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Boom amid gloom: Can e-commerce spur Thailand’s economic recovery?
With Thailand’s tourism industry rocked by the fallout from the pandemic, can e-commerce fill its void while the sector recovers?
5 emerging risk trends for global supply chains to watch in 2021
After a turbulent year of Covid-19, supply chains need to quickly mitigate the emerging risks highlighted in a report by Everstream Analytics.
Optimism for MEA road freight sector despite bumpy road ahead: Tobias Maier
There are opportunities for the road freight sector in Middle East and Africa (MEA) despite the Covid-19 pandemic, shares Tobias Maier, CEO, Saloodo! MEA.
EU-China investment deal: What it means for EU companies in China
The Comprehensive Agreement on Investment aims to increase market access and level the playing field for European businesses in China.
Tough times crafted this female leader
Sue Donoghue, Arab Cluster CEO at DHL Global Forwarding, shares her experiences working in a traditionally male-dominated sector.
How Cambodia is rebuilding its economy for the post-pandemic future
Ongoing fiscal support, new trade deals, and increased FDI inflows may spell a return to economic health for Cambodia.
One year after Covid-19 struck, how have supply chains been impacted?
In a survey by Everstream Analytics, supply chain professionals across different sectors and regions reveal how the pandemic has impacted their operations.
The Greater Bay Area: How will China’s answer to Silicon Valley push on?
Amidst Covid-19, China’s ambitious plan to transform its special enterprise zone into a massive business and innovation hub remain.
What the RCEP trade deal means for ASEAN importers and exporters
Raymond Yee, Vice-President of Customs and Regulatory Affairs for DHL Express South East Asia and South Asia, reveals how the RCEP will affect ASEAN trade.
Synchronizing the power of global collaboration
While Covid-19 represents a stress test for globalization, the rapid vaccine development is a powerful example of the potential of global collaboration.
Amid Covid-19, Australia and New Zealand find support in closer trade ties
The pandemic may have battered exporters in New Zealand and Australia, but many remain optimistic about 2021.
Civil wars, floods, sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic may have stalled Sudan’s economy, but a new era of change is helping the country move forward.
From decades of unrest to renewed hope for peace: Sudan’s path to recovery
Civil wars, floods, sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic may have stalled Sudan’s economy, but a new era of change is helping the country move forward.
From decades of unrest to renewed hope for peace: Sudan’s path to recovery
Civil wars, floods, sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic may have stalled Sudan’s economy, but a new era of change is helping the country move forward.
Full steam ahead for China and Ukraine: Finding opportunity in close links
Relations between China and Ukraine are flourishing, and DHL is establishing better rail connectivity to support the growing partnership.
Organic Fijian turmeric is making its way into spice cabinets in the West
Touted for its health benefits, Fiji’s fresh turmeric has been making inroads into the West, thanks to a spice exporter in the country.
Saving Suzie and Bubloo: Endangered bears rescued, rehomed in Jordan sanctuary
After years of campaigning, the infamous Marghazar zoo has been closed for good as DHL rehomes its last residents, two endangered brown bears.
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