A recent survey of senior finance officers from top companies in China shows that confidence in the economy is going down. The survey, conducted by Deloitte, highlighted increasing opportunities for the Southeast Asian region.
Once the seat of one of Asia’s most grand early civilizations, the mighty Khmer empire of Angkor, Cambodia, has become but a modest player on the world’s economic stage. Marveled by travelers for its beautiful temples and “sleepy towns,” it…
U.S. President Donald Trump recently announced the creation of the White House National Trade Council, and said it would be headed by Peter Navarro, an outspoken China critic and co-author, along with Greg Autry, of the book Death by China. Peter…
Breakthrough technology has made the bizarre concept of driverless freight (self-driving trucks) a thing of the past, and tech geeks and urbanists have actually been able to overcome this once seemingly insurmountable feat.
Brexit will happen! This was decided by the referendum held in Britain on June 23. Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) will certainly have an effect on its future, and that of the EU and other countries that…
Brazil may be hosting the summer Olympics in August, but the country is, for want of a better term, a mess.
Chinese Counterfeits are becoming a growing concern and a health hazard in many cases.
Democrat candidate for the U.S. Presidency, Bernie Sanders, says Wall Street is out of control, and that America needs to get the bankers out of positions of power within the U.S. Federal Reserve.
If you’re the type of person who believes our wonky global economy is fixable, then you may not appreciate what former banker and author Satyajit Das has to say.
Chinese journalist Wang Xiaolu works for a respected business magazine but his reporting on China’s stock market turmoil has got him into trouble with the communist authorities.