Macroeconomics and Risk

Macroeconomics and Risk

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Tens of thousands of farmers, traveling on more than 1,000 farm tractors in a long convoy from the upper northern and central provinces, on...

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Brunei's crude oil exports fell 34 per cent in November 2013 year-on-year, according to latest statistics from the Department of Economic Planning and Development...

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Rating agency Moody's in a new report on Vietnam said that the country's non-performing loan (NLP) ratio is much higher than the official figure...

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Singapore's economy expanded by 4.1 per cent in 2013, an improvement on the 1.9 per cent the previous year, the government said on February...

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The Malaysian Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) in their quarterly member survey said that dark clouds...

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Five people including a policeman were killed on February 18 in skirmishes between anti-government protesters and anti-riot police at the Phan Fah Lilat Bridge...

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New private home sales in Singapore dropped 72.1 per cent in January 2014, as developers held back launches and lending restrictions depressed demand, according...

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On Monday, February 17 - one day after the announcement that the state-owned Government Savings Bank (GSB) will assist the Thai government to pay...

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After a period of party-like harmless street blockades, anti-government protesters in Bangkok have taken action again, and this time they are supported by thousands...

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The real estate sector would be the driving factor for the GCC markets in 2014 underpinned by banking and financial services, Kuwait Financial Center...

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Australia and Indonesia were now in “open conflict” and repairing the “worsening” relationship was imperative, Australia's deputy opposition leader Tanya Plibersek said on February...

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Japanese investment in Laos hit $405.7 million in 2013, up 15 per cent year-on-year, partly driven by manufacturing relocation after the 2011 floods in...

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Myanmar announced February 12 that for the first time it will use international measurement standards to issue gold bars. Myanmar officials say the change...

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Malaysia has been ranked one of the cheapest places in the world to purchase a Big Mac, according to The Economist's new Big Mac...

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A leaked list of alleged supporters of the Thai anti-government movement and the Bangkok shutdown has caused a stir in Thailand. Thai-language newspaper Post...

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An Iranian oil firm and an Indonesian company are looking to build a refinery in the southeast Asian nation worth at least $3 billion....

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Since Malaysia's longest serving chief minister, Sarawak's Taib Mahmud, has announced his retirement by this month, speculations are rife who will replace him as...

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A fire which broke out at a rice warehouse in Chai Badan district of Lop Buri province in the morning of February 11 was...