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The military government in Myanmar on September 30 said it was taking “full responsibility” for the country’s massive economic problems but at the same...
Philippines to consider more rice imports, ending subsidy

Philippine officials will meet next week to consider more rice imports and ending a subsidy for farmers to cut debt at the National Food...
Philippines seen to grow fastest among ASEAN-5

The Philippine economy will likely grow the fastest among the ASEAN-5 nations in 2014 and 2015, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in a...
Malaysia: Bumiputera, poor hit most by subsidy cut

The Malaysian government's subsidy cuts may lead to a higher incidence of poverty among Malays and Bumiputera in Malaysia, with the urban poor expected...
Laos fears rising prices through AEC

The Lao government is taking steps to reduce the anticipated negative impact on domestic goods prices ahead of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) integration...
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...
Indonesia to buy 1m hectares of Australian farmland

The Indonesian government has approved a plan to buy one million hectares of Australian farmland, a plot four times the size of the Australian...
Food security a concern: ASEAN can help

The future outlook for affordable food supply in the world is bleak: A new norm of costlier food is setting in globally. Food imports for the more arid countries in the world , notably those in the GCC region, will become more challenging.

The World Bank in its latest "Food Price Watch" report released on November 29 said that a "new norm" of costlier food was setting...

Indonesia has set its growth forecast for the third quarter 2012 at 6.3 per cent, according to the latest economic development report by the...

According to the latest data released by the World Bank, more people than ever have dipped below the international poverty line, due in large...