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New forms of growth in Asia keep trade finance robust
Date: Feb 06, 2020   |   Author: Luca Corsini | Opinion
Although geopolitical tensions have escalated in recent years, trade finance business has remained robust – fuelled, in part, by new opportunities opening up in Asia.
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Partnerships and innovative solutions enable entrepreneurial growth
Date: Feb 05, 2020   |   Author: Richard Hartung | Research Report
As entrepreneurs become investors, insights gained from running startups have proven valuable in identifying success factors – such as partnerships, innovative solutions and interoperability – on whether to invest.
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Compressed margins and bad debts will curtail profits in the coming year
Date: Jan 30, 2020   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping | Research Note
Outlook for the banking industry in Asia Pacific turns negative as the region confronts weaker economic and trade conditions as well as the erosion of investor confidence
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US-China trade war highlights shifting global terrain for financial services
Date: Dec 05, 2019   |   Author: Ellen Hardy | Feature
The US-China trade war may be inching towards a ceasefire, but the ramifications of this economic battle will continue to be felt around the world. As retaliatory restrictions have seen escalating horizontal affects, we take a look at how the war has impacted financial services now and into the future
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Unabated trade tensions heighten recession risks
Date: Oct 30, 2019   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping | Trendwatch
The lacklustre investment growth prospects for emerging market and developing economies (EMDEs) is a cause for concern. Investment growth is subdued and falls below historical averages,