Why S&P rates HK three notches above China
How banks are building those blockchains
A rhetorical roundabout beyond the Yellow Sea
Why Australa is open for foreign investors . . .

Advertisment

ATI Newswire - the latest updates


September 21, 2017

HONG KONG - S&P Global Ratings today lowered its long-term sovereign credit ratings on China to 'A+' from 'AA-' and the short-term rating to 'A-1' from
'A-1+', but said the outlook on the long-term rating is stable. S&P also revised its transfer and convertibility risk assessment on China to 'A+' from 'AA-'.




September 20, 2017

BEIJING – A senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official, Liu Yunshan, said on Tuesday that the sound and stable development of relations between China and Vietnam would greatly benefit both, China’s State newsagency, Xinhua, reported.




September 20, 2017

BEIJING - China hopes Singapore will support Chinese enterprises who wish to participate in the Singapore-Malaysia high-speed railway project, Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday, the State newsagency Xinhua reported.




September 20, 2017

MELBOURNE - ANZ Bank has raised its forecast for the AUD, now tipping the currency to rise as high as US83 cents by the middle of next year before dropping away to US$70 cents by mid-2019.




Advertisement

Asia Directory

Need to know?

Government trade and investment agencies.

Need to contact?

Professional Services, Banking Finance and Insurance, Trade Services and Logistics, Government representative offices.

Need to source?

Click here for full list of categories

Advertisement

Business Diary

Browse the full listings of the latest Business Diary entries here.

Asia Agri-tech Expo & Forum, Taipei

September 28, 2017 to September 30, 2017

Held concurrently with the Livestock Taiwan Expo & Forum 2017 and Aquaculture Taiwan Expo & Forum 2017, the event is being positioned as a one-stop international B2B trading platform, showcasing innovative, eco-friendly and sustainability technology which can help  increase agriculture production yields.
Participants include members of the Taiwan Environmental Manufactures Association, Taiwan Drinking Water Equipment Association, Taiwan Agriculture Machinery Manufacturers Association and Taiwan Veterinary Medicine & Health Industry Association.