More on Abenomics and the wage-employment tradeoff | FT Alphaville
Thai Police Clashes With Protesters in Bangkok Leave 5 Dead - Bloomberg
Run on Thai Bank Linked to Rice Subsidy Points to Strain on Economy - WSJ.com
"Depositors have withdrawn nearly $1 billion from a bank linked to a foundering rice-subsidy program, the bank said Monday, in one of the first signs that Thailand's months-old political stalemate is starting to affect the economy."
Rising Inflation in Malaysia Turns up the Heat on Central Bank - Real Time Economics - WSJ
India must tackle manufacturing malaise - FT.com
"Industry is mired in red tape. Hiring is arduous. Finding land is a trial. Power cuts are frequent. Manufacturers also get clobbered by unreasonable tax demands, as Nokia of Finland, which operates...
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