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

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

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Interview conducted by Firoz Abdul Hamid and Jeremiah Capacillo Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria, executive director of the APEC...

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Malaysia will partially reopen its borders to allow medical tourists to enter the country, while permitting its...

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Thailand could open its airports for international flights only in late September, the country’s Khaosod newspaper quoted...

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The Vietnam Formula One Grand Prix could take place later this year - but without any international...

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Austrian cable car specialist Doppelmayr through its joint venture with Swiss ropeway builder Garaventa set another record...

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In Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, offices, restaurants and shops were allowed to reopen on June 8 as coronavirus...

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Thailand’s national airline Thai Airways, which filed for bankruptcy in May, fears that international creditors would impound...

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ordered one of longest and toughest coronavirus lockdowns in the world to be...

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Vietnam will resume issuing e-visas for citizens from 80 countries starting July 1, according to a government...

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Cambodia on May 20 lifted a ban on foreign travelers from the US, Iran, Italy, Germany, Spain...

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Thailand’s national carrier Thai Airways will file for bankruptcy to give the ailing airline time to work...

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Thailand’s national carrier Thai Airways, debt-laden with more than $9 billion from years of mismanagement paired with...

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Cambodia shows confidence in a revival of international tourism after the coronavirus pandemic subsides and sticks to...

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The Indonesian government, more precisely the country’s National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN), is expecting a...