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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...

BRI Monitor: Bringing Local Voices and Transparency to the Belt and Road

01.10.2022
How can recipient countries ensure that foreign investment is beneficial to their economic goals and their people? The BRI Monitor is a venture by five think tanks from Southeast Asia and the Pacific to track the transparency of projects funded by China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Initial fi...

Will the Philippine National Elections Help Strengthen Democracy?

01.06.2022
With a population of just over 110 million, the Philippines will hold presidential elections on May 9. This will be the largest election in Asia in 2022. This will end Rodrigo Duterte’s presidency, as Philippine presidents are constitutionally barred from serving more than a single six-year te...

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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