A region of Chinese cities, collectively known as the Greater Bay Area (GBA), is spearheading the next wave of China’s economic growth.
A new powerhouse is rising in Asia. Only this time it is a region within China that is already a beehive of commerce, technology and trade.
With its industry know-how and deep-pocketed conglomerates, the Asian economic powerhouse is helping regional economies unlock their clean energy potential
China's US$ billion Belt and Road Initiative seeks to facilitate trade and cooperation across land (The Belt) and sea (The Road) through 60 countries in Asia, Europe and Africa.
Governments across the region are tapping into China’s expertise in developing and maintaining their fast-expanding railway infrastructure.
With its strategic location and modern infrastructure, the Suez has been an attractive proposition for Chinese firms looking to establish a foothold in Africa.
The Emirates is set to play a major role in China’s ‘Belt and Road’ ambitions in the Middle East.
An influx of capital from the Asian giant is fuelling projects in various sectors of the region’s economy.
Duqm, which is positioning itself as a transportation and logistics hub, has been on the radar screen of international investors.