Latest Economy features from across the APAC region.

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What does the Metaverse Mean for Crypto?

Kristjan Kangro, CEO and Founder of Change, explores the emergence of the metaverse, what it means for crypto and the opportunity it presents to create a fairer, more inclusive digital economy.

By Kristjan Kangro

The New Economy

With a booming industry and growing population, Asia is waking up to the practical and environmental benefits of an advanced circular economic system. We take a look at the possibilities and realities of the economy transition.

By Editorial Team

Unlocking Business Transformation in Asia

Robert Tennant, Head of UK and International Development at The Storytellers, discusses how leaders in Asia need to be prepared to adapt to seismic changes and embrace transformation. 

By Robert Tennant

COVID-19 Australia

On the back of one of the most challenging years in modern history, we examine Australia’s COVID-19 approach and explore the requirements of post-pandemic success,

By Editorial Team

Business in INDIA

We explore India and take a closer look at the prominent sectors that contribute to its economy.

By Editorial Team

Business in China

We examine China; a country that has been dominated by manufacturing for the past four decades, and explore the current state of play within the world’s most populous country. 

By Editorial Team

Restructuring Tourism in Asia Pacific

Shining a light on the seismic impact of the pandemic on Asia Pacific’s tourism sector, the recalibration of the travel market and the potential for digitalisation expected to drive economic recovery.

By Editorial Team

Hong Kong threatens substantial economic sanctions against Philippines

Hong Kong has threatened to impose substantial economic sanctions on the Philippines unless progress is made within a month in talks demanding the country's apology and compensation for the Manila hostage tragedy three years ago.

By Editorial Team

Captains charged with 39 counts of manslaughter following 2012 Hong Kong ferry crash

Hong Kong police have charged the captains of two vessels that collided off Hong Kong's Lamma Island last year with several counts of manslaughter.

By Editorial Team

ENI sells Mozambique stake to CNPC

Italian oil giant ENI has signed an agreement to sell 28.6 percent of its subsidiary Eni East Africa, which owns the Area 4 natural gas field in Mozambique, to China National Petroleum Corp, the country's largest oil producer, for $4.21 billion.

By Editorial Team