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From the possibility of seeing a war between the US and China in 2025 as set out in a leaked memo and new regional CPPCC heads, turning the attention to China’s domestic leadership. Dr Chong Ja Ian Associate Professor, Political Science, National University of Singapore and Non-Resident Fellow, Carnegie China gives us an analysis of those headlines and more.
Raised in the foothills of Himalayas. Hemant began his journey in hospitality at the Taj Palace, Delhi. After winning the Diageo world class, he moved to what he calls his home now, New York. General Manager to an acclaimed Indian establishment called Junoon. Hemant is an award winning mixologist who draws his inspiration from the spices. Whether it’s his Mumbai Margarita or Masala Rye, Hemant is constantly fusing cultures through his cocktails. Adrian Abraham speaks to Hemant about how Diageo world class changed his life, the lessons he learnt from being homeless in New York and how he managed to establish himself as an award winning mixologist.
Market View: The Watch Collector vs The Secondary Market Analyst - Watches to Collect vs Watches to Invest
We’re going to talk all about watches today. According to a new industrial report,, sales of second-hand luxury watches will overtake new models within a decade as buyers seek rate timepieces from brands such as Rolex and Audemars Piguet. Swiss-based industry analyst and consulting firm LuxeConsult forecast that the market for vintage and pre-owned watches will surge to some 79 billion euros in 2033, more than three times the 25 billion euros sold last year. In anticipation of a hotter secondary market, we want to find out which are the watches investors should resell versus those that they should keep in the long term. Also - should emotions play a part in the decision process? On Market View, Prime Time’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian posed these questions to Mr Oliver Muller, Consultant and Advisor at LuxeConsult, as well as Dr Bernard Cheong - he’s one of Singapore’s most prominent watch investors who has been collecting watches since the late 1970s, and also the founding partner of Lifeline Medical Group.
In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Timothy Go and Bharati Jagdish speak with Jonathan Frewin, Senior Journalist with BBC World Service Partner Hub in Londonto talk about some of the top stories they are tracking this week, including a series of strikes in the UK, with teachers being the latest to join the group, what will happen as the European Commission present proposals for the European Union to tackle the energy crisis as well as respond to US and Chinese subsidies, the final 747 jumbo jet to be manufactured by Boeing will be delivered to its customer and finally, what to expect from the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s trip to China this weekend.
The Franklin Templeton Institute has released a whitepaper that explores issues stemming from food security. But what kind of impact will this have on financial markets when addressing potential solutions? On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Christy Tan, Investment Strategist at Franklin Templeton Institute to find out why it’s important to note food security issues when it comes to investing.
What is the X factor that gives Chinese founders and their companies the advantage to becoming multibillion global enterprises? And how did Chinese history, folklore and Mao Zedong's political strategies shape the leadership approaches of Chinese tech leaders? Michelle Martin unravels with Guoli Chen, Professor of Strategy at INSEAD & Author, Seeing the Unseen: Behind Chinese Tech Giants’ Global Venturing