Energy & Resources

Energy & Resources

Economic growth in Myanmar has been hampered by a more difficult economic environment in the country's fiscal year 2015-2016 (April 1 to March 31),...

It's 41 years and three weeks after the fall of Saigon that ended the United States' barbaric war in Vietnam, one of the biggest...

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Brunei's economy to contract by a whopping two per cent this year,  a figure much lower than its...

While April in Thailand is typically hot and sweaty, this year, it is super-hot. The mercury in some of the worst affected northern provinces...

The Indonesian government expressed concerns about increasing Islamist-related piracy on a shipping route along its sea border with the Philippines across the Sulu and...

China has set up plans to construct "maritime nuclear power platforms" that could be used to support its projects in the disputed South China...

Despite its abundance of energy sources from hydropower in the country, Laos is apparently planning to build nuclear power plants in a cooperation with...

Scheduled passenger train services between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville will resume on April 9 after having been suspended for 14 years, according to a...

South Korea followed the US and Australia in issuing a travel warning against trips to Laos' central province of Xaisomboun, as well as traveling...

Aung San Suu Kyi, whose National League for Democracy party won historic elections in Myanmar, will become the country's foreign minister, BBC and Reuters...

The US issued an official warning on February 12 urging Americans to avoid the central Laos province of Xaisomboun which is popular with adventure...

Switzerland’s top prosecutor after months of investigation on January 29 said there are "serious indications" that $4 billion may have been misappropriated from state-owned companies...

Forest fires in Indonesia last year cost the country at least $16 billion in economic losses, equivalent to 1.9 per cent of its GDP,...

Malaysia's state-owned oil giant Petronas says it will have to slash as much as $11.4 billion in capital and operating expenses over the next...

Philippine President Benigno Aquino III held an emergency meeting with cabinet members and officials of the country’s Department of Foreign Affairs on January 6...

Myanmar in its quest to increase power production could adapt renewable energies such as wind energy and at the same time enticing investors in...

Cambodia, with the help of Russia, will build its first nuclear power station in a bid to overcome its massive reliance on electricity from...

Malaysia's battered currency, the ringgit, rose the most among emerging-market currencies on November 24, while stocks and bonds gained after scandal-hit and debt-ridden state...