Media

September 27, 2010

Mute Wonder

If this is the Asian century, where is Asia’s media voice? By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark L. Clifford.

August 23, 2010

Prepared for Pandemics (PDF)

The superbug scare should spur Asia to get ready to deal with the next disease outbreak. By Asia Business Council Researcher Alex Zhang.

August 16, 2010

中国公司如何提升创新竞争力 (How Chinese Companies Can Become More Innovative)

劳动力成本的优势正在消失,因此,自主创新对中国变得更加迫切。By Asia Business Council Program Director Janet Pau.

August 2, 2010

Crisis? What Crisis?

Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark L. Clifford wrote a commentary for TIME magazine as a counterpoint to a cover story on Japan’s economic woes.

July 27, 2010

Japan’s Age of Plenty

Entrepreneurship has kept Japan’s economy from getting caught in the effects of demographic changes – and it can do the same in China. By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark L. Clifford.

July 2, 2010

Steve Jobs and The Maker

Steve Jobs has been unceasingly steadfast in his defense of Apple’s operations in China – despite recent public uproar over factory conditions. By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark L. Clifford.

May 21, 2010

South Korea’s Glide to a Green Economy

The rickety, ramshackle ways of the high-carbon economy are about to be replaced by the green economy, and South Korea, among other Asian nations, will be treading in success. By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark L. Clifford.

March 22, 2010

Why China’s Megatrends is a Disappointment

Famed U.S. futurologists failed to see just how bad their book on China would be. By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark L. Clifford

November 28, 2009

環保建築 孰盈孰虧 (Building foundations for an energy-efficient world)

聯合國秘書長在北極呼籲世界就氣候變化問題採取行動,政客們卻爭議由誰來買單。By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark L. Clifford.

November 18, 2009

Cautious Optimism Reigns In Asia

Despite a spate of wildly successful IPOs in China and surging equities markets across the region, Asian business leaders are only cautiously optimistic about prospects for the economic recovery.