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China’s leadership in clean energy and its strong economic growth are counterweighted by potential trade clashes with the U.S. and simmering social unrest, say experts.
Fast growth by China's Alipay and WeChat Pay will likely continue in parts of Southeast Asia where traditional credit cards were never strong. But expect obstacles in countries with old-style[…]
Technology has dramatically expanded financial inclusion across the globe, but it has also created new questions about regulation and oversight.
After consolidating power at China's recent Party Congress, a key question is whether President Xi Jinping, facing large debts, will follow Deng Xiaoping's path and open up China's economy more.
The innovations of the U.S. tech sector are justly acclaimed, but China is racing ahead in the rapidly developing fintech sector, with India poised to follow, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey[…]
Wharton vice dean Karl Ulrich describes the latest shifts in China’s growing bike-sharing market.
A fast-rising middle class and urbanization are driving more competition and specialization, says a principal at Morgan Stanley.
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The co-working trend is taking off in China. UrWork is a pioneer in this industry, with its business model of flexible workspaces that let companies adapt nimbly to market conditions.
Penn’s Jacques deLisle and Stanford’s Richard Dasher discuss the Korean nuclear threat and the implications for the players in this “complicated, tough, high-stakes diplomacy.”
Nicolas Aguzin, chairman and CEO of J.P.Morgan, Asia Pacific, discusses why Asia’s innovations and massive scale make it the most exciting banking market.