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Southeast Asia's collective insouciance has helped Pyongyang fly mostly under the radar, fill its coffers, and keep its criminal enterprises afloat. Indeed, DPRK-ASEAN trade is relatively small pickings, but $181 million per year is not nothing. The world should be concerned about these non-proliferation and otherwise criminal behaviors as they relate to the Philippines-DPRK relationship, although in (President Donald) Trump's call with (Philippine President Rodrigo) Duterte last month, these specific issues weren't
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Emma Zhu

Young people are embracing renting as a way of life instead of possessing

Xu Miaocheng

In China, the only barrier to entry is who can raise the most capital – that's good and bad. The upside is, there are funds available to launch a bunch of companies. You may not need a lot of specialization or new technology. The downside is a lot of money could be

Shen Weiwei

Everyone at home has a lot of umbrellas, but we never have them when we really need them. If we are successful, then users will no longer have to buy

Christopher Balding

The only logical explanation for the change is that they are trying to provide greater discretion in managing the yuan's

Chen Long

The decision may institutionalise the authority's window guidance to fix the yuan

Bill Daly

We have a lot of patience for the Coyotes. We're confident there are a lot of good arena opportunities available to them there. Our ownership is focused on cultivating one of those opportunities. There's every sense that they'll be successful in doing that. So we support their

Gary Bettman

(We've seen) a number of comments from the (International Ice Hockey Federation) and player reps suggesting it was still an open issue, it is not and has not been. We have an expectation that none of our players are going. But I don't want to get into the gymnastics involved in what that means. There's no reason to pick that fight right now. I think the focus is more about long-term developing the sport, not what happens for two weeks in

Simon Bevan - Grant Thornton

The good thing about British expertise is that it is used to dealing with things in different parts of the world. It's not as if we're just used to providing services here in the UK - all of the world class financial services here in the UK have been internationally minded for

Sherry Madera

The most interesting thing for me is when Xi described finance as the lifeblood of the modern economy. The forum also shifted from talking about infrastructure in a general sense to it needing to be about

Sam Xu

In terms of global money centres, there's only London and New York. Given the geographic location of New York compared with London, and less passion from the Americans for the project, London's expertise and the infrastructure will ensure the UK plays a very important role. People in China do follow the election and Brexit, but in general people there are still evaluating the real impact. Business is business, and so far I havent seen any Chinese client that has let Brexit get in the way of that. Most banks in the western hemisphere now use London as their renminbi centre. Even

Sherry Madera

I always though the UK's role was going to be important, but this shift towards execution has focused the discussion much more squarely in terms of what can be

Philip Hammond

China and the UK have a long and rich trading history. Indeed, the English first attempted to find a trade route to China in the 16th century although it took us four decades to find

Philip Hammond

Britain can be a natural partner in delivering infrastructure in Belt and Road countries by supporting the finance and planning

Oscar Zhou

It has caused a lot of problems. Many patients go overseas, and indeed, for several months, it's good. But when they return, if their treatment can't keep up, then it's

Misty Hathaway

The biggest challenge that we've had is ensuring continuity of care when the patient returns back home to

Cai Qiang

In China, we have no concept of privacy. It wasn't the patient's fault. It was ours. Every year, there are so many Chinese people who buy imported cars, clothes, cosmetics. They go abroad to travel and send their children to study abroad. Why can't a Chinese person consider going overseas to see a doctor if they are seriously ill?feedback

Stephanie L. Hines - Mayo Clinic

China is among the countries where we have seen the greatest growth in recent

Alan G. Hassenfeld

Right now in America we don't know what the rules of the game are. They are changing constantly. Right now we don't know whether we are friendly with Mexico, whether we are friendly with Canada, whether we are friendly with China, whether we are friendly with Russia. Right now, our Congress and in some cases our courts, are caught up in trying to figure out what they are going to do with the executive branch. So right now, we are in that - almost twilight zone - that we are really not sure where things are

James Chao - IHS Automotive

Hyundai has an in-between brand that does not have a clear identity in China, and there's the background of bad China-Korea relations. Recently introduced SUVs ought to help, however they are late to the

