Month: July 2019

Opinion: Withdrawal of EU Market Access Rights Escalates Post-Brexit Fears

The Financial Times reported on July 28 that the European Commission will remove some market access rights of five countries, namely, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, and Singapore. The bloc, which is the executive body of the European Union responsible for laws and regulations, deems that these countries no longer enforce strict regulations and vigorous supervision …

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Cayman Islands: Which Financial Licence Best Suits Your Business?

In the past two years, we have witnessed brokerages’ increasing preference for financial licences with simple procedures as a result of financial regulators tightening the application process and brokerages seeking multiple licences to service a wider range of clients. The Cayman Islands is growing to be one of the most popular offshore destinations for financial …

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Trade War Truce: How Should Businesses Prepare?

Ever since China – the largest trading partner of the United States (US) – first achieved a positive balance of trade in 1992, the trade imbalance between the two countries has worsened over time. Currently, the US is experiencing a US$26.9 billion trade deficit with China. The trade deficit, which occurs when the country’s monetary …

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Trade War Truce: How Should Businesses Prepare?

Ever since China – the largest trading partner of the United States (US) – first achieved a positive balance of trade in 1992, the trade imbalance between the two countries has worsened over time. Currently, the US is experiencing a US$26.9 billion trade deficit with China. The trade deficit, which occurs when the country’s monetary …

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