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The world has come to see monetary policy as the main instrument for fine-tuning growth and, hence, keeping inflation at bay. Raising rates will simply draw in more capital, leaving financial conditions highly stimulative.

Rapid currency appreciation might help cut off those funds.

Put bluntly: if officials cannot fine-tune corporate activity by adjusting the cost of funding, they may still tinker with the effective tax rates that firms pay.

This should be structured as a temporary surcharge, to be levied in times of overheating activity, but to be dropped when the economy turns.

KOREA: To Bolster New System for Mobile Payment Korea to Forge Mobile Commerce Network Korea to Invest 54.3b Won in Smart TV Development Seoul to Launch Online Oil Market Financial Firms Ordered to Report Cyber Security Financial Industry to Tighten IT Security INDONESIA: RI Takes Steps to Improve Healthcare Services LAOS: Growth of Lao PDR's Economy Driven by Rich Natural Resources Laos Makes Progress in WTO Accession PHILIPPINES: Businesses Find ASEAN an Attractive Region for Investments - Survey Gov't to Continue Reaching Out to Critics of Fuel Subsidy for PUJ Drivers Jobs, Services, Livelihood for OFWs All Set on Labor Day THAILAND: Sustaining Growth, Competitiveness, and Stability Revision of Thailand's Export Growth Target for 2011 Better Social Security for Older Persons Bright Prospects for Thailand's Investment Situation VIET NAM: Many Workers Labour Under FIE Employment Conditions BANGLADESH: ICT Industry to Benefit from New Hi-Tech Survey Online Banking in Bangladesh IT Education in a Mess DCCI Identifies IT, Telecom as Growth Drivers; Suggests Guidelines to Ensure Entry in Top 30-Economies of World An E-content Repository for Bangladesh INDIA: J&K Mulls ICT Initiatives to Save Forests E-Toilets: New Face of Sanitation in India India Census 2011 SRI LANKA: E-Passport Soon Sri Lanka Ends 2010 with 17.2 Mln Mobile Users Sri Lanka to Develop Environmental Resource Database NEPAL: Govt to Guarantee Peace, Constitution to Bring About Economic Dev: PM PAKISTAN: UN Engages Pakistani Youth in Economic Growth Indian Commerce Minister Call on PM Hasina for Combined Efforts to Alleviate Poverty from South Asia AZERBAIJAN: IT Ministry to Discuss Safety and Reliability of Postal Services Baku Social Trading Platform Gains Momentum A Seminar on the Theme "Influence of Technology, Social Media and Journalism on Intercultural Relations" Held in Baku Azerbaijan Applies 'Single-Window' Registration for Imported Vehicles Azerbaijan to Create E-System of Real Estate Registration Azerbaijan Enters New Stage of Social-Economic Development and Enforcing Corruption Is One of Directions of This Policy Azerbaijani Ministry to Participate in Discussing Postal Service Sector IRAQ: Zain Hails Commercial Launch of Services in Kurdistan KAZAKHSTAN: Strategic Development Plan till 2020 Promotes High Investment Activity and Economic Growth Kazakhstan Education Ministry to Launch E-Learning System UZBEKISTAN: Open Up Its Economy to China Rather than Europe AUSTRALIA: Brisbane to Be Its E-Health "Super Site" PNG Faces Economic Challenge NIUE: Set Up Own Internet Service NEW ZEALAND: Implement New B2B Technology NZ Councils to Reap Benefits from New Information Management System New Cyber-Security Survey Shows Alarming Lack of Knowledge Rural Broadband Initiative Underway Public Must Be Reassured on Broadband Deals PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Informal Economy Must Be Recognised, Says Expert SOLOMON ISLANDS: Four Percent Growth Expected in 2012, Says ADB TONGA: Set Up Network to Connect Govt VANUATU: Sign Up to 'Information Highway' IMF Gives Tick to 'Unbalanced' Global Economy The Pacific Was Won by Internet Capital Inflow Surges to Emerging Markets Pose Risks: IMF S&P Says Inflation, Rising Interest Rates Present Challenges for Banks in Asia-Pacific APEC Offers Support for Commercially Sustainable Microfinance ASEAN Exchanges Sets Another Landmark for Economic Integration Asia Starved of Finance Professionals: Robert Half CHINA: Central Departments Issue Budgets to Public China Allocates 22.5 Bln Yuan to Reward Major Grain-producing Counties Banks to Face Tougher Tasks of Liquidity Management China Sets Social Financing at 14 Trln Yuan This Year HK Legislature Passes Budget 2011-12 China to Tax High Earners Heavily New Hike in Reserves for Banks China Regulator Orders New Round of Bank Stress Tests on Property Loans China Implements Price Fraud Checks amid High Inflation JAPAN: BOJ to Loan ¥1 Trillion to Hard-hit Firms Gov't Eyes Y1 Tril for Post-quake Employment Measures Gov't to Expand Financial Aid for Students After Quake Japan Mulls 'Disaster Bonds' SOUTH KOREA: Seoul to Levy Tax for Transactions Among Affiliates Korea Pension Fund to Expand Portfolio Korea to Provide W6.5tr Support for Key Sectors INDONESIA: Banks Still Accept 6.75 Pct Key Rate: BI LAOS: Germany Gives EUR31 Million to Laos for Development Purposes PM Urges Two Ministries of Planning and Finance to Generate More Income Low-income Residents to Get More Access to Soft Loans MALAYSIA: Supervisory Capabilities in Preventing Financial Woes PHILIPPINES: Phl Banks' Resources Reach P7.2 Trillion in End-2010 PHL FCDUs Total Resources Rise by 11.8% in '10 SINGAPORE: To Become Chinese Yuan Trader VIET NAM: Foreign Currency Free Market Opening Again, Quietly INDIA: Growth Forecast Strong, but Inflation Remains a Threat SRI LANKA: To See Simplified Tax System Sri Lanka Central Bank Presses for Reforms to State Entities NEPAL: Upcoming Budget to Focus on Uplifting Living Standard of Rural Poor, Women: Finance Minister Finance Minister Adhikari Releases White Paper on National Economy WB's Assistance of US$ 125m to Nepal for Poverty Reduction, Food Security PAKISTAN: Govt Decides to Involve Provinces in Budget Making Inflation in Pakistan Highest in the Region: ADB ARMENIA: President Pledges Tax Breaks for Innovative Manufacturers AZERBAIJAN: The World Bank Allocates an Additional $ 32 Million for Project of Modernization of Azerbaijan's Judicial System UZBEKISTAN: BPC Banking Secures Payment Processing Platform Contract AUSTRALIA: Transport, Electricity Concerns Ahead of Budget Talks Massive Budget Cuts Expected in May Australian Reserve Bank Keeps Rates Firmly on Hold: Economist

