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On Starbucks, Japan And Asia

Click to enlarge A Japanese Starbucks (not my own photo, though) Among many other things I've observed in Japan, Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX ) was one of those I found interesting. Let me explain why. Japan is an egalitarian society. Incomes are ... Seeking Alpha, 22 hours ago

Missing middle showing us the middle finger

Oh great. Our minister of higher education has resurfaced after going AWOL following his issuing of a statement a few days ago. It only took a few scuffles here and there, a vandalised hall at Wits University, stun grenades in the streets of ... days ago

U.S. ranks near bottom among countries for youth fitness, study says

WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 (UPI) -- If American children were to race children from other countries, chances are, they'd lose. Badly. A review of children's fitness levels in 50 countries around the world suggests the youth of America are not nearly as ...
 UPI5 days ago

Transcript of PM Lee Hsien Loong's interview with Caijing

Q: Since 1999, G20 has had the objective of achieving cooperation and coordination by global governance. What do you think are the big challenges for global governance that should be discussed at the Hangzhou Summit? Are there any particular ...
 Prime Minister's Office Singapore1 week ago

Hinrich Foundation Sustainable Trade Index Launch in Manila

MANILA, Philippines The Hinrich Foundation (HF) and Asia Society Philippines (ASP) co-hosted the Manila briefing on the Hinrich Foundation Sustainable Trade Index, with the support of the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) last August 2015, ...
 AsiaSource1 week ago
Japan Times

Economist questions report that income equality is holding steady

Fundamental shortcomings in the nation's wealth redistribution policy suggest the have-nots are still being left behind, despite a new report showing little change to income inequality, according to one prominent economist. A welfare ministry ...
 Japan Times1 week ago

China convinces G20 nations with fair communique

Arguably, the most remarkable progress made during the G20 summit held in Hangzhou (China) was not included in the conclusions. It was rather the change of attitude of the architect of the final text, China. China is no longer seen as a nation ...
 EurActiv.com3 weeks ago

Twenty species named aggressive flora

By Damsari Liyanage Environment Officer of the Young Zoologists' Association of Sri Lanka, Chandana Asela said that twenty species have been named as aggressive flora within Sri Lanka. Chandana Asela further said that Kalapu Andara which has ...
 Ceylon Today3 weeks ago

Malaysia's economy is not that bad; what say you? — Saleh Mohammed

SEPTEMBER 5 — Some good news on the Malaysian economy lately has brought hope and helped to dispel the negative perceptions of a failed state painted by a section of the populace. Striving to be a true-blue citizen of a country making its way ...
 Malay Mail3 weeks ago Malaysian economy: What say you — Saleh Mohammed  Malay Mail3 weeks ago

Explaining further why Malaysia is no longer stuck in the middle income trap

TWO weeks ago, The Star covered my keynote presentation on how Malaysia is no longer stuck in the middle income trap. This sparked a degree of scepticism from the public, some citing areas in which Malaysia is currently falling short. They are not ... weeks ago
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