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BoardAsia Newsletter <p>Major news covered in this issue includes Thu, 03 Apr 2014 UTC The Conference Board Economics Watch® Emerging Markets View Emerging markets (EM) face a bumpy recovery road Fri, 28 Mar 2014 UTC China Center Chart of the Week: Chinese Total Factor Productivity growth appears to have flat-lined <p>Chinese TFP growth has been declining Fri, 28 Mar 2014 UTC The 'Long View' on China's Growth and Development <p>What is the "long view" on China&rsquo;s growth and development, and what are the major long-term risks that are masked by China&rsquo;s recent rapid growth? China is undergoing a major transition, including a sharp growth slowdown, hazardous structural imbalances, mounting social and political pressures, and acute geo-political tensions. What Mon, 21 Apr 2014 UTC Southeast Asia: Is Regional Integration to the Benefit of Global Competitiveness? <p>While there is wide diversity in performance across countries in the region, the Southeast Asian economy is showing itself as an increasingly strong contender in terms of growth and competitiveness compared to, for example, China or India. Despite more intense cooperation within ASEAN, the economies have mostly focused on positioning themselves Tue, 22 Apr 2014 UTC