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Rest of the World Latest Updates Global economic weather – 11th May 2016Asia: The economic news from Asia is currently conforming pretty much to trend, with occasional unexpected strengths, such as Japan’s industrial production last week or Australia’s exports this week ... Global economic weatherFed chairman Janet Yellen’s dovish comments after the Fed’s FOMC meeting persuaded the market that we can expect only two US rate hikes this year ... Mario Draghi, Football ManagerIt is sometimes said that the chief skill of a football manager is to pick to which team he should lend his magic at any one time. Much the same might be said of central bankers and their policy initiatives ... Profits Recession? It’s M&A TimeIs the US heading for a 'profits recession', or might it already be in one? And if a profits recession is a feature of the economic landscape, how long might it last... Dollar strength deflates world financeLast week's update suggested that the standard explanations for the current financial volatility seem misdirected. This week's lays out the mechanics of an alternative ... It's different this time?It's common to hear that the most dangerous words in economics are 'it's different this time'. But 'it's just the same as last time' ... Rest of the World News Law firms advise on BrexitThanks to the recent referendum, competition law, construction law, contracts and trading relationships, data protection/transparency, dispute resolution, employment law, environmental law, ... Mazars merges in EuropeMazars, an international, integrated and independent organisation specialising in audit, accountancy, tax, legal and advisory services, has … Rest of the World Articles and Reports North Asia Special ReportAsian-Counsel investigates how liberalisation has influenced the legal systems of Japan and South Korea and compares how each nation has progressed within a globalised market economy. We also get timely updates on investment, litigation, arbitration and tax issues in the two countries by experts on the ground. More than just collection:How changes to the United States Federal Rules of Civil Procedure affect Asia. By Richard Kershaw, Hill & Associates Ltd. Energy, Infrastructure & Natural ResourcesIn the March issue of Asian-Counsel, our Focus on Energy, Infrastructure & Natural Resources presents the highlights of developments in these areas from the PRC by leading practitioners in the region. Recent government proposals are examined with an eye towards China’s potential to weather the current economic climate in the coming months. Competition and Antitrust Special ReportIn the latest issue of Asian-Counsel, we are provided with an in-depth look at the competition regimes in South Korea, Singapore, China and India from leading legal practitioners in those jurisdictions, and investigate whether there is any merit in the possibility of a pan-Asian competition framework.
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