What was missed on Trump's trip to China was an opportunity for the world's two most powerful men to tackle some big decisions on issues that could shape not just the future of the U.S.-China relationship, but the growth prospects and competitiveness of both ...
Trump wants the U.S. to be a superpower without making the sacrifices that requires.
With their persistent interference, the bureaucrats are hurting, not helping Japan's prospects.
China's hands-off approach, whether intentional or not, has created an environment in which startups can experiment with trial-and-error, take on increased risk and thrive.
U.S. President Donald Trump's policies offer a road map for how not to compete with China.
At the "chaebol," Confucian reverence for the "emperor" translates into obedience to company founders and their families, who are treated like royalty.
By pulling the U.S. out of the TPP, Trump has hurt American business, pulled the rug out from under U.S. allies and damaged American prestige in the most economically critical region in the world.
If China is concerned about a reverse of globalization, its leaders should practice the free exchange they preach.
The U.S. economy has long been based on transparency, rule of law and free enterprise. It should stay that way.
What is going in South Korea is a clash between a society moving forward and a government creeping backward.