Chinese investment in Africa, while still worth billions of dollars, is decreasing. Here's how a growing focus on technology could rebalance the relationship.
Everyone, regardless of how remote they are, should be able to enjoy the advantages of our digital society.
The two giants of Chinese retail, Alibaba Group and JD.com, have changed the face of retail - and now they have their sights set on transforming retail in the US and Europe, too
China's dominance in global e-commerce is still growing - but what does the future hold?
Proper financing, more dominant players and a clearer industrial policy would give Europe's entrepreneurs a better footing.
With its focus on science, technology and innovation, the Annual Meeting of the New Champions is where the best and brightest meet to tackle the question - what does the future hold?
With trillions of dollars projected for investment in the Belt and Road Initiative - how we can make this an opportunity for green transformation in the region?
The sooner companies embrace the very innovations that are threatening their traditional businesses, the sooner they can be disrupters in their own markets.
From forgetting past policies, to listening to the needs of the excluded, here’s how our leaders should address a global trade system under increasing stress.
With the US Federal Reserve confirming further rate hikes to come, emerging markets like China are the most vulnerable to the ripples this will send through the global economy.
Military spending is rising in countries throughout southeast Asia - but so is GDP.
The WTO has been a driver of global trade and prosperity for decades, but it hasn't kept pace with the times. Its survival depends on reform, and this year's G20 trade meeting could hold ...
China is leading the way in a number of industries, whether it's the next generation of mobile internet, robotics, electric cars or even carbon trading.
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The Indian and Pacific oceans are increasingly seen as a unified strategic space. But geopolitical tensions in the region mean that not all countries see the concept in the same way.