China, home to 1.4 billion people and a country with a huge reliance on its workforce made its way to become an economic giant with the help of their massive population. Their demographics has made them what they are today. Nearly 40 years ago, before the initiation of economic reforms...
Malaysia records increased tourist arrivals from China MATTA calls for greater Visa flexibility for tourists from China, India Chinese arrivals in Malaysia grew by 7.6% to 1.33 million from January to May compared to 1.24 million in the same period last year, according to Tourism Malaysia’s latest figures. For...
Chinese companies are making waves in global earnings. Chinese companies involved in electric vehicles, healthcare, and e-commerce, in particular were among the world’s 500 most valuable non-state-controlled companies last year, in terms of both market value and numbers, according to Shanghai-based Hurun Research Institute. Led by Tencent Holdings and Alibaba...
More than 80 percent of China's SMEs are facing cash flow problems, according to a report issued by Fudan-Ping An Research Institute for Macroeconomy under Ping An Digital Economic Research Center and the School of Economics, Fudan University. SMEs in China have always faced issues with financing, and the COVID-19...
Recently, NIO, a Chinese automobile manufacturer, has launched a mass production electric car with what could be the world’s farthest driving range, as it ups the ante with Tesla for customers in the largest market for new-energy vehicles on the planet. The competition is truly heating up now in China’s...
China’s President Xi Jinping is enlisting the financial sector in a war against a virus outbreak that has killed more than 500, mobilising lenders, brokerages and fund managers to pump resources into stricken parts of the economy. Answering Beijing’s call, banks are rushing to offer virus-fighting loans at ultra-low rates,...
Airbus is restarting its assembly line in China. General Motors began limited production over the weekend. Toyota followed suit on Monday. Slowly, but surely, and with an air of caution, the workers of China are heading back to the factories and offices to try and reopen for business. Three weeks ago,...
Despite all the hardships and logistical cartwheels that were caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, China’s economy grew at a faster than expected pace in the fourth quarter of 2020, ending a rough coronavirus-stricken 2020 in remarkably good shape and remained solidly poised to expand further this year. The country’s GDP...
The likes of Ant Financial, ByteDance and Xiaomi are looking to snag one of the licences issued by Singapore’s central bank this year. Analysts say the new players’ entrance will help innovate the Singaporean banking industry. The Monetary Authority of Singapore is issuing as many as five digital banking...
More than 40 Singapore Businesses Set to Seize New Opportunities in China at China International Import Expo (CIIE) 2020 The Singapore Business Federation (SBF), with support from Enterprise Singapore, is leading more than 40 Singapore businesses to participate in the China International Import Expo 2020 (CIIE) in Shanghai from 5...
The "Eastbound Nexus: RCEP Tech Forum 2023," hosted by the Global Innovation Technology Platform (GITP), concluded successfully today at WORQ Bangsar South. This event stands as a significant milestone, fostering collaboration between ASEAN and Chinese technology markets, bringing together industry leaders and experts to share insights and strategies, providing...
Sputnik Light can become a major booster for those vaccinated with inactivated Chinese Covid vaccines globally after China has officially recommended mix & match approach with adenoviral vector-based vaccines as boosters Regulatory authorities of China have approved the mixing of domestic inactivated vaccines against Covid, in particular, Sinovac and Sinopharm...

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