Federica Levato

The relevance of Chinese consumers, locally as well as abroad, will still be high in the market and will continue to deeply shape the industry in the coming years. The Mainland China market is on a positive trend and we expect it to be maintained throughout this year, fuelled, among other factors, by the repatriation of local consumption. We prefer to talk about the 'Millennial State of Mind', meaning that millennials are influencing how all other generations are approaching consumption and attitude towards fashion and

Hans Pfister

We are used to talking about what your carbon footprint is, but what is your handprint? Your handprint is spending two hours interacting with a community or buying art directly from the person producing it, not in a gift shop, which has a carved toucan made in China. Your handprint could be going on a local fishing tour and leaving a positive impression. It's all about creating

Claudia D'Arpizio - Bain

The last several years have been very difficult for the luxury

Claudia D'Arpizio - Bain

The peak of the largest nationality wave ever to benefit luxury goods is behind us: There is not going to be another China. That said, the growth we are seeing now is much healthier and less dependent on any one market or spending trend. The market is still very reactive. But for now, the luxury business looks in a much better place than it was this time last

Claudia D'Arpizio - Bain

It is a sad state of affairs, but people are becoming more accustomed to uncertainty being part of their lives. The impact of events like terror attacks are becoming less strong on the luxury market. As recently as last October, we said that the market would continue to stagnate if brands failed to revamp their trading strategies. For those who have, the benefits are now starting to kick

James Mattis - US Marine Corps

We are working with the international community to deal with this issue. This regime is a threat to the region, to Japan, to South Korea. And in the event of war, they would bring danger to China and to Russia as well. The bottom line is it would be a catastrophic war if this turns into a combat if we're not able to resolve this situation through diplomatic means. They have been very clear in their rhetoric we don't have to wait until they have an intercontinental ballistic missile with a nuclear weapon on it to say that now it's manifested

Gary Cohn

I think his views are evolving. He came here to learn, he came here to get smarter and he came here to hear people's views. The president, since he left [Washington] has been dealing with foreign leaders, he's been dealing with jobs, he's been dealing with economic growth, he's been dealing with diplomacy, he's been dealing with unfair trade, he's been dealing with Paris, he's been dealing with China. His agenda has been overflowing. He's been fully consumed with what's going on

Gao Hongzhi

Some enterprises are reckless and they use the cover of night to emit

Grace Li - Fitch

Rising coupon rates are likely to hinder the issuance momentum in the second half of 2017. We keep our projection of 20-30 percent at the moment, taking into account the higher issuance volume/number in H1 2017 and the possible slowdown in H2

Anthony Brindisi

The last place New York State should be taking its business is China. Decisions like this one make taxpayers scratch their heads and business owners

Mark Natkin - Marbridge Consulting

In China, average incomes are still very low and the market in many ways is still very price-conscious. So if the technology is there to support it and there's a viable business model, there's are all sorts of sharing economy or pseudo-sharing economy businesses that can potentially do very

Xu Jie

In the long run, it may be more cost-effective to buy rather than rent a ball. But we think Chinese users are willing to pay a little more for

Andy Tian - Innovations Group

After all these years, China is finally embracing its communist roots. That's the essence of communism: communal sharing. But there's no question that it's a bubble. It may have roots in something valuable, but can you really share everything?feedback

Allen Zhu - GSR Ventures

Sharing basketballs, sharing umbrellas – these are all bad ideas. They're both very tied to a particular location, which makes it difficult for the company to

Bhaskar Kotian

I like Lenovo phones for their good battery backup, smart looks and the overall

Yang Yuanqing - Lenovo Group

Our strategy is to prioritize mature markets ... which need brands and innovative products, whereas emerging markets need efficiency. So we will have two teams catering to the two kinds of markets with different product

Alberto Moel - Sanford Bernstein

I think they should deep-six their China mobile business. Their non-China probably has a chance if it's very narrowly geographic and product

Pontus Silfverstolpe

Next time your partner says she wants a handbag and the price horrifies you, just think that it may in fact prove to be an investment. The value of these bags are linked to their limited availability, the rare quality of their materials, the elegance of their design and the condition they are in and also at times who owned them

