US-China trade war

How the world became dangerous again - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

1000th issue

How the world became dangerous again

The complexion of this brave new world will ultimately depend on the choices that humanity makes in the face of global challenges.
Implications of an increasing anti-China stance for investors - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

China Focus

Implications of an increasing anti-China stance for investors

The hardening of an anti-China stance has significant implications for investors, and not just from the Western perspective.
Could a capital spending surge be the next surprise for the world economy? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

Could a capital spending surge be the next surprise for the world economy?

Recovered parts of the global economy will see a vigorous new capital spending cycle that'll raise economic growth: Manu Bhaskaran
New Cold War, or new frontlines? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Geopolitics

New Cold War, or new frontlines?

Will President-elect Biden repair all the damage to US-China ties he will inherit from Trump? Not quite.
America should rewrite the China trade contract - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US-China trade war

America should rewrite the China trade contract

Biden should have no illusions: China is too important to ignore, but the challenge it presents defies easy solutions.
Analysts mixed on Hi-P International on 'continual improvement in ESG factors' and 'M&A-driven growth' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Analysts mixed on Hi-P International on 'continual improvement in ESG factors' and 'M&A-driven growth'

Shares in Hi-P closed 1 cent lower, or 0.9% down, at $1.13 on Oct 5.

Emerging Markets

Can China save EMs again?

Investors should invest in gold as a hedge and invest in South Korean equities, while avoiding EM sovereign bonds due to low yield.
A better alternative to Trump's WeChat ban - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US-China trade war

A better alternative to Trump's WeChat ban

US users often share info with friends and family in China. By banning WeChat, Trump is closing a vital crack in the firewall.

SGX Research Series: 10 in 10

Willas-Array ready to tap growing demand for electronic solutions

For more than three decades, Willas-Array Electronics (WAE) has focused on the distribution of electronic components in Hong Kong, a business known for intense competition, rapid change and low margins.
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