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The Malaysian government has implemented a measure to control bulk sales of property to try and curb the proliferation of “property clubs” that have...

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

Long-overdue government subsidy payments to farmers under the rice-pledging scheme will begin next week, Thaialnd's caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on February 13,...

Malaysia’s economy beat expectations and picked up speed in the last quarter of 2013, with strong exports expected to shield the Southeast Asian country...

Indonesian officials say their country has made significant progress in cracking down on corruption over the past three years. Officials on February 10 announced...

Hong Kong's property prices are expected to drop, reports China's state newswire Xinhua, saying that prices have been affected by the US Federal Reserve's...

The property market in Switzerland, one of the most expensive globally and heavily sought-after by foreign buyers, is at rising risk of overheating, according...

Sales of high-end luxury cars in Singapore have dropped by up to 90 per cent depending on the brand, after measures to cool the...

Singapore-based online property portal PropertyGuru said in its recently launched PropertyGuru Market Outlook 2014 eBook that price drops of 6-8 per cent in private...

The February 2 election in Thailand has failed to ease political tension and if the five-month political stand-off worsens, it could raise the risk...

A study by US-based anti-graft watchdog Global Financial Integrity (GFI) said a record high of $25.8 billion came into the Philippines illegally in 2011,...

Indonesia posted its third straight monthly trade surplus in December 2013 and its biggest in two years, the country's statistics bureau said on February...

The Lao government plans to tighten measures on items subject to zero duty brought into the country by investors and development firms, the Vientiane...

The caretaker government in Thailand is unable to pay off rice farmers as promised by the end of January because it was unable to...

Investors have begun to shy away from Malaysia as rising inflation and a broad retreat from developing countries hurts one of Asia’s most favoured...

The invoking of the emergency decree in Bangkok and vicinities on January 22 for 60 days could cost the tourism sector about 10 billion...

A new report by the United Nations, the UN World Economic Situation and Prospects 2014 (WESP) report, expects the Philippine GDP growth to slow...

Indonesia on January 21 set an ambitious target of attracting 15 per cent more foreign investment in 2014 than in 2013, a challenging goal...