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Swiss authorities said on September 2 they had frozen funds held in Swiss bank accounts amid a probe into people linked to Malaysia's troubled...

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Economists are less upbeat about the growth outlook for the Singapore economy this year and have moderated their growth expectations for several sectors, according...

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The Malaysian government on September 1 has given the go-ahead for a rebranded national airline after a series of disasters and public relations incidents....

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More than 20,000 members of politically influential Philippine Christian sect Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) on August 31 ended five days of street protests that...

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Malaysian protesters on August 30 continued  with the second day of a huge anti-government rally in the capital Kuala Lumpur, chanting slogans and defiantly...

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Investvine sat down with Cris Frianeza, Secretary General of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries, to discuss the latest economic developments in the...

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Ranked as the city with the worst traffic by Castrol’s Stop-Start Index, Jakarta's congestion is a huge pain. For decades, the Indonesian government has...

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Philippine economic growth missed analysts’ estimates last quarter even as state spending increased, with a government official saying the expansion target for this year...

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Volatile stock markets in Asia on August 25 showed signs of a respite from the recent blood-letting, as bargain hunters helped most stocks off three-year...

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Although the Malaysian government is trying its best to return to a normal agenda after the scandal surrounding state-owned fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad has...