Value of Asian Assets

Among the many keywords of 1H 2019 in Asia, it is not difficult to spot a few interesting topics, such as trade conflict, Brexit, BRI, and, most recently, the social turbulence in Hong Kong. Since Asia is a highly diversified market in itself, representing much pragmatic demand for growth, value generation and developmental issues, Europe […]

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Managing strategic customers

Managing strategic customer relationships is a multifaceted endeavour with puzzling results for many companies. Whilst they implement Strategic Account Management (SAM) programmes to achieve larger share of wallet (i.e. customer spend) and increased revenues and profits, these programmes often result in lower prices and higher costs to serve for the providers. Most companies however, need […]

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Møller Associate Du Yang speaks to China Global Television Network

Two years after joining the Special Drawing Rights (SDR), an international currency reserve to supplement IMF member countries’ official reserves, the Chinese yuan has increased its influence in international foreign exchange reserves and payments. Du Yang, explains to China Global Television Network that the marketization of the yuan is a major hurdle. Full article here

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Mindfully managing routines

Modern life offers an extraordinary variety of working opportunities – perhaps more than at any time in history. But given their perceived need for control and desire that their people remain accountable, many workplaces oblige their employees to implement sometimes rigid working routines. This isn’t a problem until employees are faced by something out of […]

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