The New Silk Roads Are Merging Into Greater Eurasia

Russia is keen to push economic integration with parts of Asia and this fits in with China’s Belt and Road Initiative The concept of Greater Eurasia has been discussed... Read more »

World Bank Could Hit Pakistan With $11 Billion Fine

Pakistan may have to pay a damages claim worth $11 billion after losing the infamous Reko Diq case to an Australian mining company Pakistan’s economy is facing a potentially... Read more »

Europe Prefers Market Driven Connectivity Over Belt and Road

Eurasian infrastructure projects will have a better chance for success if they are market-based rather than state-led developments, says Ioana Kraft from the European Union Chamber of Commerce in... Read more »

China’s Stimulus Addiction

As President Xi Jinping turns Beijing’s stimulus-industrial complex up to 11, ‘Minsky moment’ risks only increase Suddenly, this president for life thing is looking less like a win for... Read more »

The Claim is Called Premature, Attorney at PT DPM Checkmate Lawyers For The Traffic Police Corps of the Republic of Indonesia

Two weeks before the decision of the Jakarta State Administrative Court (PTUN), the cold war between PT Digital Praja Makayasa and the Indonesian National Police Traffic Corps and PT... Read more »

Blockchain Rival to Wikipedia Raises $30 Million, Plans Token ‘Airdrop’

Do we need a more lively Wikipedia for the Snapchat generation? The founders of a fast-growing site called Everipedia, which offers a snappy design and incorporates blockchain technology, say... Read more »

China-UK Spat Brewing Over May’s Belt and Road Caution

When Theresa May lands in China on Wednesday it will be the first official visit by a British Prime Minister in five years. The last was by her predecessor,... Read more »

European Antitrust Fines Qualcomm $1.2 Billion Over Apple Deal

European antitrust officials hammered Qualcomm with a $1.2 billion fine on Wednesday, saying the American chip maker, whose technology underpins much of the world’s mobile phone industry, had abused... Read more »

Ford Says It’s a New Era. Wall Street Isn’t Buying It

Eight months after taking over as chief executive of Ford Motor, Jim Hackett is still trying to accomplish one of his most important tasks: convincing Wall Street that he... Read more »

Tokyo Taxi Firms to Take on Global Peers With Ride Sharing Apps

Travelers to Tokyo may be surprised to find their perceptions of the high-tech metropolis to be far from reality when it comes to the use of ride-hailing smartphone apps... Read more »