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  1. Technology is just what the doctor ordered for China’s healthcare industries

    When you think of the challenges of delivering online healthcare in China, what springs to mind? Data confidentiality? Accurate diagnosis? Well, it turns out that one of the obstacles is retraining doctors to realise that, while it’s normal for in-person consultations to only last three minutes, online they need to spend more time with the patient. 

  2. What’s going on with the US-China relationship? It’s complicated…

    The modern dating game is difficult to navigate, more so when you are the world’s biggest superpowers. So it was no wonder that panelists at the 22nd Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference (AIC) struggled to agree on the correct romantic metaphor to describe the state of the relationship between the US and China. Are they a married couple that is thinking about a divorce? Or a pair that have been dating for a while but are yet to fully commit? Whatever the description, one area of agreement was that all is not well between the world’s two largest economies. 

  3. Serena Shao: The future of healthcare innovation in China hinges on the resolution of a two-sided dilemma

    We interview our Head of China Healthcare Research to understand how new government initiatives in China are disrupting Chinese healthcare. 

  4. Is it time to rethink disruption as usual?

    Much of the discourse around disruption has treated it as a threat, a trend to guard against or grudgingly accept. And while it’s true that disruption has created challenges for industry incumbents, it has equally been a source of empowerment for many consumers, businesses and investors by creating new ways to connect, collaborate and create value.

  5. James Sweeney: There is an unrecognized disruptive trend that investors should focus more on

    We sit down with our Chief Economist to get his perspective on the disruptive trends in our global economy. Here's what James Sweeney had to say.