The Hong Kong debut of Asia House's signature trade event focused on China and ASEAN.
18 December 2017
As the “spiritual home of borderless trade,” it was fitting that Hong Kong was chosen as Asia House’s first overseas signature event outside London, according to Asia House Chairman Lord Stephen Green, the former HSBC Group Chairman. More
A new Russian retail chain is seeking toy suppliers for its homegrown animation character properties.
07 December 2017
A new range of toys, games and other licensed merchandise inspired by Russia's popular array of animated properties will go on sale via a new retail chain, which is set to open its flagship Moscow outlet in time for the Christmas sales rush. More
China, Japan and Hong Kong funding are behind Vietnam’s US$2.2 billion Vung Ang 2 power plant.
04 December 2017
To head off looming power supply problems in the north of the country, the Vietnamese government has given the go-ahead for work to begin on the Vung Ang 2 coal-fired electricity generation plant. More
A series of government incentives aimed at jump-starting R&D in Thailand has resulted in a windfall for the country's laboratory equipment industry.
27 November 2017
Thailand has been aggressively seeking to boost its competitive edge in recent years, with measures that include new tax and financial incentives, and the approval of several mega-projects designed to stimulate research and development (R&D) activities across the country. More
Malaysia’s hydropower and roadway investments fit with the overall aims of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
01 November 2017
Speculation about Malaysia's future economic priorities have frequently focused on the country's oil and gas reserves, palm oil production, high-tech manufacturing, real estate and, of course, tourism. More
Asia is best positioned to weather the challenges of creeping protectionism, according to a recent innovation summit held in Hong Kong.
17 October 2017
Scaled-back global trade, political conservatism, economic uncertainty in Europe and North America – who stands to win from the intensifying headwinds that have buffeted the global economy from growing protectionism in the West? More