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Chinese Investment in Malaysia Soars in Bid to Deliver BRI Goals

18 Sept 2017

With a 2016 investment surge of 119%, Malaysia is one of the key beneficiaries of China's Belt and Road funding....Read More

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Malaysian Infrastructure Upgrade Set to Boost BRI and Digital Economy

4 Sept 2017

Major hydropower and roadway investments chime well with the overall objectives of the Belt and Road Initiative....Read More

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Foreign Investment, Merger and Acquisition Administration Procedures Streamlined

28 Aug 2017

The filing administration procedures required in the case of overseas companies acquiring or merging with domestic enterprises, as well as those related to foreign investments in listed companies, are...Read More

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Phnom Penh Expressway Project Secures Belt and Road Funding

28 Aug 2017

Cambodia's major BRI project expected to be completed by 2020 following partnership deal with Chinese developer....Read More

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Hydropower Investment Sees Laos Aligned with BRI Objectives

22 Aug 2017

China's stake in Laos' sustainable-energy sector paves way for closer long-term Belt and Road collaboration....Read More

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New Guidelines Introduced for SOE Overseas Investments

21 Aug 2017

New guidelines have been issued as to the financial management of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) making investments overseas. Outlined in the Ministry of Finance’s recently-published Measures for the ...Read More

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MYANMAR: Companies Listed on Yangon Stock Exchange Now Qualify for 5% CIT Cut

18 Aug 2017

Companies listed on the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) are now eligible to pay corporate income tax (CIT) at a lower rate of 20%, which is a 5% cut from Myanmar’s standard CIT rate....Read More

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Rising or Falling: Mixed Messages from Africa's Economic Frontline

17 Aug 2017

Some 10 years ago, received wisdom had it that Africa had shrugged off its image as the 'hopeless continent', with investors entranced by the prospects of this economic final frontier. Now, though, ma...Read More

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Reform and Liberalisation Announced for Beijing’s Services Sector

17 Aug 2017

The State Council has called for the further reform of Beijing’s services sector. Following its 11 July session, the Council emphasised the need for sustained efforts to reduce market access restricti...Read More

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One-stop Registration and Banking Service Launched for Hong Kong Businesses Looking to Invest in Guangdong

4 Aug 2017

A one-stop business registration and banking service has been introduced for Hong Kong investors looking to launch a business in Guangdong. This new service – The Commercial Registration Bank-Governme...Read More

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Mandatory State Insurance Contributions Set to be Reduced

3 Aug 2017

Contributions are to be reduced to pension insurance, medical insurance, unemployment insurance, work-related injury insurance, maternity insurance and the housing provident fund (known as the “five i...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Access to Funding

31 July 2017

Lack of funding is a major constraint limiting the pool of potential entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. Start-ups find it hard to gain access to early stage capital as conventional venture capital firms and ...Read More

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Development Prospects for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area and the Role of Hong Kong

25 July 2017

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area will bring about new opportunities. Hong Kong’s strengths in financial services, professional services and international ties can contribute to the transformatio...Read More

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13th Five-Year Plan for Development of Financial IT Looks to Boost Security and Innovation

24 July 2017

The 13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Information Technology in China’s Financial Sector has recently been released by the People’s Bank of China (PBOC). The new plan stresses the need for th...Read More

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Vietnam Pins Hope for Future Economic Direction on Three New SEZs

20 July 2017

New legislation paves way for expanded Special Economic Zones as part of reboot of inward investment programme....Read More

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Costs Cut for Commercial and Individual Credit Reports

20 July 2017

The cost of commercial credit reports from the Credit Reference Center, a division of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), has been cut from RMB60 a copy to RMB40. At the same time, the charge for consu...Read More

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The Czech Republic: A Belt and Road Link in CEE podcast

14 July 2017

Over the last few years, the Czech Republic has increasingly become a crucial Belt and Road link. It boasts one of the best flight connections between CEECs and the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, whi...Read More

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CEPA 2017: New Measures and New Opportunities for Hong Kong

13 July 2017

The signing of Investment Agreement and the Ecotech Agreement has turned CEPA into a full-fledged FTA, on the one hand providing greater clarity on protection of investment in services sectors, non-se...Read More

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Belt and Road: Development of China’s Overseas Economic and Trade Co-operation Zones (5)

4 July 2017

Part of a joint research initiative by HKTDC Research and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, this study provides an overview of the performance of China’s Overseas Economic and Trade Co-operatio...Read More

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CAMBODIA: Compulsory Licensing Introduced for Digital Payment Services

29 June 2017

All digital payments services providers (PSPs) in Cambodia are now required to secure an operating licence from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC). The requirement applies equally to banks and all ot...Read More

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