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  • Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway Listing Good For Capital Markets
    Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway Listing Good For Capital Markets
    Proving the 1,300km between Beijing and Shanghai is more profitable than Apple, the Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway goes IPO.
  • Philip Morris Moving Out Of The Mainstream Cigarette Business
    Marlboro Maker Puts High Hopes On Heated Tobacco IQOS
    I quit ordinary smoking (IQOS), a heated tobacco product, a better alternative of ordinary cigarettes, is disrupting the industry.
  • China Asked To Do More Research And Investment In Blockchain
    Beijing Pushes For Urgency On More Research On Blockchain Technology
    Greater effort should be made for more research and investment in blockchain technology according to President Xi Jinping.
  • Nobel Winning Economists Propose New Approach For More Trade Latitude
    Prominent Economists Say To Abandon Trade Issues And Forge New Path
    Economists suggest an alternative approach to China-US trade issues to effectively pursue domestic needs.
  • BCA’s Control That Pared Down Expenses And Boosted Efficiency
    World's Most Expensive Bank Cuts Drinking Water As Cost Saving Measure
    The biggest lender Bank Central Asia (BCA) stringent cost control measures and attention to detail like cutting down drinking water wooed investors.
  • International Trade Will Need The Malaysian Approved Permit System Revised
    How Malaysia's Coconut Boom Can Affect Its Approved Permit System
    The Malaysian Approved Permit system for cross-border traders was set up in the ‘70s full of secrecy and cronyism say critics.
  • LVMH Owning Tiffany & Co Would Be Its Biggest Acquisition Ever
    Potential Ownership Of Jeweler Tiffany By Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy
    Tiffany & Co might get owned by the owner of Louis Vuitton, who is into expansion in the US jewelry market.
  • Many Countries To Continue Setting Up 5G Using Huawei
    Huawei vs USA
    Countries continue their 5G rollout using some sort of Huawei equipment resisting America’s pressure of doing a total ban.
  • Sharp Increase In Reforms Earned China World Bank’s Approval
    World Bank Advances China In Ease In Doing Business Rankings
    Recent reforms in doing business lands China the 31st place from 45th in World Bank’s doing business index.
  • Recalibration Needed Through Mergers and Acquisitions Due To Trade
    Increase In Mergers And Acquisitions To Go Up Due to Trade Issues
    Survey of deal makers revealed that 77 per cent says tariffs will cause future mergers and business acquisitions to go up.
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