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How Chinese Financing is Fueling Megaprojects Around the World.

  On a mountaintop a few miles north of the bustling streets of Harare, Zimbabwe, a curving, modern complex is beginning to take shape. This building, once completed, will be the home of the African country’s parliament, and the centerpiece of a new section of the capital city. Aside from the striking design, there’s another […]

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Net Craman en El Confidencial: Alerta en las empresas por la crisis de China con el ‘oasis’ de Hong Kong

  En el artículo de El Confidencial, “De Inditex a BBVA: alerta en las empresas por la crisis de China con el ‘oasis’ de Hong Kong”, Álvaro de Luis Andrés, socio Director de Net Craman en Asia y vicepresidente de la Cámara de Comercio de España en Hong Kong, comenta las posibles consecuencias de las protestas vividas […]

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Net Craman en Expansión Jurídico: Qué pasos debe dar una empresa ante una ciberestafa

  El diario Expansión Jurídico ha publicado, en la portada de su suplemento semanal, el artículo ‘Qué pasos debe dar una empresa ante una ciberestafa’  en el que ha intervenido Net Craman como despacho experto en el asesoramiento legal a empresas que hayan sufrido este tipo de prácticas delictivas. El artículo, además de comentar el coste que […]

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Singapore and Shanghai threaten Hong Kong’s status as finance hub

  Proponents of the city say its laws make it the perfect place for China to plug into global markets and note many financial players have deep roots there. Yet by several measures the future isn’t so bright. Hong Kong now handles fewer stock trades than Shanghai. Its wealth management industry is struggling to keep […]

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China’s Greater Bay Area, model of development, driver for world

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area of China is developing into a model of regional synergy, a driver of the country’s new round of opening-up, and a source of fresh opportunities to be shared by the world. Officials, scholars and business representatives assembled here at a forum on Thursday to discuss the development of the […]

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China Is Winning Trump’s Trade War

The relevant text for the U.S.-China trade war may not be Trump’s “The Art of the Deal” but instead Chinese General Sun Tzu’s two-thousand-year-old classic “The Art of War.” Source: National Interest : Click here to read the new.    

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