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How to address cybersecurity challenges

30 Dec 2016

It’s no secret that cybersecurity threats and even attacks are on the rise. Businesses, governments and even everyday citizens are struggling to keep up with the increased sophistication and efforts o...Read More


China vows stricter oversight of offshore investments

1 Dec 2016

China will further strengthen oversight of offshore investment by state-owned companies to clamp down on a rising flow of money out of the country...Read More


China GDP grows 6.7% in third quarter, in line with expectations

19 Oct 2016

China’s economy grew 6.7 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, steady from the previous quarter and in line with market expectations...Read More


Belt & Road: A chance for HK to reshape its economic structure

5 Oct 2016

Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah led a business delegation to Kazakhstan last month to explore trade and economic cooperation opportunities with the Central Asian nation....Read More


IMF urges action on trade slowdown, low inflation

28 Sept 2016

The International Monetary Fund has urged global action to reverse a slowdown in trade and economic growth...Read More


Why China Stocks in HK Have More Upside

13 April 2015

China is set to speed up capital market reform and capital account liberalization within this year, going by the pronouncements of the top leaders during the recent parliamentary sessions...Read More


Chinese Carmakers’ Capacity Utilization Rate May Fall to 70%

19 March 2015

China’s carmakers are seeing their average factory utilization rate being pushed down amid slowing sales growth and rising stock of unsold vehicles...Read More


India Plans New Industrial Revolution of Its Own

12 Jan 2015

India aims to become a global manufacturing power by focusing on “entirely new industries” such as solar technology, LED lighting, small cars, medical appliances and weapons, Financial Times reported,...Read More


Hong Kong’s ultra rich population up 5% as assets grow 12%

19 Nov 2014

Hong Kong’s ultra rich are not only getting richer, their ranks are also growing. The city’s population of individuals with net assets of US$30 million or more has grown more than 4.5 percent this yea...Read More


China Telecom Jumps into 4G, Out Of Airports

23 July 2014

China Telecom (00728.HK; CHA.US) could quickly regain the growth momentum it lost in the first half of this year, with word that the smallest of the nation’s three mobile carriers has already launched...Read More


Regulator Eases on E-Commerce, Gets Tough on Internet TV

15 July 2014

Two major regulatory moves could have opposite effects for different areas of the internet, providing relief for e-commerce firms while posing yet another new challenge for online video operators...Read More


Chinese yuan forging ahead in quest for global status

18 June 2014

Last month’s US$400 billion, 30-year deal on natural gas between China and Russia, the biggest such deal ever, has implications beyond energy resources and bilateral relations. For one thing, it reaff...Read More


China’s financial reforms: ‘Big bang’ or caution?

5 June 2014

Chinese government officials, academics and policy advisors have been debating heatedly the sequencing of China’s financial reforms. The official line is to implement the different reforms simultaneou...Read More


Why China likes to tinker with bank reserve ratio

4 June 2014

As more indicators show the Chinese economy is facing rising pressure to slow down, calls grow for a cut in the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) for commercial lenders. Whether the government should he...Read More


Down but not out — a little more upside left in yuan

22 May 2014

The ongoing cycle of yuan depreciation seems to be long and deep. The currency has fallen by more than 3 percent against the US dollar this year, reversing the appreciation that came after the end of ...Read More


How China will transform the market in five years

13 May 2014

The State Council has issued a document outlining nine broad-ranging capital market reform principles for the next five years....Read More


China growth slowdown engineered by choice

9 May 2014

China’s economic slowdown is mostly a sign of Beijing’s attempts to fix the country's economic woes rather than the result of economic woes, as many have wrongly assumed....Read More


Asia's hidden economic woes, and why China can't help

17 April 2014

Asia’s growth is slowing. Global liquidity is becoming less ample as the US Federal Reserve tapers its quantitative easing program, while China’s economic expansion, on which regional growth has becom...Read More


China-EU honeymoon to continue

4 April 2014

President Xi Jinping’s just-concluded visit to Europe shows that the honeymoon between China and the European Union is not over yet...Read More


China morphs into capital-exporting country

1 April 2014

Over the past 35 years, China has mesmerized the world as it transformed itself from one of the world’s poorest countries into its second largest economy and top trading nation...Read More

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