ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS

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  1. Crates of pineapples are sorted at a warehouse in Pingtung county

    Commentary: China’s pineapple ban another prickle in relations with Taiwan

    The ban on Taiwanese pineapples is reminiscent of China’s ban on Philippine bananas in the aftermath of the Scarborough Shoal standoff in April ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: People wear protective face masks, following an outbreak of the novel coron

    Commentary: China more focused on getting rich than it is in stoking US rivalry

    Chinese policymakers are less afraid of economic decoupling from the US than many assume, say Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng.
  3. FILE PHOTO: Spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Manila

    Commentary: Is Southeast Asia on track for post-pandemic recovery?

    Recovery in individual countries will remain weak and incomplete as long as the domestic spread of the virus is not under control, says an economist.
  4. Yellen Women

    Yellen says women face many obstacles in economics careers

    Janet Yellen, the first woman to head the Federal Reserve and the US Treasury Department, says women seeking to pursue careers in economics face a ...
  5. Spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in London

    Commentary: Growth alone is not enough to lift all boats

    Economic growth has long been a top policy goal for countries around the world, but for millions of people living in poverty, it isn’t enough, say ...
  6. China's consumer price index (CPI), a key gauge of retail inflation, fell 0.5 percent on-year

    Commentary: Why prices are going haywire and could trigger a surge in inflation

    Today’s low inflation forecasts are thus no guarantee that inflation will actually remain low, says UBS Chairman Axel A Weber.
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    Ep 2: Unlimited Desires

    Greta who? 20 years ago, residents of Samso switched to renewables to solve a need, and the island is today energy positive. What's better than ...
  8. Chasing Scarcity
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    46:00minutes

    Ep 1: Finite Resources

    Technology is great, but human conditioning is better. Mongolian herders, living for generations in a scarce environment, school urbanites on how ...
  9. Protest against farm bills passed by India's parliament, in Devi Dasspura village

    Commentary: India has liberalised its farm sector. But not everyone is happy with it

    Despite their intended benefits, the new laws, however, have generated considerable political unrest, as commission agents, several farmers and ...
  10. Sweden Nobel Economics

    Americans Paul Milgrom, Robert Wilson win Nobel Prize in economics

    Americans Milgrom, Wilson win Nobel prize in economics