Pontus Silfverstolpe

Specialists at the auction houses advise that they be treated like any other rare investment and kept in a bank

Xu Jing - Hyundai

We're not going to show a real car. This space is only for focusing on brand

Han Sang-yun

(Having a) weaker brand ... than Japanese automakers, I think it might take more time to restore the brand and

Gary Cohn

We're not going to comment on Jared. We're just not going to comment. There's a section in the official communique talking about Russia. The president since he left Washington has been dealing with foreign leaders, has been dealing with jobs, has been dealing with economic growth, has been dealing with diplomacy, has been dealing with unfair trade, has been dealing with Paris, has been dealing with China. His agenda has been overflowing. He has been fully consumed with what's going on

Gary Cohn

The president, since he left New York [he later corrected himself to say Washington] has been dealing with foreign leaders, he's been dealing with jobs, he's been dealing with economic growth, he's been dealing with diplomacy, he's been dealing with unfair trade, he's been dealing with Paris [climate agreement], he's been dealing with China. His agenda has been overflowing. He's been fully consumed with what's going on

Jimmy Carter

He played an essential role in all the key foreign policy events of my administration, including normalisation of relations with China, signing of the SALT II treaty [on arms control], brokering the Camp David Accords [on Middle East peace], and the Panama Canal treaties, among others. He was brilliant, dedicated, and loyal, and remained a close adviser to my work at The Carter Center. I will miss

Jennifer Francis

Developed nations – particularly the U.S. and Europe – are responsible for the lion's share of past emissions, with China now playing a major role. This means Americans have caused a large fraction of the

Li Dakang

There is nothing wrong with demolishing the old China. There will not be a new one without demolishing the old

Zhao Dehan

My relatives have been farmers for generations. I didn't dare spend a

James Hardiman - Wedbush Securities

We believe that as European trends normalize and the handwringing surrounding the Chinese (Norwegian Joy) launch subsides, shares will resume their upward move. The biggest opportunity with the stock remains its anemic valuation multiple; as investors regain confidence in the Norwegian management team, we believe the multiple will

Jean-Charles Sambor - BNP Paribas

The structure of the debt is very complicated and sometimes there is overlap and none of the estimates are

Alan Gershenhorn

We believe in free trade, and we believe that the administration also sees the merits of free

Michael Gapen - Barclays

We don't have a problem child. In previous years, it was the fiscal cliff in the U.S., or debt fears in Europe or a hard landing in China. Global growth is more synchronized, without any individual pillars showing

Xu Hongcai

I don't think (Moody's) understands the actual situation in China. China's economic growth prospects this year are better than last year. The economy is stabilizing and improving. (Moody's) is worried about local government debt, but they don't need to worry about

Jean-Charles Sambor - BNP Paribas

Would we like a better understanding of the structure of these debts? Of course. That's due to the complexity of the various layers of debt which includes corporate, municipal, broader public debt, as well as off-balance sheet items and shadow

Demis Hassabis

For the first roughly 100 moves, it is the closest game we have ever seen anyone play against the master version of

Xi Jinping

Finance is the core of a modern economy. We must do a good job in the financial sector in order to ensure stable and healthy economic

Bryce Boland - FireEye

This is presumably in order to gain access to information about military preparation and understanding how the organizations within the government operate in order to be better prepared in case of potentially military conflict. There are overlapping claims between Vietnam and the Philippines over some islands in the South China Sea and it is quite likely that intelligence gathering is starting around that. We believe all of the activities of APT32 are aligned to the interests of the Vietnamese

Alexandra Russell-Oliver - Caxton and CTP Publishers and Printers

The minutes, while leaving the door open for another rate hike weren't as hawkish as some investors had been expecting - there had been speculation ahead of time that hawkish tones could be quite supportive for the dollar, . I think some of those expectations were a bit disappointed following the minutes and we've seen the dollar ease off since. That's also because it's been quite vulnerable

Simon Derrick - Bank of New York

The talk in the last 24 hours was it going to be a 9 month extension (to oil production cuts) so you can make a reasonable enough argument that everybody was positioned for it, . That said, I think it (the move) is more to do with a short term dollar

