Jing-Jin-Ji, the abbreviation of the Chinese names of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province, is emerging as a 100-million-strong, 216,000-sq km mega-region under the direction of the central government, providing local and foreign business with new possibilities
A US court’s clarification of the definition of “instrumentality of a foreign government” will affect American company relationships with state-owned and partially state-owned enterprises across Asia -- and the Asian enterprises that deal with US firms.
A recent report by Forrester Research Inc. predicts that business-to-consumer online retail sales (e-commerce) in the Asia-Pacific region’s five largest markets will soon surpass sales in North America and Europe combined. Most notably, e-commerce in China and India is expected to grow rapidly between 2014 and 20
Navigating foreign investment in India can be daunting. The World Bank’s Doing Business 2014 report ranks India among the most difficult countries in which to start a business – 179th out of 189 countries analyzed.