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India's central bank proposes change to rules that force subsidiaries to settle their own hedging transactions, a move that would cut costs and improve efficiency for MNCs.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is as unpopular among Democrats and Republicans as Wall Street, meaning it may not materialise.
The percentage of Asia-Pacific companies reporting late payment issues remained high in 2015, and the situation isn’t expected to get better, with China proving a special concern.
CT has provided all the basic tools and know-how to help you get your operations started in the US and Canada.
A ‘retention of title’ clause that could protect suppliers of failed companies is being underused in Hong Kong and Asia.
Three regional banks are gearing up to open their branches in Myanmar – a symbolic and political move that has been pushed through ahead of the country’s elections, CT understands.
To develop its financial markets, Malaysia has enforced close-out netting on large of financial transactions, benefiting corporates.
A joint CT CBA poll examines the behaviour of corporate treasury departments throughout Asia-Pacific and finds dependence on counterparty ratings and local treasuries limited by central policy.
Vietnam is giving no quarter to those who blemish its reputation as a place of investment, including sentencing a banker to death.
Three corporate treasurers talk about the challenges of investing surplus cash and working more effectively at keeping board members closer to the company numbers.