The world has come to see monetary policy as the main instrument for fine-tuning growth and, hence, keeping inflation at bay. Raising rates will simply draw in more capital, leaving financial conditions highly stimulative.Rapid currency appreciation might help cut off those funds.Put bluntly: if officials cannot fine-tune corporate activity by adjusting the cost of funding, they may still tinker with the effective tax rates that firms pay.This should be structured as a temporary surcharge, to be levied in times of overheating activity, but to be dropped when the economy turns.

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The world has come to see monetary policy as the main instrument for fine-tuning growth and, hence, keeping inflation at bay. Raising rates will simply draw in more capital, leaving financial conditions highly stimulative.

Rapid currency appreciation might help cut off those funds.

Put bluntly: if officials cannot fine-tune corporate activity by adjusting the cost of funding, they may still tinker with the effective tax rates that firms pay.

This should be structured as a temporary surcharge, to be levied in times of overheating activity, but to be dropped when the economy turns.

KOREA: To Bolster New System for Mobile Payment Korea to Forge Mobile Commerce Network Korea to Invest 54.3b Won in Smart TV Development Seoul to Launch Online Oil Market Financial Firms Ordered to Report Cyber Security Financial Industry to Tighten IT Security INDONESIA: RI Takes Steps to Improve Healthcare Services LAOS: Growth of Lao PDR's Economy Driven by Rich Natural Resources Laos Makes Progress in WTO Accession PHILIPPINES: Businesses Find ASEAN an Attractive Region for Investments - Survey Gov't to Continue Reaching Out to Critics of Fuel Subsidy for PUJ Drivers Jobs, Services, Livelihood for OFWs All Set on Labor Day THAILAND: Sustaining Growth, Competitiveness, and Stability Revision of Thailand's Export Growth Target for 2011 Better Social Security for Older Persons Bright Prospects for Thailand's Investment Situation VIET NAM: Many Workers Labour Under FIE Employment Conditions BANGLADESH: ICT Industry to Benefit from New Hi-Tech Survey Online Banking in Bangladesh IT Education in a Mess DCCI Identifies IT, Telecom as Growth Drivers; Suggests Guidelines to Ensure Entry in Top 30-Economies of World An E-content Repository for Bangladesh INDIA: J&K Mulls ICT Initiatives to Save Forests E-Toilets: New Face of Sanitation in India India Census 2011 SRI LANKA: E-Passport Soon Sri Lanka Ends 2010 with 17.2 Mln Mobile Users Sri Lanka to Develop Environmental Resource Database NEPAL: Govt to Guarantee Peace, Constitution to Bring About Economic Dev: PM PAKISTAN: UN Engages Pakistani Youth in Economic Growth Indian Commerce Minister Call on PM Hasina for Combined Efforts to Alleviate Poverty from South Asia AZERBAIJAN: IT Ministry to Discuss Safety and Reliability of Postal Services Baku Social Trading Platform Gains Momentum A Seminar on the Theme "Influence of Technology, Social Media and Journalism on Intercultural Relations" Held in Baku Azerbaijan Applies 'Single-Window' Registration for Imported Vehicles Azerbaijan to Create E-System of Real Estate Registration Azerbaijan Enters New Stage of Social-Economic Development and Enforcing Corruption Is One of Directions of This Policy Azerbaijani Ministry to Participate in Discussing Postal Service Sector IRAQ: Zain Hails Commercial Launch of Services in Kurdistan KAZAKHSTAN: Strategic Development Plan till 2020 Promotes High Investment Activity and Economic Growth Kazakhstan Education Ministry to Launch E-Learning System UZBEKISTAN: Open Up Its Economy to China Rather than Europe AUSTRALIA: Brisbane to Be Its E-Health "Super Site" PNG Faces Economic Challenge NIUE: Set Up Own Internet Service NEW ZEALAND: Implement New B2B Technology NZ Councils to Reap Benefits from New Information Management System New Cyber-Security Survey Shows Alarming Lack of Knowledge Rural Broadband Initiative Underway Public Must Be Reassured on Broadband Deals PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Informal Economy Must Be Recognised, Says Expert SOLOMON ISLANDS: Four Percent Growth Expected in 2012, Says ADB TONGA: Set Up