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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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South Korean Moviemakers Set Out to Conquer Global Streaming Sector

19 Nov 2018

Back on track after a few years in the wilderness, attendees at the Busan International Film Festival were keen to see South Korea's movies cross the digital frontier, while talk also focused on launc...Read More

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New Food, Health and Hotel Needs Transform Asia's Hospitality Sector

13 Nov 2018

While the growth in Asia's hospitality sector is still continuing to outpace the global average by a considerable margin, there are a number of obstacles that need to be overcome if its momentum is to...Read More

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After Smart Cities, Taiwan Looks to Nurture Smart Towns and Villages

12 Nov 2018

With the success of its intelligent urban-space initiatives internationally recognised, Taiwan is now digitally enfranchising its smaller communities, with a string of innovative healthcare, transport...Read More

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Demand Set to Far Outstrip Supply as India's Packaging Sector Soars

9 Nov 2018

While excess packaging practices are being curtailed in many mature markets, India weighs in with less surplus product padding per person than most. But that may be about to change, according to exhib...Read More

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Scandi Style Holds Sway at Economically-Resurgent Tokyo Gift Show

8 Nov 2018

Traditional Japanese goods reimagined with a Nordic twist was one of the noticeable trends at this year's Tokyo International Gift Show, as was the emphasis on aesthetics and the hints of rising deman...Read More

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BRI Funding Sees China and the Philippines Commit to Building Bridges

2 Nov 2018

Bridge-building initiative helps Beijing and Manila get over the troubled waters of the South China Sea dispute....Read More

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Asian Ingenuity Garners Global Attention at Singapore Innovation Expo

31 Oct 2018

This year's Innovfest Unbound event saw high-profile entrepreneurs from across the Asia-Pacific region keen to highlight their successes, while 350 eager start-ups listened, learned and pitched for th...Read More

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Changing Rooms Maintains its Focus on Japan's More Outré Outerwear

26 Oct 2018

Although forcibly relocated while preparations are under way for the looming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Rooms' reputation as Tokyo's most avant-garde fashion forum and most ambitious showcase remains w...Read More

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Asia-Pacific On Course to be World's Fastest-Growing Healthcare Region

24 Oct 2018

With lower costs, faster development and soaring economic growth, the Asia-Pacific region may be set to take a lead in the development of new drug therapies, according to industry insiders gathered in...Read More

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Taiwan Adopts OECD Tax Data Sharing Protocols but Stays Non-Member

22 Oct 2018

Concerned over possibly being condemned as something of a rogue tax regime, Taiwan has implemented the Common Reporting Standard despite not being a paid-up member of the Organisation for Economic Coo...Read More

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Continued Nepalese BRI Hydropower Uncertainty Proves Dam Fine Mess

18 Oct 2018

Series of off and on again mainland-backed energy projects spur growing concerns over sustained national power outages....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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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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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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