Quay cranes standing at the Tanjung Pelepas Port (PTP) in southern Malaysia’s Johor state, near Singapore, on April 11, 2002. Photo: Reuters Quay cranes standing at the Tanjung Pelepas Port (PTP) in southern Malaysia’s Johor state, near Singapore, on April 11, 2002. Photo: Reuters
Quay cranes standing at the Tanjung Pelepas Port (PTP) in southern Malaysia’s Johor state, near Singapore, on April 11, 2002. Photo: Reuters

Asian businesses turn their growth focus towards the region as US-China trade war upends global trade links, supply chains

  • More than half of Asian business leaders surveyed said they plan to expand in Asia-Pacific in the next five years, according to HSBC report
  • 79 per cent of Chinese businesses believe governments are trying to protect domestic companies, HSBC says

Topic |   US-China trade war
Quay cranes standing at the Tanjung Pelepas Port (PTP) in southern Malaysia’s Johor state, near Singapore, on April 11, 2002. Photo: Reuters Quay cranes standing at the Tanjung Pelepas Port (PTP) in southern Malaysia’s Johor state, near Singapore, on April 11, 2002. Photo: Reuters
Quay cranes standing at the Tanjung Pelepas Port (PTP) in southern Malaysia’s Johor state, near Singapore, on April 11, 2002. Photo: Reuters
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