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Electric Motorcycles Driving Taiwan's New Green Transport Programme

16 Oct 2019

While the world's focus on cutting emissions rests on the less-than-humble electric car, Taiwan aims to ultimately replace its entire fleet of 14 million motorcycles with battery-driven versions, desp...Read More

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The Greater Bay Area: Powering “Smart” Integration

9 Oct 2019

Siemens, one of Europe’s largest industrial manufacturing companies, is a leading digital connector for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area development. The German conglomerate uses its Hon...Read More

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Bolshy Bears and VR Malls Share Floorspace at Tokyo Content Event

30 Aug 2019

While new innovations in the field of digital technology are driving the need for ever-more versatile, high-tech content creation, lingering affection for simpler and far fluffier fare leaves many con...Read More

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The Greater Bay Area: Delivering Digital Integration

14 Aug 2019

Global technology conglomerate Dell Technologies set its roots in Hong Kong more than 30 years ago and since then has established itself as a major tech player across China. In the past 20 years, the ...Read More

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Blockchain Gang Forefront Real-Life Applications Over Developer Hype

19 July 2019

This year's London-hosted Blockchain for Business Summit saw speculation, hype and unsubstantiatable claims banished to the bar, while delegates tussled with the real-world applications of this versat...Read More

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ASEAN Sustainable Energy Sector Faces Sustained Mainland Challenge

12 July 2019

This year's Bangkok-hosted ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week showcased an industry in rude health, albeit one that was increasingly conscious that many mainland businesses are making a cost-led landgrab f...Read More

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Taiwan's Huawei Suppliers Fear US Ban Could Render Them Non-Viable

3 July 2019

With the US-China trade war now zeroing in on individual mainland businesses, long-term Taiwan-based contributors to Huawei's supply chain fear the blacklisting of the telco could have serious repercu...Read More

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Digital Translators and In-Car Computing Soar at Shenzhen IT Show

20 June 2019

Sprawling across nine exhibition halls, the seventh edition of the China Technology Expo saw domestic manufacturers in a confident mood, believing their recent innovations had assured them of world le...Read More

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The Greater Bay Area: Capitalising on Semiconductor Opportunities

19 June 2019

With its R&D, manufacturing and market focus, global semiconductor heavyweight ST Microelectronics sees huge opportunities across the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, with Hong Kong as the ...Read More

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Local Players Gear Up to Capitalise on Taiwan's Looming 5G Roll-Out

3 June 2019

While not quite in the same league as mainland China or the US when it comes to 5G implementation, Taiwan still has high hopes that the high-speed cellular protocol will boost local tech industries an...Read More

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Uncertainty Dogs Industry 4.0, Even Among Smart Technology Users

28 May 2019

The new frontier of smart technology for industry is proving to be as much of a challenge to define as it is to implement, with the UK's Industry 4.0 Summit & Expo providing some of the answers, while...Read More

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Hong Kong Leading the Way in Greater Bay Area Biomedical Services Cooperation

17 May 2019

The Outline Development Plan for Greater Bay Area fosters close cooperation in medical and healthcare resources. The government departments are formulating policies, such as cross-border customs-clear...Read More

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Russia Set to Adopt Proprietary Internet of Things Network by 2024

16 May 2019

Joint venture Glonass-TM given the go-ahead to install 34,000 nationwide base stations over the next five years....Read More

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Malaysia's State-Backed Green-Tech Sector Attracts Global Attention

15 May 2019

With generous government eco-supportive stipends already in place – and the promise of more to come – Kuala Lumpur's Greentech event played host to a resurgent number of local players and a wide cross...Read More

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Greater Bay Area Cooperation in Combatting Epidemics: How Hong Kong’s Expertise Can Help

15 May 2019

The world has been on constant alert when it comes to pandemics and epidemics, particularly in cities where crowded living conditions can often accelerate the spread of any infection outbreak. Hong Ko...Read More

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Biomedical Services: Linking the Greater Bay Area and the Belt and Road Markets

6 May 2019

Hong Kong is a significant hub for cooperation in R&D and advanced biomedical services in the Greater Bay Area and beyond. The city can fill the gap between mainland China and overseas in the field of...Read More

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Hong Kong Companies in the GBA (2): From ‘Made in China’ to ‘Smartly Made in China’

25 April 2019

Hong Kong-based Coeus Automation Technology specialises in intelligent industrial transformation services. The company aims to introduce advanced technology and management expertise from abroad to hel...Read More

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Opportunities Arising from Shandong’s Growth Driver Initiative

25 April 2019

According to the Master Plan of Shandong for Establishing the Comprehensive Pilot Zone for Replacing Old Growth Drivers with New Ones, Shandong is upgrading five traditional industries and developing ...Read More

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Re-Badged Ecobuild Keeps Focus on Sustainable Construction Practices

16 April 2019

Despite being reinvented as Futurebuild, the long-established Ecobuild, the UK's leading event for environmentally responsible real estate development, has stayed true to its founding principles, acco...Read More

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Automated Systems Suppliers Struggling to Meet Booming US Demand

1 April 2019

Staff shortages, rapid reshoring and the expansion of the US economy have all combined to spur a surge in demand for enhanced automated systems in many North American industries, according to exhibito...Read More

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