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According to Crunchbase data, start-up AutoX has raised around $43 million in funds, and that includes an investment from China's Dongfeng Motor Group.
With the U.S. and China seemingly nearing the conclusion of a trade deal, many experts have predicted that Washington could next turn up tensions with the European Union.
The possibility that multinational firms may create and transact in their own cryptocurrencies is not "unreasonable" in the medium term, according to venture capital firm Blockchain Capital Limited's Gavin Brown.
Factors such as a nationalistic shift in government policies and the U.S. withdrawal from multilateral agreements have resulted in a paradigm shift in the world, says Lito Camacho, vice chairman at Credit Suisse Asia Pacific.
Benjamin Cavalli, Credit Suisse's head of private banking for South Asia, discusses how the bank retains talent and wealthy clients.
Gavin Brown, co-founder & director at the London-based Blockchain Capital Limited, discusses the benefits of blockchain technology.
Lito Camacho of Credit Suisse says angry citizens are changing political landscapes around the world, with governments creating nationalistic policies. He also says the western world is still learning to live with China as an economic "superpower."
Ho Kwon Ping of Banyan Tree discusses the impact of the bombings in Sri Lanka on his business. He says tourism is very susceptible to event risks.
Seemant Jauhari, managing partner at HealthXCapital, discusses the link between infrastructure and modern health care in Asia.
Jianxiong Xiao of AutoX says his company is building an artificial intelligence platform to power self-driving cars, and hopes to make such vehicles "universally applicable," including for logisitcs and deliveries.
Anthony Gardner, former U.S. ambassador the European Union, says the U.S. and EU are each others' "best partners," but there is now a risk of trade friction. He also says Europe is not saying "no way Huawei" despite American pressure.
China's auto industry has hit a soft patch, but there may be a bright spot.