Mary Biggins of MealPal discusses how the company has modified its product offering for the Singapore market.
Anthony Neoh of the Asia Academy of International Law and former chairman of the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong also discusses China's exclusion of Xiaomi in its stock connect program.
Henry Chin of CBRE says the trade war between Washington and Beijing has had a "fairly benign" impact on China's commercial real estate market for now.
Sean Gardiner of Morgan Stanley explains why Singapore is likely to "stand out" for investors over the next 12 months.
David Marsh of OMFIF says many professional investors are unlikely to consider putting money in China's Belt and Road initiative for now as the risks are "pretty opaque."
Michael Cluzel of Eatigo discusses the company's business model and how it works with restaurants to drive greater traffic to their establishments at the desired times.
Pin Ni of the China General Chamber of Commerce-U.S.A. expresses his hope for the trade war between Washington and Beijing to be resolved soon.
Jeffrey Kleintop of Charles Schwab says potential U.S. tariffs on auto imports could "derail" global economic growth.
Olivier Gergele of A.T. Kearney says it's "still the beginning of the journey" for e-commerce in Southeast Asia.
Angela Stent of Georgetown University says President Donald Trump "must have gone too far" at his recent summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, spurring members of the U.S. Congress to criticize his actions.
Hugh Johnson of Hugh Johnson Advisors explains why investing in Netflix is "not for the faint of heart."
Brett Himbury of IFM Investors explains why "significant opportunities" could be present for long-term investors.
Tom Byer of T3 Group explains why countries in Asia such as China find it difficult to nurture soccer talent.
Julia Wang of HSBC says it "doesn't look like" the recent escalation in the trade war between Washington and Beijing has had an impact on businesses in China so far.
Bryan Goh of Bordier & Cie explains why "there could be positives" from the U.S.-China trade war.
Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank says the "sun is shining" in terms of oil prices for Malaysia.
Shirley Crystal Chua of Golden Equator says Southeast Asia is likely to see "extreme growth" in the next five years.
Mark Jolley of CCB International Securities says the trade war between the U.S. and China is unlikely to "deteriorate" much further in the short-term.
Will Townsend of Moor Insights & Strategy says Samsung Electronics' expertise in end devices and infrastructure allow it to be "uniquely positioned" in the 5G race.
Elias Haddad of Commonwealth Bank says the global growth outlook remains "fairly constructive."