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While China is still mustering 7% expansion, many foreign companies have been spoiled by the country's prior supersized growth rates.
China’s anticorruption crackdown has taken a bite out of bling, but it’s not the only thing weakening luxury brand sales in the massive market.
Neither growth in company earnings nor unusually strong economic news has supported the Hong Kong market rally, a red flag to foreign investors.
The soon-to-launch Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could lead to major deals for the likes of KKR, Black Rock, and Carlyle Group.
As they have for so many other high-tech products, Asian manufacturers are expected to get key contracts for the Apple Watch. These are the companies that experts predict will benefit.
China intends to increase enforcement of pollution laws, putting pressure on the country's heavy industry, including U.S.-traded companies.
Multinationals can expect more business from China as the country focuses on infrastructure construction and relaxes rules on foreign direct investment.
Western China's smartphone market is up for grabs. It's anyone's game, but brand recognition and affordability are key, and that could leave Apple on the sidelines.
Manilla's ambitious push to lure projects that would have otherwise gone to China is getting the attention of multinationals eager to enjoy its low wages, English-literate workforce and new infrastructure.
No longer are store shelves largely comprised of only Philippine brands, as multinationals increasingly capture a slice of the market.