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The Significance of the Evergrande Liquidity Crisis

01.14.2022
The private sector in China faces many challenges, from lackluster global demand to government regulatory interventions. Of the many recent events, from Ant Group to the collapse of online tutoring industry, the default of China Evergrande Group is the most noteworthy given the high potential impact...

Spotlight: OECD’s COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard

01.12.2022
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Centre on Well-being, Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity (WISE) aims to put people and their well-being at the center of public policy by generating new data and approaches to improve people’s well-being and reduce ine...

Balancing Data Privacy and Growth in the Digital Economy

12.29.2021
If not safeguarded correctly, data can be a vulnerable point of security for a business.  Stories of data breaches and cyber-attacks consistently make their way into headlines. For example, the 2020 SolarWinds supply chain breach that was carried out through the compromised Orion network manag...

The Past, Present, and Future of Public-Private Dialogue in Uzbekistan

12.17.2021
Over the last few years, the American Chamber of Commerce in Uzbekistan (AmCham Uzbekistan) has witnessed strong improvements in policy dialogue between the Uzbekistani government and foreign investors.   Recently, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Sir Suma Chakrabarti, Presidential Adviser on e...

CIPE launches second PNG COVID-19 impact survey report

11.30.2021
The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), through its flagship program in Papua New Guinea (PNG) the Women’s Business Resource Centre (WBRC), hosted a virtual event to launch its second survey report on the impact of COVID-19 on 144 women-owned and -operated Micro, Small, and Medium ...

ESG Advocacy through MSMEs in South Asia Can Deliver Labor-Business Symbiosis

11.11.2021
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has reoriented international and private sector attention toward the lack of regulation and compliance that harmed international workers embedded within global supply chains. Consecutive, deadly South Asian industrial incidents and violations of workers rights are stark...
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