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What do corporate treasurers and Kim Jong Un have in common? A burning need to know how to operate, or operate in, an open economy with a closed political system
The latest regulation news from Hong Kong, Singapore, China and Vietnam.
Hanoi wants to wind up practice of foreign direct investors using debt to disguise their taxable income.
In a sign of increasing liberalisation, Vietnam’s capital market is to debut its first derivatives contracts tomorrow. Analysts say investors are unlikely to rush in.
Vietnam is implementing a plan to improve and increase non-cash payments by 2020, which will make clearing and settlements, electronic payments, FX inter-bank markets more efficient, treasurers argue.
As Donald Trump looks to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the remaining nations have three options available to them to salvage the situation. Either way, access to trade finance will continue to suffer.
Hong Kong-based trading conglomerate Li & Fung has hired Denis Savastano, previously head of treasury for Asean at Siemens, to be its treasurer.
General Motors appointed Minerva Matibag as its vice president and CFO for GM Korea, GM Vietnam and GM Uzbekistan.She is GM Korea’s first female CFO.