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"One country, two systems" is rapidly becoming one country, one system.
China’s government is using loans, tax deferments, rent reductions and even sales leads to help smaller enterprises—“capillaries of the market economy”—survive Covid-19.
Reliance group’s campaign to de-leverage continued with the sale of its nascent oil retailing venture to British Petroleum, bringing another $1 billion to its kit.
Rivals Disney, Netflix, Microsoft, Apple, Google and Facebook all find themselves on the same side regarding Reliance Jio.
Brunei, like other oil-rich nations, needs to diversify its revenue sources.
Asian banks faced down challenges last year to deliver solid results based on strong fundamentals—paving the way, they hope, for a postcrisis recovery.
China is leading as the world attempts to get back to business. It won’t be simple—even if the Covid-19 virus does not come roaring back.
In an announcement on April 13, SoftBank cited a “deteriorating market environment” as the explanation for the abysmal results at its $100 billion Vision Fund.
The scandal reignited long-standing concerns over accounting standards at US-listed Chinese companies.
Global Finance spoke with Tom Masi and Nuno Fernandes, co-portfolio managers for Emerging Wealth Equity strategy at GW&K Investment Management, about wealth trends in China, India and other emerging markets.
Facebook adds a new trick to its playbook: junior partnership.
Two portfolio managers from GW&K explain why they are still betting on China and India despite the disruption caused by a global pandemic.
South Korea rose impressively to meet the COVID-19 challenge. Will it be able to reinvigorate its economy as well?
The pioneering Marshallese sovereign (SOV) digital currency will coexist alongside the US dollar before gradually becoming the prime currency.
Following a period of heady growth, the region’s economies are expected to slow in the face of the eurozone slump, lower EU investment, and coronavirus.
Smaller economies in the region are successfully positioning themselves as a manufacturing alternative to China.
Zafrul Aziz becomes the first non-politician in the country's history to hold the position.
Bhutan’s geography plays an out-size role in its economic health.
Experts are questioning the structure and true purpose of Indonesia's new sovereign wealth fund.
The Indian government's mobile payments platform sees 1.3 billion transactions per month.
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