Transport and Infrastructure

Transport and Infrastructure

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Thailand's privately owned 'boutique' carrier Bangkok Airways plans to list at the Stock Exchange of Thailand next year, the company's president Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth said. According...

Asia and the Pacific has seen a boom in public private partnerships (PPPs) in the past decade but it needs more effective public sector...

India will provide Myanmar with $500 million worth of credit as one of 12 deals signed on May 28 during the historic visit of...

The tiny Southeast Asian nation of East Timor plans to upgrade its infrastructure with state investments of up to $1 billion in 2012 from oil and gas revenue and attract foreign investors to engage in public-private partnerships.

Airports in the GCC will need to increase their capacity to accommodate the growing number of air passengers who are expected to use the...

Cyberview Sdn Bhd, developer of Cyberjaya, is searching for contractors to build its latest project, a proposed City Centre covering some 140 acres.

Brooke Dockyard and Engineering Works is an expanding marine engineering corporation in Sarawak focusing on oil & gas and ship repair..

The Philippine's food and beverage major San Miguel, which bought a 40 per cent stake and took over management control of the unprofitable national...

The recent political and economic opening of Myanmar will see an upgrading of the formerly isolated country's transport infrastructure. Due to its strategic location,...

In a move to protect its business share in the lucrative discount carrier market, Thai Airways is launching a new discount airline, Thai Smile. The...

Thailand is going ahead with the enhancement of its main airport Suvarnabhumi in Bangkok, stepping up the capacity of the congested travel hub to...

AirAsia, the largest low-cost carrier in Southeast Asia, is currently expanding its network in the growing travel region of Far East. This year will...

AirAsia X, the long-haul carrier within the AirAsia group, is currently remodelling its flight plan due to lower demand in the target markets of...

Asia Pacific Flight Training (APFT), Malaysia’s leading training centers for cadet pilots, is expanding its services to provide its students with a wider range of career opportunities in the aviation industry.

The Miri Port in the northern part of Sarawak has grand ambitions to become one of the leading ports in Malaysia and they are...

Connecting the people of Sarawak is top priority for the state’s Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Communications.

The Sarawak State Planning Unit is responsible for planning socio-economic development programmes that are of benefit to the state. Its flagship long-term plan, SCORE...

The State Planning Unit of Sarawak is the Sarawak State government Central Agency charged with mapping out the state’s future direction in terms of...