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Is a Chinese sovereign debt default likely?

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Moody’s recent downgrading of China’s sovereign debt rating triggered waves of reaction in both financial markets and policy circles.

Aging in Thailand – How to live long and prosper

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Asian societies are aging, and Thailand is aging rapidly. Already over 10 percent of the Thai population, or more than 7 million people, are 65 years old or older. By 2040, a projected 17 million Thais above 65 years of age will account for more than a quarter of the population.

Xinhua backs strict regulations on virtual currency trading

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According to the existing regulatory policy, any direct transaction of any virtual currencies on any kinds of digital token financing platform is forbidden, nor are the intermediaries who conduct brokered transactions allowed.

5 things we can learn from China’s e-commerce explosion

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China’s e-commerce market continues to see high double-digit growth year on year. The Double 11 event on 11 November 2017 – also known as Singles’ Day, when single people in China celebrate, and which has become a popular shopping holiday – was a clear example of how China’s consumption-led economy is evolving digitally.

This War Turned China Into a Military Superpower

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When the Sino-Vietnamese war ended on March 16, 1979, it was hardly a definite resolution of the conflict.

China’s ambitious modern Silk Road initiative hits political, financial hurdles

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China’s plan for a modern Silk Road of railways, ports and other facilities linking Asia with Europe hit a $14 billion pothole in Pakistan. Pakistan’s relations with Beijing are so close that officials call China their “Iron Brother”.

A new map for strategic growth in banking

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Portfolio strategists need to look beyond economic development when eyeing new investment.

Busting US-China Trade Deficit Myths

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East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng sets things straight on trade figures that he calls outdated.