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The Wall Street Journal Asia’s Future Leadership Program reaches out to business and finance students at universities across Asia to better prepare today’s student leaders for tomorrow’s real-life challenges.

Under the program, students receive The Wall Street Journal Asia each business day during the academic year. They gain a real-world understanding of global business competition, economic and business concepts, technology, marketing and the workings of the financial markets, and witness present day case studies as they unfold at companies and industries in their home country and around the world.

As part of the program, The Journal also facilitates a number of academic activities during the year to promote experience-based learning. With support from our Corporate Education Partners, these may include lectures and seminars, business games, contests and competitions, or case-study analysis. These activities provide students with an opportunity to learn from real business leaders and demonstrate their ability to recognize business concepts and theory as applied in the real-world.

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The following articles are available to current subscribers only
  China Central Bank Cuts Interest Rates
China cut interest rates for the second time in less than four months, in a fresh sign that the country’s leadership is becoming more aggressive in trying to arrest flagging economic growth.
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 22:06:13 EST
  India Budget Plan Shuns Major Overhaul
Investors’ hopes that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will radically reshape economic policies and supercharge growth might soon need re-examining.
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 15:09:18 EST
  AirAsia Flight 8501 Fuselage Recovered
Searchers have recovered the fuselage of AirAsia Flight 8501, which crashed into the Java Sea late last year, an Indonesian official said.
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 22:45:26 EST
  Better Plane Tracking to Be Tested
Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia will lead a trial to enhance the tracking of aircraft over remote oceans, allowing planes to be more easily found should they vanish like Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Australia’s transport minister said.
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 22:41:44 EST
  Violent End to Activist's Career as Democracy Dims in Russia
Boris Nemtsov’s nearly three-decade career as a liberal activist traced the arc of Russia’s now-dimmed and tarnished hopes for democracy and reform after the Soviet Union’s collapse.
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 22:58:52 EST
  Berkshire Hathaway Posts Lower Profits
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway posted lower earnings for the fourth quarter amid investment derivative gains of $192 million.
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 11:45:55 EST
  Emerging-Market Currencies Tumble
Currencies in some of the world’s biggest emerging markets tumbled Friday, as investors fret over slowing economies and signals that central banks are willing to take extra stimulus measures to juice up growth.
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 21:33:24 EST
  U.S. Presses China on Technology Rules
U.S. officials and business groups are objecting to a draft Chinese antiterrorism law that they say will serve as a new way for Beijing to acquire proprietary information or nudge foreign technology companies out of the vast market.
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 07:06:20 EST
  Japan Pension-Fund Return Climbs on Riskier Bets
Japan’s $1.2 trillion public-pension fund generated its second-highest return ever last quarter, benefiting from moves into foreign assets and domestic stocks while helping support a rally in the Tokyo stock market.
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 20:09:39 EST
  Russia Weighs Chinese Investment in Energy Reserves
Russia will consider allowing Chinese investors to take stakes of more than 50% in its strategic oil and gas fields, reversing years of opposition as the Kremlin searches for investment needed to develop its reserves.
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 12:33:31 EST






 
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