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US-China trade war opens door for Asian manufacturing

Ripples from the US-China trade war across Asia will disrupt the region in the short term but bring benefits in the long term, finds an Economist report. 

US and Greece most for popular 'golden visas', reports Investment Migration Insider

Residence by investment programmes from the US, Greece and Malaysia are the most popular in the world, based on number of applicants

Trade war bites harder from US side so far

Germany, Vietnam and Japan could pick up the trade slack.

IMF spotlight on China-Africa debt

African debt was a prime topic at the World Bank/IMF meeting – though research suggests China is not to blame.

Shanghai fears US-China trade war

Shanghai is in the firing line if the spat between the US and China continues to intensify.

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Gaming industry moves up to next level

A truly global industry, games development is bringing benefits to digital clusters willing to foster it with incentives and tax breaks. Jason Mitchell reports.

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Is India's FDI revival over?

After two strong years, greenfield FDI in India is on the slide. However, brownfield and tech could yet turn things around. 

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AIIB looks to keep sharp focus amid wide remit

Dong-ik Lee, director-general of investment operations at the AIIB, tells fDi about the bank's efforts throughout Asia and further afield.

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Backlash grows over China's development funding

Some of China's Belt and Road Initiative partners are expressing concerns that development cash seems to come with strings attached.

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Is the era of the sweat shop coming to an end?

With links to exploitative labour conditions now hugely damaging to a fashion house's reputation, how is the industry reacting?