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The resilience of Asian economies has reinforced long-term trends that will continue driving China and Southeast Asia’s growth.
China will overtake the United States to become the world’s biggest economy in 2028, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
During a pandemic, how medical costs are shared among the state, insurers and patients has a profound impact on individual wellbeing and welfare.
Malaysians, Australians and Chinese are the most trusting of their healthcare systems, the Ipsos Global Health Service Monitor 2020 finds.
At the Web Summit conference, Danish architecture firm BIG and Chinese tech company Terminus discussed plans to build an AI-run campus in Chongqing.
More than 400 government and business leaders gathered in Beijing to discuss opportunities to transition to a low-carbon economy. Here are some takeaways.
China is seeing an acceleration of ESG awareness and reporting - but companies have a few challenges to overcome in order to truly release this potential.
Cities around the world are being redesigned, adapting their urban and transport infrastructure, with one recurring addition: dockless bikes.
In total, there are 1,121 monuments listed in UNESCO sites, across 167 countries. This list shows which countries are home to the most.
African nations must determine a way to tap into the educational, technological, healthcare and sustainability gains in China over the coming decades.
China has pledged to become carbon-neutral by 2060. Nature-based solutions will be key to meeting this goal - and momentum is already building.
China and India are the two largest countries in terms of population size. India's population is predicted to reach over 1.6 billion around 2060.
China's national emissions trading scheme is designed to include all major industrial sectors. Technical problems have plagued the scheme, delaying it for a further 5 years.
According to an Ipsos survey in 2019, 7 in 10 respondents from 28 countries think that the UN will continue to be a positive force in the world over the next decade.
China's imports and exports have grown quickly in recent months - with imports increasing by 13.2% in September - suggesting an economic recovery from COVID-19 is underway.