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An Uncertain Future for the Russia-Japan Relationship

Over the past few years, Japan and Russia have made several attempts to strengthen bilateral relations, culminating in high-level talks in late January. The reasons for these talks seem straightforward.  Russia sees Japan as a source of capital and a development partner for the country’s Far Eastern energy resources.  Tokyo wants to be less dependent on Middle Eastern oil and ...

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The Decline of China's Manufacturing Sector

Over the years, China’s unstoppable economic growth has been largely attributed to the strength of its manufacturing sector and the rapid advances achieved by the country technologically. Many factors like cheap labor, good quality infrastructure and the huge size of the domestic market have made the country one of the most attractive places in the world to invest. This has ...

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Volume 2, Issue 13 Work Cited

Asian Central Banks and the Rise of Sovereign Wealth Funds, Work Cited:

1. Simon Johnson, “The Rise of Sovereign Wealth Funds,” Finance and Development Quarterly, September 2007.
2. Christopher S. Rugaber, “China on Course to be Top U.S. Investor,” Associated Press, 12 February 2007.
3. Vivian Wai-yin Kwok, “China Trade Surplus Fell Steeply in February,” Forbes, 10 March 2008.
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