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The Bottom Line – What to Look for this Financial Week

As we kick off this week, the biggest question on people’s minds is – what drove the stock market’s wild swings last week, and what’s next on the cards? As I always say, there is no crystal ball but if …

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Mayor Bloomberg applauds Chinese Mayors for taking steps towards low carbon living

Mayors Michael Bloomberg of New York City and David Miller of Toronto tell reporters what most impressed them about the Chinese Mayors’ discussion about increasing sustainability in their cities. New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the new chair of the …

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Will Asian countries impose a carbon tax?

Many Asian countries are looking into the idea but remain apprehensive about imposing a tax that will put them at a disadvantage in their race towards competitiveness. This is in spite of the fact that governments across Asia are creating industry strategies to foster green growth.

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Will 2010 be an explosive year for China?

At the outset of every new year, one begins to speculate on how the days will unfold and how one’s dreams and desires will play out. In Hong Kong, people look not only at the fact that we are in …

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Vice Presidential Debate: Palin vs. Biden on Global Warning

Who do you think actually takes a stronger stand on Global Warming? Although both Biden and Palin want to address the issue, in the Vice Presidential debates, they seemed to be coming from different points of view.

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