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Singapore seeks ways to finance Asia's infrastructure boom
todayonline.com - 15 August 2014
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is studying ways to help finance Asia's growing infrastructure needs which will allow the Singapore economy to ride on the growth of emerging markets and diversify away from a property and construction.
VIDEO: IMF 2014 Review of the Chinese Economy
~International Monetary Fund - 30 July 2014
Singapore set to become world's largest wealth management hub
Singapore Business Review - 21 July 2014
According to a report by Morgan McKinley, Singapore could soon become the world's biggest wealth management centre.
Strong industrial sales growth in China
thebricspost.com - 27 July 2014
Profits of industrial Chinese companies have been positive in the first half of 2014. Monthly fixed asset investment and industrial production is also growing.
US and China: contrasting approaches to Africa
Economist Intelligence Unit - 12 May 2014
To China, Africa is a "friend", the relationship is "win-win" and "economic and cultural co-operation" are described as "important wheels" of co-operation.