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Hary Tanoesoedibjo of MNC Group outlines his political interests and warns that comparisons with U.S. President Donald Trump are "just a coincidence."
Isaac Ho, VentureCraft, chose Hong Kong as the base for his VC has due to the city's proximity to China.
There's a perception that oil markets are flooded due to non-OPEC output but fundamentals show demand will remain strong, says Richard Gorry, JBC Energy Asia.