Alexandra Russell-Oliver - Caxton and CTP Publishers and Printers

Some of those (hawkish) expectations were a bit disappointed following the minutes and we've seen the dollar ease off since. That's also because it's been quite vulnerable

Katie Whitmore - Harley-Davidson

The Thailand facility will allow us to be more responsive and competitive in the ASEAN region and China. Increased access and affordability for our customers in the region is key to growth for the company in total. There is no intent to reduce H-D U.S. manufacturing due to this

Caroline Bain

The downgrade to China's credit rating yesterday has unnerved people. There are clear signs China's economy is coming off the boil and that demand will be weaker in the second half of the

Ingrid Sternby

Much of the price weakness in copper is because of the tighter credit situation in China. When this reverses the Chinese speculative community will look at copper in a more positive

Jeff Davis - Navy

We operate in the Asia-Pacific region on a daily basis, including in the South China Sea. We operate in accordance with international law. It's not about one country. It's not about one body of water. Unfortunately, I think the public narrative has made it about China and the South China Sea. It's not that. It's about asserting international rights to navigate in waters that international law accepts, and these are rights and benefits that benefit all countries on Earth, to include

John Pomfret

China's government remains paranoid about the pull of American ideology on its

Jason Schenker - Prestige Economics

If you wanted to know where the downside risk is, it is not in OPEC's decision or in U.S. driving demand or in global inventories rebalancing. I think China is the big source of concern. If China weakens further, that poses downside risk. But if we see the rebound in the (China Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index) and we see Chinese manufacturing PMI as a proxy for global growth improve, then we see some upside potential

Jeff Navin

Companies need a degree of certainty from the agency. The worry is that if someone has a game-changing technology and is looking to the government to help them commercialize it, maybe Europe or China starts to look more

Demis Hassabis

For the first 100 moves, it was the closest we've ever seen anyone play against the Master version of AlphaGo. Ke Jie pushed AlphaGo right to the limit. Today's game was different from the first. AlphaGo made some moves which were opposite from my vision of how to maximise the possibility of winning. I also thought I was very close to winning the game in the middle but maybe that's not what AlphaGo was thinking. I'm a little bit sad, it's a bit of a regret because I think I played pretty

Harry Harris

Washington "will not allow the shared domains to be closed down unilaterally -- no matter how many bases are built on artificial features in the South China

Li Yinhe

The ruling proves that same-sex marriage is acceptable in Chinese culture, and is likely for the Chinese mainland to legalise gay marriage within a

Jerry Brown

We have people working in China, in their regulatory agencies, consulting with them, speaking fluent Mandarin, working with the Chinese government – giving them advice on cap and

James McCormack - Fitch

Negative outlooks peaked in late 2016 in EM sovereigns and are now in

Guido Chamorro

Just looking very simplistically at debt to GDP, the fact is that most countries in emerging markets have seen an increase. And even with some of the green shoots we have seen in EM, that trend is not expected to reverse for several years so it is not a surprise that rating agencies are still

Norman Eisen

As a legal matter, the trademark itself is a thing of value, as proven by how hard the president has fought for some of these trademarks over the years, in China and elsewhere. The Constitution simply does not allow him to collect foreign tributes of this kind while he sits in the Oval

Douglas Feagin - Ant Financial Services Group

Introducing local-currency mobile payments to Hong Kong is an important step forward in Ant Financial's mission to bring our services to more users in more markets. We are looking forward to rolling out a wide variety of payment-related services for local users in Hong

Chris Watling - Longview Economics

The real question is when do they lose control of managing the interest rates and managing that nip and tuck? In my opinion, because of the managed exchange rate with the rest of the world, it's when the Fed policy starts getting properly tight that China really comes under pressure. That's the thing to watch and for me that's probably the

Chris Watling - Longview Economics

I don't think one responds specifically to this news, I think it just confirms what we know, which is that there's an awful lot of debt in China. If you look at it rationally I think it's the biggest credit bubble I've seen in terms of build-up of debt relative to GDP in five, six, seven years that I've seen in my short 25-30 year career. It's the biggest one I can find relative to GDP of any major economy and it's a troubling situation. There's clearly way too much debt and at some stage it will become a real issue and I think the financial system is the place to

