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Vietnam Devalues Dong to Aid Exports

May 8, 2015

The State Bank of Vietnam devalued the dong for the second time this year in a bid to maintain export competitiveness and accelerate economic growth. The central bank weakened its reference rate 1 percent to 21,673 dong a dollar, it said in a statement. The currency is allowed to trade as much as

China on the Global Stage

April 27, 2015

The last decade has seen China rocket up the global economic rankings. Now its standing in international finance is starting to catch up. The yuan is emerging as a major international currency. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank shows China flexing its muscles in global governance. This report brings together recent analysis from Bloomberg

Growth Rather Than Inflation Should Be Focus of India’s Policy Makers: Subbarao

March 27, 2015

Speaking at the annual Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference,former Reserve Bank of India Governor Dr. Duvvuri Subbarao was upbeat about his country’s economic future. In an interview with Bloomberg’s Stew Hawkins, he also explained why the recent Indian budget didn’t go far enough and why it’s more important to focus on growth than inflation.

Prasad, Pettis Lock Horns on China Growth Prospects

March 19, 2015

By Michael Pettis, Peking University, and Eswar Prasad, Cornell University As China enters the year of the goat, opinions on the state of the economy have seldom been so divided. Bloomberg Brief asked Michael Pettis and Eswar Prasad to lock horns in debate. The question: can China maintain GDP growth of about 6

Laboring Through China’s Census Data

December 22, 2014

China’s economy is so big that a data revision has uncovered output larger than the entire GDP of most other countries. That’s an eye catching uplift, it also makes China’s reform challenge a little easier to face. Click here to view the full showcase. 

Asean Integration 2015

December 1, 2014

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations has set Dec. 31, 2015 as its target date for regional economic integration — including a single market and production base with the free movement of goods, services, investment and skilled labor, and the freer flow of capital. Bloomberg Brief assesses Asean’s progress so

Reforming China’s Financial Markets

September 15, 2014

China’s plans to put the world’s second-largest economy on a sustainable growth path are centered on financial reform. At the Third Plenum summit last November, policy makers promised a stronger role for the market in setting interest rates and the exchange rate, a revamped equity market and a greater role for the private sector. A year on,

FINANCIAL REGULATION – Asia-Pacific Region Special

August 1, 2014

Welcome to the inaugural Asia-Pacific-focused special edition of Bloomberg Brief: Financial Regulation. As regulation remains especially complex in Asia, with its many countries in varying stages of economic development, we aim to provide coverage of how the region is handling its unique regulatory challenges. This issue focuses on topics including how banks in Asia


July 14, 2014

A year and a half into Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s attempt to lift Japan’s economy from its two-decade stagnation, policy makers say Abenomics is on track. Inflation has moved higher, corporate profits are up and businesses are starting to invest again. Not everyone is so optimistic. The Nikkei is the worst performing major market in

China Debate: Prasad vs Pettis on the Future of China’s Growth

January 22, 2014

Bloomberg Brief invited two leading China academics to discuss whether far-reaching reforms can maintain growth in the world’s second-largest economy at its current pace. Eswar Prasad says that expansion can continue at 6 percent to 7 percent, while Michael Pettis argues that rising debts and high costs of reform mean