Simon Robertson, CFO of Auckland Airport, attributes the boom in Chinese tourists to the unique experience that New Zealand offers, instead of a "currency play."» Read More
Negotiations over a free trade deal between China and Australia have concluded. The country's trade ministers will sign the treaty late Monday. CNBC's Matthew Taylor has more.
Mark Konyn, CEO at Cathay Conning Asset Management, says the stock connect indicates that reforms remain on track and Beijing is willing to open China's capital account further.
Norihiko Kato, CEO at Khan Bank, discusses speculation over Mongolia's new Prime Minister and explains how the change could have a favorable impact on the economy.
This year's G-20 summit saw a good debate, which bodes well for both the G-20 and Australian government, says Wayne Swan, Former Treasurer & Deputy Prime Minister of Australia.
Michel Sapin, Finance Minister of France, says investments in infrastructure will enable the country to stimulate and "deeply modernize" its economy.
Helen Zhu, MD & Head of China Equities of BlackRock, says the trade link allows a "fuller integration" of the two markets and explains why the program will benefit both A-shares and H-shares.
Yoshito Sakakibara, Executive Director of Investment Research, JP Morgan, outlines the factors weighing on Japan's growth and says it may be ideal to delay the sales tax hike.
Max Gottschalk, CEO, Asia at Gottex, discusses the significance of the Shanghai-Hong Kong "through train" program.
Joseph Sullivan, Chairman & CEO of Legg Mason, says the Shanghai-HK trade link reflects China's reform strategy which will facilitate integration of the mainland into the global capital market.
Ahead of the launch on Monday, CNBC's Bernard Lo introduces the key highlights of the trade connect scheme.
Alan Oster, Group Chief Economist at NAB, explains why he's skeptical about the G-20's pledge to generate more than $2 trillion in additional output over five years and creating new jobs.
Aaron Connelly, Research Fellow at the Lowy Institute, explains why it has been a productive week as world leaders converge for the APEC, East Asia Summit and the G-20 Summit this week.
Erwin Sanft, Head of China & HK Equity Research at Standard Chartered, weighs in on the debate whether the HK-Shanghai trade link could erode the former's position as the financial gateway to China.
Sam Le Cornu, Senior Portfolio Manager at Macquarie, says the bourse linkup is a "landmark event" that will boost confidence and liquidity in mainland markets.
Campbell Newman, Premier of Queensland, outlines the significance of hosting the G-20 Summit and describes how the city has beefed up its security this weekend.
Here's an interesting look at where the world leaders will be staying when they gather in Australia for the G-20 Summit this weekend. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports.
KC Chan, Hong Kong's Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, explains why the trade link, which is set to debut next Monday, will benefit both parties.
Samsung SDS, the technology services unit of South Korea¿s largest conglomerate, surged on its trading debut on the Kospi index. CNBC's June Yoon reports.
If Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announces a snap election, Japanese shares "will go up a lot and fast" and may even breach the 20,000 level, says Clem Chambers, CEO at ADVFN.
Naoko Nemoto, Managing Director at Standard and Poor's, outlines her expectations for Japanese lenders who are due to hand in interim earnings on Friday.
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