Foreign Direct Investment Analysis
  • The 2nd China Business Summit, 2014

    The Sunday Business Post, in partnership with the Ireland China Business Association and the Irish Exporters Association, will proudly host the 2nd China Business Summit 2014.
    Register at: http://sbpchinabusinesssummit.com/
    China represents one of the largest and fastest growing markets in the …

  • Independent Asset Management in Asia

    The independent asset management (IAM) sector has grown in Asia in recent years. A successful sub-sector in its own right in Switzerland, the model has been introduced to the Asian market and is seen …

  • Wealth Management, Compliance & Risk in Asia, 2014

    We will soon publish the first in a series of annual reports entitled “Wealth Management, Compliance & Risk in Asia, 2014″.
    This substantive report will focus on the following issues:

    FATCA, the OECD and the global …

  • Video: Interviews with leading Hong Kong executives

    featuring Simon Galpin, Director General, Invest HK, Carolyn Butler, CEO, The Hong Kong Trust Company, Calvin Mak, CEO, Rhombus International Hotels Group, Philippa Allen, CEO, Compliance Asia, James Dubow & Oliver Stratton, Co-heads of …

  • Doing Business in Mainland China

    With lethargic economic activity continuing to permeate throughout Western markets, companies throughout the world are contemplating and acting upon the opportunities presented by the growing Chinese consumer market.
    Opportunities
    Tom Corkhill, CEO of KCS, a corporate …

  • Government decision making, RMB internationalisation and Chinese FDI

    Dr. Meiji Fong is an independent global market intelligence strategist for the Chinese government. The author of several white papers, he has been instrumental in developing crucial areas of Chinese economic policy. In particular, …

  • Hong Kong: the ideal base from which to tackle the Chinese consumer market

    In 2012, China overtook the United States as the largest recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world by attracting over $124 billion in FDI in, according to the United Nations Conference of …

  • China’s strategic global investments

    China is highly dependent on natural resources such as copper and iron ore from Africa, natural gas from the Bay of Bengal and oil from the Arabian Gulf, Iran and Kazakhstan. This continuing appetite …

  • Challenges for China’s New Leaders

    China’s newly installed leadership, led by president, Xi Jinping and premier, Li Keqiang face significant challenges in managing necessary structural reforms to the domestic economy. This represents a difficult balancing act for the new …

  • Wuhan & Kunming – Strategic locations for FDI

    China’s prior concentration on export growth led to large discrepancies in the geographic allocation of resources, with the more economically active coastal areas benefiting at the expense of the interior. The economic crisis led …

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