Network to Connect Govt VANUATU: Sign Up to 'Information Highway' IMF Gives Tick to 'Unbalanced' Global Economy The Pacific Was Won by Internet Capital Inflow Surges to Emerging Markets Pose Risks: IMF S&P Says Inflation, Rising Interest Rates Present Challenges for Banks in Asia-Pacific APEC Offers Support for Commercially Sustainable Microfinance ASEAN Exchanges Sets Another Landmark for Economic Integration Asia Starved of Finance Professionals: Robert Half CHINA: Central Departments Issue Budgets to Public China Allocates 22.5 Bln Yuan to Reward Major Grain-producing Counties Banks to Face Tougher Tasks of Liquidity Management China Sets Social Financing at 14 Trln Yuan This Year HK Legislature Passes Budget 2011-12 China to Tax High Earners Heavily New Hike in Reserves for Banks China Regulator Orders New Round of Bank Stress Tests on Property Loans China Implements Price Fraud Checks amid High Inflation JAPAN: BOJ to Loan ¥1 Trillion to Hard-hit Firms Gov't Eyes Y1 Tril for Post-quake Employment Measures Gov't to Expand Financial Aid for Students After Quake Japan Mulls 'Disaster Bonds' SOUTH KOREA: Seoul to Levy Tax for Transactions Among Affiliates Korea Pension Fund to Expand Portfolio Korea to Provide W6.5tr Support for Key Sectors INDONESIA: Banks Still Accept 6.75 Pct Key Rate: BI LAOS: Germany Gives EUR31 Million to Laos for Development Purposes PM Urges Two Ministries of Planning and Finance to Generate More Income Low-income Residents to Get More Access to Soft Loans MALAYSIA: Supervisory Capabilities in Preventing Financial Woes PHILIPPINES: Phl Banks' Resources Reach P7.2 Trillion in End-2010 PHL FCDUs Total Resources Rise by 11.8% in '10 SINGAPORE: To Become Chinese Yuan Trader VIET NAM: Foreign Currency Free Market Opening Again, Quietly INDIA: Growth Forecast Strong, but Inflation Remains a Threat SRI LANKA: To See Simplified Tax System Sri Lanka Central Bank Presses for Reforms to State Entities NEPAL: Upcoming Budget to Focus on Uplifting Living Standard of Rural Poor, Women: Finance Minister Finance Minister Adhikari Releases White Paper on National Economy WB's Assistance of US$ 125m to Nepal for Poverty Reduction, Food Security PAKISTAN: Govt Decides to Involve Provinces in Budget Making Inflation in Pakistan Highest in the Region: ADB ARMENIA: President Pledges Tax Breaks for Innovative Manufacturers AZERBAIJAN: The World Bank Allocates an Additional $ 32 Million for Project of Modernization of Azerbaijan's Judicial System UZBEKISTAN: BPC Banking Secures Payment Processing Platform Contract AUSTRALIA: Transport, Electricity Concerns Ahead of Budget Talks Massive Budget Cuts Expected in May Australian Reserve Bank Keeps Rates Firmly on Hold: Economist $1b to Be Cut from Public Service Spending Company Tax Cut to Cost $3bn Said Greens FIJI: US$20 Mil Data Centre NEW ZEALAND: Spend $US6 Billion Rebuilding Christchurch PAPUA NEW GUINEA: O'Neill Lauds World Bank Efforts CHINA: National Industry Federation Urges Private Companies Not to Raise Prices China to Boost IC Sector as 'State Strategy' JAPAN: PM Says Wants TEPCO to Remain Private Company NGO Efforts to Meet Japan's Needs LAOS: Govt Urges Private Sector to Develop Markets Private Sector Wants Minimum Wage to Reflect Inflation Inflation Can Benefit Low-cost Businesses MALAYSIA: New SME Loan Scheme Gets Mixed Feedback SMEs Must Innovate to Be Global Small Firms Banking on Ties with MNCs VIET NAM: Banks' Policy to Restrict Lending Keep SMEs Away INDIA: ADB Providing $150 Million Credit Guarantees to Scale Up India's Solar Power Sector SRI LANKA: Textile Sector Unaltered by Suspension of EU Trade Agreement 29 March 2011 NEPAL: ADB Grant to Spur Agribusiness, Higher Incomes in Nepal's Mountain Districts Govt Urged to Promote Cottage and Small Industries ARMENIA: Orange Armenia Launches New TV Schedule Service AZERBAIJAN: Cisco Focused on Promoting New-Generation Networking Technologies Baku to Host Seminar on Business Models ISRAEL: Mo C Launches Tender for Two New 3G Concessions IRAQ: Asking Companies to Bid for New Energy Licenses in June KAZAKHSTAN: Planning to Build 1100 New Industrial Enterprises till 2014 To Fight Inflation, Asia Needs to Tighten Fiscal Policy ASIA is grappling with inflation.