Stepan Kubiv

It will be their (China's) decision, but I believe that this (loan agreement deadline) needs to be extended. But at the same time we have to review the pricing policy of the resource (the loan).feedback

Gadi Tirosh

I think it's going to take a while until corporates will feel comfortable enough buying cybersecurity solutions from high-tech hubs like China or even India, and Russia too. There are even some doubts around the world about whether U.S. software-based solutions are entirely

Ren Lei

Here I have the chance to spend some time with my child and do something together that greatly enriches his

Oscar Ramos

Ninety-nine percent of companies who want to access China as a foreign company, shouldn't. Start-ups that do good are very well funded and run and operate extremely fast. For a long time Chinese companies have been copying things, they're very good at doing that. We've seen companies coming to China and adapting to the value proposition to a different type of demographic. But afterwards they realized they were more successful in Southeast Asia where they can leverage their acquisition channels that they're more familiar

Yukio Ishizuki - Daiwa Securities Group

The rise in Treasury yields is supporting the dollar. It appears that speculative buying of Treasuries has run its course, with Trump concerns and geopolitical risks no longer fresh

Alan Dupont

Australia is extremely reluctant to participate in freedom of navigation operations that involve flying over or sailing through the 12 nautical miles around the islands. The Australian government feels it would be provocative and upset China. It feels it would be counterproductive now that China has militarized the

Andrew Fennell - Fitch Ratings

China's recent economic growth trajectory has been accompanied by a buildup of imbalances and vulnerabilities that poses risks to its basic economic and financial

Zhou Xiaochuan

Every enterprise, especially those with too high a rate of leverage, should be

Lu Jiehua

As well, what would their motive be for faking on a major scale? Being totally dismissive is not objective or

Yi Fuxiang

India could become the No. 1 country. There are many reasons, but population is the most important one. I want people to pay attention, because this is such a big issue for China. We enforced the one-child policy for over three decades, and a swathe of economic and social policies came to center on one child. Even if family planning stopped, habits die hard. Overall, our structure is where Japan was in 1992, and our economic waning will be a long-term trend. Young people don't want to have one child, let alone two children. In the future, it will be very hard to achieve an

Lu Jiehua

I think that the numbers from the National Bureau of Statistics are quite

Liu Hongyan

The numbers from the National Health and Family Planning Commission are derived from hospital childbirth statistics. In recent years the rate of hospital births has been quite high, up to 97-98 percent, so I think those numbers from the hospitals are quite

Vega Zaishi Wang

In Beijing, there was no such thing as work-life balance. But here in Xiamen, I can slow down my pace and focus on my collections. I'm much happier

Timothy Parent

Fashion in China moves so quickly. In just a few decades, the concept of 'made in China' has become 'designed in China.' Instead of producing clothes, more and more people now want to create and design

Dido Liu

Xiamen is a place that doesn't have any fashion. It's so hot, most people just go out wearing T-shirts, shorts and flip

Wan Yifang

The government doesn't really know what it's doing. Design studios are really a new thing for them. They've never thought about how to differentiate between large-scale manufacturers and small design

Ian Hylton

Xiamen is one of those rare cities where you can work really hard and get a lot done but you can also

Richard Falkenhall

People may have the view that the minutes also can be tilted towards the hawkish side. I think that could be a temporary thing supporting the dollar right

Brian Yarbrough - Edward Jones & Co.

Mainland China was very strong, but other parts of China were weaker and Macau and Hong Kong have been struggling now for a little

Chang Liu - Capital Economics

The property sector may also become a headwind to growth in the coming quarters. There are already signs that property sales are cooling due to recently imposed curbs on residential purchases. If this continues, developers may begin to slow the pace of

Luc Froehlich

The downgrade is yet another sign of the challenges faced by China, which is juggling rising leverage, declining economic growth rates and ongoing structural reforms. Despite these mounting pressures, we are confident that China's central bank and its regulators are firmly in control of the

Masahiro Ichikawa - Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management

Currencies are reacting quite calmly, as China is still seen to have enough reserve strength for further fiscal

