IE Business School Announces Finalists for Economic Journalism in Asia Prize
Ten journalists have been selected as finalists for the second edition of the IE Business School Prize for Economic Journalism in Asia. The School received more than 100 submissions for the competition, including articles, reports, interviews and other media formats from approximately 60 media organizations from the Asian region.
The entries that made it to the finals in this year’s competition were published in China, India, Pakistan, Philippines, and Singapore, where the business press is continuously exploring issues related not only to the global economy but also the economies of Spain and Latin America.
The ten finalists for the second edition of the Prize for Economic Journalism in Asia are:
- ¿Por qué Chile? Caixin (China)
- Going Green urged in overseas investment, China Daily (China)
- Infosys looks to get its mojo back, eyes Latam, W Asia, Hindustan Times (India)
- New PPP players sought by gov´t, Business World (Philippines)
- Asia, Latin America “need strong ties”, The Straits Times (Singapore)
- Singapore business in step with samba nation, The Straits Times (Singapore)
- Economy vs democracy, Business Today (India)
- Go to Latin America with Spanish, The economic observer (China)
- New Economic opportunity, South East magazine (Pakistan)
- Closing the wealth gap is a battle between China´s cities, China Economic Review (China)
Two prizes will be awarded on October 6th, 2014 at the Casa de América in Madrid, Spain.
Sponsored by CAF development bank of Latin America, the overriding aim of the competition is to increase the flow of economic information between Asia and the Latin America region in order to forge closer economic links and interests.
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