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Daniel Moss

Daniel Moss

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Factories Have Fled to Vietnam, But May Not Escape Tariffs

When Donald Trump urged US manufacturers to move their supply chains out of China, many hustled to s

A Recession Ends, But the Shakeup Is Just Starting

Australia's recession is technically over, but far from buried.

What Happens When Singapore Runs Out of Sand?

Barges piled with sand traverse the sea lanes around Singapore, almost as ubiquitous as the semi tru

It's the Fed, Not the White House, That Matters Most in Asia

Please look beyond the White House for just a few minutes, Asia.

India Paid the Price of Lockdown for Little Reward

The troubles keep piling up for India, feted not long ago as a would-be commercial superpower.

The Fed Is Fighting the Last War on Inflation

By signaling a more relaxed view of inflation and foreshadowing US interest rates will stay lower fo

Assessing Eight Years of Shinzo Abe's Leadership

Less than a week after chalking up a milestone for the most consecutive days in office, Shinzo Abe i

There's No Winning the Coronavirus Recovery

Many of the governments once lauded for their textbook Covid-19 responses, replete with strict lockd

Japan Has Always Scraped By. Covid Will Make That Harder

Despite being written off by skeptics as an economic wasteland for the past three decades, Japan has

Two Countries, 232,851 Cases and One Big Problem

A lot of things were going right in Southeast Asia’s two great archipelago nations before the corona

Undead Economies Are the Price of Mini-Lockdowns

After pocket lockdowns, get ready for pint-sized recoveries. From Tokyo to Miami, authorities are

This Recession Is Reason to Cheer Amid the Carnage

Only in the world of Covid-19 is a poor economic report card something to cheer.

Can an Emerging Market Become a Policy Pioneer?

Even by the dramatic standards of economic stimulus in the age of coronavirus, Indonesia stands out.

The Economic Hit from the Coronavirus is All in Your Mind

For all the stimulus measures that officials are rolling out to combat the economic impact of the co

How India's Economy Came Back Down to Earth

India's economy lost its sheen this year.

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