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The State of the Vietnamese Stock Market

The hottest story off the presses in the global economy focuses on a country that until recently has had a market capitalization smaller than that of Krispy Kreme doughnuts. Vietnam has since then emerged from its cocoon, and its markets are on fire. In the last year, its stock market index surged 145 percent. In just the first two ...

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The State of Labor Migration in South East Asia

Migration of people to other countries in search of employment has occurred throughout history, and is by no means a new occurrence.  This phenomenon has become prevalent in Southeast Asia. In the Philippines for instance, human resource is the main export.  In just the year 2000, more than 1 million Filipinos left home to seek work abroad as sailors, maids, ...

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Thai Baht Gains Value, Thailand Loses Exports

Over the past several years, the Thai baht has been gaining strength against the US dollar.  The baht is reaching highs that have not been seen since the 1997-1998 Asian Financial Crisis.  Recently, the baht has traded at 33 to the US dollar1.  This appreciation has a direct effect on exports, which accounts for about 60% of the Thai economy2.  ...

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More Exclusives - Exclusive Asia Business & Economy Articles

 
The State of the Vietnamese Stock Market
The State of Labor Migration in South East Asia
Thai Baht Gains Value, Thailand Loses Exports
The Decline of China's Manufacturing Sector
The Asian stock markets: Boom or Bust?
The Indian Retail Revolution: Opportunities & Challenges
The Effects of the Food Crisis on Inflation in Emerging Economies
The Impact of Higher Education on China
The Asian Mortgage Conundrum: What Will the Catalyst(s) Be for a True Housing Finance Boom?
The Bank for International Settlements

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