The demand for overseas wealth management products in China is growing but restrictions make moving money difficult. Will a new initiative be the answer?
Both corporations and consumers need to drive more responsible consumption. New research from JD.com and Kearney provides a simple framework for doing it.
The new scheme, which connects the Greater Bay Area to Hong Kong wealth management products, could achieve more connectivity with global asset management.
China is the world's biggest e-commerce market, with online sales worth $1.3 trillion in 2020, and projected to increase to almost $2 trillion by 2025.
China recently limited the time young people may spend playing online games to three hours on weekends. Here's why and what other countries are doing.
China has forbidden under-18s from playing video games for more than three hours a week - an hour per day, 8pm-9pm, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Video gaming is a very lucrative and popular industry around the world, with a global revenue of $154.6 billion expected in 2021.
Some experts believe that countries should strike bilateral deals and form coalitions to trade carbon credits in an international carbon market 'club'.
China has unveiled a new maglev train that uses electro-magnetic force, capable of reaching 600 kph, making it the fastest ground vehicle in the world.
The world’s top 100 companies account for $31.7 trillion in market capital. US companies make up 65% of the total market value, equal to $20.55 trillion.
The US is highly dependent on its neighbours, Canada and Mexico, for trade. The country’s top trading partner is Mexico, making up 14.8% of total trade.
China has a demographic and education gap in its future workforce owing to its aging population, low immigration and relative lack of high-skilled workers.
Asia has increased its representation in the Times Higher Education's World University Rankings from just over a quarter of all ranked universities in 2016 to almost a third today.
Attitudes to cars and mobility in China are markedly different to the rest of the world with significant implications for the global automotive industry
We generate 53 million metric tonnes of e-waste each year. The World Economic Forum's Circular Electronics in China project is working to change that.