Latest articles from Asia-Pacific

Not for sale: Australia and New Zealand crack down on foreign real estate buyers

Land purchases are a controversial area of foreign investment into Australia and New Zealand. Now the governments of both countries are increasing regulation of their real estate markets to favour local buyers.

At the high end: why Western luxury is proving popular in Asia

Western luxury and prestige brands are increasingly attracting middle-class consumers in Asia, which is prompting Asian businesses to look at the M&A opportunities these products provide.

Transportation sector FDI decline in Asia-Pacific continues

Asia-Pacific transportation sector projects have experienced a steady four-year decline.


Dragon Capital CEO: Vietnam winning among emerging economies

As the founder of Ho Chi Minh-based Dragon Capital, Dominic Scriven is well placed to assess Vietnam's ascent to become one of the world's leading emerging economies. He tells Edward Russell-Walling why the country's future is so bright.

India on the comeback trail

Though some have questioned India’s heady GDP growth figures, its FDI recovery appears to be built on solid ground, as N Chandra Mohan discovers.


Putting Papua New Guinea on the map

Papua New Guinea is forecast to be the world's fastest growing economy in 2015, a growth fuelled by mining and energy companies taking advantage of its abundant natural resources. However, the country's wider population has yet to see many benefits of this success, a problem its government is looking to address.


Hong Kong commerce secretary looks to linked in future with China

At the fDi Forum gathering of corporate executives and investment experts in Hong Kong, the country's secretary of commerce, Gregory So, talks to Courtney Fingar about how Hong Kong is on the road to greater regional connectivity through the One Belt, One Road plan.

View from Asia: megacities in flux

The march of urbanisation continues in Asia, but sustainability is the real challenge.

India approves composite policy on FDI

As part of its continued push to encourage more FDI in the country, the Indian government has approved a composite cap for foreign investments in Indian companies.

Posco postpones $12bn project in India

South Korean steel company Posco has announced that it will put a $12bn project in the southern Indian state of Odisha on hold. 

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