b to Be Cut from Public Service Spending Company Tax Cut to Cost bn Said Greens FIJI: US Mil Data Centre NEW ZEALAND: Spend $US6 Billion Rebuilding Christchurch PAPUA NEW GUINEA: O'Neill Lauds World Bank Efforts CHINA: National Industry Federation Urges Private Companies Not to Raise Prices China to Boost IC Sector as 'State Strategy' JAPAN: PM Says Wants TEPCO to Remain Private Company NGO Efforts to Meet Japan's Needs LAOS: Govt Urges Private Sector to Develop Markets Private Sector Wants Minimum Wage to Reflect Inflation Inflation Can Benefit Low-cost Businesses MALAYSIA: New SME Loan Scheme Gets Mixed Feedback SMEs Must Innovate to Be Global Small Firms Banking on Ties with MNCs VIET NAM: Banks' Policy to Restrict Lending Keep SMEs Away INDIA: ADB Providing 0 Million Credit Guarantees to Scale Up India's Solar Power Sector SRI LANKA: Textile Sector Unaltered by Suspension of EU Trade Agreement 29 March 2011 NEPAL: ADB Grant to Spur Agribusiness, Higher Incomes in Nepal's Mountain Districts Govt Urged to Promote Cottage and Small Industries ARMENIA: Orange Armenia Launches New TV Schedule Service AZERBAIJAN: Cisco Focused on Promoting New-Generation Networking Technologies Baku to Host Seminar on Business Models ISRAEL: Mo C Launches Tender for Two New 3G Concessions IRAQ: Asking Companies to Bid for New Energy Licenses in June KAZAKHSTAN: Planning to Build 1100 New Industrial Enterprises till 2014 To Fight Inflation, Asia Needs to Tighten Fiscal Policy ASIA is grappling with inflation.

