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As the United States and China compete to dominate artificial intelligence technology, the two countries could end up each running 50 percent of the internet in the future.
J.P. Morgan Private Bank's head of investment strategy for Asia says "we're probably going to see more incrementalism" out of Beijing.
The company said it would use the proceeds to expand and deepen Go-Jek's presence in its home market Indonesia, as well as Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand.
The Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) came in at 48.3 in January, compared to 49.7 in December.
A farm sector relief package to attract the crucial farmers' vote, tax cuts, and support for badly hit small and medium businesses will likely form the main planks of India's budget set to be unveiled on Friday.
Experts say the Indian government could announce measures to help financially distressed farmers and small businesses to shore up support before the parliamentary elections that are due by May.
China's official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for January was 49.5, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. That's higher than the 49.4 reported in previous month, and the 49.3 expected by analysts in a Reuters poll.
Ritesh Agarwal, a Thiel Fellow, is founder and CEO of OYO and one of India's wealthiest self-made entrepreneurs.
In an annual ranking of the Index of Economic Freedom, Hong Kong has come out on top for the 25th year in a row. That's despite the city coming under increasing political pressure from Beijing in recent years.
The German software company SAP is still hopeful about the Chinese market despite other multinationals signaling slower demand from the world's second-largest economy.
Apple reported revenue from China in its first quarter 2019 earnings report Tuesday.
Hong Kong's residential property market price decline is just about over. Now, analysts are calling a bottom and saying prices are set to turn upward again.
After supporting the property market in previous rounds of stimulus, analysts say Beijing has only one primary option for spending: infrastructure.
The administration sees fifth generation, or 5G, network, as part of a new arms race where the winner would gain an economic, intelligence and military edge for much of this century, according to the New York Times.
China's slowing economy will make it harder for the country's companies to pay their debts in 2019, ratings agencies said, even as Beijing pushed out more stimulus measures.
The Year of the Pig will likely be a rocky one for Hong Kong equities, according to the CLSA Feng Shui Index, its tongue-in-cheek annual report using traditional Chinese geomancy to predict the markets.
China, once the world's largest importer of waste, stopped 24 types of scraps from entering its borders starting January last year. That move uprooted the global order in waste management and turned Malaysia into a new favored dumping ground.
American billionaire investor Warren Buffett has often said not to bet against the United States. When Guo Guangchang, chairman of Fosun International, was asked if he would say the same about China's economy, Guo replied: "Of course."
China's retail sales will reach $5.6 trillion in 2019, compared to $5.5 trillion in the U.S., according to a forecast from eMarketer.
The world's business elite agree that economic growth is slowing. But when it comes to a possible recession, that's where the consensus ends.