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Dark data is an invisible carbon footprint

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about some unexpected positive environmental consequences. With economies now at a virtual standstill, carbon...

Credit harder to come by as Philippine banks turn wary on loans

Maybank Kim Eng analysts warned that lenders are turning cautious on the back of expectations of a decline in asset quality.

Asia's oncoming labour pangs to be "unprecedented"

THE oncoming rise in unemployment will dwarf that during the global financial crisis (GFC) said ANZ Research in a report on Friday, adding that it...

Driving adoption of real-time payments in Asean

Long before we learnt about the coronavirus, digital money had already been gaining currency with consumers, small businesses and large...

Nearly 21 million workers face job losses as pandemic shreds Asean-6 economies

SOUTH-EAST Asian markets look set to be rocked by sharp spikes in joblessness, as the deadly Covid-19 pandemic smashes economies.

How can hospitals in ASEAN stay resilient?

Barely four  months into 2020 and the world has gone topsy-turvy with the sudden outbreak of COVID-19. The ASEAN healthcare system has been pushed...

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...

Vietnam says up to half of seafood export contracts cancelled, delayed due to coronavirus

[HANOI] Vietnam’s seafood exporters have seen up to 50% of their export contracts cancelled or delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak, the...

2020 will be the year of making smart cities sustainable

With half of the people in ASEAN already living in urban areas, governments in the region are increasingly looking to establish smart cities to...