A bankruptcy law that appears creditor-friendly on paper but can only be used against small entrepreneurs would take the country back to where it was in 2001.
Singapore is a great testing ground for fintech because the city-state wants to cut flab in traditional industries by increasing competition.
The core contest comes down to warehouses. Foreign-funded firms aren’t allowed to hold e-commerce inventory in India.
Vinhomes JSC’s proposed $2 billion initial sale would be the country’s biggest ever.
In India, once again, SoftBank is the largest investor in Uber’s main rival, Ola.
The maximum stake allowed to any single entity in a Vietnamese bank is only 15 percent; total foreign equity is capped at 30 percent.
If Menon’s gambit works, Singapore will stake a claim to be one of the alternatives to post-Brexit London.
With the city’s taxi population at an eight-year low, ComfortDelGro will simply have to go on reinventing itself as a fleet owner and manager for Uber.
The $200 billion e-commerce market Morgan Stanley is forecasting for India by 2027 just got a new contender—with a very different plan.
DBS now has the world’s largest API platform for banking.