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How to Read China’s Unwritten Rules and Regulations – The Diplomat

advertisement Effective regulation must strike a delicate balance between encouraging innovation while discouraging excessive risk-taking. Too strict regulation can stifle progress; If regulation is too lenient, it may fail to prevent fraud, which can threaten the stability of the economic and financial system. To resolve this trade-off, China relies heavily on flexible implicit rules that …

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Iron ore demand is about to collapse in October, UBS says. Here’s how to trade this.

Demand for iron ore in China may have picked up earlier this month, but Swiss bank UBS says it’s a “short-lived” surge that will soon collapse. The investment bank said it believes earlier demand was partly driven by inventory rebuilding ahead of a week-long national holiday in China that begins Oct. 1, when industrial activity …

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How to stay at the forefront of healthcare innovation

Healthcare is an industry whose goal is to provide essential services and care to patients to improve their health and well-being. Across generations, the expertise of healthcare professionals has enabled the industry to continually innovate and meet the ever-changing demands and needs of patients – from mental health spikes to safety concerns about in-person doctor …

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Globe editorial: How to stop China from owning the green energy future? Dig, Canada, dig

An electric car is charged in a parking lot in Tsawwassen, near Vancouver, in 2018.JONATHAN HAYWARD/The Canadian Press In the 2000s, as Germany sought a steady stream of cheap and reliable energy, it teamed up with Russian natural gas. It seemed like good business back then, but since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Germany and other …

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India beats China in ‘Forbes Asia Best Under A Billion’ mid-sized businesses

India was fourth among Asian nations, ahead of China, which had 22 companies on the list. Taiwan has the most listed companies at 30, followed by Japan at 29 and South Korea at 27. The unranked list was compiled from a long list of more than 20,000 public companies in Asia Pacific with annual revenues …

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