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China’s rich brace for tax raid

Super-rich worry govt will make up shortfall from lower taxes by going after them

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Nissan, Ghosn clash over Rio apartment filled with art, cash -filing

SAO PAULO/TOKYO: A Rio de Janeiro apartment containing cash, art works and personal belongings of Carlos Ghosn has become the latest battleground between the indicted former Nissan Motor Co Ltd chairman and the automaker.


A backlash is coming to Carlos Ghosn’s arrest

A prediction: l’affaire Carlos Ghosn is not going to end well for the Japanese.

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Meaningless debate on the Constitution

ALL countries are governed by their uniquely constructed Federal Constitution and Malaysia is no different. The US Constitution has less than 5,000 words whereas the Malaysian Constitution contains more than 60,000 words.


Carlos Ghosn’s arrest tests Nissan-Renault relationship

While the auto-industry star is in detention, the global auto alliance he ran is showing signs of strain and conflict.

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Carlos Ghosn’s arrest tests Nissan, Renault relationship

While the auto industry star is in detention, the global auto alliance he ran is showing signs of strain and conflict.


How India could transform Africa

OVER the last two decades, China has invested more than US$125bil in Africa to build ports, highways, airports, railways and other infrastructure.


Dubai builder sees property slump lasting for another three years

DUBAI: A United Arab Emirates (UAE) developer who says he’s waiting for a market rebound before starting a US$4bil project expects the country’s property slump to run for another three years, despite the government’s moves to bolster the economy.

Analyst Reports

Rethinking social progress in the 21st century

WHAT do we mean by social progress? That is the theme explored by the International Panel on Social Progress, a group of over 300 academics, including Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen. After four years of work, its report has finally been published last month by Cambridge University Press, with a useful summary at


Making sense of Trump’s trade war

Think Asian by Andrew Sheng
HARDLY a week goes by without another tweet storm from Washington DC. “You’re fired” was heard by Secretary of State Rex Wayne Tillerson and national economic adviser Gary Cohn (although strictly speaking, he resigned).