There's a growing demand for smart intelligent equipment and advanced manufacturing devices among Chinese companies, says Vice Director-General of the China International Import Expo Bureau Zhong Xiaomin.
Jenny Lee of GGV Capital says many Chinese companies she works with are focused on the domestic market, which is big enough for them to innovate in.
Paul Gambles of MBMG Group says the pressure is on America to make a deal with China when the two presidents meet at the upcoming G-20 summit.
Mike Wells, chief executive of Prudential, says the health insurance industry is going to move from insuring medical expenses to improving longevity.
Brian Langenberg of Langenberg & Company acknowledges that General Electric's fundamentals are bad, but says the market is missing the "major change" in the company's leadership.
Peter Schwartz of Salesforce says artificial intelligence is "not going to replace people."
Janet Tsang of J.P. Morgan Asset Management says Asian stocks look attractive because valuations have corrected, earnings are "reasonably strong" and long-term growth remains "tremendous."
Orocobre CEO Richard Seville discusses the long-term transformation of his lithium-focused company.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries has not been effective and cannot make decisions because they are always at loggerheads with each other.
Lemon Zhang of Standard Chartered Bank explains why she is in the camp that believes the dollar-yuan will remain below 7 by the end of 2018.
There's "good money" to be made in the U.S. stock market, but the opportunities are "narrow," says Cole Smead of Smead Capital Management.
The Australian economy has traditionally been driven by a housing boom, but the property sector's contribution to growth has "probably peaked," says George Tharenou of UBS.
Mark Mobius of Mobius Capital Partners says by the time oil prices touch $100 per barrel, currencies in emerging markets would have "caught up" to weather that increase.
Richard White, CEO and founder of software firm WiseTech Global, says the company will focus on growing in Asia.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to meet at the G20 summit in Argentina. Douglas Paal of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace discusses what to expect.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says his government has a "strong agenda" to promote economic growth in the country.
Remo Ruffini, the chairman and CEO of Moncler, discusses his strategy to deepen the brand's footprint in Asia.
Haren Shah of Taurus Wealth Advisors says market sentiment will likely remain "tentative" while investors search for a more definitive direction.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says his country believes that "regional stability is important for regional prosperity."
Giulio Xiloyannis of Zalora explains why the company pulled out of Thailand and Vietnam. He said it was not a matter of reducing investment in the Southeast Asian region.