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  1. Influence of Asia’s demographic changes on the world’s markets

    Influence of Asia’s demographic changes on the world’s markets

    In the ten years ending in 2019, ten economies in Asia, the so-called A-10, made up 50% of incremental global GDP and 60% of incremental goods exports, and supplied USD 5 trillion in capital to the rest of the world. As half of these countries are aging rapidly, how will the global supply of labor and capital be affected?

  2. The department store of the future. Shopping in Beijing.

    China's new middle class, numbering some 400 million people, will fundamentally change global trade. What are these people buying? How do they approach consumption? We accompany a young Chinese woman as she goes shopping – and catch a glimpse of our own future.

  3. Power play in Asia leads to a shift in economic and political allegiances

    Power play in Asia leads to a shift in economic and political allegiances

    With China expanding its sphere of influence globally Asia is witnessing a huge geopolitical transformation. Freedom of navigation and littoral fishing and mineral extraction rights are under growing dispute. Smaller nations drawn into this conflict of claims must seek to protect their interests with the most favorable economic and security alliances.

  4. Innovation in China – driving towards smart electric cars

    Innovation in China – driving towards smart electric cars

    By actively adapting digital solutions China will soon be one of the leading players in the smart electric vehicle space.

  5. China's Belt and Road Initiative. Big hopes, big fears.

    China's Belt and Road Initiative. Big hopes, big fears.

    China is bringing the economies of Europe, Africa and Asia closer together with the century's largest infrastructure project. The New Silk Road may bring a surge in growth – and it's inspiring hopes and fears alike.

  6. Emerging Asia will produce more than half of global output by 2050

    Emerging Asia will produce more than half of global output by 2050

    Emerging Asia's share of global economic output is set to reach 55 percent by 2050. The region's equity and corporate bond markets are on course to assume close to a 30 percent global share by 2030. Credit Suisse Research Institute's (CSRI) latest 'Asia in Transition' report highlights the key changes taking place in the region.

  7. Operating Under the "New Normal" in China

    Foreign firms investing in China face tougher times, as the country's economic growth slows. More regulations and the search for talent also make it harder to operate there. The outlook nevertheless remains positive.