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Post-pandemic, Asean e-commerce growth 'inevitable': Credit Suisse - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Post-pandemic, Asean e-commerce growth 'inevitable': Credit Suisse

Asean e-commerce is set to accelerate with greater internet and mobile penetration, as Covid-19 reshapes the retail landscape for more than half a billion consumers across six key markets.

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What valuations and narratives tell us about the current regime shift

It has been one year now since the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the world.

Gold may shine as inflation risk looms - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Gold may shine as inflation risk looms

As the global economy continues to show signs of recovery from the pandemic-led recession, investor focus has shifted to inflation risk.

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Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies: The three waves

In only 10 years of existence, bitcoin has managed to reach a market capitalisation of US$1,000 billion ($1,342 billion).

Opportunities for developers to acquire China  business parks as country addresses debt danger - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Opportunities for developers to acquire China business parks as country addresses debt danger

Sincere Property Group was not the only Chinese company that defaulted on a bond payment. China Fortune Land Development Co also defaulted on a USD bond which matured on Feb 28.

Aircraft leasing has a new Godfather with AerCap pouncing on GE - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Aircraft leasing has a new Godfather with AerCap pouncing on GE

Aengus Kelly knows a bargain when he sees one.

Hong Kong trading tax deals rare blow to city’s financiers - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Hong Kong trading tax deals rare blow to city's financiers

It’s not often that Hong Kong’s laissez-faire government finds itself aligned with Bernie Sanders.

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Chip shortage spirals beyond cars to phones and game consoles

The first hints of trouble emerged in the spring of 2020.

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Will Covid-19 spell the end of Asia's family businesses?

Dealmakers across Asia are busy fielding calls from company founders who are mulling letting go of their life’s work as the Covid-19 pandemic has upended how global business is done.

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