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Jobs come, jobs go as digital era transforms workplaces

EVERYONE jokes about, or even fears, the idea of machines replacing humans. We all aren’t out of a job yet, but signs increasingly point to the fact that automation can sometimes do things better and ...

July 24, 2017, Monday

Paying for goods and services becomes a fingertip transaction

CASH and cards in your pocket? They are no longer necessary as consumers venture into the realm of digital payments. Just as cards took over for cash years before, digital wallets are now replacing the ...

July 24, 2017, Monday

China moves closer toward a cashless society

ALTHOUGH it is the first time Laura Primiceri has visited China, the British woman has quickly adapted to cashless life in Beijing. She was aware of the prevalence of China’s mobile payment before her ...

July 24, 2017, Monday

Tipping the scales to balance renting and buying

JUSTIN Zhou, a white-collar worker in his late 20s from Jiangsu Province, finally moved into a one-bedroom apartment in the Pudong New Area, a year after applying for accommodation under a program reserving ...

July 24, 2017, Monday

Digital brains captivate technology giants

ARTIFICIAL intelligence, which has evolved from science fiction into modern reality, is the hot trend in the technology industry. You have only to listen to the likes of Google parent Alphabet, Apple, ...

June 13, 2017, Tuesday

Game-changers seek to wow fickle consumers

CHINESE consumers, especially the young, are no longer content with the traditional concepts of shopping and dining out. They want something different, something engaging when they spend their money. Retailers ...

June 13, 2017, Tuesday

Despite subsidy cuts, solar industry still shines

PRICES of China solar panels have risen as energy companies rush to erect solar farms before a July 1 reduction in tariff subsidies available for new projects. China, home to the world’s largest installation ...

June 13, 2017, Tuesday

Australia’s Launch Pad piggybacks on Shanghai’s success with startups

AUSTRALIA has started ushering some of its startup companies into Shanghai under the Landing Pad program that began in February. The program is aimed at helping young entrepreneurs to explore market ...

June 13, 2017, Tuesday

Color of money:what’s green, what’s not?

FORGET the 50 shades of grey. What counts in China’s world of finance are all the nuanced shades of green and an alarming lack of blue. With smog choking the skies over many Chinese cities and Beijing ...

May 9, 2017, Tuesday

‘Mr Green Finance’ is a credit to cleaner environment initiative

MA Jun, chief economist at the People’s Bank of China, is sometimes called “Mr. Green Finance” because it’s his job to drive investment in clean energy and clean air. The former Deutsche Bank econo­mist ...

May 9, 2017, Tuesday


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