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A primer on China’s Belt and Road Initiative plans in South-east Asia

The economic potential of China’s Belt and Road projects in South-east Asia is huge. But whether that potential can be maximised hinges not on...


Limited market boost from Vietnam telco network-sharing: Report

State-linked operators still have the upper hand in the market, according to analysts.

Rated project, infrastructure firms in Asia well-placed to manage refinancing: Moody's

Upcoming maturities are concentrated in investment-grade companies

Reform needed to improve progress on regional infrastructure growth: Report

INFRASTRUCTURE plans in Indonesia and the Philippines need a major overhaul to achieve their ambitious growth goals, according to research from...

Exposure to coronavirus disruption low for majority of APAC infrastructure companies

Of the nearly 200 rated infrastructure issuers in Asia-Pacific, 68 per cent have low exposure to disruption from the coronavirus, 23 per cent have...

Coronavirus and ecosystem integration: Hope for the best, prepare for the worst

The last time the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global pandemic was during the H1N1, a.k.a. “swine flu,” outbreak in 2009. The...

Growing role for private investors in Vietnam infrastructure: report

But the government must facilitate this by addressing shortcomings

$17.8t worth of investment potential in Asia-Pac’s green building sector by 2030: IFC

THE green building sector in East Asia Pacific and South Asia is projected to hold $17.8 trillion worth of investment opportunities by 2030,...

Vietnam gas power holds long-term value: Report

Research analysts believe that rising manufacturing investment and the growth of cities will fuel the sector’s prospects.

Forging new paths for ASEAN’s sustainable infrastructure needs

The October announcement by Singapore’s Infrastructure Asia, and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), to develop bankable green infrastructure...

Slow growth the main risk to Indonesian property market: Report

The biggest risk to Indonesia’s property sector is economic growth that falls below the 5 per cent benchmark.