Indonesia morning news for April 4

Indonesia morning news for April 4

Shallow quake injures one, damages dozens of houses, buildings in western Indonesia A shallow earthquake of 5.0 magnitude struck Indonesia’s East Java province on Tuesday, injuring one person and destroying dozens of houses and buildings, disaster agency officials said on Wednesday. — Xinhua Indonesia ends anti-dumping duties on Philippine bananas This Tuesday, Indonesia’s Trade Minister […]

Cambodia morning news for April 4

Cambodia morning news for April 4

Cambodia’s 2019 GDP grows by 7 percent: ADB Cambodia’s economic growth is projected to stay robust with 7 percent in 2019 due to strong economic performance last year, according to Asian Development Bank. — Khmer Times Cambodia’s PM Hun Sen Orders Critics’ Electricity Shut Off Amid Furor Over Power Shortages Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen […]

Singapore morning news for April 4

Singapore morning news for April 4

Singapore’s manufacturing PMI eases to 50.8 in March The Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM) announced on Wednesday that the country’s purchasing managers’ index (PMI), an early indicator of manufacturing activity, grew from 50.4 in February to 50.8 in March, the Business Times reported. — Xinhua Singapore’s decision to deny entry to all […]

Indonesia morning news for April 3

Indonesia morning news for April 3

Indonesia must invest billions in infocomm tech: Report INDONESIA needs a national digital transformation plan, consulting firm A.T. Kearney has said, calling for more investment in technology and infrastructure. — Business Times Indonesia Advances in Military Stealth Technology Presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto may like to lament the fact that Indonesia trails its peers in firepower, […]

Cambodia morning news for April 3

Cambodia morning news for April 3

Hun Sen scoffs at power shortage conspiracy theory Prime Minister Hun Sen today denied baseless accusations that the government is purposely cutting off power to people in order to form an excuse to move forward with the controversial Stung Cheay Areng hydropower dam. — Khmer Times Cambodia Reveals Economic Reform Strategy To Counter EU Threat […]

Singapore morning news for April 3

Singapore morning news for April 3

Singapore authorities to continue investigation of key Midas personnel amid winding-up woes Singapore’s authorities say they will continue their investigation into Midas Holdings’ former directors and officers in the event that the insolvent company winds up. — The Edge Singapore All you need to know about Singapore’s proposed fake news law After two years spent […]

Indonesia morning news for April 2

Indonesia morning news for April 2

Indonesia March inflation slows to below central bank target Indonesia’s annual inflation rate slowed a touch more than expected in March to slip below the central bank’s target range for the first time in three years, official data showed on Monday. — The Business Times Indonesia, Malaysia Thailand agree to cut rubber exports Indonesia, along […]

Cambodia morning news for April 2

Cambodia morning news for April 2

Cambodia agrees lease for Turkish power ship Cambodia succeeded in negotiations to lease a 200MW Turkish power ship to meet electricity demands in Phnom Penh, amid a nearly 400MW electricity shortage nationwide, Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Friday. — The Phnom Penh Post PM announces major reforms Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday announced […]

Singapore morning news for April 2

Singapore morning news for April 2

Singapore prepares sweeping law to fight ‘online falsehoods’ Singapore is close to passing a law that could force websites to run government “correction notices” alongside content it deems false, and the new rules are likely to affect how big social media companies like Facebook and Twitter operate in the country. — CNBC Government cannot use […]

Indonesia morning news for April 1

Indonesia morning news for April 1

Indonesia’s digital economy sees rapid growth Indonesia is one of the region’s best success stories. Despite having faced economic turmoil during the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 under the authoritarian Suharto regime, Indonesia is today one of the fastest growing economies in the world. — The Asean Post Indonesia May Be Next Asian Country to […]

Cambodia morning news for April 1

Cambodia morning news for April 1

PM Hun Sen Orders Commerce Minister to Consider Complaints to WTO on EU’s Tax on Rice Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered commerce minister Pan Sorasak to consider on filing complaint to World Trade Organization regarding EU’s tax imposition on Cambodian rice, speaking at the 18th Royal Government-Private Sector Forum held Friday at the Peace […]

Singapore morning news for April 1

Singapore morning news for April 1

Beyond the core: Singapore’s office decentralisation WHEN property developer Ho Bee Land bought a commercial site at North Buona Vista Drive for S$410.99 million in 2010, observers said then that the resulting office product would be untested for the area. — The Business Times EU-Singapore trade deal awakens sovereign restructuring fears Trade and investment treaties […]

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