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Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas Airways, explains how the Qantas-China Eastern partnership will lower travel costs for those in Hong Kong. He adds there is a tremendous amount of opportunity in the Hong Kong market that the airline can tap.
The dollar is expected to stay weak in the short-term on the back of low Treasury yields even as the U.S. economy seems on the edge of a turnaround, analysts said Monday.
Despite signs of an improvement for the U.S. economy, Steve Forbes, Chairman of Forbes Media says the recovery isn’t as vigorous as it should be and claims there’s a lot of disbelief about the turnaround.
Alisher Ali, Managing Partner, Silk Road Management, says Mongolia's economy will continue to power ahead despite China's slowdown.
Brian Fong, Lecturer, Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, discusses the outcome of Hong Kong's Chief Executive Election. Warren Hogan, Chief Economist, ANZ joins in the conversation.
Hong Kong is scheduled to get full democracy by 2017, CNBC's Emily Chan reports on the prospects of universal suffrage.
Gold sellers in India went on strike last Saturday to contest the government's decision to hike taxes on sales of the yellow metal.
Insight on why investing in Japanese companies could add real value to your portfolio, with Francesco Curto, Deutsche Bank.
Insight on the Chinese government are reportedly making it easier for investors to put their capital in China, with Jim Oberweis, The Oberweis Report editor.
The ultimate aim of Hong Kong’s “mini” constitution called the Basic Law is that the chief executive of the city should be elected by the people. Beijing has set a date for this – 2017 when the fifth chief executive election takes place.
Despite improving economic data and rising Treasury yields, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is right to be worried about a false dawn for the U.S. economy, Randall S. Kroszner, a former governor of the Federal Reserve told CNBC on Friday.
Bill Evans, Global Head of Economics, Westpac, says many investors have neglected the fact that Chinese economy is slowing down. He sees Australian dollar to drop to parity against the U.S. dollar by mid this year.
Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus announced plans to launch an ecommerce website in China by year-end to cash in on the country’s strong interest in high-end brands and growing spending power.
A contraction in Chinese manufacturing has sparked fears of a hard landing in that country and an overall global slowdown. But that actually could prove a positive for U.S. economic growth.
After years of fumbling to find its way in the U.S., Volkswagen has hit its stride and is ramping up production to keep pace.
Latest data out of China shows factory activity shrinking for the fifth consecutive month in March, heightening concerns that this could be the turning point for Australia's resource plays and currency as chances increase of a protracted slowdown in the world’s largest consumer of commodities.
China’s leaders have begun actively supporting a populist to become the next chief executive of Hong Kong in elections this Sunday, abandoning their previous private support for a wealthy civil servant whose candidacy has been plagued by scandals, local politicians and political analysts said Wednesday. The NYT reports.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks at another way you can play China if you can’t take the heat from the industrials.
The Chinese government has begun making it much easier for foreign investors to put money into China’s stock market and other financial investments, in a slight relaxing of more than a decade of tight capital controls. The NYT reports.
Keith Ducker, Chief Investment Officer, TORA, explains why he is bearish on the Chinese market.
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David Frigstad, Chairman of Frost & Sullivan, says Japanese firms are "aggressively" pursuing changes in their corporate culture after missing out on previous global opportunities.
Jeffrey Halley, Senior Manager at Saxo Capital Markets, describes the factors impacting the rupee in Thursday trade.
Richard Gelfond, CEO of IMAX, explains why the firm is still seeing "great appetite" for its theater in the mainland.