2014 has been quite a breakthrough year for the Vietnamese economy and manufacturing sector.
In a bold new effort to shake up existing shipping and transport routes, Chinese leader Xi Jinping plans to set up a ‘Silk Road Fund’ that will finance the construction of infrastructure linking markets in Asia.
In our past our articles, ET2C has lauded efforts by India Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reinvigorate the country’s stagnant economy.
The move towards increased automation in manufacturing has always been controversial.
Last month McDonald’s was rocked by a quality control scandal that has seriously tarnished the fast food giant’s image in Mainland China and throughout the world.
It’s been nearly a year since China’s first free trade zone was launched last year by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang along with a flurry of lofty promises.
Vietnam’s economy continues to perform well throughout the first half of 2014 as multiple indicators signal a robust and growing nation.
Reports on India’s financial numbers continue to promise economic prosperity for the nation.
This month the BRICS group met in Brazil to sign an agreement on the establishment of an independently funded government infrastructure-lending bank.
Fostered by government protectionism and increased consumer spending, domestic Chinese brands have enjoyed boundless success over the past decade.
In May US President Barrack Obama visited Abe Shinzo in Tokyo to discuss a massive transnational trade agreement.
Recent antagonism between China and its southern neighbor Vietnam has severely hampered relations between the nations, inciting riots against in Vietnam and a plethora of rhetoric from Beijing.