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- Big powers’ close links set to revitalize continent
- If China and India — the world’s two largest emerging markets — strengthen their overall relationship, it’ll rejuvenate the entire Asian region, yielding multilateral benefits, according to Jing Ulrich, managing director and vice-chairman, Asia Pacif
- India has huge potential to be new global manufacturing hub
- India should position itself as a second global manufacturing base to attract investment from international enterprises, including those from the Chinese mainland, said Vivek Pathak, director of East Asia and the Pacific at International Finance Corp
- Stronger China-India ties a bonus for Asia
- Comprehensive relationship between Asia’s two major economic powers will help create a win-win situation for all parties, roundtable forum heard.
- China Daily Asia workshop held at AFF 2017
- (L-R) Ashwani Goel the Head and General Manager of TATA South East Asia, Puneet Agrawal the Consul General of Consulate General of India to Hong Kong SAR, Alexander Wan the senior advisor of China Daily Asia pacific, Jing Ulrich the Managing Director
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- Food lost takes a heavy toll on natural resources as governments, food banks and recyclers strive to stop the rot
- Back Page: Queen of clean
- Japanese best-selling author is on a mission to organize the world with her unique tidying-up methods
- Business Leader: Creativity, variety the 'hallmarks of our game'
- Wyndham Hotel Group (WHG) is shrugging off the Chinese mainland’s economic blues, and is betting heavily on the country’s hotel business over the next five years, with an eye on mid-range hotel brands, says Leo Liu Chenjun — the group’s president for
- HK poised to benefit from B&R pole position
- Hong Kong is ideally positioned to reap the benefits of the three-year-old Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative to expand its presence in markets around the region and the world, says Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying.
- Leung finds big role in Belt and Road
- Three years after the official launch of the Belt and Road Initiative, there is much greater understanding of the opportunities that it could generate, Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said on Wednesday.