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Household debt at 80% of Thailand’s GDP

Household debt in Thailand rose to 80.1 per cent of the country's GDP in the third quarter of 2013, boosted mainly by the government's...
Indonesia’s jobless rate seen at 6% in 2014

The unemployment rate in Indonesia is forecast to ease to 6.03 per cent in 2014 from 6.25 per cent in August 2013. The Indonesian...
Laos inflation edges higher – 8% in reach

The inflation rate in Laos reached 6.87 per cent in September, up from 6.83 per cent in August, according to a report issued by...
Laos told to manage its debts

Debt-ridden Laos has been told by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to tighten its policies to avoid a "major economic crisis". An IMF mission...
Japan grants Myanmar $5b development loan

Japan has provided Myanmar with a low-interest development loan of $5 billion as part of a 40-year development plan to assist the country’s growth,...
Is capitalism the answer to Brunei’s economic woes?

With Brunei posting a dismal GDP growth of 1.5 per cent in 2012, it is often easy to point fingers at the government authorities...
Indonesia’s rupiah slumps to new low

Indonesia's currency, the rupiah, fell to a new low on September 24 and traded at 11,580 against the US dollar, cementing the rupiah's role...
Tweetchat: Is Malaysia’s downgrade exaggerated?

Inside Investor's Tweetchat held on August 2 discussed Malaysia's current bearish economic perspectives and touched upon the question if Fitch's credit rating downgrade was...
Ethics in Business  –  With whom does the heartbeat of a nation lie?  – Part 1

Views of the Chief Secretary to Malaysia's government. Part 1
Soaring Singapore property sends bank outlook to “negative”

On July 15, Moody’s Investors Service cut the outlook for Singapore’s banking sector from “stable” to “negative” in a rare move not seen since...
Vietnam cuts taxes for investors

Vietnam has introduced a draft law on corporate income tax prepared by the Ministry of Finance which cuts taxes for investors in new projects...
Despite strong growth, Philippine jobs are scarce

Even though the Philippines is recording record economic growth and has drawn attention from international investors due to investment grade upgrades, the unemployment rate in the nation remains the highest in ASEAN.

The Philippines has been ranked fourth in the global microfinance industry in a poll conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) that included 55...
Cristino Panlilio

The Philippine economy is predicted to grow between 6 and 7 per cent annually over the next decade. Inside Investor wanted to know more from the country's top trade and investment official Cristino Panlilio.
Swilry Stocks

Asia will be the most important emerging-market region for the GCC in the coming years, according to a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit...

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s plans to liberalise its banking system will boost interest from Middle Eastern financial institutions looking to invest in overseas markets, according...

South East Asia will experience robust growth in the coming five years, with Indonesia in the lead, fuelled by its increasing reliance on domestic...

Malaysia is on the threshold of a very exiting period for investors, according to the Deputy Chairman and CEO of HSBC Malaysia Berhad, the...