Global Rebalancing / 12.11.18

Churning out chips

Global Rebalancing / 11.20.18

India’s smartphone boom

Lava, a small player in India’s booming mobile economy, is nowhere near Apple in name recognition, but it is a bright spot in India’s effort to become a global hub for electronics manufacturing, reports Reuters.

Global Rebalancing / 09.12.18

A European railway revolution?

The European Union has ordered countries to open all commercial train services to competition by 2020, reports Bloomberg.

Global Rebalancing / 08.07.18

Hong Kong embracing virtual banks

Hong Kong, a global leader in banking and finance, is bracing for the arrival of so-called virtual banks — financial institutions without physical branches where all transactions are online – reports CNBC.

Global Rebalancing / 07.17.18

Boeing, Embraer join forces

Boeing and Embraer announced a joint venture in July as a way for the U.S. manufacturer to produce regional jets, reports USA Today.

Global Rebalancing / 07.12.18

China hands the world a 111 million ton trash problem

For years, China has been the world’s biggest importer of used plastic, buying 106 million tons of old bags, bottles, wrappers and containers annually, according to Bloomberg. So last year, when the country announced it would cease buying the world’s trash, other governments knew they had a problem, but were unsure how big of a problem.