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Hong Kong’s challenges and ambitions positioning itself in times of uncertainty

The Belt and Road Initiative is meant to deliver positive effects stemming from its principles of shared productive GDP growth across all participating countries and brings new business to Chinas capacities to build infrastructure. 574 more words


Discussing a New World Order at #AFF 2017 while “Bosses” partnered in Davos

Over the last 9 years I had been following #AFF Hong Kong thoughtfully for the 8th time, giving me a 6-8 month head start on Asian economies’ realities over anyone relying on Western media reports on Asia. 581 more words


Thank You, President Obama!

Bracketed by the disastrous George W. Bush and the unstable Donald Trump, it’s clear that future historians will look kindly at Barack Obama’s presidency. On December 16, he held what was expected to be his final press conference. 657 more words

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Amazon says it will create 100,000 jobs across the U.S.

NEW YORK — Amazon just delivered an olive branch to Donald Trump.

Amazon announced Thursday that it plans to create more than 100,000 new full-time jobs in the U.S. 510 more words


Trump says one of China's most notorious thieves of American IP is a "great, great entrepreneur"

Right now, a “Make America Great Again” hat will set you back $25 on the official merchandise site for president-elect Donald Trump. Vendors on Taobao—the Chinese online marketplace run by e-commerce giant Alibaba—will sell you one for… 371 more words

Final tally: 11.3 million jobs created over two terms of Obama

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The final tally is in: 11.3 million new jobs were created under President Obama.

The president is claiming a big victory on getting Americans back to work again. 383 more words


Obama legacy: More Americans out of work than ever

(NationalSentinel) President Obama has consistently worried about how he will be remembered during his time in office. Let’s hope historians will document what a lousy job he did keeping Americans employed. 267 more words

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