Can Huawei Survive the Storm?
Politics,Economy,China
By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 25 May 2019

Can Huawei Survive the Storm?

Considering the historical dominance of US companies in the telecommunication semiconductor business and the software platforms powering smartphones, there is a legitimate concern as to whether Huawei can survive the US sanctions.
Why Asian Countries Turn to BRI For Infrastructure Investment
Politics,Economy,China

By Anita Inder Singh - 20 May 2019

Why Asian Countries Turn to BRI For Infrastructure Investment

China’s Growing Influence in Italy and Greece
Politics,Economy,China

By Anita Inder Singh - 29 Apr 2019

China’s Growing Influence in Italy and Greece

The BRI as an Agenda for International Development and Cooperation
Politics,Economy,China

The BRI as an Agenda for International Development and Cooperation

Most of the Western criticisms of the BRI are that the initiative is a geopolitical “strategy”. Considering its importance for China’s opening-up in the current stage, we believe it can be further defined as a major international cooperation agenda.
The International North-South Transport Corridor
Economy,Central Asia,South Asia

The International North-South Transport Corridor

The International North-South Transport Corridor is a transit route designed to facilitate the carriage of goods from Mumbai in India to Helsinki in Finland, using Iranian ports and railroads, which Tehran plans to connect to those of Azerbaijan and Russia and its Baltic ports.
The Huawei Ban: Adversity or Opportunity?
Politics,Economy,China

The Huawei Ban: Adversity or Opportunity?

After the US called for a boycott on Huawei over espionage concerns, several countries have since blocked telecoms companies from using Huawei gear in next-generation 5G mobile networks.
By Yu Fu - 11 Apr 2019 | 0 comments Read more...
Sino-Saudi Ties and its Influence across South and West Asia
Politics,Economy,China

Sino-Saudi Ties and its Influence across South and West Asia

President Xi Jinping told Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman that China is a good friend and partner to Saudi Arabia. Beijing firmly supports Riyadh in its economic diversification drive and social reform and has offered to connect its Belt and Road Initiative with Saudi Vision 2030.
Will the New Chinese Investment Law Defuse Trade Tensions?
Politics,Economy,China

Will the New Chinese Investment Law Defuse Trade Tensions?

China passed a new investment law in March 2019. It has been welcomed quite universally as a step in the right direction by foreign investors keen on engaging the Chinese market and industries.
By Tai Wei Lim - 26 Mar 2019 | 0 comments Read more...
AIIB Report Predicts India Joining the BRI After 2019 Elections
Economy,China,South Asia

AIIB Report Predicts India Joining the BRI After 2019 Elections

The inaugural Asian Infrastructure Finance report, released by the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, made a very significant point: after the 2019 general election, India may change its attitude towards the Belt and Road Initiative, and may even consider joining it.
To Lose or Not to Lose: Cambodia’s Dilemma over its EBA Status
Politics,Economy,Southeast Asia

To Lose or Not to Lose: Cambodia’s Dilemma over its EBA Status

After the EU threatened to remove its preferential trade deal in response to Phnom Penh’s perceived lack of commitment to improve its democracy and human rights situation, the country now faces a dilemma.
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