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Lee Cheuk Yan, Chairman of the Labour Party and Regina Ip, Chairwoman of the New People's Party discuss C.Y. Leung's 5 year plan for Hong Kong.
King Lip, Chief Investment Officer, Baker Avenue Asset Management explains why he is cautiously optimistic on earnings season in the United States.
Walter von Kanel, President of Longines says the company has been enjoying "non-stop" growth in sales in China over the past 20 years. He is optimistic on China's appetite for luxury goods.
Richard Aborn, President, Citizens Crime Commission of New York, discusses America's battle with guns and the need for tighter gun-control measures.
Peter Alexander, Managing Director, Z-Ben discusses reasons and implications of the ongoing internationalization of the renminbi.
Richard Hilgert, Equity Analyst, Morningstar, talks about the recovery in U.S. auto industry. He explains what's driving the revival.
Luc Frieden, Finance Minister of Luxembourg describes the debate over whether national countries should be part of the European Stability Mechanism's (ESM) rescue operation.
Ronald Arculli, former chairman of HKEx discusses the implications of China's QDII 2 - a program to allow individual investors more leeway to put money in international markets.
Japan's $117 billion economic stimulus package is a positive start to revive a frail economy. But the government needs to follow this up with long term structural changes and the central bank has to chip in with some bold moves - otherwise disappointment is sure to follow, analysts say.
Ronald Man, Asia-Pacific Economist, HSBC explains how Korea's recovery will be export-led thanks to China's trade data, which will lift Korean employment and household income.
Shen Minggao, Head of China Research and Greater China Chief Economist, Citi says China's economic growth may decelerate from H2 of 2013 in the absence of an aggressive policy stimulus.
Christopher Ferrarone, Global Equity Strategist, UBS and Thomas Byrne, Moody's Investors Service, explain why Abe's stimulus package won't be enough for sustainable GDP growth.
Japan's stock market has had a blistering run,climbing 20 percent in less than two months on a weakening yen and expectations of aggressive monetary easing. Further gains now come down to the new government and whether it can come true on its pledge to revive an economy in recession, analysts said.
Christine Greybe, President, DHR International explains why the demand for leadership talent is strong in Asia, especially China.
Meyer Shields, Insurance Sector Analyst, Stifel Nicolaus says given the level of antagonism the lawsuit would have generated, AIG made the right call to sit on the sidelines.
Norman Chan, Head of Investment, Calibre Asset Management, explains why Chinese trade figures are becoming less important.
Andrew Tonner, Technology and Media Financial Editor, The Motley Fool explains why the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is losing its appeal among big technology companies.
David Lennox, Resources Analyst, Fat Prophets explains why he is optimistic on base metals and gold in 2013. He further discusses his expectations in China's commodity space.
Joseph Cheng, Professor, City University of Hong Kong, says the new Chinese leaders are concerned about their image regarding censorship. He also explains why the leaders need time to consolidate their power base.
Jesse Lentchner, CEO, Asia Pacific, BTIG, describes the many ways the Japanese government could weaken its currency, including moving on-shore savings off-shore.