Chinese President Xi Jinping Meet; Hope to build rapport

by: Jacob Hansen

Posted on June 8, 2013 at 6:06 PM



President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a summit in California on June 7th and 8th to meet as world leaders for the first time and discuss policy issues.  The summit was originally scheduled to take place in the fall, but both leaders opted to meet earlier in a move that indicates a renewed foc...

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Beijing's Versatile Edge

by: Zara Mohidin

Posted on May 30, 2013 at 7:05 PM



On May 7th 2013, Clyde & Co made a powerful decision to open a new office in Beijing. Beijing has become a magnet for many international law firms looking to expand their influence on China. For example, Clyde &Co has expanded it's client base in China within the past two to three years and in order to insure th...

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The Asia Region's Best Exchange-Rate Rally

by: Amy Amornpongpisut

Posted on April 27, 2013 at 7:04 PM



Amidst a flourishing economic climate in Asia, eyes are turning to the fluctuating currency rates more than ever.  The week of April 20th was the best week for Asian currencies in the past seven months.  Additionally, Asian shares rose the most in almost two weeks amid growth in U.S. home sales, earnings that exceeded f...

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What would China do if North Korea goes to war?

by: Zara Mohidin

Posted on April 13, 2013 at 6:04 PM



With recent threats against South Korea, the U.S. and Japan, North Korea is set on projecting a new incalculable and determined image. But what does this means for the booming economies around them, namely China? Ultimately, China will do whatever is necessary to prevent hostilities from breaking out because it has to p...

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2013 Chambers Asia-Pacific Awards for Excellence

by: Jiun-wen Teoh

Posted on March 22, 2013 at 9:03 PM



The winners for the Chambers Asia-Pacific Wards 2013 were announced onFebruary 28. The awards recognize national and international law firms across theregion for their notable achievements and outstanding work in legal services. Thisyear’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Legal Profession goes to Kap You(Kevin) Kim...

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China Implements New Regional Debt Rule to Prevent Financial Risk

by: Jiun-wen Teoh

Posted on February 22, 2013 at 6:02 PM



To further stabilize its financial system and prevent risks from spilling over,the Chinese government is moving towards segregating soured loans at theregional level from national debt disposal. In an attempt to address risks, Chinais clarifying its so far inefficient debt rules regarding their treatment of nationaland ...

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The Best Foreign Currencies to Invest in for 2013

by: Zara Mohidin

Posted on February 22, 2013 at 6:02 PM



As the U.S. economy shows signs of recovery this year, many Americans are expecting for the jobs lost to their cheaper and more efficient counterparts in the East to return home. As the one of the first Presidents to grapple with the shifting global economy naturally, President Obama is the most prominent advocate for "...

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China's Increase In Outbound Foreign Investments

by: Zara Mohidin

Posted on February 14, 2013 at 11:02 PM



Chinese outbound foreign direct investments (ODFI) in December 2012 were the largest on record, demonstrating that the world's largest recipient of foreign direct investments over the last decade has begun to return the favor.According to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, Chinese non-financial ODFI totaled $14.7 billion...

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China's Tousle With the SEC

by: Zara Mohidin

Posted on February 8, 2013 at 10:02 PM



During the past decade, China's unprecedented economic growth and stability has captured a global audience. American companies have had mixed feelings towards the success of their Asian rival; some businesses have tapped into the extremely valuable potential of these Chinese companies while others have maintained a stri...

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China’s Political Transition

by: Amy Amornpongpisut

Posted on December 23, 2012 at 2:12 AM



For some time now, China, a burgeoning superpower with the second largest economy in the world, has been executing their general change in leadership. Many were anticipating China’s change in leadership predicting that it would signal China’s continued liberalization and globalization, or a retrenchment of hardline poli...

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