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    1. December 17, 2014

      US to impose solar tariffs on China and Taiwan

      The US is to impose large import duties on solar energy equipment from China and Taiwan, as a trade dispute over green...

    2. December 12, 2014

      Talks to lower IT tariffs break down

      Talks to lower tariffs on IT goods around the world and update a two-decades-old international agreement governing their...

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    1. FT Alphaville

      December 12, 2014

      FX 2015, now with more hyperbole

      It’s a variant on the ubiquitous “long dollar” that has passed through consensus into some region of near zen-like...

    2. December 11, 2014

      Trade deal on IT teeters as China digs in

      A high-profile deal struck just weeks ago by China and the US to unlock negotiations to liberalise the trade in IT goods has...

    3. December 11, 2014

      Taiwan tech: the screen and the cycle

      Once upon a time, in a kingdom called Taiwan, lived many happy companies making electronics. They provided decent goods at...

    4. December 11, 2014

      Apple supplier Wintek shutters China plants

      Taiwanese group Wintek, formerly a major supplier of touchscreens for Apple’s iPhone and iPad, has shuttered two plants in...

    5. December 3, 2014

      Taiwan stirs a political earthquake for China

      A couple of weeks ago, the British media got very excited about a by-election in provincial Kent in which a candidate for...

    6. December 1, 2014

      Musicarama, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre – review

      As police and democracy protesters clashed yet again on Sunday evening less than half a kilometre from the stage door, Hong...

    7. November 30, 2014

      Taiwan election results threaten to derail China rapprochement

      The sweeping victory of Taiwan’s opposition party in local elections this weekend has thrown a wrench into what looked liked...

    8. November 29, 2014

      Taiwan premier resigns after opposition wins local elections

      Taiwan’s premier has resigned after the opposition party swept local elections that were viewed as a litmus test for the...

    9. FT Alphaville

      November 27, 2014

      Further reading

      Elsewhere on Thursday, - Keynes is slowly winning and losing. - Understanding George Osborne. - “For two days only, your new...

    10. November 24, 2014

      SGX fights back against thin volumes

      For Singapore’s SGX exchange, this month’s launch of a trading link between the Hong Kong and Shanghai equity markets has...

    11. beyondbrics

      November 21, 2014

      Fears of an Asian war trump Cold War concerns

      In spite of Mikhail Gorbachev’s warning this month that the world is on the brink of a new Cold War, it is Asia that we...

    12. November 13, 2014

      US and China wrangle over differences of opinion

      As he wrapped up a three-day visit to Beijing on Wednesday, US President Barack Obama hailed a climate change agreement...

    13. beyondbrics

      November 11, 2014

      Guest post: China - reverting to which mean?

      By Louis Kuijs of RBS China’s economic growth is coming down, trend-wise, but opinions differ widely over how much and how...

    14. November 6, 2014

      China chip tester JCET in talks to buy Temasek stake in Singapore rival

      Jiangsu Changjiang Electronics Technology, China’s biggest chip tester, has made an offer to buy Temasek’s 83 per cent stake...

    15. November 5, 2014

      Taiwan resolves to resist China’s embrace

      If you want a symbol of peaceful rebellion against the immovable force that is Beijing, your first thought might be the...

    16. November 2, 2014

      Asia moves away from picking the hottest fund

      Fund managers in Asia are watching two important developments closely as we enter the fourth quarter. The first relates to...

    17. October 12, 2014

      North and South Korea: best frenemies

      Choco pies are banned in North Korea to forestall ideological rot. The snacks became a currency of sorts after being offered...

    18. FT Alphaville

      October 8, 2014

      Asian corporations increase their US dollar shorts

      Residents of emerging markets owe hundreds of billions more dollars (and euros) than previously thought, because they have...

    19. October 8, 2014

      Xi Jinping’s hardline approach deters Hong Kong protest contagion

      Xi Jinping, China’s president, has eyed the protests in Hong Kong as he has those elsewhere on his turf: silently but with...

