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Industry Outcry Sees India Postpone Phone Components Import Levy

14 Feb 2019

Bid to accelerate domestic electronics manufacturing programme by increasing import costs falters at first hurdle....Read More

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Taiwan's Rebooted Textiles Sector Set to Benefit Hong Kong Businesses

13 Feb 2019

With Taiwan's reengineered textiles sector set to take a lead in the global functional fabrics segment, there may be a number of collaborative opportunities for Hong Kong businesses on the distributio...Read More

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IoT: Technology Over-Hyped and Under-Secure, Says Singapore Expo

12 Feb 2019

Despite impressive headline figures outlining the growth of the sector, some at Internet of Things World Asia were concerned that the technology had been over-sold, resulting in an increasingly scepti...Read More

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BRI-Backed Power Plant Set to Reduce Cambodia's Energy Shortfall

1 Feb 2019

US$781 million Sesan II hydroelectric facility tipped to cut country's reliance on imported energy as demand soars....Read More

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FinTech Forum Focuses on Financial Inclusion and Global Co-operation

30 Jan 2019

While celebrating several landmark Asian financial inclusion achievements, the third Singapore FinTech Festival also called for the adoption of international data security standards and greater interc...Read More

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Bangladesh's First PPP Project Set to Be Delivered Via BRI Backing

18 Jan 2019

Essential US$364 million Dhaka bypass to be built and operated by Chengdu-based Sichuan Road and Bridge Group....Read More

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Magic's Last Hurrah Leaves Japanese Fashion Still Elderly-Fixated

16 Jan 2019

While 2018 may have marked the end of the road for IFF-Magic, Japan's style sector continues to wend its singular way, with the affluent elderly still clearly topping the target list of even the count...Read More

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Taiwan's Machinery Sector Recalibrates in Wake of US-China Trade War

15 Jan 2019

With its two mega-markets at protracted loggerheads, Taiwan's US$35.6 billion machine-manufacturing sector has been forced to weather diminishing demand and empty order books, but is now pinning its h...Read More

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Asian Content Goes Global While Pay TV Seeks Out New Business Model

10 Jan 2019

With Asia-sourced video content suddenly surging and winning over English-language viewers, the only cloud on the horizon at the Asia Television Forum was the fact that young audiences are proving hig...Read More

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Bangladesh Set to Overtake China as Leading Global Clothing Producer

7 Jan 2019

Could mainland manufacturers be set to lose out to their Bangladeshi counterparts in the international garment production stakes? There were plenty of exhibitors at the Apparel Sourcing show who certa...Read More

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Indian Cinema Looks to China After Disappointing Streaming Let-Down

19 Dec 2018

With it now widely-accepted that the local and global streaming services are snubbing independent movies in favour of episodic content, a number of unexpected successes in the mainland market are givi...Read More

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Thawing China-Philippines Ties Fuels Power Generation Imports

14 Dec 2018

With businesses across the Philippines on an avowed mission to build, build, build, Chinese companies have been swift to see the emerging possibility of ramping up exports of mainland-sourced manufact...Read More

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Final Go-ahead Inches Closer for Essential Myanmar BRI Deep-Sea Port

13 Dec 2018

With funding for phase one finally agreed, the development of the Kyaukphyu Port no longer seems remote prospect....Read More

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Phone Fun and Virtual Reality Virtually Abandoned at Tokyo Game Show

11 Dec 2018

Consoles and PCs once again ruled at this year's Tokyo Game Show, with Virtual Reality relegated to the realms of future possibility, while users looked to upgrade from phone gaming to the enhanced ex...Read More

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Taiwan's Local Election Results Seen as Presaging Closer Mainland Ties

10 Dec 2018

With the recent local elections seen as giving the incumbent DPP something of a bloody nose, many are now expecting the party to revise its hard-line approach to cross-Strait ties or face almost certa...Read More

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Asian Businesses Urged to Embrace Smart Factories and AI Technology

4 Dec 2018

With only 2% of businesses having embarked on the Industrie 4.0 reinvention process, delegates at this year's Industry of Things Asia expo couldn't help but confess themselves somewhat perplexed at th...Read More

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Cyber-Security Conference Singles Out IoT as Largest Looming Threat

29 Nov 2018

Data breaches may be collectively costing Asia-Pacific-based businesses more than US$1.75 trillion a year, according to delegates as this year's RSA Conference, with the wider adoption of the Internet...Read More

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BRI Hub Boosts Logistics and Economic Connections Across SE Asia

28 Nov 2018

China-backed SEZ set to transform transport and manufacturing ties between China, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar....Read More

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BRI Restores Classic Silk Road China-Pakistan Link to Active Service

23 Nov 2018

Gansu-Islamabad road and rail connection boosts local economy and facilitates rapid transit to upgraded port....Read More

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New Focus at Tokyo Film Festival Sees Hollywood Out of the Picture

20 Nov 2018

Signs that Hollywood and the local film industry have fallen out of love were clearly evident at the Tokyo International Film Festival, with the US now romancing China and Japan, and looking to carry ...Read More

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