Blogs from CAA Team.
These blogs are published in various publications and we are reproducing here.
China has had a good start to the year. Economic data showed that it had overcome the worst threat to its economy in decades – the COVID pandemic – and emerged as one of the few economies that managed to expand in 2020. The lead indicators for the economy show that it will rebound strongly this year.
Whether you think it is a boom or a bubble, the surge in tech stocks has focused minds on how technology can impact our lives. But stock prices are volatile and for all we know, there could be a horrible correction in the tech sector some day. After all, that happened when the infamous tech bubble burst at the turn of the century.
The covid-19 crisis has exacerbated already existing tensions and competition between the US and China. In this webinar we will examine how the global pandemic, trade-war, and unfolding geopolitical events are impacting Singapore and South East Asia.
Newspaper headlines continue to highlight how the COVID-19 pandemic is still raging and the mayhem it is causing. These concerns about the pandemic have led many institutions, such as the Asian Development Bank, to issue decidedly downbeat forecasts for the world economy, thus adding to the gloom
Major crises often shake up existing policy frameworks and usher in fundamentally new ones. As the world endures the worst pandemic in modern history, massive failures in public policy and political leadership have been exposed in many countries, undermining the current order and making a big break with past policy approaches more likely.