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The escalating China-US trade war and rising protectionism continues to cloud the outlook for Chinese outbound M&A. However, China remains the deal driver for M&A in Asia as the country presents promising opportunities for local and overseas investors facilitated by national reforms, consumer behaviour upgrade, industry consolidation and transformation under the new model of economic growth.
Passenger Ferries Market By Type (Monohull, Multihull) By Application (Commercial, Individual) And Region – Global Forecast 2026, which offers a holistic view of the global passenger ferries market through systematic segmentation that covers every aspect of the target market. The first five-year cumulative revenue (2019–2023) is projected to be over US$ 14.5 Bn, which is estimated to increase moderately over the latter part of the five-year...
African Tourism Board Chairman Cuthbert Ncube today officially declared the African Tourism Board open and operational after less than 2 years in the making and more than 400 members included in 36 African and 25 non-African countries.
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: GlobalJamaicaIndustries: Information Technology
Propelled by innovation, new technologies and competition, the global BPO/KPO and Shared Services industry has evolved rapidly from where it started more than 20 years ago. Representing Jamaica at the Made in the Americas Global Digital Services Summit in Argentina on July 11 and 12 was an extraordinary opportunity to learn more about the digital transformation driving the BPO/KPO and Information technology sector.
The Climate Bonds Standard Board has approved the long-awaited Climate Bonds Standard Version 3.0 (Standard V3) the overarching guide to Climate Bonds Standard and Certification Scheme. Under Standard V3 green bond issuers and investors will have a ‘universal adaptor’ that ensures a green debt product meets regulatory requirements for major global jurisdictions.
ChinaTravelNews, Ritesh Gupta - Foreign hotel companies are increasingly looking at expanding their indirect distribution mix in China. Among the relatively new options that are being actively considered are Meituan, the WeChat mini-program and flagship stores on Fliggy and Ctrip.