If they can do this on the bilateral front, why can’t they find paths forward on a more regular basis on multilateral trade in the WTO?
“This [Evergrande windup] has an implication for fund managers thinking about atactical China allocation,” said Han Shen Lin, China country director at the AsiaGroup, a U.S. business consultancy. “In the absence of an enforcement mechanismto get to the collateral, China bonds — supposedly safer — are the same risk asequity. I think that will dampen
Han Shen Lin, China country director at U.S. business consultancy Asia Group, said the situation highlights how the focus of venture capital firms to find “scalable businesses and technology” is colliding with an increasingly murky landscape.
George Chen joined Sherisse Pham and her other guests for American radio broadcaster NPR’s signature program “All Things Considered” to discuss the outlook of Hong Kong in the Year of the Dragon.
“U.S. politics is not fair”… “Foreign firms need to be prepared to navigate these sorts of issues.” – Kurt Tong
George Chen joined Taiwan’s popular radio host Chen Feng-hsin today for her talkshow “Good morning, Money!” on FM98.1, one of the most popular radio programs in Taiwan; a daily routine for many local commuters to listen in the morning. He talked about the past, presence, and future of Hong Kong, with focus on real life,
“They have seen the harsh economics faced by their peers”, said Han-Shen Lin, China country head at advisory consultancy The Asia Group. The question, Lin said, was whether Citi would maintain the “minimum capability required” to operate an investment banking unit in the country, “or whether they will go all-in”.
TAG Managing Director George Chen spoke with CNBC’s Emily Tan in Taipei to share his views on the Taiwan presidential election, including Beijing’s and Washington’s reactions and the impact on cross-Strait relations and Taiwan’s domestic politics.
TAG President Rexon Ryu joined SBS 8 News to speak on US-China competition, high-tech export controls, and companies’ de-risking from China.
TAG Senior Advisor Mark Linscott Comments to Forbes on How Modi’s Visit Impacts the U.S. – India Relationship
“The state visit was historic and clearly intended to further cement the bilateral relationship on all fronts – strategic, defense, and trade, although trade has fallen short,” said Mark Linscott, a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center. Linscott was assistant U.S. trade representative (USTR) for South and Central Asian Affairs and