New Zealand signs up as first Western Belt and Road partner nation.
09 May 2017
A joint commitment by China and New Zealand to support the Belt and Road Initiative was marked by a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during the Chinese official’s state visit in March 2017. More
Indonesia's vast pharmaceutical and food and beverage manufacturing sectors offer big opportunities for global processing and industrial machinery suppliers.
12 April 2017
With Indonesia's pharmaceutical and food and beverage (F&B) manufacturing industries growing rapidly, Jakarta's AllPack Indonesia trade event last October offered valuable insights into these increasingly competitive sectors. More
The number of innovative start-ups in Hong Kong continues to grow as spirited entrepreneurs forge their own career paths.
06 April 2017
According to a survey by Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK), a record 1,926 start-ups engaged in various tech sectors were operating at different co-working space, incubator or accelerator locations across Hong Kong in 2016. More
As a key partner in China's Belt and Road Initiative, Malaysia has been pressing ahead with related infrastructure projects.
29 March 2017
When China's Belt and Road Initiative was unveiled four years ago, Malaysia was among those expected to benefit substantially from the investments on offer and the potential cooperation opportunities. More
Economic headwinds facing Hong Kong’s exports have eased in the early part of 2017, reflecting broad improvements across major industries.
14 March 2017
In its latest findings, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s (HKTDC) Export Index for the first quarter of 2017 (1Q17), rose to 47.1, an increase of 13.4 from the fourth quarter of 2016, marking the biggest jump in recent years, although it remains below the watershed mark of 50. More
The dynamics of the global financial sector is reshaping Hong Kong’s office market.
13 March 2017
Research from real estate services firm JLL has found that as some of the larger Western banks downsize their Hong Kong operations by relocating from their Central offices, space in the prime office market is quickly being filled by the growth of Chinese mainland financial institutions. More