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SEOUL: Days before pricing its US$10.7bil (RM44.94bil) initial public offering (IPO), South Korean battery maker LG Energy Solution (LGES) has forecast that its market share will overtake main rival Contemporary Amperex Technology Co Ltd (CATL), thanks to its wider range of customers, and says it is aiming for a double-digit operating margin.
New opportunities arise despite crackdown
AS the world headed into 2022 grappling with the latest virus variant, China unveiled a sharpened version of the Made in China 2025 industrial policy blueprint. Previous iterations may have had nations like the United States on edge, but this is the one to keep an eye on.
THE supply chain crunch has turned the once-staid world of manufacturing and industrials upside down.
China’s WTO membership reshaped the country and global supply chains, but progress belies a future rife with uncertainty
From their various vantage points in major trade hubs, three businessmen have had front-row seats to China’s economic ascension since it joined the World Trade Organisation in 2001.
DEVELOPING countries have become the world’s largest as well as fastest-growing energy consumers, ensuring they will play the decisive role in shaping the future energy system and greenhouse emissions.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia remained wobbly at the midday break with an overwhelming number of counters hovering in negative territory as investors took stock of the mounting headwinds against the equities market.
Qupital wants to finance more Chinese cross-border e-commerce merchants by tapping Hong Kong’s capital market
China’s cross-border e-commerce merchants are largely underfunded despite Beijing’s push to boost the industry, according to Hong Kong-based lending start-up Qupital, which is hoping that its access to the city’s established capital market provides an answer.
US TRADE officials on Wednesday quashed an effort by a group of domestic solar manufacturers to seek tariffs on panels imported from three South Asian nations, including Malaysia, citing the group's request to keep its members anonymous.
A U.S. solar group seeking import tariffs on panels made by Chinese companies in Southeast Asia has refused a request by federal trade officials to reveal its members' identities, citing fears of retaliation by Beijing, according to a document the group filed with the Commerce Department on Wednesday.