August 27, 2012

Onward, into the Asian (Not Just Chinese) Century

Sydney Morning H'ld, Sydney Morning Herald

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The century is still young but it will probably point us to coming decades when China will undoubtedly grow in size and sophistication - though with Japan remaining a strong power for at least another two generations, an India likely to advance beyond its present ''to be or not to be'' moment, and a host of middle-to-large economies such as Indonesia advancing as well.

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TAGGED: Japan, Australia, Asia, China


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