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China Center Chart of the Week: SLF injections are preemptive, not stimulative – and perhaps a baby step toward price-based monetary policy <p>Last week, local news reports in China Thu, 25 Sep 2014 UTC China Center Data Flash: August data confirms Q3 weakness <p>Economic data for August released last week was Wed, 24 Sep 2014 UTC China Center Chart of the Week: No baby boom, but a baby bump <p>China's change to its one-child policy is Wed, 17 Sep 2014 UTC Human Capital Watch™: The Future ASEAN Leader <p>With the realization of the ASEAN Economic Community, notions regarding what an effective leader needs to be are being challenged. What does this new leadership style look like &ndash; one that is unique to ASEAN, but globally recognized?</p> <p>Research report findings based on the ASEAN Leadership 2.0 project, a crowd-sourced, multimedia Wed, 15 Oct 2014 UTC Governance Watch: Recent Developments Related to Earnings Guidance <p>Whether to issue earnings guidance and determinations as to which metrics to provide, how often to provide them, and when previously issued guidance needs to be updated continue to be critical decisions for public companies.</p> <p>The discussion will address hot topics, recent developments, and best practices in earnings guidance and will be Thu, 16 Oct 2014 UTC