Yes, balances have improved sharply since the dark days of the Global Financial Crisis.

Simply raising spending, without hiking taxes, boosts growth and fans inflation further, thus eventually hurting everyone.

Moreover, price controls and subsidies distort incentives, encouraging consumption and dissuading investment.

To Fight Inflation, Asia Needs to Tighten Fiscal Policy World Bank Increases Support for Gender Equality SAARC Tackles Poverty with Action Plan ADB Says Inflation 'Top Priority' for Asia 10th Boao Forum to Focus on "Inclusive Development" Boao Forum to Bring Prosperity to Developing Countries in Asia ADB Has Released the Working Paper on the Accountability Mechanism Policy Review CHINA: Issuing New Judicial Rules to Further Encourage Mediation China's Cabinet Approves Individual Business Legislation China Issues White Paper on National Defense China Clarifies Rules on Internet Distribution of Publications Revised Military Secrets Regulation to Take Effect in May China Issues Measures to Prevent Official Graft China Issues Rules to Crack Down on High-tech Frauds China Orders Inspection on Enforcement of Food Safety Law New Regulation to Promote Administration on China's Local State-owned Assets: SASAC Wages to Double Within Five Years: Ministry China to Implement New Internet Regulation: MIIT China Issues White Paper on Foreign Aid Legislature Adopts Revisions to Road Safety Law JAPAN: Relocation Plan Eyed for Disaster Areas Japan Aims to Rebuild Without New Debt Japan Will 'Never Abandon' Tsunami Victims: PM Disaster-hit Businesses to Be Exempted from Paying into Insurance Plans Gov't Panel Agrees on Tax-relief Measures for Quake Victims Panel Starts Work on Compensation Guidelines for Nuclear Crisis Cabinet Approves Bill to Revise Info Disclosure Law Gov't to Review Growth Strategy After Quake SOUTH KOREA: Regulator Toughens Card Firm Regulations Cabinet OKs Bill on Compliance Counsel Korea Toughens Rules on Japan Food Panel Agrees on Legal Reform Bill MONGOLIA: Government Plans 70,000 New Jobs This Year INDONESIA: Govt Offers 3 Million Hectares for Plantations Government to Push Infrastructure Growth Chamber of Commerce Calls for ACFTA Renegotiation Infrastructure, Not Cheap Labor to Attract Investors: Vice President LAOS: Looking to Develop Special Economic Zone Strategy No Timeframe for WTO Membership: Commerce Minister MALAYSIA: Renewable Energy Bill Passed Council Planning Ways to Build Affordable Houses Move Against Excessive Profiteering PHILIPPINES: Government Aims Doubling Jobs in Philippine Dairy Production DAR Widens Marketing Network for Agrarian Beneficiaries THAILAND: Government Supports the Tourism Industry in Thailand and the ASEAN Region Developing Community Economy in Response to Thailand Reform Setting Up of the Farmer Welfare Fund INDIA: Law to Make Electronic Service Delivery Compulsory India in Need of a Dedicated Cyber Security Policy Food Security Bill to Be Finalised Soon India's m-Governance Policy Draft Tabled Next Five Year Plan to Aim at Double-Digit Growth NEPAL: Govt.

