The 10 Asean countries could have a combined economic might of up to $150 trillion within two decades, and governments and businesses need to do everything possible to harness the benefits from this growth, experts say. The Q Sentral office ... Bangkok Post, 1 week ago
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S OUTH-EAST Asiaplans to spend an estimated US$7 trillion (S$9.2 trillion) over the next 15 years upgrading infrastructure. There's a real risk that themoney may go to waste. No one doubts the region needs a serious facelift. From Bangkok's ...MyPaper.sg, 2 weeks ago Asia may invest US$7t and still lag China — William Pesek Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago WhenEven$7 Trillion Isn't Enough Bloomberg View, 2 weeks ago Asia may invest $8 trillion and still lag China Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
There's a real risk the money may go to waste. No one doubts the region needs a serious facelift. From Bangkok's crushing traffic to Manila's crumbling airports to Jakarta's floods to Yangon's power outages, Southeast Asia confronts staggering, and ...Business World, 2 weeks ago
The Jakarta Post Publication Date : 27-11-2014 President Joko Jokowi Widodo's appointment of Franky Sibarani, a businessman, as the new chief of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), only reiterates the President's overriding concern ...Asia News Network, 3 weeks ago Editorial: Guard at the investment gate Jakarta Post, 3 weeks ago Editorial: Guard at the investment gate Jakarta Post, 3 weeks ago
WE Online, Jakarta- Tahun 2015 diprediksi akan menjadi tahun menentukan sekaligus menjadi tahun penting bagi perekonomian Indonesia. Menteri Keuangan Bambang Brodjonegoro mengatakan perekonomian Indonesia pada tahun 2015 masih sangat dipengaruhi ...Warta Ekonomi, 3 weeks ago
The Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI), with support from Coca-Cola Indonesia, is looking to build 40 new badminton courts across the country in a bid to reinvigorate youth interest in the sport. Thanks to Coca-Cola and those involved in the ...Jakarta Post, 1 month ago Putting it briefly: Swing your racket, PBSI promotes Jakarta Post, 1 month ago Putting it briefly: Swing your racket, PBSI promotes Jakarta Post, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Players must be more professional and organisers must increase the prize money. That could, in a way, help prevent match fixing and betting, says Badminton Asia Confederation (BAC) president Tan Sri Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh. He ...TheStar.com.my, 2 months ago
Substantive talk matters: The former director general for international trade cooperation, Iman Pambagyo (left), talks with former trade minister Gita Wirjawan (right) during a meeting of agriculture producers in Nusa Dua, Bali, on the sidelines of ...Jakarta Post, 2 months ago
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