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Asia's About to Spawn a New Tiger Economy: Good Morning, Vietnam

(Bloomberg) -- Perched along one of the world's most crucial shipping routes, and with a young and growing population, Vietnam is -- once again -- being tipped for economic lift-off, after years of disappointment. Money pouring into the Southeast ... La Repubblica, 1 week ago
New Zealand Herald

On track to Laos in the lap of luxury

In a style that acknowledges the extravagant comforts of early 20th-century travel, Sarah Marshall sips prosecco on a train trip from Bangkok to Vientiane. The Eastern & Orient Express's route goes through steamy jungle, but its passengers remain ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago

Thai-Laotian deal to spur trade [Bangkok Post, Thailand]

Feb. 06--Thailand and Laos yesterday agreed to underscore their partnership by boosting and developing border trade, which is expected to reach US$8.16 billion over the next three years. According to Commerce Minister Chatchai Sarikulya, Thailand ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago

Prajin seeks Lao deal on dual tracks

Transport Minister Prajin Juntong is to push the development of dual-track rail routes linking Bangkok, Vientiane and Kunming in talks with his Lao counterpart early next month. ACM Prajin said on Saturday he will lead a delegation to discuss the ...
 Bangkok Post2 months ago

Routes Asia heads for Kunming

Browse > Home / Aviation , News / Routes Asia heads for Kunming February 25, 2015 by e-NewsWire Filed under Aviation , News Leave a Comment KUNMING, 25 February 2015: Routes Asia, a major aviation related exhibition and conference ...
 TTRweekly.com1 month ago

ADB loan for Lao tourism

Browse > Home / Laos PDR , News / ADB loan for Lao tourism February 19, 2015 by e-NewsWire Filed under Laos PDR , News Leave a Comment VIENTIANE, 19 February 2015: Asian Development Bank and Lao PDR have launched a tourism ...
 TTRweekly.com1 month ago ADB, Lao PDR Launch New Tourism Infrastructure Project  Asian Development Bank1 month ago February 2015  TTRweekly.com1 month ago

Maersk Line introduces first Myanmar-China route

:33 Maersk Line, the global container shipping company, launched its shipping service between Yangon, Shanghai and Ningbo on January 25 as the very first service between Myanmar and China. The new route IA5 Intra Asia 5 will serve once a ...
 Eleven Myanmar1 month ago
Eurasia Review

International Drug Control Policy: Background And US Responses Analysis

By Liana W. Rosen* Illegal drugs refer to narcotic, psychotropic, and related substances whose production, sale, and use are restricted by domestic law and international drug control agreements.1 Common illegal drugs trafficked internationally ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago

Winning the war, losing the battlefields

War heritages carry great tourism potential, but Vietnam's patchy record inspires no confidence it can be tapped effectively, experts say A foreign child visitor with a Vietnamese flag at the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City. A new proposal ...
 Thanhnien1 week ago

A fruitful new opening

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena will begin his first visit to China on 25th March, 2015 a short period after assuming duties as President. It has been the normal practice for former Presidents of Sri Lanka to commence their official visits ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago
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