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Whether in war or work, effective communications vital to outcome

In a long-standing relationship, you always have time to earn the trust of people around you, by delivering on your promise or through doing what is expected of you....

Wan Lixin | March 27, 2015, Friday


Don’t use AIIB for geopolitical games

The US has seemingly outgrown its paranoia against the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)....

Deng Yushan | March 27, 2015, Friday


Brewing up a model to refresh the economy

LAO Tzu, an ancient Chinese sage, once famously said that administering a state is comparable to preparing a fish stew....

Ni Tao | March 26, 2015, Thursday


‘Collector’ statement only increases suspicions about the source of precious Buddha statue

The Dutch collector who presently possesses a statue of Buddha with a mummified monk inside should be clearer on how it was acquired, as powerful evidence from China points to the strong possibility that...

March 26, 2015, Thursday


Health care workers teach us so much about loveFOREIGN VIEWS

Dear Yong,Your column last Friday (“A smile can be the most precious medicine”) reminded me of similar experiences I have had with health care personnel here in the States, both back in Iowa and so far...

March 25, 2015, Wednesday


Capital-markets union faces hurdles in EU

The eurozone’s survival is in doubt again, as Greece demands debt forgiveness and an end to austerity — or else....

Howard Davies | March 25, 2015, Wednesday


Australia seeks to deepen ties with China as it grapples with ‘systemic problems’

Q: There have been reports of Australia interest to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as proposed by China....

Wan Lixin | March 24, 2015, Tuesday


Bottom-up approach required to tackle problem of China’s filthy public toilets

IN an interview with Xinhua News Agency, Li Jinzao, head of the National Tourism Administration, announced that a storm of revolution will be sweeping China’s public toilets....

Ni Tao | March 23, 2015, Monday


Trying to predict scary scenarios for bond market

The prices of long-term government bonds have been running very high in recent years — that is, their yields have been very low....

Robert J Shiller | March 23, 2015, Monday


UK sovereign debt ruling a rebuke for US courts

Last July, when United States federal judge Thomas Griesa ruled that Argentina had to repay in full the so-called vulture funds that had bought its sovereign debt at rock-bottom prices, the country was...

Joseph E Stiglitz and Martin Guzman | March 20, 2015, Friday


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