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Asia's fourth-largest economy intends to bet big on innovation to mitigate any potential economic damage from the U.K.'s decision to quit the EU.
China is the world's largest industrial robot-user so it's no surprise man-made machines are one of the highlights of WEF Tianjin.
Japan can't do much to yank the yen off the peaks it's scaled since the Brexit vote, Goldman's chief Japan strategist warns.
The U.K. needs leadership and clear direction about the relationship that the U.K. wants with the EU, says University of Edinburgh's Charlie Jeffery.
Tech London Advocates's Russ Shaw says Brexit is a challenge but the fundamentals supporting London as a global innovation hub are still strong.
If the BOJ cuts rates or expands its JGB purchases, it might actually raise volatility in the JGB market, says ABN AMRO's Roy Teo.