the First World War are now available online.