In Southeast Asia, only 27% of adults have formal bank accounts and only 33% of businesses have access to proper financing
The world’s three largest economies – the US, China and Japan – are actively manoeuvring for economic and geopolitical influence through infrastructure funding
The global market is growing exponentially, increasing six-fold since 2013 and doubling since 2015. Much of that growth is being driven by China.
Industrial-scale illegal fishing continues to plague the sector, taking livelihoods away from many lower income coastal communities
Since the People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949, the US – China relationship has been characterized by substantial areas of conflict, confrontation, and strategic...
The economic bloc of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) is often cited as an economic success story
The narrative of regional cooperation and cross-border connectivity needs to be stressed, and the economic opportunities should be clear and fair for all involved.
ASEAN is a microcosm of the world today – highly developed nations, middle income countries and those just emerging