• China’s BYD eyes foray into Korean EV market

    BYD, the world’s largest electric vehicle maker, is getting ready for EV sales in the South Korean market, going head to head against the country’s top automaker Hyundai Motor Group with lower price tags and better performing cars. Indus

  • Nigeria May Shift Export To Japan As China’s LNG Import Drops

    Nigeria major Liquidity Natural Gas(LNG) exports may be heading to Japan, as the country mulls expansion of the Nigeria Liquified Natural Gas Plant, in Bonny, Rivers State. The current expansion of its Train-7 is being followed by plan to establish Train-8 as government drives new gas expansion plan. This follows ...

  • Crescita a rischio

    “La strategia ‘covid zero’ adottata dalla Cina sta uccidendo la crescita”, scrive Asia Times. Pechino ha pubblicato i dati sull’economia nel secondo trimestre e... Leggi

  • Con la Cina sempre più vicina

    Non sono tempi felici per Hong Kong. Il 30 giugno del 2020 iI governo cinese ha imposto la legge sulla sicurezza nazionale, estranea alla tradizione giuridica di questo territorio... Leggi

  • Africa: China's Winning Approach to African Investment

    [DW] The Nairobi Expressway winds through the metropolis like a giant river on stilts. It stretches over 27 kilometers (17 miles) through the heart of the Kenyan capital and connects the West African country's most important airport with Nairobi's central business district, the National Museum and the Presidential Palace.

  • Airpeace China Flight: Nigeria To Regain Lost Market – Group

    A United Kingdom foundation, the Global Peace Movement International,  has said, Nigeria will regain what it has lost to foreign airlines through the inauguration of China-Nigeria Flight by Air Peace In a press statement by the group, and a copy made available to LEADERSHIP, they congratulated Air Peace over its ...

  • AIMC touts short-term debt strategy

    The Association of Investment Management Companies (AIMC) recommends investors focus on short-term debt investments from the US, China and Thailand as well as large-cap equities in emerging markets to avoid losses from a recession triggered by high inflation and rate hikes.