Macroeconomics and Risk

Macroeconomics and Risk

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The economic integration of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will likely not be attained by 2015, economists of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said. At...

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Pro- and anti-government groups in Thailand both have said they will hold huge mass rallies in the coming two weeks after the constitutional court...

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Thailand's Constitutional Court on March 21 nullified February 2's election that was disrupted by protesters, further delaying the formation of a new government after...

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Rising inflation in Laos is undermining the country's attraction as a low-cost manufacturing base, a report said on March 20 , although investment figures...

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Thailand is expected to lose as much as 430 billion baht ($13 billion) in revenue in the first half of the year due to...

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Four international consortiums that vied for a $1 billion contract to build the new Hanthawaddy Airport in Myanmar's Bago have been asked to once...

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Economists and analysts in private sector are more cautious for the economy growth of Singapore this year, lowering their forecast for the GDP growth...

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The new leader of Thailand's pro-government "red shirt" movement said on March 17 that his supporters would take to the streets in support of...

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Despite the continued positive outlook by international rating agencies on the Philippine economy in 2014, two important developments, if left unchecked, could change their...

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The Philippines may get a further credit rating upgrade as early as 2014 on the back of the economy’s rosy prospects, Bangko Sentral ng...

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The Thai National Security Council is expected to lift a state of emergency in Bangkok, almost two months after it was imposed to quell...

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Southeast Asia overtook China in inward foreign direct investments (FDI) last year as China's workforce peaked and wages increased, according to the Bank of America...

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Malaysia's exports rose 12.2 per cent to 63.97 billion ringgit ($19.68 billion) in January 2014 while imports rose 7.2 per cent to 57.62 billion...

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Rice traders on the world market have temporarily paused dealing to wait for the Thai government to sell its stockpile cheap to repay a...

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The Malaysian government's subsidy cuts may lead to a higher incidence of poverty among Malays and Bumiputera in Malaysia, with the urban poor expected...

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Data released by the Thai authorities on March 3 showed that the country's economy grew just 0.6 per cent in the final quarter of...

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Even after the Bangkok shutdown has shut down, Thailand's economic outlook remains challenging if a new government cannot be formed by midyear and the...

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Singapore has been named the most expensive city globally by the new Worldwide Cost of Living Survey released by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)...