Indonesia morning news for March 15

Indonesia morning news for March 15

Indonesian polls under attack by foreign hackers: Official Chinese and Russian hackers are attacking Indonesia’s voter database in a bid to disrupt the country’s upcoming presidential election, according to a senior election commission official. — Straits Times (annoying popups) Indonesia aims to be top ‘halal’ destination As the most populous Muslim-majority nation, the country is […]

Singapore morning news for March 15

Singapore morning news for March 15

Singapore and Malaysia agree to revert to original port limits Governments of Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to revert to their original port limits after both governments agreed to suspend the previous extensions of their port limits within a month from Thursday (March 14). — The Online Citizen Singapore may impose new legislation to counter […]

Thailand morning news for March 15

Thailand morning news for March 15

WARNING: Dengue cases four times worse than last year A nationwide alert has gone up about a big rise in Dengue cases across the country. — The Thaiger Nine northern provinces face health threat from PM.25 The haze problem, caused by forest fires, in nine northern provinces of Thailand is now posing a serious threat […]

Cambodia morning news for March 14

Cambodia morning news for March 14

EU ambassador bids farewell amid EBA review Outgoing European Union Ambassador George Edgar yesterday said farewell to Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn and despite the potential withdrawal of the Kingdom’s Everything-but-arms preferential trade status, he said the EU is still committed to working with the government. — Khmer Times Focus on Jobs and Income, Not […]

Indonesia morning news for March 14

Indonesia morning news for March 14

Indonesia’s February trade deficit seen as smallest in five months – Reuters poll Indonesia’s trade deficit is seen narrowing in February as exports continued to decline amid falling global demand and soft commodity prices, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday. — Today Online Rp1 trillion spent on fighting land fires in 2018 The government spent […]

Singapore morning news for March 14

Singapore morning news for March 14

Singapore 2019 growth trimmed to 2.5% by forecasters; easing of US-China tensions seen as upside risk: MAS survey The Singapore economy is expected to expand by 1.9% y-o-y in 1Q19, according to the March survey of professional forecasters by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). — The Edge Singapore Singapore, US regulators agree on mutual […]

Thailand morning news for March 14

Thailand morning news for March 14

Thailand bans Boeing 737 MAX flights for 7 days The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand said on Wednesday it is suspending the use of the Boeing Co’s 737 MAX 9 due to safety concerns. — Bangkok Post Phuket: Double-digit growth dwindles Despite registering a record high 9 million passenger arrivals at Phuket’s gateway international airport […]

Cambodia morning news for March 13

Cambodia morning news for March 13

Citizens urged to not worry about Chinese investment Government spokesman Phay Siphan yesterday called on the public to not worry about losing territorial sovereignty due to an influx of Chinese investment in the Kingdom. — Khmer Times Phay Siphan: Preah Sihanouk will become a second Singapore Government spokesman Phay Siphan said on Monday that Preah […]

Indonesia morning news for March 13

Indonesia morning news for March 13

Indonesia Says Election Under Attack From Chinese, Russian Hackers Chinese and Russian hackers are attacking Indonesia’s voter data base in a bid to disrupt the country’s upcoming presidential election, according to a senior election commission official. — Bloomberg Indonesia revises up 2018 Sumatra coffee bean monthly export data Indonesia’s Lampung trade office has revised up […]

Singapore morning news for March 13

Singapore morning news for March 13

Singapore grounds Boeing 737 MAX aircraft after 2 deadly crashes Singapore’s aviation regulator has ordered the temporary suspension of all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft into and out of the country, it said on Tuesday (Mar 12). — Channel NewsAsia (very annoying popups) MINDEF refutes claims that acquisition of F-35 fighter jets by RSAF is to […]

Thailand morning news for March 13

Thailand morning news for March 13

EU commits Bt80m to Unicef for protection of migrant and stateless children in Thailand The European Union has committed more than Bt80 million to Unicef over the next three years to support efforts to strengthen policies and practice for the protection of migrant and stateless children in Thailand, Unicef said on Tuesday. — The Nation […]

Cambodia morning news for March 12

Cambodia morning news for March 12

Government to label attractions ‘Supreme Tourism Sites’ The government is pushing for the development and investment into special tourism sites as it will contribute to the Kingdom’s economic development, a Sub-decree designating “Supreme Tourism Sites” said. — The Phnom Penh Post CLV negotiations make headway Following a meeting of high-ranking officials last weekend in Kratie […]

1 7 8 9 10 11 18