Andy Mukherjee, Bloomberg

Andy Mukherjee

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Recent articles by Andy:

Brazil Misses Out on World-Cup Betting. What’s India’s Wager?

The outsourcing hub is attracting both makers and testers of games even though the local gambling market remains largely untapped. → Read More

Hong Kong Could Turn Covid Zero Into Money

To show its commitment to the restrictive policy, the city should consider paying people to take rapid antigen tests. → Read More

FTX Debacle Poses Challenges for Asia’s Crypto Capital

Singapore has an opportunity to come up with a comprehensive licensing regime after this year’s fiascos. → Read More

FTX’s Sudden Unraveling May Allow DeFi to Grow

The crypto exchange’s founder was throwing his weight behind regulation that would have helped his bourse while undermining decentralized finance. → Read More

Singapore or HK? DBS Offers Clues to Who Is Ahead

Lenders in the two financial centers have the upper hand over their Chinese peers going into 2023. → Read More

China+1 Is a Real Theme in India’s Festive Season

The country’s factory-to-the-world ambitions are being bolstered as China threatens to retreat from the West. → Read More

China+1 Is a Real Theme in India’s Festive Season

The country’s factory-to-the-world ambitions are being bolstered as China threatens to retreat from the West. → Read More

Why Hong Kong Pensions Are So Much Worse Than Singapore’s

It’s too late for Hong Kong to emulate its rival’s pension system. But Iceland offers a good model to make sure an aging population is looked after in retirement. → Read More

Smartphone Apps Bury the Case for a Pan-Asian Currency

A new world wide web of payments may be the best way to move money quickly and cheaply across borders. → Read More

Singapore Home Prices Won’t Defy Gravity for Long

The fastest quarterly increase in suburban real-estate prices in 13 years will make the city-state uncomfortable. Authorities will act again if rising interest costs fail to cool demand. → Read More

Gilts Are Bland. But Even Indian Bonds Aren’t Spicy?

A standoff over tax concessions is holding back the country’s outreach to global asset managers. Investors will eventually bite, but only when yields are higher and the currency weaker. → Read More

Gilts Are Bland. But Even Indian Bonds Aren’t Spicy?

A standoff over tax concessions is holding back the country’s outreach to global asset managers. Investors will eventually bite, but only when yields are higher and the currency weaker. → Read More

Oops, Wrong Hyundai. India’s Industrial Policy Misfires — Again

New Delhi’s blunder is just one of several failings that undermine confidence in Modi’s push to galvanize private investment. → Read More

Oops, Wrong Hyundai. India’s Industrial Policy Misfires — Again

New Delhi’s blunder is just one of several failings that undermine confidence in Modi’s push to galvanize private investment. → Read More

The World’s Second-Biggest Fortune Deserves a Keener Spotlight

Gautam Adani’s burgeoning wealth, amassed chiefly from shares traded in India, could be a public-relations dream for the country — with some transparency around his offshore fund investors’ ultimate beneficiaries. → Read More

The World’s Second-Biggest Fortune Deserves a Keener Spotlight

Gautam Adani’s burgeoning wealth, amassed chiefly from shares traded in India, could be a public-relations dream for the country — with some transparency around his offshore fund investors’ ultimate beneficiaries. → Read More

Apollo Wades In Where Amazon Fears to Tread

The US buyout firm is suing to uphold its rights as a shareholder in a bankrupt Indian retail group after the e-commerce giant saw its claims scuttled. → Read More

China’s Payment Duopoly May Struggle to Survive

Standardized QR codes to promote the digital yuan could weaken the stranglehold of Alipay and WeChat Pay. → Read More

India Aims to Copy China, But Not In Lending-by-App Craze

The RBI wants digital loans to be less predatory and for credit risk to remain with regulated institutions. → Read More

No Respite From Scorching Singapore Rents

The supply crunch can only ease with a better yield for homebuyers and completion of new housing projects next year. → Read More