Nyshka Chandran is a writer for CNBC.com, with a focus on Asia-Pacific politics and economies. She holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto.
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Australian treasurer Scott Morrison has come under fire for comments that unemployed citizens and those on welfare represented the "taxed nots" of society.
What can be done to stop North Korea's hostile missile technology? The answer is, very little, unless the world's superpowers cooperate.
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Japan is eager to build its cultural brand overseas in a nod to the years when Nintendo and Sony were cutting-edge brands in consumer electronics.
India's new central bank governor is likely to be less outspoken than outgoing chief Raghuram Rajan, but no more inclined to easing.
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A multi-billion corruption scandal and international criticism have failed to topple the PM. Fresh political opposition may not work either.
Those looking for proof of China's economic rebalancing act should stay clear of macro data and focus on micro evidence, Goldman Sachs says.