China’s Looming Debt Bust
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 25 May 2016

China’s Looming Debt Bust

The article in the May 7 issue of The Economist on the coming debt bust of China’s financial system failed to move the RMB or other financial markets. Has there been a real change in the fundamentals of the Chinese financial system, or has the market simply changed its perception of the problem?
Who is China’s True Friend After All?
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By Wen Xin Lim - 24 May 2016

Who is China’s True Friend After All?

Can Big Data Detect “Character”?
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 19 May 2016

Can Big Data Detect “Character”?

New Economics of Solar Power: Good News for Environment and Poverty
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New Economics of Solar Power: Good News for Environment and Poverty

This latest development in solar power cost improvement is significant in the war against environment degradation as well as the global war on poverty.
China Clamps Down on Shady Internet Finance
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China Clamps Down on Shady Internet Finance

China announced a plan to investigate and review the operations of all internet finance entities in the country in 2016 to stamp out shady internet finance companies.  
Drones Creating New Jobs
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Drones Creating New Jobs

The bottleneck facing the industry at the moment is a shortage of qualified drone pilots. The industry estimates that there is an annual requirement for 10,000 pilots but there are currently only about 1000 license holders.  
China’s Economy: Signs of Weaning Away from Old Model?
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China’s Economy: Signs of Weaning Away from Old Model?

The declining steel intensity and increasing tax intake from the modern manufacturing and service sectors bode well for China’s real economy.
The Looming War between Huawei and Samsung
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The Looming War between Huawei and Samsung

With the declaration of Huawei’s ambitions in smartphones, it is only a matter of time that Huawei and Samsung will compete head on, particularly in the coming 5G smartphone era.
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