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Thai cabinet approves high-speed rail linking three airports

Thailand’s cabinet on May 28 approved a contract worth 225 billion baht (7.07 billion USD) to build a high-speed rail connecting the country’s three major airports

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In the Dragon’s Shadow: Southeast Asia in an Age of Rising Chinese Power

As China’s economy has surged and its leadership has asserted its power abroad, each country of Southeast Asia has been presented with a thorny challenge: how to benefit from the Chinese renaissance while safeguarding its sovereignty over the long term

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The 11 nations of Southeast Asia stand uniquely exposed to the rising power of the new China: three share borders with the world’s most populous nation, and five are directly impacted by its claims over the South
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Hong Kong’s US-Bound Exports to be Labeled ‘Made in China’

Goods produced in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be “marked to indicate that their origin is China”, according to a notice put out by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on August 11, 2020.

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This ‘Made in China’ labeling requirement on Hong Kong products was originally to take effect on September 25. To give Hong Kong exporters more breathing room to switch the labels, the US CBP has extended the enforcement date by 45 days, to November 9.

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Global value chains: risk mitigation to reduce dependence on China

Risk mitigation will lead to reduced dependence on China in global value chains, and diversification will benefit ASEAN, but localisation of production will have negative effects for ASEAN producers

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Risk mitigation will lead to reduced dependence on China in global value chains, and diversification will benefit ASEAN, but localisation of production will have negative effects for ASEAN producers
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