A pedestrian walks past an electronic screen displaying the Hang Seng Index and the HSI Volatility Index in Hong Kong on November 22. Hong Kong's benchmark equity gauge rose above the 30,000 level for the first time in a decade as Tencent extended its rally and Chinese financial shares climbed. Photo: Bloomberg

Time for ‘Asia-first’ thinking as the US and Europe question financial regulations

Andrew Sheng says that Asian economies should take a hint from ‘America first’, plus European doubts over Basel III, and tailor financial regulations to meet regional realities rather than believing that ‘West is best’

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A pedestrian walks past an electronic screen displaying the Hang Seng Index and the HSI Volatility Index in Hong Kong on November 22. Hong Kong's benchmark equity gauge rose above the 30,000 level for the first time in a decade as Tencent extended its rally and Chinese financial shares climbed. Photo: Bloomberg
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