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Asia’s difficult policy choices Asia’s difficult policy choices

flow’s Graham Buck and Clarissa Dann explore Asia’s uneven economic recovery path amid slow vaccination progress and implications for the region’s monetary policy in the face of rising inflation

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More Beyond the greenwash

More could be done to address the social reasons why unsustainable trading activities continue, argues Rebecca Harding. Having systems in place to check mirror trade data and supporting communities with alternative sources of income are good starting points

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Heirs of Lac Long Quan Heirs of Lac Long Quan

Vietnam has managed to weather the Covid-19 pandemic better than many Asian economies. flow examines what underpins this resilience and how it is driving flows of foreign direct investment and export growth
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CASH MANAGEMENT, MACRO AND MARKETS, TECHNOLOGY

FX risk management: Keeping pace with market developments FX risk management: Keeping pace with market developments

A diversity of currencies and regulations can make implementing an FX hedge programme in Asia challenging. Technology is key and this article from The Asset reports that for Deutsche Bank, GEM Connect helps its clients to seamlessly execute FX hedging in an automated and transparent fashion

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MACRO AND MARKETS

Germany’s elusive recovery Germany’s elusive recovery

The persistence of the pandemic has delayed what promises to be a strong rebound in growth, while Chancellor Merkel’s departure casts uncertainty over the election in September and the country’s future role in the EU, reports flow's Graham Buck

 

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China aims for self-sufficiency China aims for self-sufficiency

The just-published 14th Five-Year Plan is less concerned with growth targets than going it alone and making China self-reliant on goods such as computer chips, report flow’s Graham Buck and Janet Du Chenne

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Steering post-Covid recovery Steering post-Covid recovery

The changeover at the US economic helm ushers in a stimulus-based approach to economic revival. But leadership handovers in Germany and Japan are not likely to replicate that policy shift. What does this mean for the new world order? flow’s Graham Buck and Clarissa Dann investigate

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SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

Building ESG investor frameworks Building ESG investor frameworks

As the pursuit of alignment with ESG considerations is increasingly shaping investor fund management strategies, flow talks to Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of ESG for Company Research Debbie Jones on what this means for market sector analysis and how regulation is shifting capital towards more sustainable investment objectives

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