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Degussa's Singapore subsidiary is doubling its sales figures almost every month, says Chief International Officer Raphael Scherer.
Xiaomi gained China market share because it offers good software services such as weekly updates based on user feedback, explains IDC's Tay Xiaohan.
Brandon Wendell from the Online Trading Academy says chart analysis shows Nymex could fall as low as $11 per barrel.
Air New Zealand's CEO Christopher Luxon says the airline has done well every half, regardless of the volatile environment, because of good management.
Rana Wehbe from Forbes Media says the Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia list highlights the region's young entrepreneurs and tech stars.
Beijing has the right policies in place but needs time to adjust to being part of global capital markets, the IIF's Timothy Adams says.
One of the important themes in the conference will be market volatility, says Timothy Adams, president and CEO at the Institute of International Finance.
RBC Wealth Management's Alan Robinson says movements in the oil market indicate a bottom is being put in place.
The Shanghai composite bucked a generally downward trend in Asia on Wednesday as major indexes in Australia, Japan, and Hong Kong were down.
Strong revenue growth this year will help absorb the impact of bad debt on the balance sheet, says Kartika Wirjoatmodjo, Bank Mandiri CFO.
As gold prices surge, CNBC compiled a list of things you can now buy with an ounce of gold ($1,210).
Charles Kinsley from KPMG China and Alexander Lee from DBS Vickers Securities discuss what will be introduced in Hong Kong's 2016-2017 Budget.
Michael Tien, Hong Kong legislator and chairman of G2000 Group, says Hong Kong's retail and tourism sector needs increased tax relief measures.
The market is interpreting weak oil prices as a reflection of overall weak demand, explains Manishi Raychaudhuri from BNP Paribas.
Singapore's services sector might not be able to offset weakness in manufacturing, says Sian Fenner from Oxford Economics.
Oil prices and central bank decisions remain key factors for the market, says Andrew Sullivan from Haitong International Securities.
The "gold cartel" has been suppressing gold prices because it is a barometer of economic health, says Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee's Bill Murphy.
Lower oil prices have knock-on effects on energy-exposed emerging markets and companies, says Wells Fargo Advantage Funds' Brian Jacobsen.
Markets in Asia gave up early gains on Tuesday as the improved market sentiment which spurred a global rally Monday appeared to fade.
Australia's new trade minister has a message to the world: there's more to the country than just commodities.
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