China has made a rapid economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, which seems to have moved European investors from favouring offshoring to rediscovering their appetite for the country.
Quite how the UK's National Security and Investment Act 2021 will impact investment levels remains to be seen, but lessons can be learned from looking at its Australian equivalent.
Paris-based Euroconsult will open a representative office in Australia to help grow the local space industry.
China has been funding dirty energy worldwide for more than a decade. Finally, a countervailing force is taking shape from the EU, US and others.
Wuhan’s lockdown was brutal in the extreme but effective, allowing the city to reopen relatively quickly. Companies in the West may look upon it with envy, but would citizens?
The world has responded slowly to China’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang, but at least they are receiving attention, unlike similar issues in less high-profile countries.
Global events industry growth post-pandemic requires creative thinking on the part of host cities, event organisers and solution providers. How is Singapore working together with the MICE industry to ensure the successful resumption of meetings, and what can event organisers do to prepare for the new ‘new normal’?
Australia’s fear of China and its investors, justified or not, has gone some way to influencing US (and global) policy. Beijing has responded with wrath.
Saudi Arabia’s ambitious, but patchy, departure from oil dependence will simultaneously weaken and diversify its geopolitical toolkit.
Reports of forced labour in China's solar industry and DRC's cobalt mining sector have dogged the world of renewables. What work is being done to clean up the supply chain's act?
The hybrid events model is not new, but the pandemic has prompted event organisers to reconsider opportunities, trends and value in this marriage of the physical and digital. Nowhere are the possibilities more evident than in Singapore.
The US-China 'decoupling' is far more political than economic, but US investment into China has remained particularly strong.