China rang in the year with the announcement of a modern technological wonder: an ultra-high voltage power line stretching more than 2,000 miles from remote Xinjiang in the northwest to the doorstep of Shanghai in the east.
Mishcon de Reya has supported the Women of the Future South East Asia Awards since it was launched two years ago. These awards showcase inspiring regional emerging leaders – tomorrow’s game-changers, disrupting stereotypes and driving positive impactful change.
It is probably fair to say that non-resident investors have borne the brunt of the changes affecting the tax landscape for investors in UK real estate.
This article focusses on another piece of jargon which accompanies this field and seeks to explain the difference between a public and a private blockchain.
Tropical storms are a daily fact of life in Singapore, as any visitor to the city-state soon discovers. It’s why Singapore has created a rain machine to recreate the showers in a mini town for testing self-driving vehicles.
U.K. cyber-security chiefs have said any risk posed by involving the Chinese technology giant Huawei in UK telecoms projects can be managed, following accusations levied at the Chinese government for using Huawei as a proxy to spy on rival nations.
Imagine paying people no strings attached cash, whether they have a job or not. In California, two experiments are being planned that some think could be the solution to a potentially jobless dystopian future.
A host of second-tier urban centres house the creative energy of millions who will continue to set the global pace in innovation and technology for decades.
Vaishali Neotia is CEO of Merxius, an Indian virtual reality startup. Ashwini Asokan leads an AI and computer vision firm called Mad Street Den. Nivruti Rai – whose parents received messages of sympathy because she was not a boy and neither were her two older sisters – is today head of Intel India.
When you hear the word ‘millennial’ what springs to mind? A generation of entitled, self-centred, unhappy moaners? That’s what Scorpio Partnership, a research and strategy consultancy to the global wealth sector, suggests the media has portrayed them (full disclosure: us) as.
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has revised its arbitration rules. The new rules come into force on 1 November 2018.
New Year’s Eve in Hong Kong is always a spectacular affair with fireworks lighting up Victoria Harbour. This year, there will be investment pyrotechnics to cheer too: an overhaul in market listing rules has sparked an extraordinary run of initial public offerings and put Hong Kong on course to finish 2018 as the world’s biggest IPO market.