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Myanmar New Capital City Naypyidaw

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After more than 15 years of harsh sanctions against Myanmar, US companies now get the opportunity to refresh economic relations with the former pariah...
Rainforest

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Resource-dependent economies and corporations of Southeast Asia have the opportunity to boost both the environment and their bottom lines after Brazil’s Rio +20 Earth Summit.

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Shares jumped throughout Asia on June 29 on the outcome of nightly talks between EU leaders, easing concerns over prolonged instability of the euro...
G20

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Facing the debt crisis in Europe that threatens to affect markets worldwide, G20 world leaders who concluded their annual meeting in Los Cabos, Mexico,...
Container Vessel

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Export is no longer the growth engine for certain ASEAN nations, the UK-based Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) said in its recent...

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The royal family of Qatar has bought an uninhabited Greek island for around €5 million, Greek media reported on April 28. Emir Sheikh Hamad bin...
Brunei

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Southeast Asian and European foreign ministers were meeting in Brunei on April 27 and 28 to open a "new chapter" in their relations, with...
Myanmar

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The European Union has agreed  to suspend most economic sanctions against Myanmar with effect from Monday, April 23, for the period of one year. EU...
EU ASEAN1

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The European Union is committed to its business relations to ASEAN countries even after the economic crisis in Europe has weakened trade, officials said at the ASEAN–EU Business Summit in Phnom Penh.

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Malaysia benefitted from the EU’s collective Development Aid Fund, and received RM43 million to educate people and promote legal methods of forest management and...

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Egypt has announced that it will receive a $3 billion emergency loan from the International Monetary Fund to cover a projected budget deficit.  After...

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Singapore’s non-oil domestic exports took an unexpected drop in April of this year, the first decrease of 2011.  Analysts blame a reduced demand for...