Announces Action Plan to Free Nation from Load Shedding Within Five Years Govt Launches Scheme to Mitigate Power Crisis PAKISTAN: Government to Formulate New Media Policy NA Told Upcoming Energy Conservation Plan NA Approves Election Laws (Amendment) Bill 2011 AZERBAIJAN: Special Services Will Further Contribute to Successful Implementation of Modernization and Renewal Policy New Law on Compulsory Insurances Not to Have Significant Impact on Property Prices in Azerbaijan New State Program in Youth Policy Will Increase Welfare of Azerbaijani Youth KYRGYZSTAN: Parliament Approves Draft Laws on Elections and Reforming Electoral System KAZAKHSTAN: Government Proposes to Amend Employment Legislation New Social Program Implemented in Kazakhstan TAJIKISTAN: To Work Out New Law on Police IFC to Support the Government in Developing Public Private Partnership Law TURKMENISTAN: Launching UN Project on Ecology AUSTRALIA: Release Five-Year ICT Strategic Vision Australia Releases Cloud Computing Guide Australia Releases Strategy for G-Cloud COOK ISLANDS: Establish Retirement Industry NEW ZEALAND: Canterbury Reconstruction Bill Passed NZ Supports Changes to Royal Succession Rules: PM PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Govt to Draw Up New Trade Policy SOLOMON ISLANDS: Back Traditional Law VANUATU: New Foreign Business Halted Citizen Security, Justice and Jobs Key to Breaking Cycles of Political and Criminal Violence: World Bank Report IMF Chief Says No New Targets for Social Goals World Bank to Step Up Efforts to Fight Corruption Asia Needs More Women Leaders Ministerial Forum Calls for ITU to Establish a Pacific Regional Presence NE Asia Ministers Vow Work Toward Investment Pact SCO Military Chiefs Meet in Shanghai on Defense, Security CHINA: More Disabled People Receive Government Assistance in 2010 China Steps Up Railway Industry Reform China Moves to Reform Public Institutions China to Recruit 10,000 College Graduates for Support in Western Regions Premier Wen Lays Out Key Areas for Deepening Economic Reforms in 2011 China Orders Gov't Websites to Address Public Concerns Micro Blogs Popular Among Officials JAPAN: Gov't to Delay Work on Social Security Reform Due to Quake Gov't Eyes Using Social Security Number System to Help Survivors Gov't to Establish Reconstruction Task Force, Nuclear Crisis Panel Japan's Creaking Legal System S.

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