About CPA Australia Asia-Pacific Small Business SurveyThe CPA Australia Asia-Pacific Small Business Survey provides annual insights into the views of small businesses across the region and forms part of a longitudinal study that began in 2009. The 11th CPA Australia annual survey comprised extensive surveying of 4,193 small business operators in eleven markets, including Hong Kong, Mainland China (Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chongqing), Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, India, Australia and New Zealand. The survey was conducted between 18 November and 12 December 2019 before COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about CPA Australia: 44 Per Cent of Small Businesses in Hong Kong Sought External Funds for Survival Before Covid-19 Pandemic
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We could, like after 1918, get weak or weaker international organisations, the rise of nationalism, protectionism and economic depression. Or, as followed 1945, more cooperation and internationalism, like Bretton Woods, the Marshall Plan, the UN and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. … [Read more...] about Will coronavirus reverse globalisation?
Last week, Hapulico – one of the largest wholesale medicine markets in Vietnam – continued all operations as normal, even after the EU decided to close external borders for a month. At Hapulico, many kinds of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment are imported from Europe as well as elsewhere. … [Read more...] about Global pharma groups push on with operations