Indonesia morning news for March 25

Indonesia morning news for March 25

Indonesia slams EU for using old data as basis for regulation The government has further criticized the European Union’s plan to restrict palm oil-based biofuels after the bloc said the constraint was based on data from 2015. — The Jakarta Post (paywall) Russian tourist arrested smuggling Indonesian orangutan out of Bali Indonesian authorities have arrested […]

Cambodia morning news for March 25

Cambodia morning news for March 25

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen Dismisses Concerns of Chinese ‘Control,’ Amid Fear of Growing Debt Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday waved off concerns that China “wants to control” his country, calling the claim a trick by the opposition to turn public opinion against him, even as observers warned that mounting loans and aid […]

Singapore morning news for March 25

Singapore morning news for March 25

Adaptation or innovation for Singapore’s armed forces? Singapore is gradually unveiling its military modernisation plans for the Singapore Armed Forces. The development trajectory will be shaped by both adapting emerging critical technologies to new security requirements and improving institutional agility to exploit these new technologies. — East Asia Forum Singapore skyline turns blue to commemorate […]

Indonesia morning news for March 22

Indonesia morning news for March 22

New era of Indonesia- South Pacific engagement Indonesians and the people in countries of the South Pacific belong to one family. We call the Pacific Ocean our home. — The Jakarta Post Indonesia threatens to ban European goods Indonesia has threatened to ban imports of some goods from the European Union (EU) in retaliation for […]

Cambodia morning news for March 22

Cambodia morning news for March 22

Kingdom may hire Turkish power ship Cambodia is considering negotiating with Turkey to hire a 200MW-capacity power ship to meet electricity demands as the country faces an ongoing electrical shortage, according to the prime minister. — The Phnom Penh Post Warrants Issued for 8 Former Cambodian Opposition Leaders Charged With Treason Warrants have been issued […]

Singapore morning news for March 22

Singapore morning news for March 22

Singtel well positioned to weather competition, looking cheap at current prices: UOB Kay Hian UOB Kay Hian is maintaining its “buy” call on Singtel with a target price of $3.58, while highlighting that the stock, at the price of $3.02, is currently below its mean EV/EBITDA with a 5.8% dividend yield. — The Edge Singapore […]

Thailand morning news for March 22

Thailand morning news for March 22

Army Has Sent Soldiers to Raid Election Candidates’ Homes BANGKOK — Politicians from both sides of the fence said Thursday their homes had been searched by armed soldiers this past week. — Khaosod English Traffic tickets soar on nonchalant drivers The number of traffic tickets issued jumped 39% to 11.7 million in 2018 and a […]

Indonesia morning news for March 21

Indonesia morning news for March 21

Indonesia flood death toll crosses 100, dozens still missing The death toll from flash floods and landslides that tore through Indonesia’s Papua region has topped 100 with dozens more still missing, the disaster agency said on Wednesday. — AL Jazeera Indonesia strengthens its presence in Africa through deeper economic ties Last April, the Indonesian government […]

Cambodia morning news for March 21

Cambodia morning news for March 21

PM Hun Sen: EBA Can’t Make Cambodia Rich (Video inside) Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Wednesday that the Everything But Arms (EBA) trade scheme could not make Cambodia rich, only self-determination can, speaking before tens of thousands of workers in Pursat province, west of Cambodia. — Fresh News PM Holds 66th Gathering with Factory […]

Singapore morning news for March 21

Singapore morning news for March 21

Singapore awaiting supporting documents for Sri Lanka’s extradition request Singapore is waiting for certain documents and information before it can consider Sri Lanka’s request to extradite its former central bank chief Arjuna Mahendran. — Straits Times (annoying popups) Singapore exports recover but too early to cheer: Maybank Singapore’s exports recovered in February following three straight […]

Thailand morning news for March 21

Thailand morning news for March 21

Thailand election: A vote for a hybrid democracy The army had failed to do the job properly during the previous attempt, in 2006, one of the coup leaders told us in 2014. This time we will fix things so we never have to intervene again, he said. — BBC News How Thailand Became the World’s […]

Indonesia morning news for March 20

Indonesia morning news for March 20

Indonesia prepares to take dispute with EU on palm oil to WTO The government is preparing to take its latest dispute with the European Union on crude palm oil (CPO) to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in a bid to settle to issue. — The Jakarta Post Bengkulu exports agricultural commodities to China and Thailand […]

1 5 6 7 8 9 18