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What’s next after ‘Make in India’?
Years after Indian PM Narendra Modi vowed to turn India into a global manufacturing power, the “Make in India” initiative has resonated across the country.
Laos’ route from landlocked to land-linked
As a high-speed railway linking the country to China prepares to launch in 2021, Laos is slowly shaping up to be one of Asia’s most promising economies.
Deep dive: Hokkaido’s scallops reel in billions
Scallops dominated seafood exports for Japan last year, with the country’s northernmost island of Hokkaido netting the bulk of it.
From sugarcane economy to business hub
Against all odds, Mauritius has embarked on a remarkable economic transformation to become one of Africa’s biggest success stories today.
Vietnamese textile exports set to rise amid global trade tensions
Vietnam’s textile industry is on the rise, fueled by free trade agreements like the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.
5 lessons to learn from Jiangsu’s deadly chemical blast
A fatal explosion at a Chinese chemical plant caused disruptions in chemical supply chains and sparked a strong regulatory response.
IMO 2020: What’s at stake
With the new regulation on low sulfur fuel coming into effect in 2020, how will the logistics industry and its customers be impacted?
Asia’s appetite for fresh Australian produce
A surge in cross-border e-commerce, improved logistics, and bilateral trade agreements are cementing Australia’s status as a leader in fresh food exports.
How a Hong Kong start-up thrives in an age of individualism
Creative collaborations and bold expansion plans have set Hong Kong start-up CASETiFY on the road to be the world's fastest-growing tech accessories brand.
Data protection and its legal implications on logistics
As supply chains undergo rapid digitalization, data protection has emerged as a key challenge for the logistics sector.