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Telecom operators will drive and shape the growth of the sharing economy and fintech says Frank Sixt, group finance director and deputy managing director of CK Hutchison Holdings.
Landmark deal will end the fierce and costly battle between the two rival ride-hailing groups for market share in China.
In the second part of an interview, the chief global strategist and head of emerging markets for Morgan Stanley Investment Management looks for positives from Asia and beyond.
Financial institutions in the Asia-Pacific region face a more restrictive regulatory environment and are increasingly seeking to automate to mitigate the rising cost of compliance.
Chinese firms have bought overseas in record numbers this year. Lighting group MLS is the latest, heading a consortium that wants to buy part of Germany's Osram for $440 million.
The takeover not only marks one of the largest acquisitions in the television industry but is also the latest foray of LeEco’s chairman Jia Yueting into the US market.
Luye Pharma Group has agreed to buy a subsidiary of Swiss counterpart Acino, becoming the latest Chinese healthcare company to look overseas for expansion.
The chief global strategist and head of emerging markets for Morgan Stanley Investment Management explains why growth has slowed and looks for signs of optimism worldwide.
Huawei's strategy chief says governments should free up additional wireless spectrum, cultivate local programming talent and encourage online entrepreneurship.
Softbank has made a $31.6 billion offer for British semiconductor designer ARM. It is the Japanese firm’s biggest acquisition attempt yet but looks unlikely to be its last.
The internet is so yesterday, delegates at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin heard, as panellists played up the potential of the online data ledger technology.
But for now feasibility studies are pressing ahead.
Britain’s vote to exit EU adds new uncertainties to global economy at a time when China faces downward pressures, Premier Li Keqiang said at the World Economic Forum.