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Addressing Vietnam’s Supply Chain Shortfall
Vietnam's status as one of the fastest-growing Asian economies has largely been driven by the expansion of its manufacturing industries and, more specifically, by its burgeoning electronics sector.
1 March 2017
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Collaborative Technology: Trade’s New Trend
Bankers’ projections, e-commerce players’ experiences and trade developments signal growing use of the latest online software and techniques to trade successfully.
23 Feb 2017
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SME Support in Southeast Asia
Starting a business has never been easier in Malaysia, according to participants at the SME Solutions Expo last September in Kuala Lumpur.
20 Feb 2017
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Styling Thailand Webcast
The second-largest economy in the 10-nation ASEAN community, Thailand also has the highest number of outside-ASEAN tourists, making it a solid international showcase for products and services from Hong Kong.
7 Feb 2017
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Gateway to Free Trade Webcast
The future of global trade dominated proceedings at this year’s Asian Financial Forum (AFF), held 16-17 January, in Hong Kong.
27 Jan 2017
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LinkedIn to Southeast Asia
Facebook is the undisputed social media leader in the B2C marketing sector across the ASEAN bloc, LinkedIn, however, is edging ahead as the B2B platform of choice.
25 Jan 2017
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Seeing the Light
This year's Indo LED & Light Expo, held last October, saw the majority of domestic and overseas manufacturers largely optimistic about prospects in Indonesia's LED lighting sector.
17 Jan 2017
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Global IPO Leader Webcast
Uncertainties such as the slow global economic recovery, Brexit, the presidential elections in the United States and rising interest rates led to a less-than-ideal worldwide fundraising climate, professional services firm PwC reports.
10 Jan 2017
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Mobile-first Market
By ASEAN standards, Indonesia has been a slow developer in terms of Internet penetration.
9 Jan 2017
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Mobile Marketing in Myanmar Webcast
In 2013, only seven per cent of Myanmar's population owned a mobile phone.
28 Dec 2016
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Forecast for Steady Trade in the New Year Podcast
Despite challenges facing the global economy, Hong Kong’s exports are expected to stabilise in 2017, with improvements in export value and volume compared to this year.
20 Dec 2016
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Fintech Future
Hong Kong has positioned itself as Asia’s premier Fintech hub for start-ups, accelerators, incubators and investors, with several leading Fintech companies already based in Hong Kong.
13 Dec 2016
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Cashing in on Credit
ASEAN's rapid economic growth – together with its typically young and tech-savvy population and astounding rate of digital adoption – has seen e-commerce revenue across the region grow the fastest in the world.
6 Dec 2016
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Business Friending in the Philippines
The Philippines is home to some of the world's keenest users of social media – particularly Facebook.
5 Dec 2016
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Bringing Franchise Partners Together
Ever since American fast-food chain McDonald’s opened the first of its Hong Kong outlets in 1975, franchised operations have been a stalwart of the city’s SME landscape.
22 Nov 2016
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Bucking the Global Trend
Global shipping may be in the doldrums, but participants at the 14th ASEAN Ports & Shipping 2016 tradeshow and conference in July were bullish about the future.
17 Nov 2016
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Hong Kong’s Partnership with “Pearl” of the Belt and Road Webcast
Construction is being stepped up on a key project within China’s Belt and Road Initiative – a major high-tech industrial park near the Belarus capital of Minsk, said to be China’s largest overseas investment project.
9 Nov 2016
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Poland Paves Way for Belt and Road Webcast
The opening of new warehousing facilities in Poland has been hailed as helping pave the way for China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.
7 Nov 2016
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Unlimited Potential Webcast
Connected living is the next frontier in today’s digital society.
26 Oct 2016
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Tax Cuts Benefit Corporate Treasuries
New tax rules, introduced in June, make Hong Kong more attractive for multinational corporations and Chinese mainland enterprises to set up headquarters and treasury functions in the city.
19 Oct 2016
 
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