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Construction development in China is still busy. Is it justified?
Live-streaming apps are all the rage in China, and indicative of a unique online consumer behavior trend.
The passing of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill has been lauded as one of the biggest pieces of reform that India has seen since it opened up its economy in 1991. What does it mean for the future of business in India? 
By now, the K-Wave phenomenon—which includes popular K-Pop bands, Korean cosmetics, television dramas and food—is old news. But what does a trendy luxury eyewear company say about the future of branding for Korea?
Asia Weekly: This Lopsided World
Despite the various world troubles for the moment—terrorist attacks, Brexit, negative policy rates—stock markets have continued to climb. What’s our approach in this environment?
Lending platforms known as peer-to-peer lending, or P2P, in China have attracted much investment as well as controversy. Have basic risk control standards finally been put in place for this nascent industry?
China’s consumers are evidently developing more quickly than companies there can shift to fulfill their new needs. Portfolio Manager Andrew Mattock, CFA, examines this trend.
Electric vehicle (EV) sales in China quadrupled last year, eclipsing that of the U.S., and government officials hope its EV sales will reach 3 million a year by 2025. Since vehicle emissions are already the single-largest contributor to poor air quality in China’s major cities, can this push clear the skies for urban China?
Asia Weekly: Trash Talking
Singapore has an impressive integrated waste management system, and developing economies in the region should take a page from their approach, which can offer big savings for space-constrained areas. The island city-state recycles 60% of municipal solid waste and burns 38% in its four waste-to-energy plants to supply 3% of Singapore’s power. Only 2% of its waste goes directly to landfill.
Indonesia’s pursuit of increased taxes to fund its deficit, which is constitutionally capped at 3% of GDP, has caused disruptions in consumer and business activity. What else could be impacted as a result?
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