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Taiwan’s economy ‘facing a turning point’ amid election

Ahead of Taiwan’s election, economic concerns are driving voters to the polls more than tensions with China. With a downturn in industrial production and an aging population, Taiwan needs a new economic model. Taiwan’s economy,...

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Ukraine war: EU lowers its economic growth expectations

Rising energy and commodity prices resulting from Russia’s war in Ukraine are slowing Europe’s economic growth and increasing inflation. The European Commission on Monday lowered the eurozone growth forecast for 2022 down to 2.7% from a...

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Human Capital & Economic Growth in India

In a world of rapid economic transition, where global economic growth is increasingly dependent on technology, growth of human capital is crucial for stimulating local and national economies. Human capital as a measure of education...

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‘Do you really need a new smartphone – or do you just want one?’

When consumers constantly upgrade to the latest smartphone, this carries a heavy environmental cost. Although recycling helps, the underlying problem is economic growth versus the environment. How can this be solved? One German telecommunications provider...

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Financial Inclusion: The Real Challenge of India

It is proven fact that financial inclusion & financial literacy is an effective way for “Poverty Alleviation”. The objective of financial inclusion is to meet the expectation of the unbanked and excluded, yet silent mass...

Spain eases austerity as 2014 budget banks on recovery

Spain’s government has presented its most pain-free budget in many years, banking on a nascent economic recovery gathering steam in 2014. Nevertheless, Prime Minister Rajoy still needs to dole out some bitter pills. Based on...

Rough ride ahead for China’s economy

The world couldn’t hide its disappointment when China’s first-quarter GDP growth dropped to 7.7 per cent, slightly lower than market expectations. Unfortunately, this might just be the start; worse news could be just around the...