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With a few limits, they can be useful players in the global economy.
The Bank of Japan's Fukui notes "downside risks." But the central bank holds rates steady.
Costlier commodities could trigger unrest in poor countries and may curtail food aid to refugees.
Do Asian opposites attract?
Americans should get over their fear of sovereign wealth funds, says Columbia professor.
The U.S. slowdown will take its toll on Asia as well.
Overseas funding helps keep interests rates low and growth humming—and is often a better deal for us than for them.
Trade is key to world peace.
The hunt is on for the next generation of emerging markets.
It has been, by all accounts, a groundbreaking year for investing in China.