Southeast Asia is more advanced than many foreign investors realize. Chris Devonshire-Ellis explains what businesses can expect from other Asian economies.
Dubbed China’s “Silicon Valley”, Shenzhen is China’s fastest-growing city – visible in its infrastructure, high-tech industries, business incentives, and bold economic outlook.
In August 2019, amendments to the ASEAN-China FTA came into force and simplify the rules for trade of goods, services, and investments in the region.
China will exempt 16 types of US imports from additional tariffs in four categories of products. This is an outcome of the ongoing tariff exclusion process.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses the possible impact of John Bolton’s ouster as the US National Security Advisor on the country’s foreign policy relations with China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran.
China’s economy is experiencing a slowdown after years of rapid growth, but some provinces continue to outperform others. We discuss the factors behind the increase in regional disparities.
Hong Kong has long been valued as a gateway to mainland China, offering unique services for Asia-based foreign investors. Will recent developments boost rival Singapore’s appeal?
Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses how China’s supply chain is moving away from the US and the impact of the trade war on US access to China’s market.