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TOP TIPS: Doing business in East Indonesia

Central and East Indonesia have much untapped potential and are less saturated than Jakarta and West Java

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Grab launches venture arm to 'transform South-east Asia'

IN A bid to seek out South-east Asia's next tech "unicorn", Grab on Tuesday launched Grab Ventures, joining the ranks of Google,...

TOP TIPS: Doing business in East Indonesia

Central and East Indonesia have much untapped potential and are less saturated than Jakarta and West Java

Asean's '11th member' dips a toe in the bloc

ASIA-PACIFIC law firm King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has launched an international trade and investment practice with partners at its three-...

Private equity, venture capital investments into South-east Asia hit record US$23.5b in 2017: SVCA report

PRIVATE equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) investments into South-east Asia hit a record US$23.5 billion in 2017, going by the South-east Asia...

Asean stands to gain from Belt and Road Initiative despite challenges

CHINA'S Belt and Road Initiative, or the BRI, is a potential game-changer that may have significant win-win implications for both China and...

Boosting infrastructure in Asean with 'patient capital'

THE crucial role infrastructure plays in socioeconomic progress is not difficult to understand. Inadequate sanitation, blackouts and traffic...

China's gambling fever is stoking Manila's property boom

IN Manila's main financial district and its fringes, signs of the new inhabitants are everywhere: the restaurants serving steaming Chinese...

US$2.2m in Bangkok buys marble baths, butlers and a Bentley

In chic central Bangkok, a foreign buying binge is fueling a red-hot market for ultra-luxury real estate.

Indonesia to open university sector to 100 pct foreign ownership

[JAKARTA] Indonesian President Joko Widodo has instructed his cabinet to open up the university sector to 100 per cent foreign investment, and...

Myanmar improving but still 'super challenging' for business: Study

[YANGON] Family-run firms, a lack of transparency and murky money networks in the former junta-led country continue to make doing business in...