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Malaysia more than doubled its national poverty line income from 980 ringgit ($230) to 2,208 ringgit ($518)...

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Ho Chi Minh City skyline at dusk In stark contrast to Thailand, Vietnam has been named to be...

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The share price of AirAsia Group dropped almost 18 per cent on July 8 after the budget...

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Thailand' main international Suvarnabhumi Airport feels the heat of the lockdown Thailand’s GDP will shrink by 8.1 per...

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Interview conducted by Firoz Abdul Hamid and Jeremiah Capacillo Read part one and part two of this interview.

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AirAsia Group on July 6 reported a first-quarter loss of $187.91 million, down from a net profit...

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Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is reportedly considering a snap election possibly by March 2021, Sin Chew...

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Vietnam's government will sell its remaining 36-per cent stake in the country's largest brewer Sabeco by the...

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Aung San Suu Kyi during her visit to the Czech Republic in early June November 8 will be...

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Interview conducted by Firoz Abdul Hamid and Jeremiah Capacillo Read part one of this interview.

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Crisis? What crisis? As the Covid-19 pandemic still bites in many parts of the globe, Vietnam made...

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Days for Malaysia’s popular expat retirement programme “Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H)” could be numbered due to...

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Containership leaving Saigon Port Vietnam reported a surprise trade surplus of $4 billion for the first half of...

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Interview conducted by Firoz Abdul Hamid and Jeremiah Capacillo Daim Zainuddin is a man apart. The Malaysian politician has...

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Despite a disruption of the disruptive innovation industry by the coronavirus pandemic , new business ideas and...

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By Jeremiah Capacillo After much debate and derailment, bullet trains are finally arriving in...

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As the coronavirus pandemic bites and export numbers drop, garment manufacturing companies in Cambodia have asked the...

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Myanmar could expect its economy to contract by as much as 2.5 per cent in the country’s...