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Drones Creating New Jobs
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 27 Apr 2016

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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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 26 Apr 2016

China’s Economy: Signs of Weaning Away from Old Model?

The Looming War between Huawei and Samsung
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 21 Apr 2016

The Looming War between Huawei and Samsung

Will Google Succeed Where Motorola Failed?
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Will Google Succeed Where Motorola Failed?

Although Motorola did succeed with Iridium and placed 66 satellites around the world, it was not able to overcome the cost and power requirement issues. Let us hope Google will have a better technology breakthrough than Motorola.
Chinese Companies at the Forefront of 5G
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Chinese Companies at the Forefront of 5G

The new director general of the Global System for Mobile Communication Association Mats Granryd stated in Beijing recently that Chinese companies like Huawei and ZTE are now leading players in 5G telecom technologies research & development.
Zero Interest Rates: Can Retirees Survive?
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Zero Interest Rates: Can Retirees Survive?

With an increasing retiree population around the world, especially in developed regions, and with non-government retirement funds forming an important part of retirees’ incomes, the low return of their non-government pension plans or the increasing risk undertaken by these funds could suppress retirees’ spending over time.
Robot Waiters: Too Much Hype?
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Robot Waiters: Too Much Hype?

The elimination of these robot waiters came less than a year after their fanfare filled introduction in a number of Xiamen restaurants, reminding technology futurists that the time of the large-scale robotic substitution of workers might still be some time away in the service sector.
Credit Rating Standards: Improvement on the Horizon?
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Credit Rating Standards: Improvement on the Horizon?

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) announced that it had investigated seven domestic credit rating agencies since September last year and that it had sent warning letters to six of them on March 23, 2016.
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