Indonesia morning news for April 10

Indonesia morning news for April 10

More Indonesians join cases against Boeing after CEO apology More families of victims of the Lion Air crash in Indonesia are suing Boeing Co. after its chief executive apologized and said a software update for the MAX 8 jet would prevent further disasters. — Pattaya Mail Police uncover networks that trafficked 1,200 domestic workers to […]

Cambodia morning news for April 10

Cambodia morning news for April 10

Cambodia discusses sea transport with neighbours Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam on Friday discussed an agreement on maritime transportation that seeks to reduce the cost of shipping by sea and link coastal tourism destinations in the three countries. — Khmer Times Cambodia’s Government Defends Decision to Hire US Lawmaker to Lobby Congress Cambodia’s government on Tuesday […]

Singapore morning news for April 10

Singapore morning news for April 10

Singapore unveils innovation lab for self-sailing ships SELF-SAILING ships are set to join drones and self-driving cars in Singapore’s future transport landscape. — The Business Times Bill on online falsehoods a significant step to tackle serious issue: PM Lee Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has described the proposed law to fight online falsehoods as a […]

Indonesia morning news for April 9

Indonesia morning news for April 9

Indonesia to implement QR Code standards by second half of the year Indonesia’s central bank, Bank Indonesia (BI), is currently conducting a trial for QR Code standardization named QRIS (Indonesian Standard QR Code). — Kr Asia Rupiah Slumps despite Forex Reserve Increase The rupiah exchange rate closed down on Monday, April 8. The increasing amount […]

Cambodia morning news for April 9

Cambodia morning news for April 9

Industry Associations Issue Stark Warning to Cambodia Over Trade Schemes Eight buyers associations have expressed concern over the possible expulsion of Cambodia from international preferential trading schemes over the country’s rights record. — VOA Cambodia Cambodia to Face Hardship if it Loses EU Trade Preferences, Interior Minister Says Cambodia will face severe economic hardship if […]

Singapore morning news for April 9

Singapore morning news for April 9

Singapore and Cambodia to strengthen ties in Fintech Innovation The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to strengthen cooperation in FinTech innovation between both countries in Chiang Rai, Thailand, yesterday – 4 April 2019. — Open GovAsia PM Lee to meet Malaysian PM […]

Indonesia morning news for April 8

Indonesia morning news for April 8

Indonesia’s desperate housewives chase selfies on election trail Tears stream down Lilis Hastirini’s mascara-smudged face after she waited hours to snap a selfie with Indonesia’s president, only to be thwarted by a crush of other female fans with the same idea. — The Jakarta Post Fisheries Ministry seizes another Malaysian-flagged fishing boats Indonesian maritime affairs […]

Cambodia morning news for April 8

Cambodia morning news for April 8

Cambodia to Build One Hydropower and Two Solar Farms, 200MW Cambodia decided to build one more hydropower and two more solar farms that will produce 200MW energy in total, according to the government’s decision made at the cabinet meeting on Friday at the Peace Palace. — Fresh News $110 million contributed toward demining The government […]

Singapore morning news for April 8

Singapore morning news for April 8

Fake news laws: Proposed appeal process ‘the most cost-effective way’, says law ministry The process by which individuals can appeal against government directions against falsehoods, under proposed new laws against fake news, is “the most cost-effective way”, the Ministry of Law (MinLaw) said on Saturday (April 6). — Today Online Singapore is betting on its […]

Indonesia morning news for April 5

Indonesia morning news for April 5

Indonesia sets target to export 450,000 cars in 2019 Trade Minister Airlangga Hartarto has said his ministry set a target to increase car exports to 450,000 this year. In the previous year, the country saw 346,000 car exports with total profits at US$4.78 billion. — The Jakarta Post Indonesia: Man Stands Trial for Allegedly Spreading […]

Cambodia morning news for April 5

Cambodia morning news for April 5

Cambodian Prime Minister Threatens to Cut Citizens Electricity if They Complain About Outages Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday threatened Cambodians who complain about regular power outages, that he would order the state provider to turn off their supply if they continued to voice their grievances. — VOA Khmer Kingdom’s economy set to slow despite […]

Singapore morning news for April 5

Singapore morning news for April 5

Singapore among world’s top digital economies but ranks worst at meeting psychological needs: Survey Despite widespread utility of digital services across the globe, a range of basic, self-fulfillment and psychological needs are still failing to be met, suggests a recent survey by Dentsu Aegis Network in partnership with Oxford Economics. — The Edge Markets Singapore: […]