William PesekFormer Bloomberg View Columnist
William Pesek is based in Tokyo and writes on economics, markets and politics throughout the Asia-Pacific region. His journalism awards include the 2010 Society of American Business Editors and Writers prize for commentary.
The world is better able to withstand a true downturn.
Tokyo is desperate to keep its biggest growth engine running.
Xi Jinping can't get out of his share of economic reform.
Tantrums won't help Beijing's push for economic reforms.
The problem with 'It's our currency, but it's your problem.'