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Malaysia by-election losses raise risk of reactive fiscal policy

There is a rising risk of more reactive fiscal policy in the run-up to the Sandakan by-election in Sabah, Malaysia, resulting in more subsidy...

Situational analysis if Pheu Thai-led coalition government emerges: Control Risks

The violent and highly disruptive repercussions of political conflict in Thailand since 2008 should convince even the most sanguine that the...

Asean has gained from US Asia policy: researchers

Trump's focus on North-east Asia has spared Asean markets from trade action...

Singapore and Vietnam to explore tie-ups in energy, Industry 4.0

Ministers discussed collaboration opportunities at annual meeting

Policy continuity assured as Thailand goes to polls: UOB

Successful elections on March 24 will boost investor confidence and growth prospects, said economist

Call for public-private tie-ups to spur Indonesian growth

Flagging how increased investment spending has not translated to the same level of gross domestic product (GDP) growth since the 1997 Asian...

Achieving better policy outcomes with analytics

Asia is driving the pace of urbanisation globally. According to the United Nations Economic and Social Council for Asia and the Pacific, 17 of 28...

Indonesia, Thailand election outcomes to be market neutral: DBS

Policy continuity expected regardless of results, say economists

Infrastructure, consumer and tech industries expected to benefit in a Jokowi victory: Fitch Solutions

With the Indonesian general elections slated for April 2019, Fitch Solutions analysts are expecting President Joko Widodo, also known as Jokowi,...

Technology policy likely to stay its course in Indonesia: Fitch Solutions

The re-election of Indonesian President Joko Widodo is positive for the continuity of key technology policies and the growth prospects of the IT,...