Robert Dingemanse, CEO of PAL-V International, says the flying car, or gyroplane, functions differently from a helicopter.
There are challenges ahead as China attempts to ramp up economic reforms. Geoff Cutmore and Sophia Yan report from the Boao Forum.
Tom Lembong, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board, says U.S. President Donald Trump's approach to trade could give Indonesia the room to "grow up."
Tom Lembong, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board, says the U.S. will continue to be influential in the region through the reach of its tech companies.
Geoff Raby of Geoff Raby & Associates says it is naive to assume China is not a regional power just because it is not a democracy.
Geoff Raby of Geoff Raby & Associates says Australia has to perform a balancing act between its economic and security concerns when it comes to China ties.
Peter Pitts of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest says he's "pretty positive" factions within the Republican party could work something out soon.
Jim Lowell, CIO of Adviser Investments, says U.S. markets could reach "higher highs" is President Trump's pro-business policies are approved by Congress.
Kingsley Jones of Jevons Global explains why he's reducing his defensive position of being overweight on U.S. markets.
Simon Lue-Fong of Pictet Asset Management says emerging markets can cope with higher interest rates now due to better fundamentals.
Jim Sarni of Payden & Rygel says banks still have much to gain from future legislation.
Katrina Ell of Moody's Analytics says the central bank in New Zealand could keep its current cash rate of 1.75 percent accommodative for up to 2 years.
Ryan Hreljac of Ryan's Well Foundation talks about the millions of people around the world, such as India and China, with no access to clean water.
Rodger Baker of Stratfor says if a more leftist government takes office post-election, South Korea's relationship with the U.S. and China will change.
Fredrik Erixon of the European Centre for International Political Economy says he expects a "quiet period" as the U.K. and Europe work out an agenda for talks.
Rodger Baker of Stratfor talks about the fracture in the Republican party over the Obamacare replacement healthcare bill.
John Burke, CEO of Burke Financial Strategies, says we haven't seen the worst of the pullback in U.S. equities yet.
Sheila Smith of the Council on Foreign Relations says political momentum might drive the conversation between Japanese and European leaders.
Isaias Jose Calisto, global CEO of Cartrack, says there will be fewer vehicles in the future but they will be able to do more.
Wayne Kaufman of Phoenix Financial Services says it is unlikely the Fed will raise interest rates more than 3 times this year.