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In Asia, e-biz clicks

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Indonesia: Freelancers ride on motorcycle-hailing app’s platform 

Riding a Yamaha Fino with an oversized backpack strapped over her shoulders and a make-up trolley in front, Ms Astri Viriana looks like she is on a weekend road trip. 1,708 more words

Current Affairs

Trader: "Ok, So What Do We Do Now?"

Remember “Warning: ‘Cliches May Be Boring,’ But Nature Does ‘Abhor A Vacuum’“?

So that was from Monday and in that post we highlighted some cautionary commentary from Bloomberg contributor Cameron Crise who warned that if history is any guide, gaps tend to close – and in fairly short order. 446 more words


Trump's China Flip-Flop Is Complete: Treasury Declines To Apply Currency Manipulator Label

As tipped by… well, by Donald Trump himself, the Treasury department refrained from labeling China a currency manipulator on Friday in its semiannual report on the foreign-exchange policies of major U.S. 373 more words


Smoking to kill 200 million in China this century: WHO

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

BEIJING: Smoking-related diseases will claim 200 million lives in China this century and plunge tens of millions into poverty, a report said Friday. 347 more words

Current Affairs

China’s Trillion-Dollar Yuan Defense Puts Growth at Risk - By Lingling Wei April 13, 2017 2:12 p.m. ET

Beijing’s aggressive approach threatens to keep other important initiatives on the back burner

BEIJING—President Xi Jinping gathered with his economic mandarins in December for their… 231 more words

Point Of Interest

The Sound Of Another Trump Flip-Flop

IT IS ALL going rather swimmingly for China with the United States right now. Following the happily smooth summit between President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump in Florida last week, the US president has said that China is not manipulating its currency. 168 more words


Two "Bigly"s: Trump WSJ Comments Battle Kim's New Road For Overnight Supremacy

Well needless to say, Donald Trump’s comments in the Wall Street Journal (which hit at ~3:17 EST on Wednesday) set the tone for overnight trading, but as is usually the case with knee-jerk reactions, there was some fading evident. 628 more words