China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has become a major driver of economic development in this part of the world according to BOI
Online marketplace Alibaba saw sales growth of 39% in comparison with the event in 2016, suggesting that Chinese consumers are confident in their spending
To boost productivity in the future, Asian governments will have to implement well-targeted structural reforms today.
So far China has not experienced a major financial crisis, despite the many risks and inefficiencies in its financial markets.
While mobile commerce is big in China – one-third of total online shopping in China is done through mobile – Southeast Asia’s mobile commerce is on a faster growth trajectory than the Dragon.
A Thai trade delegation led by Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak is now on a road-show in China and will be signing an agreement with Alibaba Group to setup an E-Commerce network for the country.
China’s finance ministry sold its first offshore renminbi bond Thursday in London, a move by Beijing to boost the international profile of its currency further. As WSJ’s Christopher Whittall reports: