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Bridging the Belt and Road
Speculation about Malaysia's future economic priorities have frequently focused on the country's oil and gas reserves, palm oil production, high-tech manufacturing, real estate and, of course, tourism.
1 Nov 2017
Cambodia’s Road to Development
Work on the much-anticipated 190-kilometre, 25-metre-wide Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville expressway is expected to begin by the end of the year.
24 Oct 2017
Who will Win in a “Drawbridge-up” World?
Scaled-back global trade, political conservatism, economic uncertainty in Europe and North America – who stands to win from the intensifying headwinds that have buffeted the global economy from growing protectionism in the West?
17 Oct 2017
Belt and Road Investment Soars in Malaysia
The level of Chinese investment in Malaysia grew by an astonishing 119 per cent in 2016, with a further 64 per cent surge recorded in the first quarter of the current year.
10 Oct 2017
Six years after the first "Think Asia, Think Hong Kong" was launched in London, the large-scale Hong Kong business promotion, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), returned to the United Kingdom in September 2017.
3 Oct 2017
Indonesia's plan to double the use of renewable energy over the next 10 years has been widely welcomed by solar firms and green technology companies across the world.
27 Sept 2017
Paving the Way for Belt and Road
Three years since Chinese President Xi Jinping unveiled the Belt and Road Initiative, the game-changing economic and development blueprint has begun taking shape.
20 Sept 2017
Southeast Asia’s Lifestyle Consumers
Hong Kong trade with its second-largest trading partner looks set to expand following the conclusion of three years of negotiations on a free trade agreement with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
15 Sept 2017
Clean Bill of Health
Despite global political uncertainties and a sluggish economic outlook, US business consultancy Frost & Sullivan predicts a massive increase in healthcare spending across the Asia-Pacific.
6 Sept 2017
Build Them, and They will Come
With tourism a high priority for Indonesia, the sector not surprisingly is integrated into the country's Special Economic Zone (SEZ) programme.
29 Aug 2017
Nothing focuses minds like the prospect of a looming disruption.
22 Aug 2017
Trading Scheme Connects with Investors
Bond Connect, a cross-border trading scheme providing access to China’s US$9 trillion bond market via the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), saw more than Rmb7 billion (US$1 billion) worth of Chinese mainland bonds traded by international investors on its July launch.
17 Aug 2017
Accelerating Thailand’s SEZ Programme
When it comes to developing Special Economic Zones (SEZs), Thailand was something of a late starter.
9 Aug 2017
Food, Glorious Food
In 2016, Hong Kong people ate their way through 860 tonnes of rice, 2,323 tonnes of vegetables, and eight tonnes of premium beef.
1 Aug 2017
Asia Leads the Way in Online Sales
Asia-Pacific is the largest region in terms of online retail sales, containing both the largest market – China – and the fastest-growing – India – according to a recent report by the US research group, Forrester Data.
26 July 2017
Rebalancing Malaysia’s Economic Growth
The development of Malaysia's growing number of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) is being shaped by several investment requirements related to the Belt and Road Initiative, as well as by a change in government priorities.
18 July 2017
Connecting Asia through IoT
"Making $ense in a Connected World" was the mission statement of this year’s IoT Asia, held in Singapore in March.
11 July 2017
While Internet penetration in Africa is growing steadily, the gap between urban-connected people and the digitally disenfranchised rural population is a growing cause for concern.
4 July 2017
Italian Start-ups Iterate Success in Hong Kong
Out of more than 2,000 start-ups that have set up in Hong Kong over the past two years, 35 per cent of the companies were started by expatriate entrepreneurs.
27 June 2017
Hong Kong Exports Gather Steam
Hong Kong’s export sentiment has reached a four-year high, according to the latest Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Export Index.
21 June 2017
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