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Russia Digs Deep in Face of China's Cryptocurrency Mining Supremacy

16 Oct 2018

Abandoned in the wake of the fall of the Soviet Union, Kaliningrad's factories are now the new bitcoin battlegrounds....Read More

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Non-Glam Automatons and Duller Droids Conquer Californian Robo-Expo

15 Oct 2018

While it's the drones and the self-driving cars that have long-lolled in the limelight, it's the more discreet mechanoids that have made real headway into high-tech manufacturing, digital diagnostics ...Read More

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BRI Backers Assume Control of Two Key Vietnamese Power Projects

11 Oct 2018

Mainland and Hong Kong contractors drafted in to steer struggling coal-fired power station developments....Read More

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Decline in Poland's Shoe Sector Blamed on Cheap China Imports

10 Oct 2018

With another domestic footwear manufacturer closing, Polish businesses see the cause as a surfeit of China-origin shoes....Read More

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Sanction-Busting Snacks Wow Moscow Consumers at Food Expo

9 Oct 2018

This year's Taste of Moscow event saw the chill of western trade embargoes briefly lift as globally-sourced gourmet delights and local restaurateurs jostled for the attention of munch-minded Muscovite...Read More

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Mainland Wig-Wearers Keen to Comb China International Hair Fair

8 Oct 2018

With toupees the must-have hair accessories for balding Beijingers and follically-challenged Foshans alike, this year's China International Hair Fair saw consumers willingly parting with their money i...Read More

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BRI-backed Tourism Projects Set to Reinvent Thailand's Top Resorts

4 Oct 2018

Mainland money has triggered a property boom in Thailand's most sought-after locations, with corporate and individual investors increasingly keen to secure a stake in one of the most popular vacation ...Read More

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Defunct Brands and Belarus Assembly Key to Russian TV Set Market

3 Oct 2018

Reviving brands familiar to Russian consumers, while benefiting from zero import tariffs between Eurasian Economic Union members, seen as prime means of taking on the Big Three manufacturers that now ...Read More

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BRI-Backed Southern Laos SEZ Gets Official Government Go-Ahead

2 Oct 2018

US$10 billion tourism-focused Khonphapheng Special Economic Zone project becomes latest China-Laos joint venture....Read More

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Newly Cost-Conscious US Data Centres Embrace Energy-Saving

27 Sept 2018

With electricity costs a growing issue for the world's expanding number of data centres, better value for money cooling systems, refurbished hardware and processors that do the work of multiple inferi...Read More

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Lack of Government Support Not Big Blow for US Wind-Power Industry

26 Sept 2018

While the Trump administration is rolling back state backing for renewable energy, and cutting the restrictions on fossil fuels, many are confident the US wind-power sector has sufficient momentum to ...Read More

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Filipino Film Industry Ponders Funding Problems and Cinema Shortfall

24 Sept 2018

Despite making more films than almost any other Southeast Asian nation, the Philippines' movie industry is suffering from dwindling domestic audiences and poor global sales. Can a new government initi...Read More

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High-Tech Trinkets Top Gift-Giving Preferences at Hong Kong Show

20 Sept 2018

Novelty is giving way to utility in the corporate gift-giving sector, with innovative, affordable tech gadgets now seen as the best way to truly endear yourself to end-users and to make yourself truly...Read More

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Long-Remembering Turkey Yet to Forgive Chinese Footwear Industry

19 Sept 2018

With Turkey's consumers and the stalwarts of its shoe sector still painfully recalling the toxic mainland-originated footwear imports of 2014, Chinese manufacturers still have a lot of making-up to do...Read More

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Taiwan Businesses Fear Being Caught in China-US Trade War Crossfire

18 Sept 2018

As the on-going US-China trade war looks set to go up several gears, Taiwan is keen to put contingency plans in place as the rift between two of its primary overseas markets threatens to imminently un...Read More

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AR and VR Proponents Say Commercial Applications Are Now a Reality

17 Sept 2018

After being billed as technological novelties for the best part of half a century, attendees at the recent AR & VR World event were confident that augmented and virtual reality products now represente...Read More

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