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Malaysia’s economic outlook darkens further

Malaysia's central bank on August 21 trimmed the country's GDP growth forecast to 4.5 to 5 per cent from the previous 5 to six...
Roller coaster ride: Singapore to revise Q2 growth figures

The Singapore government is expected to revise downwards its preliminary figures for second quarter GDP growth when it releases final data on August 12.The...
Thailand’s growth ‘not as good as expected’

Mainly home-made problems are  the reason that Thailand's GDP growth could fall below 4 per cent this year, a prediction that the country's Ministry...
World Bank expects slower growth for Vietnam

Vietnam’s economy is expected to grow at a moderate rate of around 5.3 per cent in 2013 and 5.4 per cent in 2014, according...
65% of Thais are fine with corruption

A survey among around 2,100 people all over Thailand conducted from July 1 to 5 by Abac Poll Research Center, a department of the...
World Bank slashes Indonesia growth outlook

The World Bank on July 2 downgraded its GDP growth forecast for Indonesia in 2013 to 5.9 per cent from 6.2 per cent. It...
“Apple market cap touches $600 billion!” Is Brunei being left out?

“Apple market cap touches $600 billion!” news reported by the Wall Street Journal on April 10, 2012 speaks volumes about our national economic standing....
Malaysia’s GDP growth forecast reduced

Malaysia's expected GDP growth for 2013 has been reduced to 5 per cent from 5.4 per cent by Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, or OCBC, one...
Brunei can benefit from Japan’s economic opening, if it happens

The recent visit of Brunei's leader to Japan has been an important step to intensify and promote bilateral economic ties as Japan has entered a new era of consolidating and restructuring its economy.
Brunei wise to set focus on food security

Agriculture is the next sector the Brunei government has set sights on to transform its oil-dependent economy, a forward-thinking measure that future generations will certainly be thankful for.
New investment index sends confusing message

An newly published investment index by US media group and centrist think tank Foreign Policy, listing 102 countries globally for best returns, is based on a - to put it mildly - questionable and misleading methodology.
ASEAN’s GDP forecast to double by 2020

The ASEAN economy will more than double by 2020, with the nominal gross domestic product of the regional bloc increasing from $2 trillion in...
Philippines gets second investment rating

Global rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) has raised its investment rating for the Philippines one level to BBB- from BB+, with a stable...
Tourism masterplan to help boost Brunei’s GDP

Brunei has now embarked on the roll-out of a major tourism masterplan that aims to boost tourism numbers in the Sultanate to a level which would help the industry contribute to a larger extent to the country's GDP..
Philippine BPO sector blasted by critics

The Philippine government's enthusiastic support for the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector is mainly a "hype" coming at the cost of poor pay and...
ASEAN’s economic unity:  A role model for the GCC?

To pay attention to the formation of the ASEAN Economic Community, or AEC, is especially interesting for GCC countries, where ideas of an economic union have been mulled for a number of years as well.
ASEAN+6 trade bloc in the making

Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) together with the group’s six major trading partners - Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand...

Thailand's economy enjoyed record growth in the fourth quarter of 2012 as industry recovered from the impact of the kingdom's worst floods in decades,...