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Implications of an increasing anti-China stance for investors - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Implications of an increasing anti-China stance for investors

The triumphalism of the Group of Seven (G7) meeting — held last week in southwestern UK — may be misplaced, coming from economies that represent both the Anglosphere and just 40% of world GDP.

China tech giants spend billions to fuel growth after crackdown - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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China tech giants spend billions to fuel growth after crackdown

Beijing’s crackdown on its tech giants is fuelling a noticeable phenomenon: it has opened the spending floodgates.

How will the digital renminbi change China? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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How will the digital renminbi change China?

While many central banks are still investigating the possibility of issuing a digital currency, China has rolled out its own via a series of pilot programmes since last year.

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China’s commodity investment landscape

This week, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) announced a series of measures to cool the red-hot metals markets.

Opportunities in shifting Chinese capital - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Opportunities in shifting Chinese capital

Current US President Joe Biden may not be as erratic as former President Trump, but he is pursuing some of the former’s policies, particularly those in relation to China.

China's sophisticated e-commerce - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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On China's sophisticated e-commerce market

So, your business discovered e-commerce during the Covid-19 lockdown and you are now ready to take on China’s market?

Not so fast. 

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China’s tangled ties with the West

During the first peaks of the Covid crisis when there were widespread lockdowns, there was a concern that the full economic impact was not being reflected in market activity.

China’s outlook: Upside in the near term, but what of the long term? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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China's outlook: Upside in the near term, but what of the long term?

What a difference a decade makes. The last time the world economy exited from a recession, in 2010 after the global financial crisis, China’s share of global output was roughly 10%.

Pushing against China: what are the implications? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Pushing against China: what are the implications?

In a show of imperialism redux, the UK is sending the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth to lead a naval group to sail through the South China Sea.

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