ASEAN’s growing economic affluence has seen the size of its middle class consumer base increase dramatically, with the number expected to double between 2015 and 2020 to reach a total of about 400…
In 2004, Chandran Nair founded the Global Institute for Tomorrow (GIFT) in Hong Kong, an independent think-tank whose executive education programmes have reached more than 1,500 executives in 15…
The level of Chinese investment in Malaysia grew by an astonishing 119 per cent in 2016, with a further 64 per cent surge recorded in the first quarter of the current year.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is expected to have great investment finance support from new member Hong Kong, according to Luky Wuryanto, the Bank’s Vice President and Chief…
“Travel and leisure were found to be the most popular spending category among ASEAN middle-class consumers,” said HKTDC Principal Economist (Asian and Emerging Markets) Dickson Ho.
Hong Kong now has its first startup unicorn. Gogovan, an Uber for deliveries that started up in 2013, has just hit billion-dollar status
The Industry 4.0 wave of change is described as coming primarily through five sectors : 3D printing, the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), automation, augmented reality and robotics
Hong Kong’s Financial Services and Treasury Bureau (FSTB) recently issued a consultation document on amending the Companies Ordinance law.
Since 2014, Hong Kong has become increasingly polarised between pro-Beijing actors and civil-rights activists.
Some leaders in the region have warned that the Pearl River Delta is becoming less important to China’s economy and may even lose its power in China’s economic development.