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Asean Singapore 2018

THE eyes and ears of the world are on Singapore once again this week, with a host of world leaders in town for the 33rd ASEAN Summit and Related Summits.

Forging ahead on Southeast Asia’s digital journey

ASEAN countries must collaborate to be digitally ready in terms of connectivity infrastructure and technology adoption across governments, businesses...

Unleashing ASEAN’s full potential with data-driven governance

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has a bright future ahead of it.

Compounding the value of data in the analytics economy

Singapore has made significant progress in strengthening its digital economy. Almost daily, we see headlines about organizations harnessing data and...

Greater uncertainty ahead for Asean in 2019: AMRO

In its monthly update for January, the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office sees greater uncertainty ahead in 2019.

Philippines on track for strong growth in 2019: Citi

Strong growth expected to continue though politics could be a distraction, says Citi.

Asean cities among top 20 for 'momentum' in JLL index

Four Asean cities rank among the world's top for socio-economic and commercial real estate momentum...

Philippines on track for strong growth in 2019: Citi

Strong growth expected to continue though politics could be a distraction, says Citi.

Investing in Myanmar – not when but how

DECADES of stunted development under military rule gave way to Asia’s newest democracy after victory by Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for...

Indonesia challenged to pare current account deficit despite oil price 'windfall'

FALLING oil prices could be “an unexpected windfall” for Indonesia, which is running a current account deficit - but the country still faces unique...

Malaysia: Government to revise Budget 2019 if oil prices drop below US$50 per barrel

A crude oil forecast of US$55-US$66 per barrel translates into revenue loss of around 2-5 billion ringgit or 0.1%-0.3% of Malaysia's GDP said...