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Chinese consumers, especially the younger ones, increasingly favor local brands, Credit Suisse's Emerging Consumer Survey has found.
The shifting preference from Western-style democracy to strongman rule has been a global phenomenon, Lito Camacho, vice chairman for Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse, told CNBC.
At present, China lags the U.S. in every area of AI development except big data, according to an Oxford University report.
Markets have been unsettled by fears of a potential trade war, but there could be buying opportunities in store.
Reducing the flow of credit will solve Australia's soaraway housing market, the chief executive officer of National Australia Bank told CNBC Wednesday.
Much of Asia has since built up buffers to better withstand capital flight, but India's current account balance has continued to deteriorate, said Credit Suisse.
Chinese companies like Alibaba and Tencent will boost Southeast Asia's e-commerce market by bringing in their investments and technology, said Credit Suisse's head of emerging Asia economics, Santitarn Sathirathai.
Credit Suisse Global Chief Investment Officer Michael Strobaek said investors should see February's market jitters as a wake-up call that some risks still exist in an otherwise strong economy.
Speaking with CNBC Wednesday in Hong Kong, former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said the Trump administration's tough trade talk is not populism or nationalism — it's "Trumpism."
Amateurs and professionals can now represent and brand themselves on social media instead of relying on physical gallery spaces, said Malaysian artist Red Hong Yi.
The livestock industry is a global sustainability crisis that many overlook, according to a start-up focused on tackling climate change and global food insecurity.
Credit Suisse's global equity head said he's "relatively relaxed" about global trade risks.
The world needs to reinforce an international rules-based order, said Australia's trade minister Steven Ciobo, to avoid a situation where "the big fish eat the little fish."
Major Australian insurer QBE will look to continue expanding in North America and Asia, even though it has struggled for success in those regions, the company's group CEO said.
Kishore Biyani, founder and group CEO at Future Group, said that food and grocery businesses still find it difficult to make the shift to online.
"I don't know if their folks are bragging that they were doing things that they weren't. Maybe they were doing things, I don't know," he said of Cambridge Analytica.
Former Vice President Joe Biden could be a "pretty serious" candidate to challenge Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential race, Reince Priebus said Wednesday.
"Technology is the differentiator for this cycle, which means the market has to be led by tech," says Andrew Garthwaite, Credit Suisse's head of global equity strategy.
Artificial swarm intelligence combines humans with technology to amplify outcomes, according to Unanimous AI's David Baltaxe.
Other observers have dismissed the suggestion that China would sell U.S. Treasurys to gain an upper hand in the trade war.
The way China responds to the situation in Hong Kong will be crucial in determining how markets and U.S.-China trade talks will be affected, said David Roche, a strategist at London-based research firm Independent Strategy.
Governments need to do more to invest in clean water, urged the chief executive of non-profit organization charity: water.