At the edge of the Gobi Desert, in Inner Mongolia, ferocious sandstorms whipped up by deforestation and global warming turn April into a monumental challenge for herders and farmers every year.
China’s second International Import Expo Legal Forum, being part of the China Council for Promotion of International Trade, was held earlier this month in Shanghai.
Vu Van grew up in rural central Vietnam where her parents ran small businesses. Following their path of hard work and ambition, she built a career in international business before winning a place at Stanford Business School.
When Japan and South Korea hosted football’s World Cup in 2002, it precipitated a significant increase in Asian investment in the sport.
If Beijing is China’s centre of power and Shanghai the business and financial giant, where is the nation’s capital of cool? A growing consensus of opinion leaders, including fashion bible Vogue, points to Xiamen, a little-known city of 3.5 million people on China’s southern coast.
Democracy provides the framework for our modern, western world. What impact will falling trust in politicians have on the world of business? How should companies navigate political upheaval? Expert advisors can help translate the uncertainty of the future.
The Rugby World Cup 2019 kicks off on Friday 20 September in Tokyo, the first time in the sport’s history it has been held in Asia.
Singapore’s Anthony Tan and Indonesia’s Nadiem Makarim have much in common. Both in their mid-30s, they secured Harvard MBAs before going on to stunning success as founders of Southeast Asian ride-hailing apps. Tan’s Grab and Makarim’s Go-Jek are the region’s first, and so far only, decacorns – startups valued at more than $10 billion. The
Mishcon de Reya and Legatus Family Office hosted their first legal and educational programme for the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (“SAIF”) at the end of July. With growing sophistication of the market and an increased level of wealth, Chinese families are becoming increasingly interested in family offices as a way to manage affairs in
Deep in Odisha, India’s second-poorest state, vans deliver washing machines to village homes located by directions such as “around the corner from the temple”.
China’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) is, by some estimates, one of the largest infrastructure and investment projects in history, covering more than 70 countries, 65 per cent of the world’s population and one-third of the world’s GDP (source: EBRD). Over 150 countries and organisations have signed agreements with the People’s Republic of China on the joint implementation of the Belt & Road Initiative to date.
Published today, the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) 2019 examines over forty-thousand cybersecurity incidents and over two-thousand breaches. The report acts as a kind of industry barometer for cyber-attacks, giving insight into trends experienced across industries and providing empirical data to help cybersecurity practitioners prioritise how they combat these attacks.