Infrastructure projects will lift China’s economy higher in 2nd half

Infrastructure projects will lift China’s economy higher in 2nd half

By Asia Unhedged With China’s housing market making a recovery and June’s economic numbers surprising to the upside, buy-side investors in Hong Kong are feeling more confident that the economy has bottomed out. For the second half of the year, Asia Unhedged expects to see acceleration in government-led infrastructure projects, especially the One Belt One […]

Japan’s House passes bills allowing troops to fight overseas

Japan’s House passes bills allowing troops to fight overseas

Japan’s Lower House has passed security bills that aim to expand the role of the Self-Defense Forces abroad despite objections by opposition parties and unease among the public, according to Asia Times. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling coalition railroaded the bills in an afternoon plenary session despite opposition parties’ calls for continued deliberations in the […]

Funds Transfer from China to meet Migrant Investment Category

China currently has strict currency restrictions in place that make it difficult for individuals to transfer funds out of China without gaining the approval of SAFE (State Administration of Foreign Exchange). Immigration NZ has been working with several organizations who have gained approval from the Chinese authorities to transfer funds out of China in a […]

U.S.-China EcoPartnerships Program

U.S.-China EcoPartnerships Program

The United States and China has announced six new EcoPartnerships at the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Washington, D.C.  The State Department-sponsored EcoPartnerships program brings together experts and innovators from U.S. and Chinese cities, companies, universities, and NGOs to work together, exchange best practices, and find solutions to challenges related to environmental protection, clean […]