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IMF says China shifting on debt restructuring after being burned

China joins Western creditors for Silk Road debt restructuring, IMF says.


First close of Elite Logistics Fund with portfolio in fast expanding logistics sector in Poland

Elite Partners Capital, the sponsor of Elite Commercial REIT, is likely to launch the IPO of a second REIT by the end of this year or early next year, if everything goes according to plan.


Malaysian firms face heightened cyber risks with shifting political landscape: FireEye

SINGAPORE (Aug 15): With Malaysia’s new government calling for the renegotiation of certain Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) project terms, security company FireEye is expecting heightened espionage activity against Malaysian organisations.

China Focus

5 SGX-listed environmental plays to watch as China goes green

SINGAPORE (Oct 3): As environmental concerns increasingly come under the spotlight in recent years for China’s policymakers, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) believes the country’s businesses with a focus on environmental utilities are likely to play more

China's HNA boosts Dufry stake, pursues CWT purchase plan

(Aug 21): Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has completed the acquisition of a 16.2% stake in Swiss airport retailer Dufry AG from Singaporean sovereign funds GIC and Temasek, Dufry and HNA said on Monday.


China helps Malaysia launch US$13 bil Belt and Road rail project

KUANTAN, MALAYSIA (Aug 9): China and Malaysia broke ground on Wednesday on a US$13 billion ($17.7 billion) rail project linking peninsular Malaysia's east and west, the largest such project in the country and a major part of Beijing's Belt and Roa

Investing strategies

Stay actively invested in Greater China & Asia equities: Manulife

SINGAPORE (July 10): Asia ex-Japan equities have outperformed their developed market peers in the year to date, with the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index gaining 22.56% compared to just 9.88% for the MSCI World Index (developed markets), according to Bloomberg st