The China Alternative is our series on other foreign investment destinations in emerging Asia that may soon be competing with China in terms of labor costs, infrastructure and operational capacity. In this issue we look at Malaysia.
Oct. 25 – China’s net international investment position – the balance between the stock of external assets and the stock of external liabilities in the country – stood positive at around US$2 trillion by the end of June, the country’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange said in a statement released on October 19. China’s external […]
Op-Ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis Oct. 12 – One of the hidden treasures of Xinjiang is Shihezi. Actually the region’s second largest city after Urumqi, this has long been a farming community and is often regarded with typical Chinese aplomb as “A Shining Pearl in the Gobi Desert.”