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Dabbling Into Abenomics: Cheaper Yen

When frolicking around Shinjuku or hunting for the best bargains in Aoyama, a visitor would hardly notice that Japan has been in recession for the past few decades. Dig deeper – maybe, listen to the whines of Japanese friends here and there – and it will be difficult to not notice how the Japanese are spending less and less each year....

Focus On: Dubai

When a conversation finds its way to anything that has to do with Dubai, name-dropping the Burj Al Arab, the Burj Khalifa, and the Palm Jumeirah is somehow expected. Dubai, after all, attracts foreign visitors with its world-renowned billion-dollar megaprojects. The city may have already been considered as a major trading port for commodities as far back as the 1970s, but it wasn’t known as a tourism and retail hotspot until recent years....

Focus On: Beijing

Now home to more than 21,000,000 people, Beijing is considered to be one of the most populous cities in the world with 16 urban, suburban, and rural districts. The city’s population has grown by 53% in the course of 14 years*, with a population density of a whopping 1,230 people per square meter in 2011....


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