Paul Donovan - Ubs

Asian equities sort of noticed, which is unusual, normally no one pays any attention to the actions of the credit ratings agency. Because if you give a credit rating agency attention every time it changes a rating, it will just encourage the credit rating agency to change ratings again. However, the reaction has been very modest and there is no real economic insight in the

Mike van Dulken - Accendo Markets

A mildly positive opening call comes as investors weigh up Moody's credit downgrade for China on debt sustainability concerns, a lukewarm reception for Trump's first budget (does it all add up?) as well as rising optimism ahead of tomorrow's OPEC meeting (especially after more favourable US inventory data) and news of potential M&A in the soft commodity

Ava Lui

I just wish that they will never get sick, they won't get hurt. The less I take them to see vets the more time I can spend playing with them. That would be

Lia Yang Liu

The device really helped me once, when I loosened the collar and he just ran out of the park. I think the commercials just exaggerate the effects. I don't believe devices can translate a pet's language for

Kim Jong-un

Yes, at the end of the day, the last card, the ace, has to be with China. It's only

Hua Chunying

I am not aware of the details of that report. But I can tell you that China's national security organ is investigating and handling organizations, personnel and activities that endanger China's national security and interests and fully perform its duty with the authorization by law. I do not want to say more about the normal performance of duty by the national security

Antoine Griezmann

If I have to move today it will be no problem. It could be to England because that's fashionable, to Germany, China or the United States. I'm ready to

Ernest Moniz

The United States played an indispensable role in creating the Mission Innovation initiative, where 22 nations and the have agreed to double governmental investments in clean energy R&D over a five-year period. This administration budget proposal would put us behind China and Europe, blunting our competitive edge in a multi-trillion dollar developing clean energy global

Anshul Gupta - Gartner

Although Samsung announced that preorders for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are up 30 percent year over year, the absence of an alternative to Note 7 and the fierce competition in the basic smartphone segment are leading Samsung to continuously lose market share. Sales of iPhones were flat, which led to a drop in market share year over year. Similar to Samsung, Apple is increasingly facing fierce competition from Chinese brands Oppo and Vivo, among others, and its performance in China is under

Gerardo Zamorano

The fact is Brazil is coming out of recession, we will still see good GDP developments and some year-on-year growth. We still think interest rates will come

William Jackson - Capital Economics

One thing we are keeping an eye on is what's happening in China where the recovery seems to have peaked. We expect the slower data to continue in coming quarters and that could have repercussions on emerging markets as a

Zhang Gaoli

There needs to be a proper balance between the protection and utilization of Antarctica in order to keep the environment green and sustain economic growth and cultural stability for

Zhang Zhenhui - ZTE Corporation

We envision a network that will be able to efficiently transport goods between cities, and even between provinces, in the future. This is a milestone not only for JD, but for the entire transportation industry as we extend our logistics services to other shippers on and off of

Sam Walls

I'm sure they're sitting around in hindsight thinking, yeah, we probably could have thought that one through

Sam Walls

About the time we came to market you couldn't open the paper in China and not read an article about the demise of the Chinese steel

Mitsuo Imaizumi - Daiwa Securities Group

Of course we're not really sure of the details of the budget plan, and what form it will finally take, but it has given the market the perception that everything is moving forward again, after recent distractions such as 'Russia-gate'. Expectations that the Fed will hike next month are also supporting the dollar. Though a hike is not a done deal, it is still widely

Ada Kong

If our kids can grow up in an environment like this, it will be like one of our wishes coming true. I felt that moving into a new house marked a new beginning. My husband felt like a lovely home was ruined, but I was comforting him [saying] that where there are people, there is a

Neal Langerman

Their process management really has to focus on prevention. You literally have to assume something is going to go

Ada Kong

I think the Tianjin explosion is a reckoning call for the public. The newly rising middle class can be a new dynamic to improve the hazardous chemical safety issue problem in China. They're more aware of their rights. They're more empowered basically because of their economic

Ada Kong

Personally speaking, I don't want to live there. I want another

Mimi Zou

It's only when these big accidents like Tianjin happen that regulators step in. But where were they when the employer was actually cutting corners?feedback

