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China: a tea drinking nation China (FXI) is a traditionally tea-drinking nation and no one could have ever thought of the Chinese population drinking coffee instead of tea. But Starbucks has managed to bring about that revolution in China. Early...
Starbucks to double stores in China by 2021 China (FXI) is Starbucks’ (SBUX) largest market outside of the United States (SPY) and the company expects it to overtake the US one day. "Not only will China one day be bigger...
How is the new monarch of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn, ruling his kingdom since the death of his father, the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej?Fear.The overwhelming success of Bhumibol’s reign has evidently become an entrapment for Vajiralongkorn, who has failed to...
Analysts see opportunity in buying these tech sector stocks Analysts have been bullish on technology sector stocks investing in Indonesia on prospects of eCommerce and Internet growth in the country. A Google and Temasek study expects that by 2025, Indonesia...
Tech stocks that have further upside Valuations in the technology space are attractive presently as visible from their low one-year forward price to earning ratios coupled with rising price to earnings. Even though stock markets of the United States (SPY),...
Indonesia's digital boom A smartphone boom has been fueling Indonesia’s (EIDO) eCommerce growth. The eCommerce industry in Indonesia has grown from $12 billion in 2014 to $18 billion last year and is forecasted to touch $130 billion by 2020 as per...
Indonesia: growing smartphone demand Indonesia’s (EIDO) smartphone market is growing by leaps and bounds. As per a report by market research firm GFK, 93% of Internet users in Indonesia access the Internet on their smartphones rather than their desktop. Smartphone...
Indonesia: a growing investment hub With a population of 260 million, Indonesia is the fourth largest economy in the world just behind the United States (SPY), India (INDA) and China (FXI). Even though Indonesia’s (EIDO) tech sector is still a...
Two-phased privatization The privatization spree undertaken by the government in Vietnam (VNM) is two-phased. As part of its two-phased strategy, at first the government will (phase 1) list only a minor proportion of each company’s equity, and if the demand-supply...
Vietnam on a privatization spree Vietnam’s stock market (VNM) currently has more than 700 public firms on two exchanges with a combined market value of $99 billion. Moreover, the Vietnamese government is on course with its privatization program, so we...
Vietnamese banks With Vietnam (VNM) planning to raise the foreign ownership limit on its private sector banks, markets expect the financial sector in this Asian (AAXJ) (VPL) nation to do particularly well. However, there are some investment professionals who do...
Vietnam In 2016, US trade in goods with Vietnam (VNM) totaled $31.9 billion. Over 20% of all Vietnamese exports are destined to the US (SPY) (IWM).Donald Trump’s protectionist pledges to move US manufacturing back to its own territory is sure...

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