David Marsh

David Marsh

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Temporary triumph for Tsipras, punishment for debtors and creditors
China taking aim at reshaping international monetary system
How Beijing can emulate US, German investment returns

One of the big themes for international banks and financial companies in the next 10 years will be a progressive "renminbi-isation" of internationally traded investments - whether in stocks, bonds or privately traded vehicles.

15 Jul 2014 - 1:31AM

One of the big themes for international banks and financial companies in the next 10 years will be a progressive "renminbi-isation" of internationally traded investments - whether in stocks, bonds or privately traded vehicles.

How Beijing can emulate US, German investment returns
Transparency needed in central banks' equity buying binge

Central banks have leapt to the forefront of public policymaking. They have taken responsibility for lowering interest rates.

17 Jun 2014 - 7:59PM

Central banks have leapt to the forefront of public policymaking. They have taken responsibility for lowering interest rates.

Transparency needed in central banks' equity buying binge
Crafts in crisis
19 Sep 2004 - 12:00AM
Crafts in crisis
Tourist numbers soar as relaxed visa rules lead drive for growth
Shopkeepers battle flood of fake notes
Show whets appetite for wacky  records
Vietnam honours the spirit of capitalism
Numbers game lucky for some
11 Nov 2004 - 12:00AM
Numbers game lucky for some
Showpiece Games facilities crumble
Stigma of HIV fades in Vietnam as more get the disease
State still vying to end use of the greenback
City-dwellers pay for 'progress' with thick clouds of pollution
Skinny Santa gives Uncle Ho and Lenin a run for their money
Drought has farmers tightening their belts
Turning Tet into a celebration of spending
Chic shops a window on growing wealth gap in Vietnam
More men going under the knife
Tet turns into celebration of extreme renovations
Resurgence of bird flu triggers global alert
Rich returning boatpeople give buoyancy to growth
Party poised to open door to entrepreneurs
Nom of the game is sticking to the script
Girls risk lives by opting for abortions as form of birth control
Voice of the party goes hi-tech and into the household
Sex trade flourishes despite renewed cleanup
Demand for water is sinking city
Development threatens Mekong rice bowl
Apec may face plush-hotel shortfall