Previous Issues

BRITAIN AND CHINA'S COMPETITION FOR ASIAN TRADE AND INVESTMENT

The latest issue of AIR is a unique study into the trade and investment statistics and policies that China and the United Kingdom has chosen to adopt when it comes to their Asia policy.

Featuring the latest updates on their respective trade with all eleven ASEAN nations (Timor-Leste is set to join next year), we explore the differences in thinking and policy that drive British and Chinese investment and trade into the region. These differences are substantial and provide much that UK plc can learn from.

The issue also features updates on the latest positions as regards the United Kingdom's application to join the CPTPP, discusses the UK position as an ASEAN observer nation, and provides the latest technical trade agreements and tariff reductions as affect British involvement in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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BANGLADESH TRADE, DEVELOPMENT & ECONOMIC PROSPECTS IN THE EMERGING ASIAN-EUROPEAN SUPPLY CHAIN

Bangladesh, within its recent economic development progress, has been an emerging Asian star. During the period 2017-2019, its economy grew at 7.8%, and managed 2.4% in the 2020 Covid pandemic, one of the very few countries worldwide to show growth during this time.

However, recent issues have also shown some development to be erratic, and FDI inflows and outflows to be variable. In this specific country issue of AIR, we examine where key opportunities and bottlenecks are, as well as discussing Bangladesh's potential as a supply chain addition to the 'China Plus One' concept as well as being a bridge between ASEAN and SAARC. This is essential research for any Asian executives and investors seeking a deeper understanding into South and South-East Asian region.

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RUSSIA'S PIVOT TO ASIA - How Russia and China Have Anticipated A New Cold War, The Impact On Western Sanctions Effectiveness And The Global Implications

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has taken many analysts by surprise and together with massive, imposed sanctions has profound implications for global supply chains and commodity prices. The conflict is ushering in a new type of global economic warfare. In this special issue of AIR, we examine how the conflict was fiscally prepared and planned for by both Russia, the East, and the West, and what the geopolitical implications are likely to be.

We examine the lead up to conflict in terms of Russia's macro-economics, foreign investment, its relations with China, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Central Asia, the Eurasian Economic Union, India, Pakistan, ASEAN, Japan and South Korea and illustrate how Ukraine is a component part of a far wider geopolitical struggle between the East and West.

We look also to the future to assess what is in store for global markets and economies, the impact on the US dollar, and supply chains after the 21st century's first major conflict.

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Q4 2021 INBOUND ASIA INVESTMENT FLOWS

The new RCEP Free Trade Agreement has had a significant impact on foreign investment into Asia in the last quarter of 2021. Tracking where the money has been heading is an excellent way to find new investment trends and where the best and fastest returns are likely to be found. In our upcoming Q4 report, Asia Investment Research looks at where capital has been flowing from the United States, EU, and UK into China and Asia - the volumes, companies, and the projects involved.

We also examine the latest news about Singapore SPACS and Crypto, and include Asian investment flows featuring Australia, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, & Vietnam.

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HOW CHINA IS REFORMING ITS SOE's TO BECOME MIXED HYBRID GLOBAL BUSINESSES WORTH TENS OF BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

We showcase six unique case studies of China's SOE mixed hybrid reforms, four which involved public markets and two major domestic mergers. These will likely result in internationally significant IPOs. We examine this new trend and show how new Chinese corporate thinking is gradually changing red chips to blue chips - and where the investment opportunities exist.

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Real Value in Securing Chinese Investors as Minority Shareholders

In this issue of Asia Investment Research we examine six case studies of Chinese businesses investing in strategic new tech equity partnerships overseas, and the above average - and fast - returns on these investments that have occurred in all cases.

We discuss how foreign businesses can position themselves to attract Chinese investors, the primary industry sectors of interest, and due diligence issues to consider when looking to attract Chinese investors.

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AIR 2021 Q3 Asia Inbound Report - Nov 2021

Tracking where the money is heading is an excellent way to find new investment trends and where the best and fastest returns are likely to be found. In our latest report, Asia Investment Research looks at where capital is flowing from the United States, EU, and UK into China and Asia - the volumes, companies, and the projects involved.

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