The US is the most attractive market to Chinese investors, according to an index produced by economic research and analysis firm, the Economist Intelligence Unit.
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A speech by Indian finance minister Arun Jaitley urged investors to assist the country in its infrastructure growth plans.
Investment bank SBICAP is betting on India's economic rise and international expansion, using its knowledge of the country to facilitate crossborder capital flows and business engagement.
Figures suggest that Asian Millennials should be top of companies' priority list when thinking about target markets.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership involves 12 countries but some look set to benefit more than others from the agreement, with Vietnam and Malaysia singled out as two likely winners.
Singapore has triumphed in this year’s ranking of cities across the Asia-Pacific region, with Tokyo rising through the ranks to take second place and Taipei following in third position.
Myanmar’s first free election in 25 years resulted in a victory for Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy
Attendees at a conference in Hong Kong admit that investment in Mongolia has taken a hit in recent years, but maintain that the country still holds significant investment potential.
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