Mimi Zou

The regulatory approach has been to just respond when there's been an accident, but obviously that doesn't address all the risks involved … prioritising damage control over preventive [measures] just means that you're not really addressing the root of the

Rodrigo Duterte

I've realigned myself in your ideological flow and maybe I will also go to Russia to talk to Putin and tell him there are three of us against the world: China, Philippines and Russia. It's the only way. America, since the end of the 1960s, has been interfering in other states. They offer a country help but demand in exchange that the country adopts certain laws, for example legalises gay

Ralf Speth - Jaguar Land Rover

These solid results demonstrate the appeal of our products and our ability to deliver strong, profitable and sustainable growth. We are continuing to invest significantly in new models and innovation, as shown by the new Land Rover Discovery, the forthcoming Range Rover Velar and all-electric Jaguar I-Pace, reinforcing our commitment to new technologies and providing new and compelling customer experiences. Our heart, soul and headquarters will always be in the

Jean Noel Faye

Without the Chinese, we would have nothing to sell. Those who have negative impressions of the Chinese are already

Wang Xu

To make matters worse, Senegalese have less and less money to spend. My son is growing up without a

Neil Shah - Apple

The Surface Pro's global launch in China, along with announcement of Windows 10 China Government Edition, speaks volumes of Microsoft's China

John Stansfield

People in China are still eating ice cream and drinking soft drinks. It's just the fact that these products are now increasingly made from corn syrup rather than

Sergey Radchenko

Today, North Korea's sole supporter, China, is increasingly losing patience with Pyongyang. If Kim does something 'stupid,' he may well push the Chinese over the edge and lose all support. And he would not want

Kevin Caron

China has been a harbinger of things to come, and what we've seen in the last several trading days has been weakness in the Chinese stock

Todd McClay

We are making progress but there is still a long way to go. There is a renewed desire to find a way to a high-quality outcome. But it is going to take a lot of hard work to get it done by the end of the

Yiying Lu

I never saw any fortune cookie in my life until I was a teenager. It's kind of like Häagen-Dazs. People think its Scandinavian just because of the two dots in the name, but it's American. It's the same thing with the takeout box. The Chinese takeout box is completely invented in the West. And the fortune cookie was invented by a Japanese person, but it was popularized in America. So I said, Okay, let me do research. I was born in China! I thought I knew my root culture pretty well, but no! I was

Dan Smith - Oxford Economics

The Chinese government is becoming quite aggressive in targeting environmental

Donald J. Trump

The nations of Europe have also endured unspeakable horror. The nations of Africa and South America, India, Russia, China, Australia have all been victims. Every nation has an absolute duty to ensure that terrorists find no quarter on their soil. This is a battle between barbaric criminals who seek to obliterate human life, and decent people of all religions who seek to protect it. This is a battle between good and evil. Until the Iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace, all nations of conscience must work together to isolate

Majid Jafar

The key issue is actually what's happening in the U.S. The kickstart of the shale oil production there is faster than anybody thought…, you're seeing it in the rig count, you're seeing it in the cost of production, they can drill wells at a third of the cost and in a third of the time now. The key question not always in focus is China. What's really going on with their growth? Indian growth of oil demand is even faster than China's now. There needs to be a little more focus on the demand side as well to truly get a view of the overall

Agatha Kratz - European Council

This particular project saw a lot of ups and downs as it was going to be financed by China and built by Chinese companies, but the Thai government finally decided to finance it itself (while) still using Chinese technology. The official line now is that the project will start construction in 2017, but I'm sure there could be some more

Joshua Kurlantzick - Council on Foreign Relations

At best for China, (its partners) are neutral about its governance and political system, and get on and do business while ignoring

Tim Summers

(T)he metaphor of Silk Road is itself a sort of soft power, conjuring images of a past age of openness, connectivity, peaceful trade, cultural exchange ... in which China was a central

Ramon Lopez

We are at the stage where it has become important for all of us to show political willingness to move RCEP discussions forward, especially in light of the trend in some parts of the world where the threat of protectionism is really

Avi Hasson

You can really see that happening for Israel in a big way, in China, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and so