The world's highest cable-related project digitally connecting Pakistan with the Chinese mainland has launched.
26 September 2018
Jointly operated and maintained by the Special Communication Organisation of Pakistan and China Telecom, the two-year, US$44 million high-speed Pak-China Optical Fibre Cable network built under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) officially entered service on 13 July. More
Hong Kong innovators learn all about raising funds and building business networks.
20 September 2018
With the Central Government set to release its “Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area”, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) organised a study mission to Shenzhen and Dongguan in late August, giving the 10 “Start-up Express” winners a chance to understand more about the start-up ecosystem and development opportunities in the Bay Area. More
With the win-win nature of the China-Myanmar relationship clearly established, it's full-steam ahead on the Belt and Road front.
13 September 2018
Early last month, the planned development of the Chinese mainland-Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC) was given the formal go-ahead, with representatives of both parties agreeing on the terms of the 15-point Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that defines the scope and intent of the project, while also allocating the specific responsibilities and entitlements. More
Innovation was the watchword at the recent Guangzhou International Environmental Protection Industry Expo.
29 August 2018
With the mainland environmental sector firmly focused on promoting recycling and boosting consumer awareness of green issues, it was no surprise that both issues loomed large at the recent China Guangzhou International Environmental Protection Industry Expo. More
A massive Chinese mainland-backed road network and port expansion programme in Cambodia is tipped to help sustain country's economic surge.
24 August 2018
At the end of last month, Cambodia's Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MPWT) announced that work had been completed on 2,000 kilometres of new roads, seven major bridges and a container terminal servicing the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port. More