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Valuation is often considered more art than science by the asset management community. Do Asia investors still have a tailwind from relatively cheap markets? Matthews Chief Investment Officer Robert Horrocks shares his latest views.
Korea’s health care companies have long faced challenges competing with global players that have secured patents and intellectual property for products. But is Korean pharma finally prepared to move beyond generics?
As China continues shifting toward a more market-based economy, what government powers are really being relinquished? Asia Weekly takes a look at changes in the IPO process.
A power equipment maker just became China’s first state-owned company to default on domestic debt. Is this a strategic move by the central government to further liberalize its capital markets, and to reform its state-owned enterprises?
These days, China’s tech entrepreneurs get off the ground faster with just an idea, a business proposal and a capable team.
In recent years, some China watchers have been wondering where the “smart money” is going? How telling are the real estate transactions of the region’s tycoons? And do concerns still exist over the growth in loans to the corporate sector? Matthews Asia’s CIO Robert Horrocks, PhD, explores.
Japan takes on the daunting task of liberalizing its farming industries.
As commentator Cherian George has said: “The legacy passed down to today’s Singaporeans isn’t one of random opportunism…There is nothing accidental about it.” Singapore’s first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew, took charge of the city-state, transformed and drove it forward in the span of just a few decades. This week Matthews Asia pays tribute to this “giant of history.”
Chinese officials are cracking down on a prevalence of counterfeit goods sold in the country. But is it enough?