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Can China develop a coherent, vibrant internal market and break its dependency on large state-owned industries? The country has made substantial progress over the last 20 years, says GIS Guest Expert Professor James Woudhuysen, and despite current concerns about the stability of its economy, there are good reasons to believe it will continue to do so. ...
Change is coming to Japan’s electricity market along two seemingly contradictory tracks. On one hand, the recent restart of two nuclear reactors signals the government’s commitment to well-connected, entrenched interests. On the other, a push to liberalise the sector will break those interests’ long-held grip on the country’s generation and distribution businesses....
Dr. Stefan Lippert
Over the past seven years, India has quietly added a second trillion dollars to its Gross Domestic Product. Its growth rate is beginning to exceed China’s. To maintain fast expansion, however, India’s political and business leaders need structural reforms to revive the country's investment cycle.
India’s GDP passed the tw...
Pramit Pal Chaudhuri