    20. FT Data

      October 7, 2014

      Who is living where? Count most countries confused over migration

      No one knows how many Chinese people live in Europe. The United Nations estimated Europe’s China-born population at 886,882...

    21. October 5, 2014

      Women in Business – ShaoLan Hsueh, MBA graduate

      ShaoLan Hsueh is an MBA graduate of National Chenghi University in Taiwan and founder of Chineasy, a social project for...

    22. October 2, 2014

      Silencing Hong Kong will hurt democracy

      The people of Hong Kong have waited for 17 years, but have yet to see universal suffrage. For many, a political cyclone...

    23. beyondbrics

      September 22, 2014

      Fund Watch: EM healthcare is sole focus for Sectoral fund

      Unhealthy lifestyles are spreading through emerging market (EM) economies, as people adopt fast-food diets, work in...

    24. September 16, 2014

      ICBC sets $650m record for ‘Lion City’ bond issuance

      Industrial and Commercial Bank of China has issued a total of Rmb4bn ($650m) of renminbi-denominated bonds in Singapore and...

    25. The World

      September 14, 2014

      Why China fears a Scottish Yes

      It is one of Beijing’s worst nightmares: subjects in a resource-rich semi-autonomous province hold a vote on independence....

    26. beyondbrics

      September 8, 2014

      Guest post: two China investment stories reveal the benign and the ugly

      By Andrew Colquhoun, Fitch Ratings Does China invest too much? The country has been investing about 48 per cent of its GDP...

    27. September 5, 2014

      The Diary: Barney Jopson

      When you suck on a straw, you expect liquid. So it was disconcerting to feel a string of pearly black globules slithering...

    28. beyondbrics

      September 5, 2014

      South Korea's competitiveness slips as Asian tigers thrive

      South Korea’s global competitiveness in the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) rankings slipped to 26th this year, down one spot...

    29. FT Alphaville

      September 2, 2014

      iPhone 6, the GDP effect

      Can just one product deliver a 1 per cent boost to Chinese export growth? If that product is Apple’s iPhone 6, then...

    30. beyondbrics

      September 2, 2014

      iPhone 6 to boost Taiwan's GDP

      As rumours swirl about the design of Apple’s iPhone 6 ahead of its hotly anticipated debut next week, economists have made...

    31. September 1, 2014

      Hong Kong’s hard electoral choices

      When Britain and China agreed the terms of the handover of Hong Kong in 1984, the Chinese side agreed that the territory...

    32. FT Photo Diary

      August 28, 2014

      Tapei angel

      Wally Santana/AP An employee wearing a pair of wings waits for her shift to end in the Ximendin fashion district in Taipei,...

    33. August 28, 2014

      Hong Kong anti-corruption agents raid media mogul Jimmy Lai’s home

      Hong Kong authorities have raided the home of Jimmy Lai, the media tycoon and fierce critic of the Chinese government, in...

    34. August 27, 2014

      Taiwan scrambles jets after Chinese spy planes breach airspace

      Taiwan scrambled fighter jets this week to shadow Chinese military aircraft that had entered its aerial defence zone, just...

    35. August 25, 2014

      South Korea’s MBK strikes deal to sell Taiwan TV broadcaster

      Taiwan’s Wei family is set to take control of the country’s largest cable TV broadcaster in a $2.4bn deal that is the latest...

    36. August 20, 2014

      A sense of destiny inspires China’s maritime claims

      China’s creeping occupation of the South China Sea is not primarily motivated by oil, let alone by its diminishing stock of...

    37. FT Alphaville

      August 19, 2014

      Apple watch watch: wrist excitement delayed

      The lack of smoke signals and reports of millions of wearable devices actually going into production have led KGI Securities...

    38. August 15, 2014

      Refining exposure to emerging markets

      Earlier this year I increased the notional fund’s investments in emerging markets. After a couple of years of...

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