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As 2021 is exposing many of the flaws and fragilities of the global shipping industry, disruption seems but the logical response. However, reforming the industry is far easier said than done

Jun 09 2021

China’s labour force is shrinking and the consequences will be global, predicts ANZ Bank

May 10 2021


Serial changes to China’s energy mix, needed to achieve its pledge of reaching peak emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060, will create tectonic shifts in commodity markets

Apr 28 2021

Dr Han-Wei Liu discusses the dilemma facing the World Trade Organization as AI-related trade conflicts come to the fore

Apr 27 2021


Previous Stories

China In Africa: Implications For Australia

Apr 23 2021

China is spending US$40bn a year in Africa. Longer term consequences can include Australia’s exports of iron ore


Companies Benefiting From Global Trend Towards Government Insolvency

Apr 21 2021

In search of a solution to ever-expanding debt-to-GDP ratios, Dr Roy van Keulen offers some food for thought, alongside a few ideas of companies likely to benefit


Sony And The “Financialization” Of Music Catalogues

Mar 30 2021

Curtis Cifuentes explains how Sony has cashed in on the revival of music industry revenues now streaming has reached a critical mass


Investment Strategies For A Global Recovery

Mar 29 2021

As the global economy swings from the recovery phase to expansion there are important policy and market implications for investors


The Case For Emerging Markets Investment Part II

Feb 24 2021

After emerging markets have weathered pandemic storms, equity and currency strategists chart a course for investors in a region considered a core holding by professionals


The Case For Emerging Markets Investment Part I

Feb 17 2021

While traditional structural issues may weigh on some investors, many others seek out emerging markets for a core holding, by virtue of sheer size and growth prospects


‘It Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better’

Feb 11 2021

‘It Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better’ – The Global Economy in the covid-19 Vaccine Era


Are Chinese Shares A Unique Opportunity? Part II

Feb 10 2021

Part II: Chinese government expenditure plans will create tailwinds for certain industries and sectors, while at the same time providing vital clues for share investors


Are Chinese Shares A Unique Opportunity? Part I

Jan 29 2021

China plays a vital role in the world economy, yet the West is taking measures to curtail its rise. Part 1 in a series of 2


Technology Remains A Key Geopolitical Battleground

Dec 17 2020

Kim Catechis, head of investment strategy at Martin Currie, warns the next decade will likely see increasing efforts to disassociate the two largest economies in the world



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